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Thursday 26th March

Chelsea partner firm in fraud probe

11PM - BBC News

A trading company which is partnered with Chelsea Football Club is under a police fraud investigation, which has so far involved 13 arrests.


Driver saw woman dragged under train

8PM - BBC News

A train driver saw a woman being dragged along the platform by a Tube train and fall down the gap, it has emerged.


Trophy Chelsea's 'absolute priority'

7PM - BBC News

Chelsea Ladies boss Emma Hayes says winning a trophy is her "absolute priority" for the Blues this season.


Ipswich bring in Williams and Fryers

6PM - BBC News

Ipswich Town complete deals to sign Crystal Palace pair Jonny Williams and Zeki Fryers on loan.


Harrison retires over brain injuries

6PM - BBC News

Audley Harrison announces his retirement from boxing after revealing he is suffering from the effects of head injuries.


Orient sign Reading's Taylor on loan

6PM - BBC News

League One strugglers Leyton Orient sign Reading midfielder Jake Taylor on loan until the end of the season.


Reading sign forward Appiah on loan

6PM - BBC News

Reading have signed Crystal Palace forward Kwesi Appiah on loan until the end of the season.


Terry signs new deal with Chelsea

6PM - BBC News

Chelsea captain John Terry extends his contract at the Premier League leaders until the end of the 2015-16 season.


Ferdinand given one-match FA ban

6PM - BBC News

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand is banned for one match by the Football Association for misconduct.


Fulham bring in Lee and Guthrie

6PM - BBC News

Fulham sign Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee and Reading midfielder Danny Guthrie on loan until the end of the season.


Henderson named Broncos head coach

5PM - BBC News

Championship side London Broncos appoint Andrew Henderson as their new head coach following Joey Grima's departure.


Millwall loan Chelsea striker Ayane

5PM - BBC News

Millwall Lionesses announce the signing of 19-year-old Chelsea forward Rosella Ayane on loan until 31 May.


Forest sign Arsenal's Akpom on loan

5PM - BBC News

Nottingham Forest sign Arsenal's England Under-20 international striker Chuba Akpom on loan until the end of the season.


England critics fair - Wigglesworth

5PM - BBC News

England's Richard Wigglesworth says Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie's criticism is justified.


'Fake' security courses cancelled

5PM - BBC News

All courses on offer at a college exposed selling fraudulent security qualifications for cash have now been cancelled, the BBC has learned.


Woking sign Brentford's Oyeleke

4PM - BBC News

Conference side Woking sign Brentford midfielder Emmanuel Oyeleke on loan until the end of the season.


Welling re-sign Luton's Lafayette

4PM - BBC News

Conference strugglers Welling United re-sign Luton Town striker Ross Lafayette on loan until the end of the season.


Museum to display Tennis Girl dress

4PM - BBC News

The white summer dress worn in the iconic 1970s Tennis Girl poster will go on display at Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.


'Bodyguard fraud' courses cancelled

3PM - BBC News

All courses on offer at a college exposed selling fraudulent security qualifications for cash have now been cancelled, the BBC has learned.


Former Chelsea manager Suart dies

2PM - BBC News

Former Chelsea and Blackpool manager Ron Suart dies at the age of 94, the London club announce.


Arsenal defender Sampson has surgery

2PM - BBC News

Arsenal Ladies defender Vyan Sampson will be out for around four months after having surgery on a knee injury.


Is lunch an an economic indicator?

2PM - BBC News

Lunchtime spending and personal finances


Airport hours boost 'is needed'

2PM - BBC News

A small London airport needs to extend its hours to avoid being forced to take on holidaymakers and more commercial airlines, its boss claims.


Met faces bill for Tasering man

1PM - BBC News

The Met Police is facing legal costs of several hundred thousand pounds after it "unreasonably" used a Taser on a man.


Aldershot extend Richards loan deal

12PM - BBC News

Conference side Aldershot Town extend the loan spell of Fulham left-back Tom Richards until the end of the season.


Kane is similar to me - Shearer

12PM - BBC News

There is a "bit of everything" to Harry Kane's game and he can be "very, very good", says ex-England striker Alan Shearer.


Walcott denies bust-up with Wenger

12PM - BBC News

Arsenal's Theo Walcott says he has not had a row with manager Arsene Wenger as he reveals no contract talks are under way.


