1. Ukraine war: Putin raises stakes in speech full of anti-Western bile

    This is an attempt to divert from Russia's problems on the battlefield, says the BBC's Steve Rosenberg.
  2. Prince tweets on online safety after Molly inquest

    Prince William says online safety for young people should be "prerequisite, not an afterthought".
  3. Liz Truss resists calls for earlier tax plans assessment

    Some Tories believe publishing the forecast sooner would reassure markets following a turbulent week.
  4. Moors Murders: Search for Keith Bennett's body restarts

    Police search for the body of Keith Bennett, killed in 1964, after "potential remains" are found.
  5. Steve Wright signs off from BBC Radio 2 afternoon show

    The DJ delivers a heartfelt speech as he ends his daily programme after 23 years.
  6. Olivia Pratt-Korbel: Further arrest over Liverpool shooting

    A man is held on suspicion of assisting an offender after the killing of Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
  7. The Edenfield Centre: Bereaved family 'reeling with anger' at abuse

    A BBC investigation found a "toxic culture" of abuse and bullying at a Manchester mental health unit.
  8. Covid infections rise by 14% in UK and now top a million

    But there is no clear evidence of an autumn wave starting, says the Office for National Statistics.
  9. Phil Collins and two Genesis bandmates sell song catalogue for a reported $300m

    The deal is one of the biggest in music history, approaching the sum paid for Bob Dylan's music.
  10. Sue Barker: BBC could have handled my Question of Sport exit better

    The presenter says the BBC could have handled her exit better when it decided to shake up the show.
  11. Lev Tahor Jewish sect members held in Mexico escape

    Dramatic footage shows members escaping the site where they were held since a raid on their base.
  12. Cost of living tips: How to cut energy and heating costs in your home

    Consumer Affairs Correspondent Colletta Smith has picked out some of the best ways to cut costs in your home.
  13. Hurricane Ian: 'I hid in my bath tub all night'

    Mobile home residents without any insurance are counting the cost of a devastating storm in Florida.
  14. King Charles: New coins featuring monarch's portrait unveiled

    Centuries of tradition are followed as King Charles faces left - the opposite way to the Queen.
  15. David Tennant jealous of incoming Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa

    The star on returning to the sci-fi TV show, and his new stage production, Good, about the Holocaust.
  16. Harry Styles: Could singer's make-up get more men into cosmetics?

    The popstar-slash-actor's beauty brand branches into cosmetics - but will other men follow his lead?
  17. Quiz of the week: Whose crystal flute did Lizzo play?

    How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?
  18. Inuit Greenlanders demand answers over Danish birth control scandal

    Denmark and Greenland agree to investigate traumatising birth control procedures on Inuit Greenlanders.
  19. BP in oil field where ‘cancer is rife’

    BBC investigation uncovers the deadly impact of the oil giant's toxic air pollution on children.
  20. The Governess, Anne Hegerty, on autism, quizzing and her challenges with everyday life

    The Governess, Anne Hegerty, on autism and how she finds everyday household tasks difficult.
  21. Doorstep murder: Police have new man in sights over banker shooting

    The development comes after a flurry of activity in the hunt for the killer of banker Alistair Wilson.
  22. Netflix's Jeffrey Dahmer drama attracts huge ratings and strong reactions

    The latest true crime streaming show is criticised by some - but achieves huge viewing figures.
  23. Train strikes: What are the dates and where is affected?

    Thousands of transport workers are striking in an ongoing row over pay, jobs and conditions.
  24. Brazil election: Do voting machines lead to fraud?

    President Bolsonaro says the voting machines used in Brazil are prone to fraud, but hasn't provided evidence.
  25. Finland wants to transform how we make clothes

    Firms behind innovative fibres says they can make fashion a more sustainable business.
  26. Singapore Grand Prix: Alex Albon fit to race after medical emergency

    Alex Albon declares himself fit to race in the Singapore Grand Prix after completing practice on his first day on track after a medical emergency.
  27. Rugby League World Cup: England name Dom Young and Victor Radley in squad

    England select uncapped NRL-based duo Dom Young and Victor Radley in their 24-man squad for the Rugby League World Cup.
  28. Chelsea: President of business Tom Glick initially dismissed complaint from female agent as 'not relevant' to his job

    Chelsea's president of business initially dismissed a complaint about inappropriate text messages sent by the club's commercial director to a female agent as "not relevant" to his job.
  29. Worcester Warriors: Administrators face exodus of players after further unpaid wages

    Worcester Warriors' administrators expect players to give two weeks' notice after not being paid their September wages.
  30. 'Choosing between heat and nappies is my biggest worry'

    With the energy price cap set to rise, BBC News talks to Kezia, who struggles on a prepayment meter.
  31. Energy price cap: Three things to do before your bills rise

    Millions are seeing their energy bills go up, but there are ways to help ease the mounting costs.
  32. When are the £400 energy rebate and other cost-of-living payments due?

    All UK households will get a grant which will reduce energy bills by £400 from October.
  33. UK interest rates: How high could they go?

    Interest rates are at their highest level for 14 years. Here is what it means for you.
  34. How much money is the UK government borrowing?

    How does a government borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?