A "profiteering" care agency took hundreds of pounds from low-paid carers who were desperate for work, a BBC London investigation finds.
A motorist is charged with drink-driving after his car was seen travelling at about 100mph through a stretch of motorway roadworks.
After being jilted three times, a man who tried to auction his ex-fiancée's honeymoon place finally finds a holiday partner.
The mother of a mentally ill teenager held in a cell for two days due to a lack of beds says she suffered "heartbreaking" care failings.
A multi-faith rally, partly inspired by comments made on US TV describing Birmingham as a 'no-go area' for non-Muslims, is held.
A teenager who died in a machete attack in Gloucester is described as "brave" and "kind" by his family.
A plan to name a new bypass after Margaret Thatcher is branded "totally wrong" by Labour councillors.
A prehistoric forest, found 200 metres off the Norfolk coast, could date back 10,000 years, experts say.
Two men are arrested after police seize a World War Two machine gun and a rocket launcher following a street fight in south east London.
A collection of personal treasures from a World War One lieutenant discovered in a Hertfordshire school's storeroom, is a "unique find", say military historians.
More than 500 men volunteer for DNA screening to eliminate themselves from suspicion in the hunt for the killer of a woman in West Sussex.
Police are granted a further extension to question a man held on suspicion of the murder of a mother-of-four, who is missing.
A Blackburn vicar holds a 10-minute silence in protest at aspects of the upcoming installation of the Bishop of Burnley.
A vigil is held in memory of a man who died in a suspected axe and knife attack on the outskirts of Plymouth on New Year's Day.
Residents of an estate where the council wants to bulldoze 600 homes say they were shocked to receive details of the scheme in a "community charter".
Police appeal for witnesses after a man is killed in a suspected hit-and-run in north-east London.
Badgers are filmed at a Nottinghamshire nature reserve for the first time.
A table at which Emily Bronte wrote Wuthering Heights and her sister Charlotte wrote Jane Eyre is returned to the family home.
Defending champions Arsenal reach the FA Cup fifth round but are forced to hang on for victory against Brighton.
Goals from Carles Gil and Andreas Weimann give Aston Villa victory over Bournemouth in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
West Ham recover from Bristol City's strong start to win 1-0 with a Diafra Sakho strike to reach the FA Cup fifth round.
MPs question Chancellor George Osborne on more powers for Scotland.
Actors Ray Winstone and Amanda Redman are helping the armed forces to get involved in theatre.
BBC Inside Out reveals a 'lost world' with the discovery of a remarkable submerged forest thousands of years old underneath the sea off eastern England.
Bailiffs planning to evict a man from his home are blocked by hundreds of people who gathered outside.
An ex-lover of paedophile Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins says her life has been "completely destroyed".
To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, three people who knew him share their memories.
Showjumping rabbits fly in from Sweden to compete in the Small Animal Show at the Great Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate.
Remembering England's lost theme parks
Long jumper Greg Rutherford talks of finding a screaming deer