The PM tells EU leaders they must work together on a deal "we can defend to our people".
The Atlantic storm is due to hit parts of the UK and the Republic of Ireland on Saturday morning.
Donald Tusk says there is no room for "any kind" of mediation or action on Catalonia.
The UK government said the firms needed to inform customers when they had paid for their handsets.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman says the 2-1 Europa League defeat at home to Lyon puts his job under greater scrutiny.
Gen John Kelly says he is "broken-hearted" by a lawmaker's criticism of Mr Trump's condolence call.
Rhys Webb says he will not change his decision to join Toulon in 2018 - even though it means he will not be eligible to play for Wales.
Leaders gather for a crunch summit as the UK faces EU calls to do more to break the deadlock.
Sports minister Tracey Crouch urges the FA to learn lessons after discriminatory remarks made by sacked England women's boss Mark Sampson.
The father of a soldier killed in action said the president did not keep his word to send $25,000.
No Premier League games will take place on Christmas Eve after none of 23 December's games were moved there for live television coverage.
US agency posts a series of tweets explaining why a four-legged operative was relieved from duty
The actor says he will never again work with the company, which has now fired disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein.
There were an average of 100,000 crimes a week in the year to June, the Office for National Statistics says.
Spain is to begin the process of imposing direct rule on Catalonia after a disputed independence vote.
"We had a slow start with three away defeats but then the international break and if you are counting from then until now, we have improved results, we have players back from injury and the players who missed a big part of pre-season have…
English clubs are "narrowing the gap" on Europe's elite in the Champions League, says ex-Manchester United defender Phil Neville.
Your morning briefing for 19 October 2017.
The chief constable and two senior officers deny allegations of misconduct in public office and criminality.
The singer tells the BBC an encounter early in his career made him feel "terrible".
There are 'serious doubts' whether FA bosses are fit to stay on after a "shambolic" performance at a hearing in parliament, MP Damian Collins says.
But PM rejects Labour's calls to pause the new benefit's roll-out as she loses symbolic Commons vote.
The FA apologises to two players for racially discriminatory remarks made by sacked England's women's boss Mark Sampson.
A man who had been on the run hands himself in after police completed his Facebook challenge.
Hospital performance slumps across UK with staff warning hitting key targets now an 'impossible' job.
The global economic body says staying in the EU would have "significant" positive impact on growth.
After 33 years on our screens, the BBC programme helped solve numerous police investigations.
Increases in transport and food prices push inflation to the highest rate for more than five years.
Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker have a "friendly" dinner - but there's no sign of a breakthrough.
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley puts the Premier League club up for sale after a decade in charge at St James' Park.
Thousands are without power as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia reaches the British Isles.
Tributes are paid to the former Never Mind the Buzzcocks captain.
Colin Kaepernick files a grievance against NFL owners he claims are refusing to hire him because of his protests against racial injustice.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is accused of a number of sexual assaults in London, the BBC understands.
Saturday's truck bombing in the capital is the deadliest attack in Somalia's 10-year insurgency.
British actress Lysette Anthony says he attacked her at her London home in the late 1980s.
NHS England says the question will deter discrimination against lesbian, gay and bisexual people.