MP becomes ninth this week to leave and blames anti-Semitism but has no plans to join new Independent Group.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial will be fit for Sunday's Premier League game against Liverpool.
Viewers have been left baffled by Oxford University student's unusual buzzing technique and incredible knowledge.
Chris O'Dowd very nearly played a role made famous by Richard E Grant.
A lorry ploughs into cars before knocking down and killing a woman and then smashing into a house.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says his side "will not try to antagonise" England prop Kyle Sinckler in the Six Nations on Saturday.
MPs from the Tories and Labour have resigned and formed a new political group, but what do they want?
President Maduro acts as opposition supporters defy attempts to stop them bringing in foreign aid.
Your morning briefing for 22 February 2019.
The Church of England votes to change a 400-year-old law which made Sunday services compulsory.
James Gargasoulas ploughed a car into pedestrians in Melbourne, killing six and injuring dozens.
Two students take up the challenge of repairing, reusing and recycling clothes for London Fashion Week.
One year after #MeToo came to the Oscars red carpet, there are no female nominees for best director.
Enthusiasts reveal their quest for perfection in recreating railway scenes from the past.
A children's charity is seeking a judicial review of government guidance over vulnerable children.
Leaders of a group of normally loyal Conservative MPs warn Theresa May over her Brexit strategy.
Researchers say, with many young people not receiving support, the study should be a "wake-up call".
In a letter to the home secretary, they say that - as her family - they "cannot simply abandon her".
Stephen Mellor served 14 years in prison but now wants to stop youngsters repeating his mistakes.
Theresa May facing another cabinet revolt and the murder of Alesha MacPhail, 6, make Friday's front pages.