News in Britain
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Has Birmingham recovered from the 2008 recession?
- Paramedic's plea: 'I don't come to work to be spat at'
- Rise in type 2 diabetes 'needs change in law'
- Walter Zenga has Wolves squad's full support - Dave Edwards
- Solihull Moors 0-3 Tranmere Rovers
- Swindon Town 0-2 Walsall
- Driver smashes car through garage wall in Brownhills
- Wolverhampton citizen's arrest: Bag snatch suspect dies in hospital
- Wife pays tribute to man stabbed to death in Birmingham
- Snowdonia walker Kenneth Hands 'fell like a rag doll'
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Suspected migrants found in lorry in Bristol
- Oldham Athletic 0-2 Bristol Rovers
- Severn Tunnel reopens after £10m electrification work
- The human cost of dairy farm closures in the West
- Fire above Jolly's department store in Bath 'treated as arson'
- Bristol City v Blackburn Rovers
- Bristol mayor investigates Stoke Lane one-way road misery
- Baby gorilla meets troop for first time
- Tom Hiddleston to play villainous role in new Aardman film Early Man
- Former Ch Supt Gary Davies charged with sexual assault
Cornwall Council News feed
- Have fun this Halloween – dress children safely (1)
- Cornwall Housing tenants launch volunteer Digital Champions team
- Criminal conviction for woman from Par who sold fake goods in St Ives
- Cornwall Council prepares to transfer sites to St Austell Town Council
- Improved access to homes in Penvale Villas, Penryn
- Plymouth man pleads guilty to fly-tipping near Bodmin
- Local motor dealer prosecuted for selling misdescribed and unroadworthy vehicles
- A30 Temple to Higher Carblake improvement - overnight closures planned
- Lost 1690 map of Falmouth rediscovered
- Have you registered to vote?
BBC Essex News Feed
- Fire destroys roof of 150-year-old pub at Great Wakering
- Armed raiders break through locked door of Dunmow bookmakers
- Burglars tie up Great Leighs couple and take cash
- The bereavement midwife: Is this the saddest job in England?
- Man being held in custody in hospital flees in bed gown
- Basildon boy charged with burglary and motoring offences
- Dover Athletic v Braintree Town
- Colchester United v Morecambe
- Milton Keynes Dons v Southend United
- Braintree Town sign Claudio Dias and Joe Taylor
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Portsmouth's Gareth Evans knows team must start to deliver in League Two
- Wightlink Raiders abandon season after Ryde Arena ice rink closure
- New Southsea to Ryde hovercraft crossings cancelled
- Paul Pollock fourth in Great South Run in Portsmouth as Chris Thompson wins
- Thousands compete in Great South Run in Portsmouth
- Hampshire's Hythe Ferry service protest held
- Titanic locker key to be auctioned
- Torquay United v Aldershot Town
- Lincoln City v Eastleigh
- Portsmouth v Notts County
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Paolo Odogwu: Sale Sharks wing resembles Jason Robinson, says Steve Diamond
- Bury v Bolton Wanderers
- Rashford beaten by Sanches to award for top European junior
- Ming Jiang in court charged with murder over body found in suitcase
- Justin Bieber walks off stage in Manchester after asking fans to stop screaming
- Antonio Conte: Chelsea boss says he "did not mock Manchester United"
- Why it is too early to write off Man Utd's title hopes - Phil Neville
- Eric Bailly: Manchester United defender suffers 'bad knee injury'
- Pep Guardiola: Manchester City individuals are not to blame for poor form
- Man hit by van in Swinton dies
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Red Arrows touch down in China on world tour
- Lincoln City v Eastleigh
- Hayley Milne: Bright future beckons for stand-out Para-swimmer
- Hayley Milne: Para-swimmer focused on Tokyo 2020 Games
- Spalding man dies four days after being found injured
- Lincolnshire devolution deal in doubt after no vote
- Lincolnshire Police continues global search for new chief
- Sibsey crash: One dead and two seriously injured
- Spalding murders: Teen killers' case to be reviewed
- FA Cup: Stamford players eye American bonus after Wrexham giant-killing
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Chiltern Humanists host “My Death, My Decision” A talk by Phil Cheatle 8 November
- 2nd Amersham Common Scout Group Jumble Sale – Amersham – 15 October
- Autumn Craft Fair for Christian Aid – Amersham – 29 October
- Sew Much Fun Workshops – Amersham – 25 October
- Chiltern Humanists Afternoon Meeting 11th October
- Chesham Theatre Company Presents Agatha Christie’s “The Unexpected Guest” 10-12 November
- Chiltern Humanists September Meeting (13/09/16)
- Lt. Missenden Festival of Music and the Arts – October 7th – 16th
- Movie on the Lawn, an outdoor screening of Top Gun – September 3
- Beginner’s Guide to Freelance Journalism: a day workshop – Amersham – October 1
The Christian owners of a Northern Ireland bakery lose an appeal against a ruling that their refusal to make a 'gay cake' was discriminatory.
Two men are arrested in connection with the deaths of a man and his daughter in West Yorkshire.
A sculpture by British war artist Paul Nash that was found in pieces in a cardboard box this year after being lost for decades is about to go on show at Tate Britain.
The prison service in England and Wales is failing to protect the public because it is not rehabilitating offenders well enough, according to a new report.
The prime minister is to offer the leaders of the three devolved governments a "direct line" to Brexit Secretary David Davis ahead of the UK's negotiations to leave the EU.
A cross-party group of 105 MPs sign a letter calling on Barack Obama to block the extradition of a British man suspected of hacking into US computers.
England beat Bangladesh by 22 runs on the final morning of the first Test in Chittagong.
A man is charged with murder following the discovery of a dismembered and burnt man in a suitcase in a lay-by near the Peak District.
British banker Rurik Jutting, accused of murdering two Indonesian women in Hong Kong, pleads not guilty at the start of his trial.
Comedians and friends pay tribute to the "amazing" contribution to British TV of Dad's Army creator Jimmy Perry after his death at the age of 93.
Migrants and police clashed overnight as the 'Jungle' in Calais faces demolition.
The young men conscripted to fight in Egypt during the Suez Emergency recall their experiences.
The closure of the Jungle camp in Calais is the main focus for Monday's front pages.
Members of a Scottish teaching union are taking part in industrial action in a dispute over workloads.
Heading a football can significantly affect a player's brain function and memory for 24 hours, a study finds.
Clothes made by child refugees in Turkey are ending up among those sold by leading British brands, a Panorama investigation reveals.
Sir Peter Schaffer's famous Amadeus opera about Mozart returns to its spiritual home of London's National Theatre.
Photographer Ed Gold explores the woodland community at Tinkers Bubble in Somerset.
A three-day stand-off between armed police and a man feared to have petrol at his home ends.
Commanders say that large advances have been made against the Islamic State group in northern Iraq, but there have been losses.