Will it be Heathrow or Gatwick airport that gets the green light for expansion?
Train passengers in Scotland's central belt face weeks of disruption from this weekend when work begins on the Winchburgh tunnel.
Contractors' confidence in the North Sea oil and gas industry is at a "record low", according to a survey.
The rise of the nationalist Jobbik party is inflaming passions in Hungary, says Jawad Iqbal.
Inside the funeral of a member of a Texas biker gang
Why ranchers are up in arms about a bison preserve
The anti-Assad slogan spreading across the Middle East
Police apologise to a man whose photograph was wrongly issued during a murder investigation after a torso was found in a suitcase.
The government is considering reducing tax credits for millions of working families as part of its £12bn welfare cuts, the BBC understands.
The online war over human rights and the European Games
Plans to sell the government's stake in the Royal Bank of Scotland at a loss, and the case of four backpackers held in Malaysia after stripping on a mountain are among Thursday's top stories.
The men taking their partner’s surnames.
Natanael Berhane from Eritrea is hoping to become one of the first Africans to compete in the Tour de France.
Following his England humiliation, Steve McClaren is under more pressure than most to bring back the smiles to St James' Park.
Shaimaa Khalil meets a community of people in Pakistan who live in man-made caves.
Mexican wrestling grapples to secure a bright future
Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes leading players now want to join Manchester City for more than just money.
World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson says a late World Cup call-up for Steffon Armitage would have been disruptive for England.
Negotiators have been accused of spending too much time on detail and ''not getting around to any actual homework'' at interim climate talks in Germany.
The governor of the Bank of England calls for a "better balance" between individual and firm accountability.