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Thursday 2nd October

Wenger praises 'electric' Welbeck

9AM - BBC News

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Danny Welbeck is "electric" after his hat-trick in the 4-1 win against Galatasaray.


Symons 'good for Fulham' - Coleman

9AM - BBC News

Kit Symons will not be able to keep his job in Wales' coaching set-up if he is named Fulham manager, says Chris Coleman.


Tottenham Hotspur v Besiktas

9AM - BBC News

Danny Rose is a doubt as Tottenham look to pick up their first Europa League group stage win against Beskitas.


London at bottom of cancer table

9AM - BBC News

Eight of London's NHS trusts score in the bottom 10 of a cancer patient-experience league table.


Alice Gross post-mortem to resume

8AM - BBC News

A post-mortem examination on the body of murdered 14-year-old Alice Gross will resume later.


UK universities slip down rankings

8AM - BBC News

Three UK universities lose their place in the top 200 of a global higher education league table while elite universities such as Imperial College London hold their ground.


Will our cities be congestion-free?

8AM - BBC News

What will transport look like in our future cities and will it be easier to find a parking space?


Wednesday 1st October

Fulham 4-0 Bolton Wanderers

11PM - BBC News

Fulham beat fellow Championship strugglers Bolton 4-0 for their third successive win under caretaker manager Kit Symons.


Arsenal 4-1 Galatasaray

10PM - BBC News

Danny Welbeck scores his first senior hat-trick as 10-man Arsenal beat Galatasaray 4-1 in the Champions League.


HK protest at London Chinese embassy

9PM - BBC News

Demonstrators gather outside the Chinese embassy in London to support pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.


VIDEO: Body found is Alice Gross, say police

8PM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of missing 14-year-old schoolgirl Alice Gross are now treating it as a murder inquiry after a body was found in a west London river


River body confirmed as missing Alice

8PM - BBC News

A body found in a west London river is that of missing Alice Gross, the Metropolitan Police confirm.


Youths guilty of '45-second killing'

7PM - BBC News

A gang of youths are found guilty of beating a job seeker to death in 45 seconds at a community centre in south-west London.


Porter resigns from Orient board

4PM - BBC News

Matt Porter resigns from Leyton Orient's board of directors, claiming owner Francesco Becchetti requested he step down.


VIDEO: Alice disappearance a murder inquiry

3PM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of missing 14-year-old schoolgirl Alice Gross are now treating it as a murder inquiry after a body was found in a west London river


Treat stalkers 'like sex offenders'

3PM - BBC News

The families of two women murdered by ex-partners say stalkers should have to sign a register similar to that monitoring sex offenders.


'We're devastated for Alice's family'

3PM - BBC News

Locals speak of loss after body find


Family appeal over Syria case teen

1PM - BBC News

The family of a missing 15-year-old girl who is feared to have travelled to Syria with another teenager from London, make an appeal for her return.


VIDEO: Muslim hate crime 'up 65% in London'

10AM - BBC News

Hate crime against Muslims in London has risen by 65% over the last 12 months, Metropolitan Police figures show.


VIDEO: Alice disappearance now a murder inquiry

10AM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of missing 14-year-old schoolgirl Alice Gross are now treating it as a murder inquiry after a body was found in a west London river


Arsenal v Galatasaray

10AM - BBC News

Preview of Wednesday's Champions League Group D game between Arsenal and Galatasaray.


Girl, 15, 'may be heading to Syria'

10AM - BBC News

A teenage girl from Bristol who was reported missing may be attempting to get to Syria with a girl from London, police say.


Body find sparks Alice murder probe

10AM - BBC News

The disappearance of teenager Alice Gross is now being treated as a murder inquiry after a "significantly concealed" body is found.


Body found in Alice Gross search

9AM - BBC News

The disappearance of teenager Alice Gross is now being treated as a murder inquiry after a "significantly concealed" body is found.


VIDEO: 'Significant efforts to conceal body'

8AM - BBC News

Police searching for missing 14-year-old Alice Gross confirm they have found a body in the River Brent.


VIDEO: Body found during Alice Gross search

7AM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of missing 14-year-old schoolgirl Alice Gross find a body in a west London river.


Premiere for Spandau Ballet film

7AM - BBC News

Eighties pop legends Spandau Ballet perform some of their greatest hits at the premiere of a film about their at times turbulent career.


