A Dutch meat trader goes on trial accused of selling 300 tonnes of horsemeat as beef, during one of Europe's largest food scandals.
Akhil Sharma wins the £40,000 Folio literary prize for his saga Family Life that took 13 years to write.
Motorists with diesel vehicles are being 'taken for a ride' by retailers charging too much, the RAC has claimed.
Grant Elliott hits a six off the penultimate delivery to secure New Zealand's place in the World Cup final with a thrilling win.
A man dies and another is seriously injured after they were hit by a car while trying to recover a broken-down vehicle in Glasgow.
Britain is to "modernise" the defences of the Falkland Islands, with plans to be set out to Parliament later.
FAW president Trefor Lloyd Hughes accuses England of not keeping to an agreement on who should have the next British Fifa vice-presidency.
UK inflation rate fell to 0.0% in February, the lowest since records began, official figures say
Uefa chief Michel Platini warns of a return to hooliganism's "dark days" unless public authorities help govern the game.
A mapping tool that gives a detailed picture of local information in almost every corner of the UK has been released by Ordnance Survey (OS).
Police continue to question a man on suspicion of murdering missing York chef Claudia Lawrence.
Actress Angelina Jolie has her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed as a preventative measure against cancer.
Israel denies a report that it spied on nuclear talks between the US and Iran in order to build a case against a deal.
Tesco is facing potential legal action from UK institutional shareholders following its accounting scandal.
Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke is considering asking Liverpool's Steven Gerrard to speak to his European side at Hazeltine.
BBC's Newsbeat meets two first-time buyers who have teamed up in a bid to beat the housing crisis.
Former First Minister Rhodri Morgan admits the stress of coalition negotiations with Plaid Cymru after the 2007 assembly election "could have been fatal" as he suffered a heart attack.
British sprinters Dina Asher-Smith and Richard Kilty deny athletics is in crisis after a winter of doping headlines.
The BBC understands the opening of Northern Ireland's new £150m critical care building has been delayed for a third time.
Three men convicted of involvement in the Kunming knife attack that left 31 people dead have been executed, a court in China says.