Actor Sir Roger Moore accepts undisclosed libel damages over claims he groped a woman while shooting James Bond film For Your Eyes Only.
A blaze breaks out at the home of Manchester United footballer Chris Smalling after his hot tub caught fire.
Sunlight reflecting on a magnifying mirror causes a flat fire which left a couple homeless, a fire service investigation confirms.
The Bank of England has downgraded its forecasts for the recovery in GDP, productivity and living standards.
A couple are jailed after using Tesco vouchers to fraudulently buy thousands of pounds of electronics and alcohol.
A former police officer recalls how he was passed the Hillsborough disaster's youngest victim and was asked to "help him".
Humanitarian organisations attempt to get aid into Yemen as a five-day truce takes hold after weeks of Saudi-led air strikes against Houthi rebels.
BBC Worldwide says the international subscription-fee version of the iPlayer service will close on 26 June.
Dozens of people are feared dead after a fire sweeps through a slipper factory in the Philippine capital Manila.
A teenager who admitted raping a 91-year-old woman at her North Lanarkshire home is jailed for 12 years.
A group of 350 migrants from Myanmar have told an activist by phone that they have been trapped on a boat without food or water for four days.
Copenhagen traffic wardens turn tour guides
Anyone applying for the England cricket coach's job would be "crazy" after the Kevin Pietersen saga, says Matthew Hayden.
New proposals for dealing with the Mediterranean migration crisis are being discussed by the European Commission.
The Cannes Film Festival is getting under way in the south of France, with Michael Fassbender and Natalie Portman among the notables due to attend.
Former world number one Tiger Woods writes to a young fan who was being bullied because of his stutter.
Efforts to introduce US trade deals with Europe and Asia have been dealt a blow after a vote in the Senate.
The Bank of England cuts its 2015 growth forecast from 2.9% to 2.5%, as governor Mark Carney unveils his quarterly inflation report.
The European Commission is to unveil key proposals for tackling the EU migration crisis, including a controversial quota scheme.
Labour needs a break with the past and an honest assessment of why so many Welsh voters chose the Conservatives over them, one of its MPs says.