Laureate role 'rooted' poet in city

7AM - BBC News

Laureate role 'rooted' poet in city


Boris v Theresa: Speech battle

7AM - BBC News

Whose speech was better at the Conference?


Gross case now a murder inquiry

7AM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of teenager Alice Gross confirm the case is now a murder inquiry after a body is found.


Millwall 1-3 Birmingham City

12AM - BBC News

Birmingham City pick up their first away win of the Championship season with a 3-1 victory at Millwall.


Tuesday 30th September

Welling United 2-2 Dartford

11PM - BBC News

Honours end even in the derby between Welling and Dartford as they share four goals in a frenetic first half.


Watford 2-1 Brentford

11PM - BBC News

Billy McKinlay wins his first game in charge of Watford as a Matej Vydra strike earns three points against Brentford.


Man, 18, charged with stab murder

11PM - BBC News

An 18-year-old student is remanded in custody charged with murder following a fatal stabbing in Essex.


Braintree Town 1-1 Barnet

10PM - BBC News

Free-scoring Barnet are held by battling Braintree as their lead at the top of the Conference is cut to two points.


Norwich City 0-1 Charlton Athletic

10PM - BBC News

Championship leaders Norwich suffer a shock home defeat as Johnnie Jackson scores a dramatic late winner for Charlton.


Sporting Lisbon 0-1 Chelsea

10PM - BBC News

Nemanja Matic scores a first-half header as Chelsea beat Sporting Lisbon to go top of Champions League Group G.


DJ Fox arrested over 'sex assaults'

9PM - BBC News

Radio DJ Neil Fox - known as "Dr Fox" - is arrested in London by police investigating claims of sex offences.


DJ Neil Fox held over 'sex assaults'

6PM - BBC News

Radio DJ Neil Fox - known as "Dr Fox" - is arrested in London by police investigating claims of historical sex offences.


Fulham v Bolton Wanderers

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Fulham and Bolton Wanderers.


Watford boss McKinlay ends NI role

5PM - BBC News

Watford's new head coach Billy McKinlay steps down from his role as assistant to Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill.


Murphy and McBride aid Fulham search

4PM - BBC News

Ex-Fulham players Danny Murphy and Brian McBride are on a five-man committee to help owner Shahid Khan find a new boss.


Billy Elliot show tops UK box office

4PM - BBC News

A special live screening of Billy Elliot the Musical Live tops the UK and Ireland box office taking 1.9m - making it the highest grossing event cinema release.


New Giroud contract agreed - Wenger

3PM - BBC News

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has agreed a new contract with the club, manager Arsene Wenger reveals.


Burglar who fled up tree jailed

3PM - BBC News

A burglar who caused delays for thousands of commuters when he fled up a tree overhanging a railway line is jailed.


VIDEO: Johnson gives 'permission to purr'

2PM - BBC News

David Cameron smiles as Boris Johnson gives Tory delegates "permission to purr" over the Scottish referendum result.


'Fantasies' of 'Breaking Bad' accused

2PM - BBC News

A woman who allegedly poisoned her mother in a murder plot inspired by the TV series Breaking Bad tells a court she imagined herself in the show.


Sainsbury's 'spend more' poster gaffe

2PM - BBC News

A poster encouraging Sainsbury's staff to get customers to spend more is put up in a store window by mistake.


Fraser queries Middlesex resolve

1PM - BBC News

Middlesex director of cricket Angus Fraser queries the resolve of some of his squad after narrowly staying up.


World wildlife populations 'plummet'

1PM - BBC News

The global loss of species is even worse than previously thought, with wildlife populations halving in just 40 years, a report says.


Sporting Lisbon v Chelsea

11AM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Champions League game between Sporting Lisbon and Chelsea.


Ex-Tory deputy mayor backs UKIP

11AM - BBC News

A former Conservative deputy mayor of London switches his allegiance to UKIP.


Tube extension consultation begins

9AM - BBC News

A public consultation begins into plans to extend the Bakerloo Line south.


Annual house price growth 'slows'

8AM - BBC News

The annual pace of house price growth slowed to 9.4% in September in England and Wales, according to the Nationwide.


VIDEO: Could VR help build better cities?

7AM - BBC News

Could VR help build better cities?


Scans 'could halve stillbirth rate'

7AM - BBC News

More than half of stillbirths in the UK could be prevented if the NHS implemented additional scans, a leading London obstetrician tells Panorama.


