Manchester City keeper Joe Hart - on a season-long loan at Torino - says he does not see himself playing for the Premier League club again.
The Canadian Judicial Council had recommended Robin Camp's removal from the bench.
Police have been questioning a man, 79, over Elsie Frost's killing after arresting him a second time.
Alex Hales and Joe Root hit centuries as England steamroller West Indies by 186 runs in Barbados to complete an ODI series whitewash.
Theresa May defends tax increase for self-employed workers - saying it will make things "fairer".
New York and Washington states join Hawaii in legal challenge against President Trump’s new travel ban
Boris Johnson tells the BBC that Britain should reject any EU demands for a £50bn "exit bill".
Passengers affected include shadow chancellor John McDonnell, who has pulled out of Question Time.
Bishop Philip North says complaints he received were "highly individualised attacks".
Students at a Warrington school helped create a prosthetic hand for a five-year-old boy.
Manchester United are held to a draw by FC Rostov in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 tie in Russia.
Ann-Marie James was stabbed in the chest by her brother Melvin, police say.
Glasses owned by Jane Austen reveal her poor eyesight may have been caused by arsenic poisoning.
Wales v Ireland in Cardiff kicks off round four of the 2017 Six Nations while England host Scotland on Saturday.
Is Hary Tanoesoedibjo Indonesia's answer to Donald Trump?
The note that contains the popular author's signature was discovered in a Hay-on-Wye bookshop.
In this Viewsnight, Richard Dawkins expresses his frustration with the idea that "the British people have spoken" on Brexit.
Head teachers have written to parents of 500,000 pupils to warn them of cuts to local schools.
Traffic lights are the worst place for exposing babies and toddlers to air pollution.
We revisit Nemley Junior who was freed from wildlife traffickers in Ivory Coast after a BBC News investigation.