Director Alan Parker sings the praises of a new stage version of his film Bugsy Malone while confessing he had "never liked" previous adaptations.
A car smashes into the conservatory of a house after it rolled off a car park when its handbrake failed.
How Twitter lost more than 25% of its value after a tweet prompted traders to sell the stock.
Families of Britons found safe after quake speak of their joy
Are young people really getting their news through online video and social media?
Goddard Inquiry into historical child sex abuse says it will conduct a "full investigation" into claims made against former Labour MP Lord Janner.
The crew of a container ship seized by Iran in the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday are safe and "in good spirits", Danish shipping company Maersk says.
Togo's President Faure Gnassingbe is re-elected, officials say, extending his family's 48-year hold on power.
Europe's Sentinel-1a satellite gets its first good look at the aftermath of Saturday's big quake in Nepal.
American Airlines delay dozens of flights after an iPad app used by its pilots stopped working.
A man's body is found at a Birmingham recycling plant.
A Briton living overseas is among more than 5,000 who died in the Nepal earthquake, the Foreign Office confirms.
Drew Mitchell says not picking Steffon Armitage in England's World Cup squad over fears it would harm morale would be a "cop-out".
Over 600 children have been moved from a Lisburn primary school after a bomb warning
Actor Robert Downey Jr labels Channel 4's Krishnan Guru-Murthy "a bottom-feeding muckraker" in his first remarks about walking out of a Channel 4 interview earlier this month.
South Korean intelligence services say that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered the execution of 15 people this year, including several senior officials.
As the Calbuco volcano in southern Chile again spews ash following two eruptions last week, people are evacuated from the surrounding towns.
French President Francois Hollande says defence spending will rise by nearly 4bn euros to tackle extremist threats "at home and overseas".
At least 22 pupils and a visitor at Duncroft Approved School in Surrey were abused by Jimmy Savile in 1970s, police say.
Messaging services including Facebook, Whatsapp and Twitter are cut off in Burundi amid protests over the president seeking a third term.