Critic AA Gill, who died on Saturday, said he could not get potentially life-extending cancer therapy.
England's players must be allowed to move on from the defeat by Iceland at Euro 2016, Roy Hodgson tells BBC Radio 5 live.
Passengers will be able to fly from the UK to Australia non-stop from March 2018, says airline Qantas.
A man is charged by police investigating the sexual assault of two schoolgirls in Burnley.
Residents in 17,000 homes across Greater Manchester are told to boil their water because of a fault at a treatment works.
A look back at the things we learned from David Attenborough's latest BBC One series Planet Earth II.
One in five motorists has driven the morning after a night of heavy drinking, a survey suggests.
Ministers hope new schools for young offenders will direct youngsters towards jobs and education.
Files relating to the so-called Battle of Orgreave during the miners' strike of 1984 are expected to be made public next year, it is revealed.
Budget cuts are "undermining the effectiveness" of fire services in England and Wales, the FBU says.
In an industry dominated by women, why is it so hard to name a top female hairdresser?
Great Britain's Anthony Joshua retains his IBF world heavyweight title to set up a fight against Wladimir Klitschko in April.
A new £41m railway station linking rail passengers north of Edinburgh with the tram network opens in the capital.
Theresa's May's leather trousers have got a former cabinet minister in trouble, according to Sunday's papers.
A 17-year-old boy is charged with the murder of two men who were stabbed at a travellers' camp.
An officer from Pakistan has returned to the Royal Military College at Sandhurst to help train its cadets fight militants.
Jamie Vardy scores a hat-trick as Leicester City pull off a stunning victory over an out-of sorts Manchester City.
Two Scottish-born scientists are awarded a Nobel Prize for their discoveries about strange forms of matter.
The daughter of Welsh Prime Minister David Lloyd George's illegitimate child explains why her grandmother was happy to be his mistress.
A group of rail users fail in an attempt to charter a train from Surrey to London on strike days next week.