BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.
UK will do its duty over migrants - PM
David Cameron says the UK will fulfil its "moral responsibilities" as pressure mounts to take in more people fleeing to Europe.
Kendall warns of Tory 'wipe out' bid
The Conservatives will launch a drive to "wipe out" Labour as soon as the party chooses its new leader, candidate Liz Kendall warns during a TV debate.
Missing mother arrested on UK return
A woman who went missing with her four children amid fears they were heading from London to Syria has been arrested on her return to the UK, police say.
New badger culls 'now under way'
Badger culls in Dorset, Somerset and Gloucestershire have begun, the government confirms.
Whooping cough jab plea to mums-to-be
Pregnant women should ensure they have the whooping cough vaccine to protect their babies, Public Health England is urging.
Murray fights back to beat Mannarino
Britain's Andy Murray fights back from two sets down to beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino and keep his US Open hopes intact.
Plea for West Ham inquiry thrown out
The government rejects a request from a group of football supporters to investigate the rental of the Olympic Stadium to West Ham United.
UK reporters freed from Turkish jail
Two Vice News British journalists arrested in Turkey on terror charges are being released from prison, but their translator remains in custody.
Council to 'ban staff smoking breaks'
Smoking breaks could be banned for thousands of council employees under new proposals, it emerges.
Police call centre closures delayed
The Scottish government says plans to close regional police call centres are to be delayed in the wake of delays in investigating a fatal crash on the M9.
Boy's naked selfie recorded as crime
A 14-year-old boy who sent a naked photo of himself to a girl at school has had a crime of making and distributing indecent images recorded against him, the BBC learns.
Beheaded murder case 'devastating'
The death of a woman understood to have been found beheaded in a house has "devastated the close-knit community", a neighbour says.
Tarantula-in-post shock for homeowner
A man from Bristol is shocked to discover a "semi-aggressive" South American tarantula in a parcel sent to his new home.
Unlucky racing pigeon rescued at sea
An unlucky racing pigeon twice attacked by hawks is rescued at sea by a paddleboarder.
Cross-party talks to begin next week
Downing Street confirms that "urgent, intensive and focused cross-party talks" will begin next week in Belfast in an attempt to resolve the crisis at the assembly.