Lebanese MPs fail to elect president
Members of Lebanon's parliament fail to elect a new president at the first attempt before Michel Suleiman's six-year term expires on 25 May.
Plan to end corroboration on hold
Controversial plans to end the need for evidence in Scottish criminal trials to come from two sources are put on hold for at least a year.
Armitstead retains World Cup lead
Great Britain's Lizzie Armitstead is second for the third race in a row but remains in first place in the World Cup.
VIDEO: Gervais on David Brent and getting old
Comedian and Actor Ricky Gervais chats to BBC Breakfast about David Brent and getting older.
Clifford jury gets majority direction
Jurors in the indecent assault trial of publicist Max Clifford are told they can return a majority verdict of nine to one.
VIDEO: Andy Murray in tears at Stirling award
Tennis star Andy Murray has been awarded the freedom of Stirling in a ceremony which made the Wimbledon champion break down in tears.
Cancer teen hits £1m charity target
A teenage blogger with terminal cancer raises more than £1m for charity after posting his final message to followers.
Victim would be 'proud of Gerrard'
Steven Gerrard's cousin, who was the youngest victim of the Hillsborough disaster, would have been "very proud" of the England captain, an inquest hears.
'Trojan Horse' probe schools named
A list of the schools Ofsted has been sent in to inspect over an alleged plot by Muslim hard-liners to seize control of governing bodies is published.
Are gardeners wrong to put 'crocks' in plant pots?
For centuries, gardeners have but shards of pottery - "crocks" - at the bottom of plant pots. Why?