1. Article 50: May signs letter that will trigger Brexit

    The letter will be delivered to the EU on Wednesday, marking formal notice of the UK's exit.
  2. Trump signs order undoing Obama climate change policies

    Environmentalists warn Mr Trump's order will have serious consequences at home and abroad.
  3. Francois Fillon's wife Penelope under formal investigation

    The French presidential candidate's wife is accused of being paid public money for a "fake job".
  4. Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was 'focused on his family'

    A former employer describes Masood as the "antithesis of a violent radical".
  5. New population of rare tigers found in eastern Thailand

    Camera traps caught images of the critically endangered Indochinese tigers in eastern Thailand.
  6. Police appeal after mother vanishes with two sons

    The 42-year-old was last seen in Nottingham city centre on Monday.
  7. Paralysed man feeds himself with help of implants

    Paralysed man says he is "wowed" after implants allow him to regain control of his right arm.
  8. Marine Le Pen on why the EU wants Brexit to be painful

    Though the French presidential candidate still thinks Great Britain will negotiate a good deal.
  9. Laptop cabin ban 'ineffective'

    The ban also creates "commercial distortions" said IATA chief executive Alexandre de Juniac.
  10. Scottish Parliament backs referendum call

    It is agreed by 69 votes to 59 that Nicola Sturgeon should make a request to the UK government.
  11. Unions criticise 1% pay rise for public sector workers

    Ministers defend the below-inflation deal but unions say NHS staff are being "taken for granted".
  12. Cyclone Debbie: Queensland braced for dangerous floods

    A 1,300km (800 miles) area is at dangerous risk of flooding after Cyclone Debbie, authorities warn.
  13. The papers: It's 'Dover and out' as Brexit begins

    A bid for freedom, or a step into the unknown? Theresa May's move to trigger Brexit negotiations is the story for Wednesday's newspaper front pages.
  14. 'Memories for Mummy' - how Rio Ferdinand is helping his kids grieve

    Rio Ferdinand shares how he found a way to help his children cope with their mother's death.
  15. Selling my fertility changed the law in Britain

    In 1985, Kim Cotton became Britain's first commercial surrogate mother
  16. Why I've knitted hundreds of woollen breasts

    Sharon is a volunteer for the charity Knitted Knockers.
  17. In pictures: Life on Clapham High Street

    Photographer Jim Grover documents a day on Clapham High Street as shoppers give way to clubbers.
  18. Can coal make a comeback under Trump?

    Here is why coal's decline can be slowed but not completely reversed.
  19. BBC News Channel

    BBC coverage of latest developments
  20. Co-sleeping: 'My baby died after we fell asleep on the sofa'

    Dawn Barclay fell asleep on the sofa with her baby daughter, but woke to find the child was not breathing.
  21. Britons in Finland face uncertainty over their future

    Language requirements may pose a problem for British people resident in Finland post-Brexit.
  22. Japan turns to Basil Fawlty in race for Olympic English

    Japan is struggling to make sure it has enough English speakers when it hosts the Olympic Games in 2020.
  23. How an ambulance became a place for safe sex

    A converted vehicle has been designed to act as a sanctuary for Danish sex workers at risk of violence and exploitation.
  24. The US beauty queen making her invisible illness visible

    US beauty queen Victoria Graham has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) but isn't afraid to show her scars.
  25. Did Corrie's Ken Barlow fall or was he pushed?

    Ken Barlow Some classic TV whodunnits from over the years on both sides of the Atlantic.
  26. London attack: Your questions answered

    BBC London's home affairs correspondent Nick Beake answers your questions about the Westminster attack.
  27. 'I was sterilised against my will'

    Victoria Vigo woke from an emergency caesarean to find she had been sterilised - without her consent. Now she is demanding justice.
  28. Rescue dog's journey from stray to saviour

    How a rescue dog is helping people to get out of hospital more quickly.
  29. France 0-2 Spain

    Video technology is used to reverse two incorrect decisions as Spain beat France in a friendly in Paris.
  30. Republic of Ireland 0-1 Iceland

    The Republic of Ireland's 15-game unbeaten run at the Aviva Stadium ends as their under-strength side are beaten by Iceland.
  31. Davis Cup: Andy Murray will miss Great Britain's quarter-final against France

    Andy Murray is left out of Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final team to face France as he recovers from an elbow injury.
  32. Reality check: Your Brexit questions answered

    Red lines, Britons in the EU and can the UK back out? Kevin Connolly and Norman Smith investigate.
  33. Your guide to Article 50 and what happens next

    Theresa May says she will trigger Article 50 by the end of March - starting Brexit negotiations.
  34. What are Brexit Britain's trade options?

    With Article 50 now set to be triggered, what are the options for the UK's negotiators when it comes to trade?
  35. Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

    A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.
  36. Article 50: The people who will negotiate Brexit

    Profiles of eight people who will work out the detail of the exit deal.