France Killings: Julian Stevenson In Court
A British man has arrived at a court in France where he is expected to be formally charged with killing his two children.
Gas Blast: Jeanette and Leslie Rourke Named
A man and a woman who died in a gas explosion at a house in Nottinghamshire have been named locally as Leslie Rourke, 71, and his daughter-in-law Jeanette Rourke.
TV Punch-Up: Lebedev Pleads Not Guilty
Newspaper tycoon Alexander Lebedev has pleaded not guilty to a charge of politically-motivated hooliganism at the start of his trial for punching a fellow oligarch during a TV debate.
Gay Marriage: Labour Won't Back Amendment
Labour has launched a bid to save a Government bill to legalise gay marriage, amid fears that a "wrecking amendment" extending civil partnerships to heterosexual couples could stall the legislation.
April Jones: Bridger Denies Sexual Assault
The man accused of murdering schoolgirl April Jones told police he "most certainly did not" sexual assault her, a court has heard.