Mariah Carey has finally hit the number one slot in the UK's official charts with All I Want For Christmas - 26 years after it was first released.
Footage appears to show a climate activist pouring human faeces on a memorial for Captain Sir Tom Moore.
The London Marathon is taking place today - and with more than 50,000 people set to take part, it's on course to break records for the world's largest.
Almost four decades on, the unlikely friendships made during the 1984 miners' strike remain strong.
Celebrating multicultural, multi-faith Britain will underscore the new King's first official visits.
New cases continue to fall, thanks to vaccines and vigilance, says a top expert.
Polling in Sunday's papers indicates that faith in the government's economic competence is damaged.
The Junkoactive Wasteman and the Tin Can Twins are touring festivals and shows with their music.
Powers were granted for some after her murderer was found with imagery on his computer.
Buckingham Palace has released the first official photograph of the King and the Queen Consort standing alongside the new Prince and Princess of Wales.
The monarch and prime minister agreed the King would not attend after he sought government advice.
A 34-year-old man is charged over the death of the nine-year-old who was shot in her Liverpool home.
A man has been charged with the murder of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
Dean Bolt only started competing five years ago and won the world title in France earlier this week.
The day of action across the UK sees people highlight the cost-of-living crisis and the environment.
Up to 1.6 tonnes of explosives were used to level the 65m (213ft) structure.
The former BBC presenter jokes he is "getting used to being the quietest person in the room".
Police searching for the last known victim of Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley say have not found any human remains - but are continuing work to excavate the site.
Climate protesters say they have "occupied" major bridges in central London, bringing traffic to a standstill.
The Basic Oxygen Steelmaking (BOS) Plant was brought down using 1.6 tonnes of explosives.
Flight Sergeant William Robert Stephen Hurrell's remains were discovered in the Netherlands in 2019.
One retailer sold almost 10 times more energy top-ups than normal on the day before prices rose.
Seven-months pregnant Jamielee Fielding from Livingston is serving four months in prison for failing to pay a fine.
The 12-year-old was one of five youngsters killed by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in the 1960s.
Bill Witham, who performed as Napper Swan, is believed to have been assaulted on 6 September, police say.
Liz Truss has agreed the cause of the leaks in the Nord Stream pipelines was "sabotage", her spokesperson has said.
The brother of the final victim of Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley is expected to hear today whether the discovery of suspected human remains is crucial to the investigation.
Majority of train services are suspended in Wales as part of nationwide strike action.
The Mirror newspaper apologises after mistaking another man for the chancellor in an online story.
"It's Victorian isn't it?" asks Hannay Reay as she contemplates just what they are doing.
Tom Diaper is walking 100 miles with colleagues over four days to raise awareness of mental health.
The devolved governments of the UK want an urgent meeting with Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng to discuss immediate action to reverse the damaging effects of the mini-budget.
Anoosheh Ashoori, 68, says he is taking part to raise awareness about others held captive.
Two marathon runners tell BBC Newsbeat about overcoming the odds to compete in the London Marathon.
Emails between an officer and a crash suspect's family are brought into question in a police review.
A teenage soldier who took part in the Queen's state funeral has been found dead at his barracks.
Dan Metcalfe was left with no muscle use from his chest downwards after a motorbike accident.
What we buy is a subconscious choice about how we wish to present to others, an expert says.
Two young people brought up in care speak about challenging stereotypes and the need for safe housing.
A UK-wide strike by RMT members on Saturday could be followed by a ScotRail walkout on 10 October.
The detective who became like "family" to girl's parents, speaks of the ordeal of her disappearance.
The chancellor's pledge to bring in a debt-reduction plan and the police hunt for Keith Bennett's body feature.
Trooper Jack Burnell-Williams reportedly took part in the late Queen's funeral procession.
An investigation has been launched after a fatal stabbing in north London.
More than 50,000 letters of condolence have been sent to Buckingham Palace following the Queen's death.
One woman who made the switch says her coal bunker has been raided by a thief.
It follows higher than expected neonatal deaths in September 2021 and March this year.
Prince William says online safety for young people should be "prerequisite, not an afterthought" after inquest into 14-year-old's death
Ian Roper, 58, told his victim to remove her clothes and imagine she was rubbing sun cream on.
Prince William has called for improved online safety for children after a coroner ruled social media contributed to the death of 14-year-old Molly Russell.
Police were criticised for releasing the wrong image of another black woman, among other mistakes.
Climate change activist Louis McKechnie stopped play when he tied himself to a goalpost by his neck.
John Lansdown was the only seafarer out of the 800 sacked to take legal action against P&O Ferries.
Emmanuel Ugborokefe believes race was a factor when he was mistaken for a suspected Rolex robber.
Benefit claimants who could face a real-terms cut to the financial support they receive have told Sky News that it could leave them homeless.
People sat on the floor in Wales' largest hospital due to a lack of seating, an inspection finds.
Police investigating the murder of a council worker in Liverpool have released images of a vehicle travelling in the area shortly before she was shot.
A BBC investigation found a "toxic culture" of abuse and bullying at a Manchester mental health unit.
Detectives have made another arrest in connection with the murder of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool.
The latest ONS weekly survey estimates one in 45 people are currently infected.
Nearly half of the carbon offsets held by energy company Centrica on behalf of its UK business and residential customers have such a poor reputation that the EU banned them from its own emissions trading scheme in 2013.