A group of early-years experts and teachers oppose the introduction of tests for four-year-olds in England.
A German comedian sparks confusion after claiming he faked a video apparently showing Greece's finance minister giving the middle finger to Germany.
Danny Alexander unveils a "better" Lib Dem alternative to his Treasury boss George Osborne's Budget, with fewer spending cuts.
Four people are arrested over the gun attack at the Bardo museum in Tunis that left 23 people dead, including 20 foreign tourists, Tunisia's presidency says.
Many of Europe's native wild bees are threatened with extinction, according to the first comprehensive assessment of risks.
Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer partners with top tech firms to build an Android Wear-powered smartwatch.
Images from around the world: 18 March
A 21-year-old British woman is held by counter-terror police at Luton Airport after landing from Istanbul, Scotland Yard says.
Air pollution levels are "very high" across Wales after smog blew across from Paris.
England manager Roy Hodgson names Tottenham striker Harry Kane in his squad to face Lithuania and Italy.
BBC News finds out why a City firm watches Twitter and hears The Simpsons while following a modern Budget.
An SNP member who is alleged to have subjected the Scottish Conservative leader to homophobic abuse on Twitter is suspended from the party.
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
Two Hillsborough justice campaigners are presented with the CBE at Buckingham Palace.
Cardiff council agrees to write off a £4.4m debt owed to it by Glamorgan County Cricket Club following the redevelopment of the Swalec Stadium.
Representatives of the five main Stormont parties are to attend what is being billed as a stock taking meeting with the secretary of state over welfare reform.
Russian police are hunting an unusual vandal, who sprayed graffiti on the walls of a site where philosopher Immanuel Kant is thought to have lived.
Glasgow Warriors' Adam Ashe and Ryan Grant start for Scotland against Ireland for the Six Nations finale.
Too many Crown Prosecution Service barristers lack "presence, self-confidence and flair" in Crown Court trials, a report by inspectors says.
The death of a toddler killed by a violent kick to her stomach inflicted by her mother's boyfriend could not have been foreseen, a serious case review concludes.