Monday 29th September

VIDEO: Switching to UKIP 'utterly nuts'

9PM - BBC News

London mayor Boris Johnson says it is a great time to be a Tory and Conservatives would be "nuts" to defect to UKIP.


Boris: Only Tories 'serious' over EU

9PM - BBC News

Boris Johnson urges the "great conservative family" to unite to defeat Labour at the general election in the wake of two Tory MPs defecting to UKIP.


VIDEO: Boy guilty of girlfriend's gun death

8PM - BBC News

A teenage boy has been found guilty of shooting his 15-year-old girlfriend dead after she went to give him a birthday present.


Park searched in missing Alice hunt

7PM - BBC News

The hunt for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross moves to a National Trust-owned estate near to where she was last seen more than a month ago.


Watford v Brentford

6PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Championship game between Watford and Brentford.


Tan wants Slade to break record

6PM - BBC News

Cardiff owner Vincent Tan hopes would-be boss Russell Slade can one day beat Arsene Wenger's 18-year Arsenal record.


'Blunders' made in Mafia extradition

6PM - BBC News

Prosecutors made a "comical series of blunders" in attempts to extradite a Mafia fugitive, a court hears.


Norwich City v Charlton Athletic

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Championship game between Norwich City and Charlton Athletic.


Film art dominates Turner Prize show

5PM - BBC News

Film art dominates Turner Prize show


Boy, 15, guilty of shooting girl dead

5PM - BBC News

A teenage boy is found guilty of shooting his 15-year-old girlfriend dead after she went to give him a birthday present.


Poisoning accused 'beaten by mother'

4PM - BBC News

A woman who allegedly poisoned her mother in a Breaking Bad-inspired plot tells a court she was beaten by her.


Mafia fugitive left 'trembling'

4PM - BBC News

A man convicted in Italy of links to the Mafia suffers "claustrophobia and trembling", a London court hears.


Footballer fined for police assault

3PM - BBC News

West Ham footballer James Tomkins is fined for assaulting a police officer after an incident at an Essex nightclub.


Orient job would 'excite' Nugent

2PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient caretaker manager Kevin Nugent says the chance to take on the job full-time would "certainly excite" him.


Garcia steps down as Watford boss

1PM - BBC News

Oscar Garcia steps down as Watford boss 27 days into his tenure following ill health and is replaced by Billy McKinlay.


Slade in Cardiff 'consultant' role

1PM - BBC News

Cardiff owner Vincent Tan says managerial target Russell Slade is helping them "a little bit on consultancy".


Surrey sign Hampshire's Balcombe

1PM - BBC News

Surrey sign 29-year-old Hampshire fast bowler David Balcombe on a two-year contract.


Lloyds fires eight staff over Libor

1PM - BBC News

Lloyds Banking Group dismisses eight staff members following an investigation into the manipulation of some key interest rates set in London.


FC Romania's FA Cup dreams dashed

12PM - BBC News

FA Cup debutants FC Romania's dreams of reaching the FA Cup first-round proper come to an end against Sutton United.


Man jailed for Twitter abuse of MP

12PM - BBC News

A man who sent abusive messages to Labour MP Stella Creasy after she backed a campaign to put Jane Austen on the 10 note is jailed.


Redknapp support for temporary subs

10AM - BBC News

QPR boss Harry Redknapp calls on football to consider allowing temporary substitutions to improve the treatment of concussion.


VIDEO: Boosting heart attack survival odds

9AM - BBC News

Every day around 30 Londoners suffer heart attacks or cardiac arrests, but survival rates across the capital are hugely variable with the best odds at specialist centres.


Boris in 'utterly nuts' UKIP warning

9AM - BBC News

Conservative politicians thinking of switching to UKIP must be "utterly nuts", claims London Mayor Boris Johnson.


Sunday 28th September

Chelsea enquire over Twickenham move

7PM - BBC News

Chelsea have contacted the RFU about the possibility of playing at Twickenham for a season while Stamford Bridge is redeveloped.


VIDEO: Japanese culture celebrated in city

6PM - BBC News

Japan Matsuri, a celebration of Japanese culture, is held in Trafalgar Square.


Katherine Jenkins weds US director

5PM - BBC News

Singer Katherine Jenkins marries her American fiance at Hampton Court in London.


Exeter Chiefs 36-13 Harlequins

4PM - BBC News

Exeter Chiefs earn their first Premiership win at Sandy Park since March with a clinical victory over Harlequins.


