Austria arrests 13 jihadi suspects
Austria arrests 13 jihadi suspects
Police in Austria arrest 13 people suspected of radicalising young people and recruiting them to fight in Syria.
Taxpayers paid for leader's Porsche
Taxpayers paid for leader's Porsche
A former council chief at the centre of a row over unlawful payments pension payments was given a luxury Porsche lease car at taxpayers expense, BBC Wales learns.
McBride new head of Belfast Trust
McBride new head of Belfast Trust
Dr Michael McBride is appointed the new chief executive of Belfast Health Trust.
PM tells EU: 'Back me on migration'
PM tells EU: 'Back me on migration'
David Cameron urges EU leaders to back his "reasonable" proposals to restrict welfare benefits for migrants, saying he will "rule nothing out" if they are rejected.
VIDEO: Cameron ad-libs while alarm sounds
VIDEO: Cameron ad-libs while alarm sounds
The Prime Minster has to pause while delivering a speech at a factory in the West Midlands as an alarm was sounding.
Plebgate row was 'nonsense incident'
Plebgate row was 'nonsense incident'
A police officer who witnessed the so-called "plebgate" row says it was a "nonsense incident" that should not have cost Andrew Mitchell his job.
Pope in Turkey to boost faith ties
Pope in Turkey to boost faith ties
Pope Francis is in Turkey for what is being billed as a historic trip to promote interfaith dialogue in the Muslim-majority country.
MPs suspended for heckling SA leader
MPs suspended for heckling SA leader
South African opposition party leader Julius Malema and 11 of his MPs are suspended from parliament without pay for heckling the president.
Judges consent to Chhokar retrial
Judges consent to Chhokar retrial
Three high court judges grant prosecutors permission to retry one man accused of murdering Lanarkshire waiter Surjit Singh Chhokar in 1998.
VIDEO: Meet the neighbours: Life in Denmark
VIDEO: Meet the neighbours: Life in Denmark
In a film from Copenhagen, Politics Europe finds that Denmark is very green, but it's not very cheap.