(BBC) Anna Chapman, one of the Russian spies deported from the United States, is deprived of her British citizenship.
Parents of disabled children are being hit extra hard as recession forces them from juggling stretched household finances to extreme economic hardship
The UK's Supreme Court rules that two gay men from Iran and Cameroon have the right to asylum in Britain.
(BBC) The Queen addresses the UN in New York for the first time in 53 years before laying a wreath at Ground Zero.
A temporary limit on the number of non-EU migrants allowed into the UK is to be announced by the home secretary.
Unemployed people living in council homes could get incentives to move to areas with more jobs, a minister says.
A temporary limit on migration into the UK by non-EU workers is to be introduced ahead of a planned permanent cap.
The coalition government is bringing forward new rules requiring many immigrants marrying UK citizens to learn English.
(BBC) A think tank calls for an open national debate on the consequences of Britain's rapid population growth.
(BBC) Police investigating the sale of allegedly ineffective bomb detectors to countries including Iraq search premises linked to three firms.
Hundreds of Britons caught up in the ash flight ban are stranded at Bangkok's airport as protests take place in the capital.
The number of under-11s injured in violent attacks is up 8% in a year, but overall violence has fallen slightly, research suggests.
(BBC) South Asian women allege abuse by British in-laws
(BBC) A former UK spy chief says she did not know US intelligence services were mistreating terror suspects until after she retired.
(BBC) Dutch MP Geert Wilders' arrives in the UK to show his anti-Islam film after overturning a ban on entering the country.
The UN climate change panel rejects claims that the case for human influence on global warming has been exaggerated.
(BBC) - Police are less likely to believe a rape victim if she lives in a deprived area, a report says.
(BBC) A report claims radical Muslims are spreading extremist propaganda and promoting jihad from inside British prisons.
(BBC) - More than 1,300 children were held at UK immigration removal centres during a 15-month period, the government says.
(BBC) A scheme where addicts get heroin in supervised clinics has led to big cuts in street drugs usage and crime, the BBC learns.
(BBC) Men working in the UK's financial sector receive five times more in bonus payments than women, according to a survey.
(BBC) Lesbian couples can now register both their names on the birth certificate of a child conceived as a result of fertility treatment.
(BBC) Traditionalist US Lutherans warn they might form another denomination after their Church voted to allow gay pastors.
(BBC) Police should tolerate some drug dealing to keep down levels of violent crime, a report by a think tank says.
(BBC) Brazil is to lodge a formal complaint over an illegal shipment of 1,400 tonnes of UK toxic waste, its government says.
(BBC) A public inquiry into the death of Iraqi civilian Baha Mousa in British military custody six years ago is due to open.
(BBC) Afghans in Calais dream of Channel crossing to London
(BBC) The president of the troubled republic of Ingushetia in southern Russia is wounded in an assassination attempt.
(BBC) Thousands of people arrive in central London to demonstrate in support of Tamils in Sri Lanka.
(BBC) Up to three-quarters of children locked up on remand are wrongly or unnecessarily jailed, a report says.
(BBC) The UK government is to review evidence about a 1948 massacre of unarmed Malaysian villagers by British troops, the BBC understands.
(BBC) Thousands protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London over the treatment of Tamil civilians in Sri Lanka.
(BBC) A crisis is unfolding in the UK caused by rising food prices and the impact of the recession, the Save the Children charity warns.
(BBC) Protesters storm the Royal Bank of Scotland amid demonstrations ahead of the G20 summit of world leaders in London.
Tens of thousands march peacefully demanding the G20 summit acts on poverty, climate change and jobs.
(BBC) How the downturn may boost G20 protests
(BBC) British forces may be in Afghanistan for five years and civilians for 20 years or more, Britain's new envoy says.
(BBC) A UK resident freed from Guantanamo Bay tells the BBC he would not have faced torture but for Britain's role in his case.
(BBC) The information watchdog shuts down a company which it says sold workers' confidential data to building firms.
British resident Binyam Mohamed, who was held at Guantanamo Bay for more than four years, says he is grateful to be back in the UK.
(BBC) A former head of MI5 accuses the government of exploiting the fear of terrorism to restrict civil liberties.
(BBC) A Royal Navy nuclear submarine was involved in a collision with a French submarine in the middle of the Atlantic, the UK confirms.
(BBC) Prince Harry's racist comment about a Pakistani army colleague prompts widespread criticism, despite his apology.
(BBC) A series of demonstrations are taking place across the UK to protest against the Israeli air strikes on Gaza.
(BBC) The UK is pressing its European partners to help resettle inmates from the US Guantanamo camp, the UK Foreign Office says.
(BBC) A ruling is due from the European Court of Human Rights which could have major implications on the UK's DNA database