BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.
Net migration to UK rises to 333,000
Net migration to the UK rose to 333,000 in 2015 - the second highest level on record, according to Office for National Statistics figures.
Warning over steel pension cut proposal
The government is warned that a proposal to cut pension benefits to help save Tata Steel's UK operations could have implications "well beyond the industry".
Exam stress 'among teen suicide causes'
Exam pressures and physical health problems, like acne, are major contributory factors in the suicides of young people, according to new research.
Triple killer loses bid for damages
Triple killer Joanne Dennehy fails in a bid to get compensation for solitary confinement in jail after claiming it was a violation of her human rights.
Ban on legal highs comes into force
A blanket ban on so-called legal highs comes into force across the UK, with new laws criminalising their production, distribution, sale and supply.
'Second chance' for heart transplant boy
A family whose two-year-old son received a heart transplant after a 14-month wait in hospital say they have been given "a second chance at life".
Teacher 'caused' last-minute exam change
A teacher who allegedly told students what to expect in the Higher English exam sparked a near-emergency at the exams agency, BBC Scotland understands.
HS2 'over-priced' say transport experts
HS2 is an over-priced, gold-plated project and will fail in many of its objectives a group of transport experts warns.
Women 'post 50% of misogynistic tweets'
A study into abusive tweets sent from UK Twitter accounts suggests large-scale misogyny, with women responsible for half of such tweets.
Probation breaches 'not being reported'
Probation officers are being told not to take action against offenders who breach sentence terms, because their companies risk being fined, a watchdog in England and Wales has said.
Ryanair accused of breaking electoral law
Vote Leave has accused airline company Ryanair of breaking electoral law in its campaign for the UK to stay in the EU.
Navy investigates 'lost submarine find'
The Royal Navy is investigating claims the wreckage of a British submarine lost during World War Two has been discovered off the coast of Sardinia.
Barbara Windsor story set for BBC drama
Dame Barbara Windsor says she is "honoured and excited" that her life story is to be turned into a one-off TV film.
Pooh story celebrates Queen's 90th
A new Winnie-the-Pooh adventure has been released to celebrate both the 90th birthday of the Queen and the fictional bear himself.
Bianchi family sue over 'avoidable' death
The family of the late Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi are taking legal action following the Frenchman's death last year.