VIDEO: Runners back Alice Gross campaign

4PM - BBC News

Runners in the Ealing Half Marathon in London have been showing their support for the campaign to find missing schoolgirl Alice Gross by wearing yellow ribbons - the symbol of the #FindAlice appeal.


Chelsea inquire over Twickenham move

4PM - BBC News

Chelsea have contacted the RFU about the possibility of playing at Twickenham for a season while Stamford Bridge is redeveloped.


Engagement party in overnight walk

4PM - BBC News

A couple from south London cancel their engagement party at the last minute and convince all 62 of their guests to walk a half marathon overnight.


Engagement party does overnight walk

1PM - BBC News

A couple from south London cancel their engagement party at the last minute and convince all 62 of their guests to walk a half marathon overnight.


RAF drafted in for Alice search

9AM - BBC News

The RAF is drafted in to help with the search for missing Alice Gross, as runners taking part in the Ealing Half Marathon say they will wear yellow ribbons in support.


An electronic revolution in the doctor's bag

9AM - BBC News

The rise of the stethoscope led doctors to touch their patients, its decline may lead to them talk more.


Saturday 27th September

Seven years until London Jaguars?

9PM - BBC News

The NFL wants to put a permanent team in London by 2021 and believes the market is there to sustain it, writes Matt Slater.


Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur

8PM - BBC News

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's equaliser earns Arsenal a point in an entertaining north London against Tottenham.


Altrincham 0-4 Welling United

7PM - BBC News

Welling secure their first away win of the Conference season in emphatic style as score four to beat Altrincham.


Saracens 40-19 Sale Sharks

7PM - BBC News

Alex Goode's early try sets Saracens on their way to a fourth successive Premiership win as they see off Sale Sharks.


Leyton Orient 2-3 Rochdale

7PM - BBC News

Two goals from Matty Done are enough to give 10-man Rochdale a 3-2 win at managerless Leyton Orient.


Huddersfield Town 2-1 Millwall

6PM - BBC News

A Nahki Wells brace gives Huddersfield Town boss Chris Powell his first win as Terriers manager at Millwall's expense.


Charlton Athletic 0-0 Middlesbrough

6PM - BBC News

10-man Middlesbrough hang on to earn a first draw of the season against Charlton at The Valley.


Saracens 40-19 Sale

6PM - BBC News

Alex Goode's early try sets Saracens on their way to a fourth successive Premiership win as they see off Sale.


Newport County 4-1 AFC Wimbledon

5PM - BBC News

Striker Joe Pigott is on target twice to help Newport County to an impressive home win over AFC Wimbledon.


Birmingham City 1-2 Fulham

5PM - BBC News

Managerless Fulham come from a goal behind to claim their first Championship victory of the season at Birmingham City.


Brentford 2-0 Leeds United

5PM - BBC News

Leeds United start life under new head coach Darko Milanic with a disappointing defeat at Brentford.


Southampton 2-1 Queens Park Rangers

5PM - BBC News

Southampton record a fourth successive Premier League victory against a QPR side still searching for their first point on the road.


Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa

5PM - BBC News

Diego Costa scores his eighth goal of the season for leaders Chelsea who ease to victory against Aston Villa.


Crystal Palace 2-0 Leicester City

5PM - BBC News

Two goals in the space of three minutes at the start of the second half give Crystal Palace victory over Leicester.


Manchester United 2-1 West Ham United

5PM - BBC News

Wayne Rooney is sent off for Manchester United as his side cling on to beat West Ham for their second league win of the season.


Man accused of Terrorism Act breach

2PM - BBC News

A man has appeared in court accused of breaching requirements imposed on him under the Counter Terrorism Act.


Olympic medallist Tyler dies aged 94

1PM - BBC News

Dorothy Tyler, the first British woman to win an individual Olympic medal in athletics, in Berlin in 1936, dies.


Katherine Jenkins prepares to marry

12PM - BBC News

Singer Katherine Jenkins is preparing to marry her American fiance at Hampton Court in London, where she plans to fly the Welsh flag.


Four loaded guns seized from house

12PM - BBC News

Four loaded guns are seized from a property in west London by specialist anti-gang police who arrest a 20-year-old man.


VIDEO: What you don't know about cheerleaders

11AM - BBC News

So all Cheerleaders are exactly like the cast of Bring it On right? Not according to the NFL's Oakland Radierettes.


Alice Police review 300 CCTV cameras

11AM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of Alice Gross are reviewing footage from 300 CCTV cameras in the area the schoolgirl went missing.


