Thailand's finance minister tells the BBC that elections to end military rule might now not take place until 2016.
Treasures from the world's oldest photographic society will go on display at the site of one of the UK's first public exhibitions of photography.
Schools minister David Laws says academies need better supervision and calls for an end to "open warfare" between politicians and teachers.
Press Association photographer David Davies looks back at the race that clinched the Formula 1 title for Lewis Hamilton
Great things were predicted for the economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - but they haven't totally lived up to the hype, says Andrew Walker.
Flags can convey powerful - and often very unpalatable - messages, says Mark Mardell,
A trial to help the immune system fight bladder cancer is showing "exciting" results with tumours completely disappearing in some patients.
Nearly £750m in council tax went unpaid last year, as collection rates fall for only the second time.
Royal Society says combination of population growth and climate change will increase danger to cities.
Early detection of liver disease by GPs in the UK is "virtually non-existent", leading medical experts warn.
People diagnosed with diabetes linked to obesity should be assessed for weight loss surgery, according to updated NHS guidelines.
Brazil says deforestation in the Amazon rainforest has dropped by 18% in the past year, but campaigners dispute the figures.
New acts George The poet, James Bay and Years and Years are being tipped for success in 2015 after being shortlisted for the Brits Critics' Choice Award.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says he is delighted his side remain in control of their Champions League destiny.
A doctor working for Medecins Sans Frontieres in Guinea says the organisation will remain in Western Africa "till the very end" of the Ebola crisis.
Hundreds demonstrate outside the US embassy in London in protest at the decision not to prosecute a police officer for killing black teenager Michael Brown in Missouri.
Tracking first Ebola victim and and how virus spread
Renewable power has overtaken nuclear to become the main source of electricity in Scotland, according to the latest figures.
Vultures could help beat dangerous bacteria
BBC News looks at the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and its challenges, amid a slump in global crude oil prices.