BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Ewan Clover: Man struck by police car and ambulance named
- Police probe Aldeburgh woman's 'unexplained' death
- Aldeburgh barbecue fire death: Inquest petrol warning
- Bury St Edmunds' Lee Carnegie died with head down drain
- Long Melford ram-raid: Farmer's key equipment wrecked
- Alpheton fatal crash: Woman died from broken back
- Universal Wealth Management: More than 100 possible frauds
- Elmswell church starts work to replace stolen lead
- Long Melford ram-raid: Stolen digger used to steal cash machine
- Man hit by police car and ambulance on A14 in Suffolk
BBC Somerset News Feed
BBC Oxford News Feed
- M40 closed after caravan travelling wrong way crashes
- National Action trial: 'Neo-Nazi' posed in 'KKK robes with baby'
- Oxford Professor heads back to Egypt after losing legs
- Bloodhound supersonic car hits financial roadblock
- British Masters: Eddie Pepperell wins second European Tour title
- British Masters: Eddie Pepperell takes three-shot lead into final day
- Oxford United 2-0 Plymouth Argyle
- Roller derby: How the sport 'empowers me'
- British Masters: Eddie Pepperell pulls clear as Tommy Fleetwood slips back
- Oxford machete-gang attack: Four men jailed for murder
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Commons staff told to study abuse report 'very carefully'
- Billy Vunipola: Saracens forward out of England's autumn internationals
- Hackney stabbing: Teens jailed for Daniel Frederick death
- Piccadilly Line Tube drivers to hold fresh strike action
- Grade I listed Highgate Cemetery running out of space
- Katie Boulter into top 100 of WTA world rankings for first time
- The people least likely to vote Tory
- LGBT housing: Trying to avoid loneliness while growing old
- Sophie Cornish: ‘Women, don’t be so hard on yourselves!’
- Laurent Koscielny: Defender criticises Deschamps and retires
Reports of behaviour alleged by staff include MPs being routinely "overbearing or confrontational".
Saracens number eight Billy Vunipola will miss England's autumn internationals after breaking his left arm.
The court heard the group of teenagers had been 'on a mission to do violence' in Hackney.
Workers on the Piccadilly Line are set to carry a 24-hour strike at the beginning of November.
Highgate Cemetery bosses are looking at allowing new burials to take place on top of existing graves.
Britain's Katie Boulter breaks into the top 100 of the women's world rankings for the first time.
The UK's growing non-white population could be decisive in choosing who governs in future.
The problems of living in a care home when you are a lesbian.
"Women tend to be their own worst critics," says notonthehighstreet.com co-founder Sarah Cornish.
France and Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny retires from international duty after criticising manager Didier Deschamps for his treatment while recovering from injury
Spain captain Sergio Ramos believes England counterpart Harry Kane has the ability to succeed in La Liga.
Police officers and members of the public were injured during the demonstration on 9 June.
Arsenal maintain their 100% start to the new season by inflicting Chelsea's first WSL defeat since May 2017.
Brian Barnett is the eleventh cyclist to be killed in London this year.
Nikita Parris and sub Georgia Stanway both score twice as Manchester City thrash West Ham in the WSL.
Two NHS hospital trusts spent more than £420,000 on lawyers during the high-profile disputes.
Despite walking away from another franchise, Virgin Trains and Stagecoach shared £51.2m in dividends.
Britain's Lucy Charles takes silver in the Ironman World Championship behind Daniela Ryf who wins despite being stung by a jellyfish.
Patisserie Valerie boss Luke Johnson said he did not know about two overdrafts totalling £9.7m.
High pressure water and sand are applied to the tracks to remove "slippery" leaves.