BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.
Toddler murdered by legal guardian
A woman who was legal guardian to a toddler who died after suffering more than 150 injuries is convicted of murder.
PC guilty of bogus IS kidnap alert
A PC who falsely claimed a fellow officer was going to be kidnapped by terrorists is convicted of perverting the course of justice.
'Leicester made mugs of all of us'
Premier League chief Richard Scudamore says Leicester's title triumph "made mugs of all of us" and is a "fantastic feeling".
Javid orders probe into BHS collapse
Business Secretary Sajid Javid orders the Insolvency Service to investigate the collapse of BHS, as the former owner of the UK department store Sir Philip Green agrees to appear before MPs.
MP Shah to 'stand aside' from committee
MP Naz Shah "stands aside" from the Commons Home Affairs select committee amid the row over allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
British woman drowns in bath in Spain
A 24-year-old British woman has drowned in a hotel bath in Majorca, Spanish police say.
'Hundreds more' troops could go to Iraq
Britain could send hundreds more troops to Iraq in training roles to boost the fight against so-called Islamic State, a defence source tells the BBC.
Parents in primary school test protest
Numbers of parents have kept their children off school for the day in a protest about primary tests in England.
Police speak to MEP in sex assault claim
UKIP member of the European Parliament Tim Aker voluntarily speaks to police over allegations of sexual assault.
Police taunt car thief over crisp clue
A hapless thief is taunted by police for leaving crisps, a soft drink, tools and a balaclava at the scene of a crime.
Wire at neck-height 'to hurt' cyclists
Wire is tied at neck height on a popular cycling track in an effort to "hurt or scare people", police say.
Park hand-rears first armadillo pups
A keeper at Cotswold Wildlife Park is hand-rearing its first new-born armadillos after they were rejected by their mother.
Star Wars fan plans to storm mountain
A Star Wars fan who walked to the tops of Snowdon and Ben Nevis while dressed as a stormtrooper plans to tackle England's tallest mountain.
Title win an amazing feeling - Ranieri
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri says it is an "amazing feeling" to have steered the club to their first top-flight title.
Fellaini and Huth charged after clash
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini and Leicester's Robert Huth are charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.