BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.
Victims meeting abuse inquiry staff
Victims' groups are meeting officials from a child sex abuse inquiry and are expected to call for inquiry chair Fiona Woolf to resign.
Two missing after fireworks blaze
Two people are missing and a man has been arrested after a major blaze at a Stafford fireworks warehouse that left two people in hospital.
Police boss in gross misconduct probe
A police chief will face an internal charge of gross misconduct after an allegation of inappropriate behaviour towards women.
Alcohol 'should have calorie labels'
Alcohol should have a calorie content label in order to reduce obesity, according to public health doctors.
Terror sentences 'were justified'
Three men who challenged their special extended sentences for preparing terrorism offences lose their appeals.
Ulster Bank to be retained by RBS
RBS will retain control of Ulster Bank and says it has a good market position that can deliver attractive returns.
'Do more' to tackle aid corruption
The UK government is not doing enough to tackle "petty corruption" in countries to which it gives aid, a report by a scrutiny body says.
Government to 'retire' some WW1 debt
The UK Government has said that it will 'retire' £218m of the UK's £2bn First World War debt by refinancing bonds originally issued by Winston Churchill.
'Family test' for policies outlined
All policies will be measured against the impact they have on the formation and support of stable families, ministers say.
Double contest for Scottish Labour
The Scottish Labour party is now seeking both a new leader and a new deputy leader following the resignation of Anas Sarwar.
Firefighters set for pensions strike
Firefighters across England are to start a four-day strike later in a row over pensions during one of the service's busiest weekends of the year.
ChildLine seeing more suicidal children
More children who have talked about killing themselves are contacting ChildLine for help, the counselling service says.
Hammer robber steals mayor's chains
A hammer-wielding robber takes the ceremonial chains of the mayor of Bury in a violent attack.
Botanist's family renew appeal
The father of a botanist from Argyll who went missing in Vietnam a year ago asks anyone with any information to come forward.
RBS reserves £400m for currency probe
Royal Bank of Scotland sets aside £400m to cover potential costs from an investigation into possible manipulation of the foreign exchange market.