Student cleared of terror attack plan

12PM - BBC News

Law student Erol Incedal is cleared at the Old Bailey of charge of planning terror attack.


Argyle sign Charlton's Ansah on loan

11AM - BBC News

Plymouth Argyle sign striker Zak Ansah on loan from Charlton Athletic until the end of the season.


Torquay bring in Daniel on loan

11AM - BBC News

Torquay United sign Charlton Athletic winger Kadell Daniel on loan until the end of the season.


Student cleared of planning attack

11AM - BBC News

Law student Erol Incedal cleared at Old Bailey of charge of planning terror attack


Harlequins confirm Jones signing

10AM - BBC News

Former Wales prop Adam Jones is to join Premiership side Harlequins from Cardiff Blues in the summer.


Reading sign Chelsea's Ake on loan

9AM - BBC News

Reading sign Chelsea defender Nathan Ake on a month's initial loan.


Rose withdraws from England squad

9AM - BBC News

Tottenham defender Danny Rose pulls out of the England squad to face Lithuania and Italy due to injury.


VIDEO: 'Sport must act on mental health'

8AM - BBC News

A former Premier League footballer who attempted to kill himself says that sporting bodies need to accept responsibility for dealing with mental health issues.


VIDEO: Met police 'monitored MPs'

8AM - BBC News

A former undercover police officer has told BBC News that Scotland Yard kept intelligence files on MPs during the 1990s.


Tracking Britain's jihadists

8AM - BBC News

The stories behind those who back IS


21,000 miles, three days, one final

8AM - BBC News

A London-based New Zealand fan prepares to travel 21,000 miles in under three days to watch the World Cup final.


Black cab plant to create 1,000 jobs

8AM - BBC News

A new 250m taxi plant is to be built outside Coventry, with the creation of up to 1,000 jobs.


'Racist chants' Chelsea five in court

8AM - BBC News

Five men accused over racist chanting on the Paris Metro ahead of Chelsea's Champions League game in the city contest a football banning order application.


MPs warn on growth of UK jihadists

7AM - BBC News

Not enough is being done to prevent people leaving the UK to join Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, a group of MPs warns.


Wednesday 25th March

Labadie charged over 'bite' incident

8PM - BBC News

Dagenham midfielder Joss Labadie is charged with violent conduct by the Football Association over an allegation of biting.


Mayor's focus on London for election

8PM - BBC News

Boris Johnson focuses on key London seats


Met must pay 400k for Tasering man

8PM - BBC News

The Met Police force is ordered to pay 400,000 in legal costs after it "unreasonably" used a Taser on a man.


Adam Jones set to join Harlequins

7PM - BBC News

Adam Jones is set to join Harlequins at the end of the 2014-15 season after one season with Cardiff Blues.


Labadie charged after bite incident

7PM - BBC News

The Football Association charges Dagenham midfielder Joss Labadie with violent conduct after an accusation of biting.


Met police 'had files on MPs in 90s'

6PM - BBC News

A former undercover police officer has told BBC News that Scotland Yard kept intelligence files on MPs during the 1990s.


Cech contemplates Chelsea exit

5PM - BBC News

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech says he does not want to be second choice to Thibaut Courtois for another season.


Ruling on Kercher murder delayed

3PM - BBC News

Italy's top court will decide whether to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murder of London student Meredith Kercher.


M&S paramedic guilty of misconduct

3PM - BBC News

A paramedic who left patients in an ambulance while he went shopping and had his hair cut, is found guilty of misconduct.


Wimbledon boss Ardley to have surgery

2PM - BBC News

AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley is 'doubtful' for Saturday's trip to Tranmere as he is set to have a hip operation.


Women's Super League One preview

2PM - BBC News

BBC Sport looks at the prospects for all eight Women's Super League One clubs as the 2015 season gets under way.


Revamp for Alexandra Palace theatre

2PM - BBC News

Alexandra Palace is given 18.8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore a forgotten part of the palace.


World War Two German bomb detonated

2PM - BBC News

A World War Two 1,000lb bomb is destroyed in a controlled explosion in Cliffe in Kent.


VIDEO: Italian court to rule over Knox case

1PM - BBC News

Italy's highest court will rule on whether or not to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of Meredith Kercher.


Amorebieta and Husband in loan swap

12PM - BBC News

Middlesbrough sign Fulham's Fernando Amorebieta on loan until the end of the season, as James Husband joins the Whites.


