Parts of England will be threatened with serious flooding for several days due to swollen rivers, the Environment Agency has warned.
A 39-year-old sports therapist has been found guilty of murdering an elderly man with a crossbow outside his home in Anglesey last year.
Anthony Joshua's undisputed world title fight against Tyson Fury "will happen", according to promoter Eddie Hearn who said he will do "everything it takes" to agree a deal.
Footage of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi scoping out the venue during a Take That concert, days before his suicide attack killed 22 people, has been shown to a jury.
The body of a teenage boy has been found in the River Wear, Durham Police have said.
Julian Assange "put lives at risk" by disseminating classified materials through WikiLeaks, a lawyer representing the US has said on the first day of extradition hearings.
Two ticket touts who made millions of pounds from reselling pop concert seats at inflated prices have been jailed for a total of six-and-a-half years.
Yorkshire Tea has urged social media users to "try to be kind" after unwittingly being put at the centre of a "political mudfight" by new Chancellor Rishi Sunak.
Primary school children have been banned from heading in football training in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Families affected by flooding have "lost literally every single thing they had", an MP has revealed as he made an impassioned plea for greater government help.