BBC News Headlines
The UK government money will be spent on fencing, CCTV and infrared detection technology.
The Newsnight presenter speaks about being harassed by a former friend for more than two decades.
Gusts of up to 83mph bring down trees and damage electric wires across parts of the UK.
The radio and TV host was found to be over the legal limit while returning from a pub near his home.
Lifeguards were being trained how to use the drone when the drama unfolded in what's being called a world first rescue.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says it is "likely" forward Alexis Sanchez will join Premier League rivals Manchester United.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says the VAR system let his team down after Willian?s penalty appeal was rejected during the FA Cup win over Norwich.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill will meet for talks with members of the Scottish FA on Thursday.
Craig Bellamy is disappointed to have lost out to Ryan Giggs as Wales manager but says the FAW has made the right choice.
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique agrees a new contract until 2022 that includes a £440m buyout clause.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes is "raring to go" after being made available for selection again, says head coach Trevor Bayliss.
England vice-captain Anya Shrubsole wins the ICC's Spirit of Cricket award for her "humility and sportsmanship" during last year's World Cup.
Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is ruled out of the second one-day international against England because of illness.
Watch highlights of England Under-19s' win over Bangladesh by seven wickets, including a century from captain Harry Brook, at the U19 World Cup in New Zealand.
South Africa's Jiveshan Pillay is controversially given out obstructing the field after he picked up the ball to return it to West Indies' fielders at the Under-19 World Cup.
Hey, Reg can entertain children. IP freely, anyone, IP freely?
How do you get seven-year-olds interested in intellectual property? Anyway, indeed, why would you want to? No matter, the Intellectual Property Office has launched a cartoon answering the question no one has ever asked.
When Britain?s future hung in the balance in 1940, a covert army of men, women and children set to work in network of sheds, garages and bus depots across Britain building desperately needed Supermarine Spitfires for the RAF?s war effort.
Billions of pounds are lost annually to lies. As we become more digital and more connected through web, devices and social the reach of liars and the consequences of their actions assume bigger and more personal proportions - compromised bank accounts, stolen personal data and lost intellectual property.
It?s the end of the road for the internal combustion engine, right? Volvo will only make electric and hybrid vehicles after 2019 while Britain, France, Germany and others have pledged to stop the sale of and petrol vehicles during the next 20 years.
All that stands between you and zero g is skill and a rubber duck
Anyone who has grown up watching the antics of Apollo astronauts aboard Skylab or the acrobatics of Shuttle and ISS crews has likely dreamed of experiencing weightlessness. Ideally in a way that doesn't involve either a sickening drop in an elevator or alarming turbulence over the Atlantic.
Newcastle United News
Ex-England, Charlton and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker announces his retirement from football.
HMRC officers seized documents from Newcastle United as part of a tax fraud investigation.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Matz Sels joins Belgian champions Anderlecht on a season-long loan.
Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
Papiss Cisse leads the tributes at a memorial for former Newcastle team-mate Cheick Tiote, who died after collapsing in training in China.