No shame over suicide bid - Carlisle

12PM - BBC News

Former Burnley and QPR defender Clarke Carlisle says he feels "no shame" about his recent suicide attempt.


Hatters keep Lee until end of season

12PM - BBC News

Luton Town extend West Ham striker Elliot Lee's loan until the end of the season, including the play-offs.


Pietersen completes Surrey deal

12PM - BBC News

Kevin Pietersen rejoins Surrey for the 2015 season as he steps up his bid to earn an England recall.


So Solid Crew gig death charge

12PM - BBC News

A man is charged with the murder of a man outside a So Solid Crew gig 14 years ago.


VIDEO: Four year delay to Tube upgrade

11AM - BBC News

A move to modernise the District, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines will take four years longer and will cost 30% more than originally proposed.


Kane - new breed of home-grown hero?

10AM - BBC News

Gone may be the days of 'one-club' stalwarts, but Harry Kane's rise shows home-grown players can prosper via a different route.


Playboy girl and teen murder appeal

10AM - BBC News

Police investigating the murders of a bunny girl and a teenager begin a new appeal for information on the 40th anniversary of their deaths.


'Men, 46, most likely fraud victims'

10AM - BBC News

Sophisticated identity theft "on an industrial scale" is on the rise with a 46-year-old man the most likely victim, a new report says.


'No convincing case' for 50bn HS2

9AM - BBC News

The UK government has not shown why it needs to spend 50bn building the HS2 rail link between London and the North, says a House of Lords committee.


Bees get wearable tech trackers

7AM - BBC News

A tiny new tracker designed to monitor bee behaviour is being tested by ecologists at London's Kew Gardens.


Where does my personality fit in?

7AM - BBC News

Is your personality suited to the place you live?


No 'convincing case' for 50bn HS2

7AM - BBC News

The UK government has not shown why it needs to spend 50bn building the HS2 rail link between London and the North, says a House of Lords committee.


Court ruling due on Kercher verdict

7AM - BBC News

Italy's top court will decide whether to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murder of London student Meredith Kercher.


Tuesday 24th March

World War Two bomb safely removed

9PM - BBC News

A World War Two bomb found in south London is made safe and driven away under police and Army escort.


Woman jailed for 'boiling husband'

5PM - BBC News

A woman from west London, who tried to "boil her husband" by pouring scalding water over his head moments after they agreed to divorce, is jailed for four years.


Duggan 'was throwing gun away'

5PM - BBC News

Mark Duggan, whose death sparked England-wide riots in 2011, was throwing a handgun away when he was shot by officers, the police watchdog says.


HSBC HQ to relocate out of London

4PM - BBC News

The headquarters of the personal and business arm of HSBC bank will relocate to Birmingham, transferring about 1,000 jobs out of London.


Shaun the Sheep sculptures unveiled

4PM - BBC News

Giant sculptures of the animated character Shaun the Sheep, decorated by celebrities and artists, are unveiled in London ahead of a public arts trail.


Move to modernise four Tube lines

4PM - BBC News

A 5.54bn investment in four London Underground lines will aim to improve the services' efficiency, Transport for London says.


Kane progress sensational - Carrick

3PM - BBC News

England newcomer Harry Kane's progress has been "sensational", according to team-mate Michael Carrick.


Mason replaces Lallana for England

3PM - BBC News

Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason replaces the injured Adam Lallana in the England squad to face Lithuania and Italy.


'Ferocious' ex-wife killer jailed

2PM - BBC News

A man who stabbed his ex-wife to death and seriously injured two other women, including his current girlfriend, is jailed for life.


'Ferocious' stab murder man jailed

1PM - BBC News

A man who stabbed his wife to death and seriously injured two other women, is jailed for life.


Cavendish to contest RideLondon race

1PM - BBC News

Mark Cavendish has been confirmed for the RideLondon-Surrey Classic race on 2 August.


Thunder edge to win over Team Bath

12PM - BBC News

Manchester Thunder maintain their unbeaten Superleague record but are pushed all the way by a spirited Team Bath.


Pietersen cleared for county return

12PM - BBC News

Ex-England batsman Kevin Pietersen is cleared for a return to county cricket after being released from his Indian Premier League contract.


Injured Costa out of Spain games

11AM - BBC News

Chelsea striker Diego Costa pulls out of the Spain squad with a hamstring injury and will miss a Euro 2016 qualifier.


