The shop where everybody knows your name
Comedian Colm O'Regan takes a humorous look at capitalism
QPR defender Steven Caulker requires hospital treatment after suffering a head injury at a team lunch.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal admits his side were lucky to beat Southampton 2-1 at St Mary's.
Trying to solve a Holocaust mystery
Security is raised at US embassies and bases, the White House says, ahead of the release of a report into harsh CIA interrogations.
Martina Navratilova has agreed to take on her first major coaching role with world number six Agnieszka Radwanska.
The BBC's Becky Milligan has lunch with Anna Soubry
Uruguay says it is granting complete freedom to six former Guantanamo Bay inmates released by the US to the South American country at the weekend.
Australia are to play India in the delayed first Test in Adelaide, in what is set to be an emotion-charged game after the death of Phillip Hughes.
Builders accused amid Qatar 2022 World Cup boom
Manchester United climb to third in the Premier League as a Robin van Persie brace gives them victory over Southampton.
England's Nick Matthew becomes the ninth player to win 30 PSA World Tour titles with victory in the British Grand Prix.
Reaction to Conservative MP Nigel Mills who has apologised after being caught playing a popular puzzle game on his tablet computer during a parliamentary committee hearing.
Sue Lloyd-Roberts reports on the questions about worker safety, pay and conditions facing construction companies helping Qatar to prepare for World Cup 2022.
Manic Street Preachers will play Cardiff Castle for the first time as part of their The Holy Bible tour next year.
The Christmas tree outside 10 Downing Street was lit up on Monday as a band played traditional Christmas music.
A DUP assembly member begins an attempt to introduce a "conscience clause" into equality law in Northern Ireland, following legal action taken against a Christian-owned bakery.
Sierra Leone overtakes neighbouring Liberia as the country with the highest number of cases of the deadly Ebola virus, the WHO says.
With the long-delayed release of a government report on US torture practices during the Bush administration expected soon, a fight over what it might - or might not - say is already brewing.