No clear verdict can be made about the military campaign in Afghanistan, says Nick Childs.
The use of police cautions - where those who commit minor offences are given a formal warning - is set to be scrapped in England and Wales.
The conservation charity WWF Scotland cautions against moves to scrap Air Passenger Duty for departures from Scotland.
Commemorating Britain's first naval defeat of World War One
The blind maestro leading an all-blind orchestra
Movember turns its attention to men's mental health
Zebra crossings to bus stations: unusual listed buildings
Are Corsica's days of mafia and militants over?
Why do wives take a man's name after marriage?
The official whose over-familiar letters infuriated his boss
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is paying the price for not investing in his backroom staff, says Rene Meulensteen.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says the decline of street football means Europe struggles to produce players like Alexis Sanchez.
The students educated in British schools but denied student loans
A poll for the BBC has found only one in five of those asked think the Westminster Parliament acts in their best interests, and as few as one in eight think the European Parliament does.
Leaders Ospreys maintain their 100% start to the Pro12 season with a 26-11 win over Connacht at the Liberty Stadium.
The test flight crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo space tourism craft and Fiona Woolf's resignation as abuse inquiry head make headlines.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall complete the final day of their tour of Colombia with a visit to the walled city of Cartagena.
A junior doctor working in paediatrics has admitted online child grooming and sexually abusing boys as young as 12.
Ed Miliband says that Labour would replace the House of Lords with an elected senate if the party won the general election in May 2015.
Fiona Woolf is to step down as the head of an inquiry into historic child sex abuse, she has told the BBC.