Nadal decides on Queen's return

11AM - BBC News

World number three Rafael Nadal will play at the Aegon Championships at Queen's for the first time since 2011.


No doping crisis, say sprint stars

11AM - BBC News

British sprinters Dina Asher-Smith and Richard Kilty deny athletics is in crisis after a winter of doping headlines.


Bid to make World War Two bomb safe

10AM - BBC News

Army engineers resume their efforts to make an unexploded World War Two bomb safe in south London.


Funeral for footballer Dave Mackay

6AM - BBC News

Footballers past and present are expected to attend the funeral of former Hearts, Tottenham and Scotland captain Dave Mackay today.


Monday 23rd March

Six bailed over synagogue attack

9PM - BBC News

Six teenagers are bailed after being arrested in connection with an attack on a synagogue in north London.


On-duty paramedic 'shopped in M&S'

7PM - BBC News

A paramedic shopped in Marks and Spencer while an elderly patient with blood poisoning waited in an ambulance, a panel hears.


FA charges Fulham for Leeds incident

5PM - BBC News

Fulham are charged by the Football Association after an incident in the second half of their Championship defeat by Leeds.


Builders find unexploded WW2 bomb

5PM - BBC News

An unexploded World War Two bomb, measuring 5ft in length and weighing 1000lb, is found in Southwark by builders, say the Met Police.


Harlequins winger Monye to retire

4PM - BBC News

Former England and British & Irish Lions winger Ugo Monye announces he will retire from rugby at the end of the season.


Beere signs new AFC Wimbledon deal

3PM - BBC News

AFC Wimbledon midfielder Tom Beere signs a new contract with the League Two club.


Neil Fox charged with sex assaults

3PM - BBC News

British DJ Neil Fox charged with nine sex offences involving six people, of whom three were children


Ex-Hammer Collison vows to return

2PM - BBC News

Former West Ham midfielder Jack Collison says he will return to football and has not given up on his Wales career.


Surrey stay in race for top spot

1PM - BBC News

Surrey Storm keep up the chase for top spot in Superleague by beating in-form Yorkshire Jets.


Arsenal Ladies host Chelsea in FA Cup

12PM - BBC News

Holders Arsenal are drawn against fellow Women's Super League One side Chelsea in the FA Women's Cup quarter-finals.


Cook stars in Sheffield's resurgence

12PM - BBC News

Sheffield Sharks' recent BBL Championship resurgence continues, with Mike Cook helping them beat Durham and Surrey.


Brentford duo extend Wycombe loans

12PM - BBC News

Promotion-chasing Wycombe extend the loans of Brentford pair Sam Saunders and Nico Yennaris until the end of the season.


Carlisle admits drink-driving charge

12PM - BBC News

Former Premier League footballer Clarke Carlisle pleads guilty at London's Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court to drink driving.


Farah sets Euro half marathon best

11AM - BBC News

Mo Farah sets a new European record and becomes the first Briton to break 60 minutes in winning the Lisbon half marathon.


Heathrow woos Scots with link pledge

10AM - BBC News

Bosses at Heathrow airport promise a review of airport charges to boost air links to Scotland if their expansion plans are approved.


FirstGroup awarded new rail deal

9AM - BBC News

Transport company FirstGroup extends its franchise to run rail services between London, South Wales and the South West until 2019.


Chelsea's Costa faces hamstring scan

9AM - BBC News

Chelsea striker Diego Costa will have a scan on Monday after injuring a hamstring late on in the 3-2 win over Hull.


Pensioner robbed of holiday money

9AM - BBC News

An 84-year-old man suffers a broken leg after being robbed of the 4,000 euros (2,900) he had just exchanged ahead of a holiday.


VIDEO: Security guards 'working illegally'

7AM - BBC News

Widespread fraud in the licensing of security guards to work in some of the UK's most sensitive sites is exposed by a BBC investigation.


Potter tour owl treatment 'reviewed'

7AM - BBC News

The welfare of animals, including owls, at a Warner Bros Harry Potter studio tour is to be reviewed after concerns about their treatment.


Security guards 'working illegally'

6AM - BBC News

Widespread fraud in the licensing of security guards to work in some of the UK's most sensitive sites is exposed by a BBC investigation.


'Idling' motorists to face 20 fines

1AM - BBC News

Motorists in Westminster who sit in a stationary car with the engine running and refuse to turn it off are to be fined 20.


