Ahead of a key summit, Theresa May vows to make it as easy as possible for them to stay in the UK.
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".
Legally, consent lies with the deceased, but in practice, relatives' wishes are always respected.
HSBC and Standard Chartered may inadvertently have been conduits for laundered money, Lord Hain says.
Researchers say it is likely the increase is real and not just down to better awareness from GPs.
After five rounds of talks, both sides are making competing claims about progress. How much has really been made?
The Social Mobility Commission says low pay is "endemic" in the UK.
Terry Butcher said his son Christopher's life had been "tragically cut short".
But PM rejects Labour's calls to pause the new benefit's roll-out as she loses symbolic Commons vote.
The four were reportedly taken by suspected militants last week, police say.
The FA apologises to two players for racially discriminatory remarks made by sacked England's women's boss Mark Sampson.
The cause of the blast at a property in Chippenham is not yet known.
Bodyform has ditched the blue liquid, saying it wants to confront the taboos about periods.
The number rose 5.8% in 2016 among opposite-sex couples - the biggest year-on-year jump since 1985.
The 15-year-old victim remains in a life-threatening condition following the stabbing, say police.
The emerald and diamond pendant was being worn by Lady Somerleyton on the day she visited the supermarket.
Labour says the "further delay" shows "the government's Brexit strategy is in paralysis".
Adults do not have to drink a lot for children to notice changes in their behaviour, a study says.
Redevelopment over the next 25 years would make the area a "national asset", say planners.
The education secretary also confirms the income level at which loans have to be repaid will rise.
Hospital performance slumps across UK with staff warning hitting key targets now an 'impossible' job.
Spilt fuel, emergency repairs and a burning lorry cost millions in wasted time and money.
BBC footage of alleged abuse at immigration removal centre may suggest a "wider" problem, says human rights body.
Omid Saidy was fatally wounded in the attack outside Parsons Green Tube station.
Schools remain shut and hundreds of thousands are without power in Ireland and the UK.
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.
Thousands are without power as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia reaches the British Isles.
The PM will be accompanied by the Brexit secretary as she aims to break the stalemate with the EU.
Broken air conditioning and delays overshadow the launch of a new fleet of high-speed engines.
Some retailers say they will still accept old £1 coins beyond the official withdrawal.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is accused of a number of sexual assaults in London, the BBC understands.
Crimes featuring mobile phones, speeding or racing will receive similar sentences to manslaughter.
NHS England says the question will deter discrimination against lesbian, gay and bisexual people.
Families with disabled children describe being abused online and in the street.
Roger Stotesbury fell 30ft while taking photos at a temple during a world trip with his wife.
The victim of an attack tells the BBC those carrying out such assaults should face a life sentence.
A BBC investigation also finds more than 100 tower blocks in Birmingham have just one exit stairwell.