Blogging her way back to health

9AM - BBC News

The ill blogger healing herself through food


Ex-Sugababes Mutya Buena is bankrupt

9AM - BBC News

London singer from 90s girl band Sugababes, Mutya Buena, is made bankrupt by a high court judge despite launching a comeback.


Wolf Hall plays to move to Broadway

9AM - BBC News

The RSC's stage adaptations of Hilary Mantel's award-winning novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies are to move to Broadway next year.


Do the NFL's problems start in college?

9AM - BBC News

The NFL is under increasing scrutiny for its players' misconduct. At Baylor University in Texas, Aleem Maqbool asks whether the issues begin at the college - or even high school -level.


How keep-fit gyms gripped Victorians

9AM - BBC News

The secrets of Victorian gym regimes are revealed in a 19th Century book, found in the archives of a library in London.


Friday 26th September

VIDEO: Reform urged after fridge fire death

9PM - BBC News

A coroner urges reform of safety standards after a father died having saved his children from a fire caused by a faulty fridge-freezer.


VIDEO: Police criticised over stab murder

9PM - BBC News

Police are criticised for failing a teenager who was stabbed more than 60 times by her jealous and controlling ex-boyfriend.


Man arrested over CBBC actor's death

8PM - BBC News

A man suspected of murdering a CBBC actor five years ago and then fleeing to Nigeria is arrested.


Anjem Choudary released from custody

8PM - BBC News

Radical preacher Anjem Choudary is released from custody after being arrested on suspicion of being a member of a banned terrorist group.


Watson backs London-based NFL team

6PM - BBC News

Oakland Raiders offensive tackle Menelik Watson believes American football would benefit from having a London-based NFL team.


Cup debutants FC Romania plot upset

6PM - BBC News

FC Romania, formed in 2006, aim to upset famous giant-killers Sutton United in the FA Cup second qualifying round.


Altrincham v Welling United

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Football Conference game between Altrincham and Welling United.


Middlesex draw relegates Lancashire

5PM - BBC News

Lancashire are held to a draw by Middlesex and are relegated after just one season in Division One of the County Championship.


Breaking Bad accused 'bought poison'

5PM - BBC News

A woman who allegedly poisoned her mother in a Breaking Bad-inspired plot ordered a second batch of drugs after the first lot failed, a court hears.


From milking cows to facing Man Utd

4PM - BBC News

West Ham's 12m summer signing Enner Valencia talks cattle, rowdy crowds and watching Green Street.


Reform urged after fridge fire death

4PM - BBC News

A coroner will urge reform of safety standards after a father died having saved his children from a fire caused by a faulty fridge-freezer.


Saracens v Sale (Sat)

3PM - BBC News

Team news as Saracens host Sale in Saturday's Aviva Premiership fixture at Allianz Park (15:00 BST).


Sinclair, 41, could play in FA Cup

3PM - BBC News

Former England winger and current Lancaster City assistant coach Trevor Sinclair, 41, hopes to play in the FA Cup on Saturday.


Southampton v Queens Park Rangers

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Southampton and Queens Park Rangers.


Brentford v Leeds United

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Brentford and Leeds United.


Crystal Palace v Leicester City

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Crystal Palace and Leicester City.


Police criticised over stab murder

2PM - BBC News

Police are criticised for failing a teenager who was stabbed more than 60 times by her jealous and controlling ex-boyfriend.


Charlton Athletic v Middlesbrough

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Charlton Athletic and Middlesbrough.


Farrell 'out for next few weeks'

1PM - BBC News

England's Owen Farrell suffers a leg injury and will be out of action "for the next few weeks", according to his club Saracens.


Seven Surrey players sign new deals

1PM - BBC News

Seven Surrey players, including Zafar Ansari, Rory Burns and captain Gary Wilson, sign new contracts at The Oval.


Birmingham City v Fulham

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Birmingham City and Fulham.


Missing Alice police search park

11AM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of Alice Gross search a west London park.


Southbank repairs get Lottery boost

11AM - BBC News

Planned repair and maintenance of the Southbank Centre in London gets a 4.9m boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund.


Counter-terror police arrest two men

9AM - BBC News

Police arrest two more men on the M6 motorway as part of an investigation into Islamist-related terrorism - nine others are still being held.


Will mayors one day rule the world?

8AM - BBC News

Will mayors one day rule the world?