'Two fires a day' in high rise flats

12AM - BBC News

Fire chiefs call for landlords to act after figures show nearly two fires a day are reported in London's high rise flats.


Sunday 22nd March

VIDEO: London's Jews 'fear racial attacks'

11PM - BBC News

London is seen as a sanctuary for Jews but there are growing fears about security for Jewish people in the wake of recent racial abuse abroad.


Arsenal Ladies ease to FA Cup win

8PM - BBC News

FA Women's Cup holders Arsenal thrash Millwall 7-0 to join four other Women's Super League One sides in the quarter-finals.


Protesters 'chase Farage out of pub'

6PM - BBC News

Anti-UKIP protesters invade a pub in south London where the party leader is having lunch with his family.


Hull City 2-3 Chelsea

6PM - BBC News

Loic Remy's late winner extends Chelsea's Premier League lead over Manchester City to six points.


Saracens 23-20 Exeter Chiefs

6PM - BBC News

Ben Spencer's last-minute penalty ensures Saracens beat 2014 champions Exeter 23-20 in a thrilling LV= Cup final.


Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Everton

6PM - BBC News

Aaron Lennon scores his first goal for Everton as they see off a spirited QPR side at Loftus Road.


VIDEO: Litvinenko suspect dismisses 'gibberish'

5PM - BBC News

One of the suspects in the killing of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko tells the BBC he will disprove claims made of his involvement at a public inquiry.


Kane 'should start for England'

1PM - BBC News

Tottenham striker Harry Kane should start for England in their upcoming international matches, says ex-captain Alan Shearer.


Clarkson: BBC comment was 'a joke'

1PM - BBC News

Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson says expletive-filled comments he made criticising the BBC in London last week were meant as a joke.


Six arrested after synagogue attack

12PM - BBC News

Six men are arrested after they forced their way into a synagogue in north London, attacking a man as he tried to stop them.


Pardew unhappy at own player's dive

12PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace's James McArthur should be embarrassed after diving against Stoke, according to his manager Alan Pardew.


Litvinenko suspect 'to refute claims'

11AM - BBC News

One of the suspects in the killing of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko tells the BBC he will disprove claims made of his involvement at a public inquiry.


Saturday 21st March

West Ham United 1-0 Sunderland

8PM - BBC News

Dick Advocaat's tenure as Sunderland manager begins with defeat after Diafra Sakho strikes a late winner for West Ham.


Stevenage 0-1 Dagenham & Redbridge

7PM - BBC News

Stevenage's hopes of a League Two play-off place are dented as Dagenham seal all three points at the Lamex Stadium.


AFC Wimbledon 1-0 Portsmouth

7PM - BBC News

AFC Wimbledon bounce back from midweek defeat at Mansfield to beat Portsmouth and leapfrog them in the League Two table.


Barnet 5-0 Welling United

7PM - BBC News

John Akinde scores twice as Barnet beat 10-man Welling United to return to the top of the Conference Premier.


Charlton Athletic 3-2 Reading

7PM - BBC News

Belgian midfielder Yoni Buyens scores twice as Charlton came from behind to beat FA Cup semi-finalists Reading.


Tottenham Hotspur 4-3 Leicester City

5PM - BBC News

Harry Kane's first league hat-trick gets Tottenham's challenge for a top-four spot back on track with a win over Leicester.


Huddersfield Town 0-2 Fulham

5PM - BBC News

Nahki Wells misses two penalties and referee Richard Clark nearly sends off the wrong player as 10-man Fulham beat Huddersfield.


Newcastle United 1-2 Arsenal

5PM - BBC News

Olivier Giroud scores twice as Arsenal beat Newcastle to continue their pursuit of second-placed Manchester City.


Stoke City 1-2 Crystal Palace

5PM - BBC News

Glenn Murray scores one goal and sets up another to help Crystal Palace move 11 points clear of the relegation zone.


Shire horse show's 'gentle giants'

5PM - BBC News

An event celebrating the history and heritage of shire horses is aiming to raise awareness of the breed in a bid to secure its long-term future.


'Young' steam train driver qualifies

5PM - BBC News

A 33-year-old man becomes the youngest steam train driver to qualify on the mainline for nearly 50 years.


Brentford 2-2 Millwall

4PM - BBC News

Moses Odubajo scores late on to earn Brentford a draw as Millwall let a two-goal lead slip in the final five minutes.


