The first editions of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone initially sold for £10.99 in 1997.
Freak winds smash car windows, bring walls down and damage houses in Widnes.
The New England shilling dates from 1652 and was found amongst a forgotten coin collection.
A BBC investigation had previously exposed the occultist's influence on the killer of two sisters.
Twenty seven schools in England are using a facial recognition system to take lunch payments from children, with 15 more due to start using the system shortly.
The UK has recorded another 49,139 new COVID cases and 179 virus-related deaths, the latest figures show.
Newcastle United have asked their fans to stop wearing "traditional Arabic clothing or Middle East-inspired head coverings" at matches after their Saudi Arabian backed takeover.
The Queen has cancelled a trip to Northern Ireland after she "reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days," Buckingham Palace has announced.
Strictly Come Dancing contestant Tilly Ramsay has responded to a radio host who called her a "chubby little thing" during his early morning show.
British baking royalty Mary Berry has been recognised by actual royalty, by being made a Dame Commander for services to culinary arts, charity and broadcasting.
Changes are being made to how lone officers will prove their identity and purpose to lone women, the Metropolitan Police has said.
Abdalraouf Abdallah was visited by Salman Abedi in jail before the Manchester Arena attack.
The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has admitted there is "unwitting sexism" within the force.
Pilot David Ibbotson had been ordered to not fly the aircraft that crashed into the English channel.
Dame Cressida Dick says a video call will be instigated by the officer and not by the woman asking for it.
Charities have said thousands of people with compromised immune systems across the UK are being "shamefully let down" amid confusion over the rollout of the third dose of the COVID vaccine.
A police force is fighting the decision to allow an officer to keep his job after he flashed his warrant card at a woman in an attempt to "abuse his position for a sexual purpose".
Yanick Beresford attacked a man after being paid £10 for drugs worth £230 by the victim's daughter.
The idea is raised by the Archbishop of York, who says a statue should be located on Southend Pier.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has called for an update from police following a number of cases where women have been reported being injected with a needle in nightclubs.
Buckingham Palace says she has "reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days".
The Queen has cancelled a trip to Northern Ireland today and has "reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days", Buckingham Palace has said.
Northern Ireland households could see gas bills increase by another 50% in December warns regulator.
Sean Flynn had been due to stand trial over the death of his mother Louise Tiffney, who went missing in 2002.
BBC NI's Spotlight programme highlights the thousands of dogs moved through NI every year.
The pandemic has exacerbated existing supply teacher issues, with Welsh and science bearing the brunt.
Steve Bruce has been sacked as head coach of Newcastle United.
Penelope Jackson is accused of murdering her husband of 24 years in their Somerset bungalow.
A student who believes she was jabbed in a club says she has been left feeling "really scared".
Police are searching for a driver after a woman, 23, was killed in a suspected hit-and-run in west London
Kevin Sinfield is to undertake another run for Motor Neurone Disease research after raising over £2.7m by completing seven marathons in 2020.
A Nottingham student who believes she was injected with a needle during a night out speaks to the BBC.
Refugees are leaving their hotels as they fear being moved to any part of the UK if they stay there.
Dozens of residents from a housing estate in Ayr spend a second night out of their homes following the blast.
Campaigners are calling for all police forces to record hate crimes against women - a move the prime minister has said would put an extra burden on officers.
A group of MPs and campaigners have urged the equality watchdog to publish guidance that would designate hair discrimination as a form of racism.
Jodie Whittaker said she was "crying her eyes out" during her final days on the Doctor Who set.
You'll Never Walk Alone has overtaken Frank Sinatra's My Way as the most-played funeral song, new figures suggest.
The papers focus on the government's climate strategy and fears of another Covid wave as cases rise.
As UK coronavirus cases continue to rise and leading figures warn about NHS capacity, the government may soon come under pressure to start rolling out its Plan B to tackle the virus this winter.
Rock group Noisy had around £25,000 of musical equipment stolen from their van in Walthamstow.
Hear from Afghan teenagers who are receiving English lessons, thanks to a local school.
Police say they arrested two "males" on suspicion of wounding after the attack in Bagillt, Flintshire.
A lorry fire has spread to 30 trailers and people are urged to keep windows and doors closed.
Laura Anderson shares her experience of hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) during her pregnancy two years ago.
Design boss Jo Barnard says you should always make you have future work lined up for your firm.
Fifty-five years on, survivors say they live with the images of death and destruction.
The strategy aimed at stopping people becoming terrorists is facing calls for it to be overhauled.
Up to four people from no more than two households can now visit care homes in Northern Ireland.
A deadly stowaway snake found its way to British shores after being found in a shipping container from India.
The UK is facing a "bleak" winter as health services have started seeing delays of up to six hours in admitting patients, a paramedic has warned.
A report raises concerns about chronic understaffing and excessive workloads at one hospital.
Online sessions with specialist officers have been scheduled 'as a priority' for Thursday and Friday.
A couple had a violent relationship and took alcohol and drugs, a murder trial hears.
Two-year-old George Hinds died in the explosion in Heysham, Lancashire, on 16 May.
The venomous saw-scaled viper is considered one of Africa and south Asia's deadliest snakes.
The body of 62-year-old was found in a downstairs flat in Sandy Braes, Magherafelt, on Monday.
Manchester Airport says its Terminal 2 remains closed as police investigate reports of a suspicious package.
A man on trial for organising the flight that killed Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala was aware the pilot was not qualified and that his flying was “all over the place”, a court has been told.
The government has announced its plan to wean UK homes off a reliance on fossil fuels as part of its strategy for cutting emissions to net-zero by 2050.
A UK government minister says such a project could provide thousands of jobs on Anglesey.