1. Jerusalem synagogue attack: Seven killed in shooting

    The victims are shot dead in a suspected militant attack at a synagogue in East Jerusalem.
  2. Dominic Raab: More civil servants planned to lodge complaints

    The BBC understands some workers pulled out after they were told they would be identified to Dominic Raab.
  3. London's West End: Man crushed by telescopic urinal dies

    The man had been working on the pop-up toilet, which is stored beneath the ground during the day.
  4. County lines: How a child’s phones helped smash a trafficking gang

    Six members of a county lines gang are jailed for trafficking a teenage drug runner.
  5. Firefighter dies after Jenners blaze in Edinburgh

    Barry Martin was injured in a fire at the former department store in Edinburgh on Monday.
  6. Laura Winham death: Family battled privacy law as sister lay dead

    Laura Winham had refused contact with her family, who she thought were trying to harm her.
  7. Razzies 2023: Drew Barrymore calls child actor's nomination bullying

    The former child actor said Ryan Keira Armstrong should never have been up for consideration.
  8. Jeremy Hunt says significant tax cuts in Budget unlikely

    The chancellor, who outlined a growth plan, says there will be little room for cuts in March.
  9. Serving British Army member charged with terror offence

    The 21-year-old serviceman is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Saturday.
  10. Carole Packman murder: Decision to free wife-killer will not be contested

    Russell Causley murdered Carole Packman in 1985 and has never revealed the whereabouts of her body.
  11. Bodycam footage shows moment of Paul Pelosi attack

    A US court authorised the release of video from the October 2022 assault on Nancy Pelosi's husband.
  12. Manchester City 1-0 Arsenal: Nathan Ake scores decisive goal as hosts edge into FA Cup fifth round

    Pep Guardiola calls Nathan Ake an "exceptional guy" after he sends Manchester City into the FA Cup fifth round with the winner against Arsenal.
  13. Cost of living with food allergies becoming 'unbearable'

    Prices of supermarket staples are rising at the fastest rate in decades, hitting "free from" shoppers hard.
  14. Cost of living: Cash bonuses behind record number of bank switches

    Up to £200 was offered by some banks to switching customers - prompting the most moves since 2013.
  15. Energy saving scheme: What is the energy saving scheme for electricity?

    A scheme to reward people for cutting back on electricity use is running for a second day.
  16. Cost of living: Woman puts cat down jumper to keep warm

    Sharon Hearn says she can only afford to heat her home for two hours a day.
  17. NHS pressures: Staff leave social care for more money

    One worker found social care "very rewarding" and would return if he could get truck driver wages.
  18. UK inflation rate calculator: How much are prices rising for you?

    Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.
  19. Can I get a Cold Weather Payment and how much are they?

    Cold Weather Payments are available to some when there is a run of sub-zero temperatures.
  20. Why inflation is falling but prices are still rising

    We report this percentage every month but here are three things you may not know.
  21. Cost of living: Five tips when asking for a pay rise

    Recruiters, a manager and a workplace psychologist give their advice on how to negotiate for more money.
  22. Energy bills rise for 2.5 million homes on Economy 7

    Customers on Economy 7 tariffs see bills rise 7.6% despite the government fixing prices until April.
  23. Tyre Nichols bodycam footage: What we know about the arrest video

    Lawyers for the 29-year-old's family say the bodycam footage shows Mr Nichols being severely beaten.
  24. Taylor Swift: Fans search for clues in Lavender Haze video tease

    Fans of the artist have been speculating for months about which album could be re-recorded next.
  25. Quiz of the week: What was said about Doja Cat's Paris look?

    How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?
  26. Survivors and leaders mark Holocaust Memorial Day

    Holocaust survivors and international leaders honour the six million Jewish people murdered by the Nazis.
  27. South Korea: 'Protesting for 20 years and still no equal rights'

    Disability rights activists are disrupting rush hour in Seoul's subway stations to demand better access.
  28. Fur wheel drive: Aviemore Sled Dog Rally

    Pictures from the annual event's practice day at Feshiebridge.
  29. Huw Edwards on depression: 'I'm not the least bit embarrassed'

    The News at Ten presenter on his own depression and TV news.
  30. Ukraine war: Zelensky's government launches anti-corruption drive

    The government in Kyiv is trying to tackle corruption head-on, but it’s a risky strategy.
  31. Eating disorders: 'We had to climb walls just to get a bit of help'

    Eating disorder therapy rooms are being set up in memory of Chelsea Mooney and Nikki Grahame.
  32. The lost history of Tynemouth's Holocaust safe house for girls

    Following a BBC investigation, a blue plaque is to be unveiled celebrating the house's history.
  33. Liberal Democrats targeting Tory seats in election fight back

    Sir Ed Davey has a plan to avoid another Lib Dem general election flop but it will be a challenge.
  34. Bosses secretly want staff back in office, says business group

    The head of the business lobby group claims the world of work has "gone crazy" since the pandemic.
  35. Mobile phone fraud: 'They stole £22,500 using my banking app'

    Banks are being caught off guard by the growing threat of mobile phone fraud, says charity the Fraud Advisory Panel.
  36. Israel-Palestinian conflict: Fears of wider flare-up after deadly Jenin raid

    What's behind the raid on the West Bank city, which led to nine Palestinian deaths on Thursday?
  37. England in South Africa: Tourists slump to 27-run defeat despite Jason Roy century

    England fall to a 27-run defeat in the first one-day international against South Africa despite Jason Roy's belligerent century.
  38. Dina Asher-Smith sets British 60m record to win Germany meeting

    Dina Asher-Smith sets a new British record as she wins the women's 60m at the World Indoor Tour in Germany.
  39. FA Cup highlights: Nathan Ake scores FA Cup winner as Man City edge Arsenal

    Manchester City win the FA Cup battle with Premier League title rivals Arsenal as Nathan Ake's goal gives them a narrow fourth-round victory at Etihad Stadium.
  40. Anthony Gordon: Newcastle agree £45m deal for Everton forward

    Newcastle United are close to signing Everton's Anthony Gordon after the clubs agreed a deal that could eventually be worth £45m.
  41. Formula 1: Sexist comments 'do not reflect' FIA boss Mohammed Ben Sulayem's beliefs

    Motorsport's governing body the FIA says sexist remarks attributed to its president "do not reflect his beliefs".
  42. Australian Open 2023 final: Elena Rybakina and Aryna Sabalenka face off in Melbourne

    Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina meets fifth seed Aryna Sabalenka in the Australian Open final at Melbourne Park on Saturday.
  43. Moises Caicedo: Brighton midfielder confirms he wants to leave club

    Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo confirms he wants to leave the club in an open letter on his Instagram.