Eleven planned court closures will "erode access to justice" in Wales, warns the Law Society.
The DUP will meet the prime minister on Tuesday to discuss the current crisis at Stormont.
Meningitis B vaccination for all newborn babies starts to take place across the UK - the first scheme of its kind in the world.
Employers who do not pay workers the national minimum wage and the National Living Wage will face tougher penalties under plans outlined by the government.
West Ham sign Alex Song on a season-long loan from Barcelona with the option of extending the deal for a further season.
Thousands of pounds of NHS personal health budgets are being spent on "treats", including holidays, clothes and pedalo hire, an investigation finds.
A taxi scheme aimed at keeping students safe is being launched in Aberdeen thanks to a collaboration with a taxi firm and university unions.
The Royal Mint releases a commemorative coin depicting the Queen through her reign to mark her becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history.
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A body is found in the River Taff in Cardiff following a search, police say.
The Information Commissioner's Office is investigating claims that an 87-year-old man's personal details were sold or passed on by charities up to 200 times.
The UK Independence Party says it will launch its own campaign against staying in the EU, instead of joining one of the two existing No campaigns.
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A ban on "unsafe lorries" on London's roads, introduced as part of efforts to protect cyclists, comes into force.
A woman was dragged from her car and raped in the car park of a John Lewis store, police say.
UK shoppers will now be able to spend up to £30 using contactless cards after the limit was increased from £20, amid a surge in people using them.
Solicitors in Falkirk are to boycott the new Sheriff Appeal Court protest at legal aid fees which they say have not risen since 1992.
David De Gea's £29m move from Man Utd to Real Madrid collapses after it fails to beat the Spanish transfer deadline.
Education and welfare are expected to feature heavily when the Scottish first minister unveils her new Programme for Government.
A street drinker who nearly died from drinking alcoholic hand wash reveals how his gang systematically raided hospitals for the fluid - as Freedom of Information requests reveal a London-wide problem.
BBC News looks at an eco-friendly treehouse office that has opened in Hoxton, east London, designed for freelance workers.
BBC's new political editor on UK politics' 'amazing moment'
A fireworks display marks the end of the Edinburgh Fringe and International festivals with both reporting increased sales.
An elderly, disabled man is in a critical condition after being attacked by a gang in his home in County Armagh
British number one Heather Watson says the tension got to her as she lost to world number 84 Lauren Davis at the US Open.
Former Rangers chief executive Charles Green is likely to face charges relating to his time at the club, BBC Scotland learns.
Two British Vice News reporters and a translator are arrested in Turkey, accused of helping an illegal armed group.
England one-day captain Eoin Morgan says his month-long break from cricket has left him feeling refreshed.
Jeremy Corbyn is criticised for saying it was a "tragedy" that Osama Bin Laden was killed by the United States rather than being put on trial.
Organisers have called the World Gravy Wrestling Championships "one of the world's craziest culinary competitions".
US President Barack Obama is to appear on the Bear Grylls survival show to raise awareness of the effects of climate change in Alaska, NBC announces.
Notting Hill Carnival bands are taking to the roads of west London for the second day of what is thought to be Europe's largest street music festival.
Chancellor George Osborne is accused of "arrogance" after announcing more than £500m of contracts for the Royal Navy's submarine base at Faslane.
A woman found with fatal head injuries in Manchester is named by police as Norwegian concert pianist Natalia Strelchenko.
Thousands of street dance fans and dancers are in Glasgow to battle it out for the honours at the 10th World Street Dance Championships.
Abbey Road's famous recording studios has been given planning permission for a multi-million pound expansion.
Safety experts have issued fresh warnings against swimming in disused quarries due to the dangers of freezing water.
The first British healthcare worker who caught and survived Ebola is working as an NHS nurse in the hospital that helped save his life.
Ferry services have resumed at the Port of Calais following a fresh protest by former workers of dissolved operator MyFerryLink which caused a night of long delays.
Ebola nurse starts work at the hospital that helped save his life
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Notting Hill transformed into riot of colour and sound for carnival
The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.
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The UN says the number of migrants arriving in Hungary is increasing every day.
Thousands of pages detailing Hillary Clinton's emails while US secretary of state are released, including many censored after being deemed classified.
Chinese shares continue their recent slide after fresh data provides further evidence of a slowdown in the country's economy.
