More than half of rail passengers in London and south-east England are dissatisfied with the service, a survey by consumer group Which? has found.
Two men charged with helping gunman suspected of carrying out Copenhagen attacks, Danish police say.
Former senior official Su Rong has been expelled from the Chinese Communist Party for corruption and faces prosecution, says the country's anti-corruption body.
A Coventry museum which opened in 2013 is set to expand after attracting 4,500 visitors in a year.
William Hill and online betting rival 888 end talks over a possible takeover after an 888 shareholder rejects the offer as too low.
Jeremy Guscott on Joseph, the Welsh back three, Scottish profligacy and Irish efficiency, plus his try, player and team of the week.
Football fans overwhelmingly back the right to stand to watch top games, the Welsh Conservatives have claimed.
Average annual pay in Wales is still falling, down by more than £300 last year, the Wales TUC claims.
A health board becomes the first in Wales to issue body-worn cameras in a bid to cut down on violent attacks and abuse of staff.
Universities in Wales could fall behind those in the rest of the UK unless ministers change how students are funded, a finance body head fears.
Eurozone finance ministers will meet in Brussels on Monday for more discussions about Greece's demands for a renegotiation of its bailout deal.
The funeral of a man shot and killed at a wedding in County Fermanagh last Wednesday will take place later.
Translink bus and train fare increases come into effect, with prices rising by more than three times the rate of inflation.
Ed Miliband is to set out his party's key plans for businesses ahead of the general election at a speech in the West Midlands.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has told the BBC's John Simpson that Iraq is making preparations to move against the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul.
A new network of £30m research centres is being launched by Alzheimer's Research UK to spearhead the search for an Alzheimer's cure.
Egypt reserves the "right to respond" to the purported beheading of Egyptian Christians held hostage by Islamic State militants in Libya.
Rail commuters travelling from the South East into London are least satisfied with their service, according to a report by consumer association Which?
The captain of a ferry involved in one of Hong Kong's worst sea disasters is jailed for eight years for manslaughter.
The Duchess of Cambridge records a supportive video message to mark the start of Children's Mental Health Week.