BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
Royal Bank of Scotland sees more losses in third quarter
Royal Bank of Scotland reports a £469m loss for July to September amid continuing "legacy issues".
Tony Blair: Options must stay open on Brexit
The UK should keep "options open" over Brexit, Tony Blair says, including a possible second referendum.
Fire rages close to historic Exeter Cathedral
Hundreds of firefighters are tackling a large blaze at a building on Exeter's Cathedral Green.
Smail Ayad charged in Australia with second British backpacker murder
The man accused of stabbing to death two British backpackers at an Australian hostel is charged with a second count of murder.
'Dangerous' man sought over police hit-and-run
Police hunting a man over the attempted murder of two officers in a hit-and-run have released an image of the suspect.
Iain Duncan Smith urges PM to reverse Universal Credit cuts
Former minister Iain Duncan Smith calls for cuts to Universal Credit to be reversed to help low-paid workers.
100 firefighters tackle large fire at Gower College, Swansea
About 100 firefighters are tackling a large blaze at a college in Swansea and say it is now under control.
NHS set to miss target on foreign patient costs
The NHS is set to miss a target in England of recovering £500m in costs from overseas patients.
Abuse inquiry dropped investigation into lawyer's conduct
The child sex abuse inquiry dropped an investigation of its most senior lawyer despite a disclosure of alleged sexual assault.
Nissan in UK: 'No cheque book' involved, says minister
There was "no cheque book" offer to Nissan ahead of its move to boost UK production, says the government.
Calais 'Jungle' stragglers and minors spend another night at camp
About 70 migrants remaining at the Calais 'Jungle' camp are allowed to sleep at the site, as work continues to dismantle it.
Extra trained nurses 'key to stroke survival' says study
The chance of surviving a stroke is linked to the number of trained nurses immediately available to treat patients, researchers find
Mist rolls over Jurassic cliffs
Remarkable footage of morning mist rolling over cliffs on the Jurassic Coast has been captured by a Dorset photographer.
Brexit: The Poles heading for the exit after referendum
Some Polish people say they no longer feel welcome in Britain after Brexit and may leave.
Bake Off superfans watch series final
BBC reporter Nicola Rees watches the final of The Great British Bake Off with superfans in York.