A young offenders' institution, once hit by riots, is decent and generally safe but needs to address issues with drugs and violence, a report finds.
UKIP's election campaign chief condemns Nigel Farage as a "snarling" and "aggressive" man who is turning the party into a "personality cult".
Asian shares trade mixed on Thursday, following a lacklustre lead from Wall Street which fell on renewed concerns about US growth.
The US House of Representatives votes to end the National Security Agency's bulk collection of Americans' phone records.
UK-based preacher denies aiding flow of European fighters
Rescue workers try to reach at least 15 miners trapped underground when a gold mine in north-western Colombia collapsed.
What now for Gareth Bale and Real Madrid after their Champions League exit leaves them almost certainly trophyless this season?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in China on a visit intended to boost economic ties but in danger of being overshadowed by mutual mistrust.
The biggest British registered container ship has arrived in Southampton, as part of its maiden voyage.
Thursday's press is full of stories emanating from the release of letters written by Prince Charles to ministers. There is also coverage of a court case involving Robbie Williams.
Afghan police say a least five killed, including a US citizen, in a hotel attack in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul.
The BBC's Jonathan Beale reports on 'Dynamic Mongoose', Nato's largest ever anti-submarine warfare exercise in the North Sea.
A Holyrood committee is expected to raise serious concerns about the UK government's draft legislation to deliver further devolution.
A severely disabled grandfather is asking Scotland's highest civil court to review the current law on assisted suicide.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits China this week, as both Asian giants look to extend their sphere of influence.
Secunder Kermani reports from Milan's central railway station which has become a temporary home for migrants arriving on trains from Sicily.
The children who have memorised the globe
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Chancellor George Osborne is to outline plans giving cities power over transport, housing, planning and policing, in his first speech of the new Parliament.
Should Manchester be made into the new London?