BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.
Shapps quits amid Tory bullying claims
Grant Shapps quits as a minister amid claims he failed to act on allegations of bullying in the Tory youth wing, saying the "buck should stop with me".
Tories lobby Labour MPs on Syria
Senior ministers phone opposition MPs to build support for possible air strikes in Syria, as Stop the War protests are held in London.
Vardy breaks goalscoring record
Jamie Vardy breaks Ruud van Nistelrooy's record as he becomes the first player to score in 11 consecutive Premier League matches.
Pregnant woman hurt in hit-and-run
A mother-to-be is injured in a hit-and-run crash in Greater Manchester where the driver carried her along on the bonnet.
PM urges Commonwealth extremism fight
Commonwealth countries must lead the fight against extremism, corruption and climate change, David Cameron says in a speech in Malta.
Hundreds more jobs saved at Caparo
A further 333 jobs are saved at steel company Caparo, administrators PwC announce.
Mosque arson attempt 'a hate crime'
A man is hunted by police after he was spotted trying to set fire to Finsbury Park Mosque in north London.
Amazon UK reports biggest sales day
Online retailer Amazon says it has its biggest sales day ever in the UK as shoppers rush to buy bargains on Black Friday.
Sinkhole security costs top £40k
More than £40,000 has been spent on round-the-clock security near the site of a sinkhole, a council says.
Two dead after 'intense' house blaze
Firefighters investigate a blaze in Wirral in which a man and woman both died.
Seventh man held after fatal brawl
A seventh man is arrested as part of a murder investigation following a fatal street brawl in south London.
GB lead after Murrays win doubles
Britain are one win from a first Davis Cup title in 79 years after Andy and Jamie Murray's doubles victory against Belgium.
Fury v Klitschko on after canvas row
Tyson Fury's world title fight with Wladimir Klitschko is set to go ahead after a row over the canvas being "too soft".
Can Fury possibly stun Klitschko?
Much like Tyson Fury himself, backing the 'Gypsy Warrior' to beat Wladimir Klitschko doesn't make an awful lot of sense. But you just never know, writes Ben Dirs.
Syria bombing opposed by Plaid Cymru
The leader of Plaid Cymru says the party cannot support UK bombing in Syria, unless more questions are answered by Prime Minister David Cameron.