A US tourist was killed and five others were injured in the attack last year.
A report says the free nursery place scheme should be aimed at poorer children.
A spoof Twitter account for Ken Clarke has gained a strong following
Alastair Cook resigns as England Test captain after leading the side in a record 59 Tests.
The Queen makes history again, becoming the first British monarch to reign for 65 years.
A case of female genital mutilation (FGM) is either discovered or treated at a medical appointment in England every hour, a charity has said.
As the UK marks National Sickie Day, the Money Advice Service explains sick pay rights for workers.
Counter-extremism group warns of plight of young people from camps in conflict zones.
Justin Webb looks at an elderly Bristol woman's struggle to find a care home place.
The Queen wears jewellery of the 65th anniversary gemstone, sapphire, in David Bailey's photograph.
Children need to know where they can turn for help, says a mental health charity.
The WikiLeaks founder has been living inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for more than four years.
BBC News visits the winner of "Britain's Favourite Market" to see how these community cornerstones are coping in the competitive world of modern retail.
Anika Vassell spent years covering her white patches up with makeup.
Deaths classed as "unexpected" at mental health trusts include suicide, neglect and misadventure.
"Adam Henton" was offered three times more job interviews than "Mohamed Allam", a BBC study finds.
Paul Symington, head of the Symington Family Estates port wine business, shares his business secrets.
The family of Deakon Wilkins thank the public for their help after police find a man's body.
About 23,000 more families wrongly stripped of tax credits will have cases reviewed, government says.
Dennis Alan is putting his natural appearance to good use, as a Donald Trump impersonator.
Moves to target 'health tourism' and claims David Beckham was blackmailed over hacked emails are among Monday's headlines.
Seven sports will have appeals heard this week against UK Sport's funding cuts before the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
They were racing during a marathon training day at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Britain reach the Davis Cup quarter-finals after Canada's 17-year-old Denis Shapovalov is defaulted for hitting the umpire with a ball.
From the beginning to the end of a lifetime, patients recount their experiences of the NHS.
Over 150 mosques across the UK have held open days to welcome people of all faiths, or none.
Gang police investigating as witness describes the scene as like a "war zone".
A BBC investigation finds employers are less likely to consider applicants with Muslim-sounding names.
The 21-year-old criticises Viagogo for not making the total cost clear enough.
The ban will not improve safety and could endanger Christians in the Middle East, says Cardinal Vincent Nichols.
Wales score 30 unanswered points in the second half as their Six Nations begins with a win against Italy in Rome.
A retired general says Army vetting procedures will be tightened after a Royal Marine pleaded guilty to terror offences.
The 62-year-old has passed away after a short battle with cancer, the BBC confirms.
Theodore Silvester was a foundation pupil at Anlaby Primary School in Hull.
Rugby union referee Nigel Owens speaks to BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs about coming to terms with being gay.
A minister promises action, admitting housing has become "less and less affordable".
Amateur footage captures the blaze at a recycling centre in Milton, Stoke-on-Trent.
Fire crews received 78 calls in just 10 minutes to alert them to the major blaze.
The vehicle was seen leaving a North Yorkshire town with no lights on.
Father-of-two Jason Liversidge hears his new voice for the first time.