A serving police officer is arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife at their Northampton home within police HQ grounds.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting the Stephen Lawrence Centre in south London.
Thieves smash through a brick wall at a Cheshire primary school and steal tablet computers from a classroom.
The public will be able to view King Richard III's sealed tomb for the first time later when Leicester Cathedral is reopened.
Derbyshire Police plans to cut the number of officers on the beat in favour of more police tackling online crime, the chief constable says.
Boris Johnson turns down a £220 million project to expand London City Airport.
Three new investigations into alleged corruption by the Metropolitan Police over claims of child abuse are to be managed by the police watchdog.
The Queen unveils statues of herself and the Duke of Edinburgh at Canterbury Cathedral to mark her Diamond Jubilee.
A study suggests too many children in England are starting school unable to communicate well enough or control their behaviour.
Italy's top court is to rule whether to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murder of UK student Meredith Kercher.
An ice cream company is fined £7,500 after a staff member's finger was cut off while cleaning a machine.
A national body to investigate medical accidents in England should be established immediately, MPs say.
A Royal Navy football team thrashes their counterparts from visiting aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Organisers of the Grand National launches a crackdown on photographers taking unflattering pictures of Ladies' Day racegoers at this year's event.
Captain Wayne Rooney warns against putting too much pressure on striker Harry Kane ahead of what could be his England debut.
Mercedes' world champion Lewis Hamilton sets fastest time in second practice despite a series of technical problems.
Salford Red Devils move fourth in Super League with a dominant 36-8 victory over Widnes Vikings at the AJ Bell Stadium.
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.
A teenage boy who rode a quad bike the wrong way into oncoming traffic in Liverpool is "lucky to be alive", police say.
Firefighters spend more than six hours dealing with a large gorse fire which was burning out of control on Dartmoor.
With an IQ of 145, a three-year-old boy from Bristol is just a few points away from being eligible for Mensa.
A fire hydrant showered shoppers with water when it burst, creating a 50ft "geyser" in a city centre.
Looking back at Jack Straw's political career after 36 years as MP for Blackburn and spells as home and foreign secretary.
Thousands of people have been queuing for hours to see the coffin of King Richard III before a reburial service on Thursday.
WW1 sinking of Lusitania remembered
Should Richard III's skeleton stay on display?
Coventry's rich motoring heritage remembered
The moral dilemma of selling a Hitler figurine
The police watchdog says it is investigating complaints against 42 South Yorkshire Police officers over the handling of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.
All courses on offer at a college exposed selling fraudulent security qualifications for cash have now been cancelled, the BBC has learned.