Crowds of supporters and opponents of the former EDL leader turn out for the contempt of court hearing.
Essex Police said Spanish authorities are leading the investigation into a 'racist' rant on a flight.
PC Tom Dorman says people "ran out of their homes" to stop "catastrophic" bleeding in his leg.
A painting created by artificial intelligence will be auctioned by Christie's this week.
An end to violence seemed as far away as ever after the Shankill bomb in Belfast in 1993.
UK competitor Paul Guest was embraced by his team-mate after being unsettled by a helicopter.
Investigating unsolved Northern Ireland killings would be unfair on veterans, say 150 Tory MPs and peers.
BBC Reality Check looks at whether universities have banned books, speakers or changed course content.
Four years ago, Peter had a stroke and lost the ability to speak. This year, on the day he had a second stroke, it came back.
The actor explains the lengths he went to to avoid his portrayal of the Queen star becoming a crude impersonation.
John Morrison says a lot has changed since he edited the flagship BBC news programme from 1987-1990.
Smart speakers using Welsh are a key aim in a new Welsh Government technology strategy.
One brand of meat-free "bacon" is saltier than Atlantic seawater, according to Action on Salt's report.
The event in Inverness' Victorian Market will mark the close of the ZombieNess festival.
The Scottish region is named one of the travel guide's top 10 destinations for 2019.
Primary schools are closed and home care services disrupted as unions stage a 48-hour walkout
Campaigners say they increase obesity levels, but local authorities say they need more powers to curb their growth.
The comedian announced the news via a friend's Instagram story, and a photoshopped picture.
Health data shows a lower proportion of women have been having the test when they should.
The government is being urged to put the interests of children at the heart of its financial plans.
The PM's Commons showdown on Brexit attracts headlines alongside a study into toxic microplastics.
Alex Lewis will attempt to summit Ras Dashen mountain in Ethiopia in January using a special buggy and rock climbing.
Afia has fostered 27 children in Tower Hamlets - now she's won an award for exceptional contributions to foster care.
The walkout will be the longest yet in the dispute over the role of guards on South Western Railway.
Koshka Duff says she was stripped naked, manhandled and humiliated by a group of police officers.
Competitors bellow across the moors in the hope of a return call from a mating stag.
Eight Britons are known to have been killed fighting with the Kurdish militia against the Islamic State group.
A breakdown of where the government's money comes from and where it goes.
A report by an academic at Stirling University says the animals can help improve natural habitats.
Flags are held up as a guard of honour at "Harry" Hardy's funeral, who refereed until he was 88.
A signed book and a wheelchair owned by Prof Stephen Hawking will also go under the hammer.
Michael Fabricant is campaigning for a nude charity bike ride in his Lichfield constituency.
Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, 15, died after suffering an allergic reaction to a Pret sandwich in 2016.
Joachim Ronneberg, who has died aged 99, led team who sabotaged a Nazi nuclear facility in 1943.
Louise Jennings was 26 years old when she fought in World War Two as Robert Jennings.
The art student was "freaking out" when she was asked to make the rapper a birthday present.
Sunday's episode of Doctor Who saw Jodie Whittaker meeting civil right activist, Rosa Parks.
He had been drinking and he died in hospital after being found unconscious, an inquest hears.
The Elkins are being forced to sell their house because they've been stuck on high interest rates.
Two-year-old Oscar has been tested for HIV after pricking his finger in a Wetherspoon's, his mum says.