UK News BBC News Feed: Sainsbury's hit by falling food prices
Sainsbury's reports a fall in annual underlying profits as declining food prices continue to hurt the supermarket chain.
UK News BBC News Feed: Police hunt after jewellery raid
A jewellery shop is raided at a north London shopping centre, with sledge hammers and pick-axes recovered afterwards.
UK News BBC News Feed: Police dig at child rapists' former home
The garden at the former home of a jailed paedophile couple, who knew serial killers Fred and Rose West, is being dug up by police based on a tip-off.
UK News BBC News Feed: EU exit 'could take years to complete'
Leaving the EU would involve years of "complex and daunting" negotiations, peers warn, but Leave campaigners say it should only take two years.
UK News BBC News Feed: PM urged to accept lone Syrian children
The government is coming under increasing pressure to accept 3,000 child refugees from the Syrian war who have made it into Europe unaccompanied.
UK News BBC News Feed: The National Childbirth Trust's 60 years of advice
Sixty years of advice from the National Childbirth Trust
UK News BBC News Feed: Primary academies 'mixed results'
High-achieving primary schools which become academies show no improvement, but weaker schools make more progress, according to research.
UK News BBC News Feed: Final push for votes ahead of polls
Party leaders will make a final appeal for votes ahead of Thursday's devolved elections in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales and English local polls.
UK News BBC News Feed: Call to stop council tax bailiffs
Vulnerable residents with council tax debts should be given breathing space to repay arrears rather than face the threat of bailiffs, two charities say.
UK News BBC News Feed: Broadband ads 'mislead and must change'
The Advertising Standards Authority rules that broadband ads need to be clearer, following evidence the public do not understand current ones.