BBC News - UK
The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.
Ebola detected again in Scottish nurse
Ebola has been detected in a Scottish nurse who first contracted the virus in December last year.
Cross-party EU exit group launches
A new cross-party campaign aimed at taking the UK out of the European Union is due to be launched, the second such group ahead of the EU referendum.
Scale of NHS deficits to be revealed
The scale of the growing financial problems in the NHS in England will become clearer later, when the latest accounts are published.
MPs want better help for poorer pupils
The Public Accounts Committee calls for more effective support for two million disadvantaged school pupils.
Cases dropped over ill-health or age
More than 2,000 suspected criminals avoided prosecution in England and Wales last year because of their ill-health or age, figures show.
SSI 'missed' Redcar pension payments
Steel company SSI missed some payments into its employees' pension scheme, a worker at the Redcar steelworks says.
Northern Ireland 3-1 Greece
Northern Ireland qualify for the Euro 2016 finals - their first major tournament since 1986 - by beating Greece 3-1 at Windsor Park.
IRA-Libya inquiry wants Blair evidence
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is asked to give evidence to a parliamentary inquiry into compensation for Libyan-sponsored IRA violence.
Corbyn to praise social enterprise
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will urge a shake up in the economy to give more support to businesses that operate in the wider interests of the community.
MSPs back car smoking ban proposals
A law proposing the ban of smoking in cars carrying children passes its first hurdle in the Scottish Parliament.
DUP ministers could end in-out policy
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) says it could drop its policy of in-out ministerial positions when a report is published on paramilitary activity next week.
Bruce Forsyth injured in home fall
Sir Bruce Forsyth has been told by doctors to have complete rest for at least a week after suffering a fall at his home.
VIDEO: Dancing great-great-granny goes viral
A great-great grandmother from Bolton goes viral after her grandson posts video online of her dancing to rap music.
Croc maths question 'was challenging'
A bamboozling question about a crocodile stalking its prey was one reason the pass mark for Higher maths had to be lowered, a report finds.
NI celebrates Euro 2016 qualification
Northern Ireland football fans have been celebrating in the streets of Belfast after the team qualified for its first major tournament in 30 years.