Police search for missing girl, 12

4PM - BBC News

A missing 12-year-old girl from West Sussex is believed by police to have run off with an older man overnight and travelled towards London.


Woman held by terror police remanded

3PM - BBC News

A British woman who was held by counter-terrorism officers at Luton Airport is remanded in custody charged with an identity document offence.


Queens Park Rangers v Everton

2PM - BBC News

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


Heads call for 'stability' in schools

2PM - BBC News

Continuous change has made it impossible to tell how well England's schools are performing, a headteachers' conference will hear today.


Double decker destroyed in fire

12PM - BBC News

A double decker bus is destroyed in a suspected engine fire in south London.


Pedestrian killed in lorry crash

11AM - BBC News

A man in his late 50s dies in a collision with a cement lorry in south London.


Police plea for child abuse witnesses

10AM - BBC News

The Metropolitan Police launches a fresh appeal for witnesses to come forward in its investigations into historical child sex abuse.


School stability called for by union

10AM - BBC News

Continuous change has made it impossible to tell how well England's schools are performing, a headteachers' conference will hear today.


Woman held by terror police charged

10AM - BBC News

A British woman arrested by counter-terrorism officers at Luton Airport earlier this week is charged with an identity document offence.


Comic Mel Brooks gets BFI honour

10AM - BBC News

Comedy legend Mel Brooks says he is "deeply honoured" to receive an outstanding achievement award from the British Film Institute.


VIDEO: Diary of a Prince super-fan

9AM - BBC News

A journey from London to Minneapolis to investigate rumours about a vault alleged to contain thousands of hours of unreleased Prince recordings.


Alzheimer's patient 'left for dead'

5AM - BBC News

An 83-year-old grandmother with Alzheimer's disease is beaten up by burglars who stamped on her face and "left her for dead", her daughter told the BBC.


Friday 20th March

Travel ban on girls over Syria fears

9PM - BBC News

Five teenage girls who had shown an interest in going to Syria are barred from travelling abroad by a High Court judge.


Saracens CEO Griffiths to leave

6PM - BBC News

Saracens chief executive Edward Griffiths is to leave at the end of the season after seven years at the Premiership club.


Millers sign Martinez and Wilson

5PM - BBC News

Rotherham sign Arsenal keeper Emiliano Martinez and Charlton defender Lawrie Wilson on loan until the end of the season.


Anger over 'religious' eclipse ban

5PM - BBC News

Pupils at a primary school were stopped from watching the solar eclipse due to "religious and cultural concerns".


'Breathtaking' solar eclipse unfolds

5PM - BBC News

Millions of people in the UK and northern Europe have glimpsed the best solar eclipse in years, with large areas plunging into deep shadow.


Sun journalists cleared over payments

4PM - BBC News

Four Sun journalists, including the newspaper's chief reporter and royal editor, are cleared of paying public officials for stories.


Cloudy or clear? Eclipse 2015 on social media

4PM - BBC News

Some of the best jokes and memes making the rounds during #Eclipse2015


Stevenage v Dagenham & Redbridge

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Stevenage and Dagenham & Redbridge.


Brentford v Millwall

3PM - BBC News

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


Arrest made in bus sex-threat attack

3PM - BBC News

A 14-year-old boy is arrested in connection with an attack on two other boys who were allegedly forced off a bus and made to perform sex acts.


Saracens v Exeter Chiefs (Sun)

2PM - BBC News

Team news as Saracens play holders Exeter Chiefs in Sunday's LV= Cup final at Northampton's Franklin's Gardens (15:00 GMT).


Huddersfield Town v Fulham

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Huddersfield Town and Fulham.


Stoke City v Crystal Palace

1PM - BBC News

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


Man wins 39k over IVF baby deceit

1PM - BBC News

A woman who conned her former husband into believing he was the father of her IVF baby is ordered to pay 39,000 in damages.


Clarkson alludes to 'BBC sacking'

1PM - BBC News

A video emerges of Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson saying at a charity event that he has been "sacked" by the BBC.


Rotherham sign Charlton defender

12PM - BBC News

Rotherham United sign Charlton Athletic defender Lawrie Wilson on loan until the end of the season.


Soldier beheading plan teen jailed

12PM - BBC News

A teenager found guilty of planning to behead a British soldier is jailed for 22 years by a judge at the Old Bailey.