Bridge opens after 1.5m repairs

8AM - BBC News

A Grade II listed bridge in south-west London reopens after undergoing 1.5m worth of repairs.


V&A acquires Peter Brook archive

7AM - BBC News

The Victoria & Albert Museum Museum in London acquires the archive of theatre director Peter Brook.


Letter 'first to suggest tipping'

7AM - BBC News

A British Library researcher claims to have discovered the first person to suggest the practice of adding service charges to hotel and restaurant bills.


Talk therapy 'best for social phobia'

7AM - BBC News

Talking therapy is more effective than pills in treating social anxiety disorder, a study has found.


National prostitution ring 'smashed'

7AM - BBC News

A prostitution ring in which women are believed to have been trafficked to the UK and forced to work in brothels has been smashed, police say.


Missing Alice police to search park

6AM - BBC News

Police investigating the disappearance of Alice Gross are expected to begin searching a west London park.



National News

In pictures: A journey through 19th Century Brazil

An Englishman's pictures of 19th Century Brazil

VIDEO: Up for grabs: Who will win Clacton seat?

The BBC's Adam Fleming visits Clacton as the campaigning for the by-election in the town enters its final week.

VIDEO: Warning over alcohol 'pre-loading'

A leading accident and emergency doctor, Clifford Mann, has warned there's a "dangerous epidemic" of young people ending up in hospital, after getting drunk on cheap drinks before going out.

Lyth & Lees complete awards double

Yorkshire batsmen Adam Lyth and Alex Lees are named the PCA's player and young player of the year respectively.

Stevens to drive for Marussia

Britain's Will Stevens will contest the first practice session for Marussia at the Japanese GP, replacing Max Chilton.

Business News

Virgin Money announces float plan

Virgin Money, the UK challenger bank partly owned by entrepreneur Richard Branson, announces plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange.

Asian markets join global slide

Asian markets are heading for their fifth day of losses over concerns about the US economy and weak European manufacturing data.

VIDEO: Hong Kong protests to dent economy?

Hong Kong's pro-democracy street protests may deter some mainland Chinese from visiting the city during their 'Golden Week' holiday.

Japan in $617bn 'fat finger' error

Japan's stock markets were rattled after a trading error caused more than $600bn (370bn) worth of orders to be made and then cancelled.

Young people 'lack workplace skills'

Young people lack workplace skills such as communication and team working, a study among employers suggests.

Entertainment News

Fry: Drugs different to abuse cases

Actor and broadcaster Stephen Fry says there is a "huge moral difference" between historical drug use and cases of sexual abuse.

Horowitz to write new Bond novel

Anthony Horowitz, best-selling author of the Alex Rider teenage spy adventures, becomes the latest writer invited to pen a new James Bond novel.

First Glastonbury tickets go in 14 minutes

Today 15 thousand coach and ticket packages have been snapped up twice as fast as last year, but don't worry the rest go on sale this Sunday.

VIDEO: Fry tells 'ugly truth' in new book

The award-winning comedian, actor and writer Stephen Fry has said his new volume of memoirs, More Fool Me, reveals the "ugly truth" about his cocaine use in the 1980s.

VIDEO: Sigourney Weaver talks Alien: Isolation

Actress Sigourney Weaver discusses her role in the upcoming video game Alien: Isolation.

Sport News

Ospreys' Jones praises young stars

British and Irish Lion Alun Wyn Jones credits the region's young players for the Ospreys' unbeaten start to the season.

Ludlow set for Wales manager's job

Former Wales captain Jayne Ludlow is expected to be named Jarmo Matikainen's successor as women's national team manager.

Lyth & Lees complete awards double

Johnson to undergo neck surgery

Exeter Chiefs flanker Tom Johnson is set to undergo neck surgery, forcing him to miss England's autumn internationals.

Typhoon 'threatens Japanese GP'

Technology News

Facebook apologises to drag queens

Facebook has apologised to transgender and drag queen users whose accounts were deleted for violating its policy on using "real names".

Japan in $617bn 'fat finger' error

Japan's stock markets were rattled after a trading error caused more than $600bn (370bn) worth of orders to be made and then cancelled.

Job hunting the big data way

How data crunching is dictating our job prospects

VIDEO: Smartphone beacons beckon you

Click learns how to bend beacon technology to its bidding by turning a London Street into a musical wonderland.

Will our cities be congestion-free?

Will our cities ever be congestion-free?