Britain's Steph Slater and Jack Thomas will both miss next month's IPC Swimming World Championships through injury
A university group is warning that a fund to help universities recruit and retain poorer students is the most likely target of higher education cuts.
The roof a 19th Century basilica in the French city of Nantes has been destroyed by a fire which engulfed the building.
Events to mark the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta
Former Brazil midfielder Zito, a two-time World Cup winner who scored in the 1962 final, dies at the age of 82.
An interesting report today suggests that there are too many senior positions to fill, not enough good managers and that NHS leadership is "in crisis".
A head teacher accused of having sex with two underage boys took a 15-year-old's virginity in a tent, a court hears.
Scotland's National Museum of Flight in East Lothian is appealing for mothers who gave birth aboard air ambulances to share their stories.
British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury is fined and banned after admitting driving at 90mph in the south of Scotland.
A police officer wins praise on social media after posting "selfies" with revellers on his Saturday nightshift.
A clergyman whose promotion was blocked because he is in a same-sex marriage is taking his discrimination case against the Church to an employment tribunal.
Hudson's Bay, owner of luxury retail chain Saks Fifth Avenue, to spend £2.03bn on Germany's biggest chain, Kaufhof.
A missing five-year-old Shetland boy who sparked a major search is found sleeping in the back of his father's van.
A soldier who assessed candidates on a fatal SAS selection exercise strenuously denies letting any with symptoms of heat exhaustion to continue.
A teenager caught in the Hillsborough disaster tried in vain to save her younger sister as the crush worsened, a jury has heard.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush pledges to fix America as he launches his bid to become the Republican nominee for president.
The south-western Mexican states of Guerrero and Michoacan are bracing themselves for the arrival of Tropical Storm Carlos.
Warrington prop Anthony England could be banned for up to eight matches if found guilty of a spitting offence.
Like a cat with nine lives, top Islamist militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar has been reported dead several times in recent years. But how do governments verify a militant has actually been killed?
About 200 migrants, mostly Africans, are having to sleep rough at Ventimiglia on the France-Italy border as French police keep them out.