England's population has risen by more than half a million since 2011 because of immigration, a major analysis by Oxford University estimates.
Drivers will get 10 minutes' grace before being fined if they stay too long in council-owned car parks in England, the government announces.
Religious and political leaders in Greater Manchester urge people to "turn their backs" on English Defence League protesters in the city this weekend.
Plans to test drones at Newquay Airport in Cornwall are being opposed by the government, according to a leaked briefing note.
The cost of translating at NHS hospitals in Nottingham has nearly tripled in four years, BBC Inside Out learns.
A radio station had a reputation for disgusting on air behaviour, an employment tribunal has found.
Serious offences including violent and sexual crimes and persistent offenders are too often given a "just a slap on the wrist" with a caution, MPs say.
Half of the money needed to buy a second air ambulance for London is pledged by the capital's Freemasons.
A police force is piloting a project offering support to armed forces veterans who become involved in crime.
A criminal probe into the role of the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester in a child sex offence investigation is dropped.
A Dow Jones manager "forced" to dress up as Father Christmas and branded an "old buffer" is suing the financial news and publishing giant.
Trevor Baylis, inventor of the wind-up radio, is to be appointed CBE for services to intellectual property in a ceremony at Windsor Castle later.
Plants are being used by Cambridge researchers to power what is being dubbed "the greenest bus shelter" with global possibilities.
Leeds Rhinos go top of the Super League table as a stunning second-half display and 43 unanswered points see off Hull FC.
Leeds United president Massimo Cellino has his disqualification from the club extended to the end of the season.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson hopes a fearless attitude will help her win gold at the European Indoor Championships.
The Committee hosts a "Voice of the Future 2015" event
BBC Inside Out takes a journey across England to report on the current state of immigration with exclusive access to the latest figures on migration.
BBC Inside Out looks at the growing costs of translation and interpreting in NHS hospitals following the increase in migration to Britain.
Police have released CCTV footage of a ram raid car theft in Surrey
A property remains structurally unsafe and two people are injured after a suspected gas explosion caused a house to collapse in Norfolk.
A new trial on the London Underground is designed to help blind and partially-sighted people get around independently using wireless technology.
Birmingham pub bombing campaigners have met with the Home Secretary Theresa May to call for a new inquest into the deaths.
Thirty years on from the miners' strike, the BBC's Richard Wells revisits the site of Cortonwood Colliery.
How Ladybird Books have failed the test of time
What's life like living in a mobile 'not spot'?
The lengths people will go to for their pets
"Sheddies" on the enduring appeal of their extravagant outhouses
Top dogs on the catwalk at Crufts 2015
The leader of the Beer, Baccy and Crumpet political party leader brands a decision to ban its "offensive" name from ballot papers "political correctness gone mad".