- UK Begins Paying Back First World War Debt
[31 Oct 14, 8:38am] George Osborne says the Treasury will repay £218m of the £2bn debt still owed from the 1914 to 1918 Great War.
- Sex Abuse Inquiry Head Under Pressure To Quit
[31 Oct 14, 8:25am] A solicitor for victims says they have no confidence in Fiona Woolf, amid claims she sought to downplay her links to Lord Brittan.
- UK Aid Programmes 'Not Tackling Corruption'
[31 Oct 14, 7:34am] An independent watchdog has said it is "highly problematic" for DFID to support overseas government systems known to be corrupt.
- RBS Grows Profit But Sets Aside Further £780m
[31 Oct 14, 7:15am] The bank which is majority-owned by the taxpayer makes more progress but continues to be haunted by its past.
- Labour Facing Election Wipe-Out In Scotland
[31 Oct 14, 5:38am] Ed Miliband is under pressure after a new poll says Labour is set to lose 90% of its MPs north of the border.
- One Missing After Blaze At Fireworks Factory
[31 Oct 14, 3:42am] Search and rescue workers are set to explore the SP Fireworks premises after an explosion caused a large fire at the site.
- Ebola Crisis: Major DEC Appeal To Fight Outbreak
[30 Oct 14, 11:33pm] The appeal for funds is seen as essential to help charities' efforts to stop the disease spreading and support those affected.
- Cameron Insists Drugs Policy Is Working
[30 Oct 14, 9:35pm] A report suggesting heavy penalties for illegal drug taking have "no impact on use" has led to another split in the coalition.
- RAF Jets Intercept Russian Military Bombers
[30 Oct 14, 9:07pm] NATO says there has been an "unusual" increase in the number of Russian military planes over Europe in the past two years.
- Libyan Rebel Free To Sue UK Over 'Rendition'
[30 Oct 14, 4:40pm] A court rules in favour of Abdul Hakim Belhaj in his bid for damages over UK involvement in alleged torture.