England fly-half Danny Cipriani is charged with improper conduct by the Rugby Football Union after an incident in a Jersey nightclub.
The criminal case against soldier Sean Diamond had been found not proven following a trial last year.
The man and woman, from east London, are accused of female genital mutilation of the girl.
England batsman Jason Roy is to miss Surrey's final T20 Blast group game because of a self-inflicted facial injury.
The foundation said all donations had been accounted for and would be published in accounts.
Excitement is building in Scarborough ahead of the arrival of American superstar Britney Spears.
Actors and writers on Twitter have been sharing their experiences of being rejected.
Huge plumes of smoke billowed from the building that engulfed in flames in Essex.
The adult film star fails to make anticipated appearances on Celebrity Big Brother and Loose Women.
Ben Stokes will make his England return in the third Test against India on Saturday - four days after being cleared of affray.
A legal review is under way after police discover that taking photographs in Manx courts is not illegal.
Manchester United make a much-anticipated return to women's football against Liverpool this weekend, after 13 years away.
Fuad Ghalib was left with life-changing injuries after being struck by Khalyl Mattis in Moss Side.
A 42-year-old woman was hit by a shuttlecock when she was 14 and thought the lens had fallen out.
Complete with driving licence and an Eric Cantona photo, it was posted through a police station door.
Firefighters are preparing to leave the scene after dealing with the blaze for more than a month.
The 40th birthday present was lost in a vegetable garden in Somerset 12 years ago.
The entertainer, who had cancer, starred in ChuckleVision with his brother for 22 years.
The ex-University Challenge captains will tour the country on a hunt for hidden gems of British ingenuity.
North Ayrshire Council makes tampons and sanitary towels available free of charge in all public buildings.
The 32-year-old begins hosting the Radio 1 breakfast show from Monday.
Funding aims to boost security and conditions at prisons in England with the most "acute problems".
Sheku Kanneh-Mason wins the Breakthrough Award for selling 30,000 copies of his debut album.
Ben has served five years inside HMP Oakwood and has used that time to become a mentor.
Search interest in the word "wasp" in the UK was the highest in five years between 5 and 11 August.
Misconduct cases were brought against 14 teachers in Birmingham but only one was found at fault.
Friday's newspapers are dominated by the death of the "queen of soul" Aretha Franklin and reaction to Danny Cipriani's court case.
Jaiden Mangan was killed crossing the road on the way to nursery the day before his fourth birthday.
Get to know who's who in this year's edition of Celebrity Big Brother.
The TUC found most workers believe firms are stepping up surveillance of internet use and toilet breaks.
A mother who lost four babies in four years says she went through a "harrowing experience" trying to get help.
The veteran Scottish rockers are preparing to play their final concerts after 45 years in the music business.
The stadium builder and Swansea Council are being sued by a management company for £1.3m.
The department store chain promises to refund customers after a dispute held up online deliveries.
Supt Annmarie Cowley describes the attack in Camberwell as "beyond comprehension".
Farah Hashi had his passport seized after setting off dozens of speed cameras in a rented supercar.
Simonne Kerr, who was found dead on Wednesday, performed on the talent show with an NHS choir.
James Callaghan says he was trying to help by printing off photos of a suspected thief.
Staff at Vodafone call centres have broken the rules on security checks, leaving customers open to fraud.
It has been taken off a list of mountains over 2,000 feet in England, Wales and Ireland.