Historian Dan Cruickshank says any damage done to to the the Bel Temple by the Islamic State (IS) group is on a par with destroying the Parthenon in Greece or Chartres Cathedral in France.
Tottenham plan late Berahino bid, Valdes move collapses, West Ham and Villa want Adebayor, West Brom chase Lopez, plus more.
Satellite analysis confirms the destruction of the main temple in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, the United Nations says.
Hundreds of migrants thought to be from Syria arrive German stations after being held for several hours at the Hungarian border.
New Zealand unveils four finalists in the contest to design what could become the national flag, but it's fair to say not everyone has embraced them.
A court in the southern Thai island of Phuket acquits two journalists of defaming the navy in a 2013 article on human trafficking.
President Obama pushes for a global deal on cutting carbon emissions, saying it is time "to protect the one planet we've got while we still can".
Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic win at US Open but men's fourth seed Kei Nishikori suffers surprise loss.
A hurricane, with winds of up to 120km/h (75mph) hits the island nation of Cape Verde, off the coast of West Africa, for the first time since 1892.
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Two independent journalists in Thailand are cleared of defaming the navy over reporting they did on the issue of human trafficking.
Indian authorities accuse internet giant Google of abusing its dominance in search advertising.
China's factory activity contracts at its fastest pace in three years in August, confirming fears that the country's growth is continuing to slow.
A senate committee report urges Australia's government to remove children from its migrant detention centre on Nauru island in the Pacific.
A Christian official who refused to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples in Kentucky is ordered to do so by the US Supreme Court.
Campaigners in Argentina find another child abducted from left-wing political prisoners during military rule between 1976 and 1983.
Hundreds of migrants reach Vienna after being held at the Hungarian border, as Austria introduces extra checks amid an unprecedented influx.
The teenager who maps the Syrian war from his suburban bedroom
Why India struggles with luxury brands
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White supremacist Frazier Glenn Cross is found guilty of murdering three people at two Jewish sites in Kansas City last year.
There are warnings about a new outbreak of piracy off Somalia's coast in spite of an international naval taskforce and UK backed efforts to build stability onshore in the Horn of Africa.
Streaming service pins future on exclusives and originals as it lets deal with movie distributor lapse, meaning the removal of thousands of titles.
Friends of the cameraman killed last week while broadcasting in Virginia have gathered to remember him at his former school.
One national guard member dies and about 100 others are wounded outside Ukraine's parliament, after MPs backed greater autonomy in the rebel-held east.
The BBC's Damian Grammaticas reports from Hungary, where thousands of people have crossed the border in recent weeks, despite the construction of a 100-mile razor wire fence.
A flood in a zoo in Russia's far eastern city of Ussuriysk has left 14 brown bears waiting for rescue in their half-submerged cages.
Tackling the deadliest day for Japan's teenagers
Life in a vast iron ore mine hitting hard times
Kanye West has announced that he wants to run for the US presidency in 2020, in a speech at the MTV Video Music Awards.
After decades of controversy, the name of Mount McKinley, the tallest mountain in North America, is changed back to its original native Alaskan, Denali.
India's economy grew at an annual rate of 7% between April and June, lower than expected, official figures show.
South Sudan's rebel leader accuses the government of violating a ceasefire hours after it came into effect, following the signing of a new peace deal.
Russian oil giant Rosneft reports a sharp drop in profits due to lower oil prices.
The Colombian foreign minister says Venezuelan relatives of Colombians deported from Venezuela amidst a border row will be offered Colombian citizenship.
US horror film director Wes Craven, creator of the Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises, has died aged 76.
Boko Haram is trying to expand its activities to southern Nigeria, include the commercial capital Lagos, as well as other parts of the country, officials say.
Thailand's police chief says an $83,000 public reward will go to his own men after they arrested a suspect in the deadly bombing of a Bangkok shrine.
A muezzin in Egypt faces disciplinary action for changing the traditional call to prayer to "praying is better than spending time on Facebook".
A mayor in Brazil is on the run after police accused her of taking funds from the school system and running the town remotely through WhatsApp.
Spending by English clubs in this transfer window is currently more than £740m, still short of last summer's record total.
Pretenders star Chrissie Hynde comes under fire for comments in an interview suggesting it can be a woman's fault if she is raped.
British neurologist and acclaimed author Oliver Sacks dies at the age of 82.
An air strike by the Saudi-led coalition backing pro-government forces in Yemen kills 31 people in the northern province of Hajjah.
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