Cyril Smith child abuse image probe

10AM - BBC News

A cold case unit is to investigate claims police released MP Cyril Smith after images of child abuse were found in his car, the BBC learns.


'Breathtaking' solar eclipse occurs

10AM - BBC News

Millions of people in the UK and northern Europe have glimpsed the best solar eclipse in years, with large areas plunging into deep shadow.


Solar eclipse creeps across Earth

9AM - BBC News

Millions of people in the UK and northern Europe are witnessing the best solar eclipse in years, with large areas set to go into deep shadow later.


Skywatchers await solar eclipse

7AM - BBC News

Millions of people could witness the best solar eclipse in years in the UK and northern Europe later, with large areas set to go into deep shadow.


Dench to star in election night drama

7AM - BBC News

Dame Judi Dench is to star in a ground-breaking new stage play set in a fictional polling station on UK election night.


VIDEO: Hospital 'failed our grandfather'

2AM - BBC News

The family of a man who died at Whipps Cross University Hospital claim he was neglected by staff, prompting the hospital to investigate.



National News

'Negative' photo crackdown at Aintree

Organisers of the Grand National launches a crackdown on photographers taking unflattering pictures of Ladies' Day racegoers at this year's event.

'Loo with a view' sells for 115,000

A toilet block boasting panoramic views of the Cornish coast sells at auction for 115,000.

Rotherham police probe expanded

The police watchdog says it is investigating complaints against 42 South Yorkshire Police officers over the handling of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.

Coventry's rich motoring heritage

Coventry's rich motoring heritage remembered

Terry signs new deal with Chelsea

Chelsea defender John Terry extends his contract at the club until the end of the 2015-16 season.

Business News

PayPal fined for illegal payments

PayPal agrees a 5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.

Diet Coke loses its fizz in the US

Sales of Pepsi overtake Coca-Cola's sugar-free brand as consumers continue to move away from fizzy drinks.

Airlines change cockpit procedures

Airlines across the world have begun requiring two crew members to always be present in the cockpit, in the wake of the French Alps crash.

Engineer sunk by Petrobras scandal

One of Brazil's biggest engineering companies, Galvao Engenharia, files for bankruptcy protection after Petrobras stopped payments.

FTSE slides 1.4% as oil prices jump

The London stock market falls as investors react to a jump in oil prices following airstrikes by Saudi Arabia on rebel targets in Yemen.

Entertainment News

Twitter divided over Clarkson sacking

Social media users respond loudly to Clarkson departure

VIDEO: Clarkson: 'Leave the producer alone'

Jeremy Clarkson has said that he wants people to stop blaming the producer he hit for his departure from Top Gear.

Downton Abbey to end after six series

The next season of ITV's period drama Downton Abbey will be its last, its makers announce.

Joan Collins made a dame by Prince

Actress Joan Collins says becoming a dame had "never even crossed her mind" as she receives the accolade from the Prince of Wales for services to charity.

VIDEO: How to act like Nick Clegg

A new Channel 4 drama charts the days leading up to the decision by the Lib Dems to work with the Conservatives after the 2010 election.

Sport News

England v Lithuania

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's European Championship Qualifying game between England and Lithuania.

Firth sets new world best in Glasgow

Northern Ireland's Bethany Firth sets a world best on her way to winning the 100 metres breaststroke at the British Para-Swimming International Meet.

Real fans fined for Bale car attack

Three Real Madrid fans are fined for attacking players' cars, including that of world-record signing Gareth Bale.

Seven-try Salford ease past Widnes

Salford Red Devils move fourth in Super League with a dominant 36-8 victory over Widnes Vikings at the AJ Bell Stadium.

Rangers defeat a 'blessing' - Stubbs

Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs believes Sunday's 2-0 defeat to Rangers could be a "blessing in disguise" for his side.

Technology News

VIDEO: Ford tech 'stops people speeding'

Ford is to sell a car that can read road signs and adjust its speed accordingly to ensure the vehicle is not driving too fast.

Tinder prank 'tricked flirting men'

After a series of men on Tinder were reportedly tricked into flirting with each other, an expert attacks the app's security.

PayPal fined for illegal payments

PayPal agrees a 5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.

What are the Designs of the Year?

Is this car the best design of 2015?

VIDEO: Future plans for Facebook Messenger

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has outlined some of the social network's plans for its Messenger app, including opening it up to third parties.