BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
GCSE results: Half a million pupils to get their grades
The wait for the GCSE grades - the first to be awarded under the new system in England - is over.
Middle-aged told to walk faster
Health officials warn falling activity rates as people age are putting their health at risk.
Brake urges rural road practice for young drivers
Road safety charity Brake says compulsory practice for new drivers on rural roads could save lives.
UK government to investigate impact of overseas students
The Home Office is to launch a study into the impact on the labour market, as migration figures are released.
Food industry warns of Brexit workforce shortage
The food industry warns that a Brexit workforce shortage could leave a third of its businesses unviable.
UK car production revs up in July
About 136,000 vehicles rolled out of British factories last month, up almost 8% from last July.
Cromer sword-wielding suspect held as armed police called
Officers responded to reports the suspect was being aggressive with a sword towards people.
Prince Philip to attend bridge opening weeks after retiring
Prince Philip will join the Queen to open the Queensferry Crossing, having retired from solo duties.
Trump luxury hotel given £110,000 Scottish tax rebate
The tax rebate was meant to aid struggling small businesses and revive Scotland's tourism industry.
Audit Scotland: Care changes 'should benefit more people'
A new report says there is still a lot to do to provide self-directed support for everyone.
Firefighters tackle Poundland blaze in Chingford
Fifteen fire engines and nearly 100 firefighters are at the fire at Poundland in Chingford.
Brexit: Theresa May says UK leaving EU court's jurisdiction
A new government paper does not rule out a post-Brexit role for the court in settling disputes.
Cyclist Charlie Alliston guilty over pedestrian's death
Alliston was riding a fixed gear bike with no front brakes when he hit Kim Briggs as she crossed the road.
Students explain the new GCSE grading system
Students and schools have struggled to grapple with it and there are fears that it’s even less understood outside the education system, particularly by employers.
Radio 4's Shipping Forecast reaches 150 years old
Here's why we love Radio 4's iconic weather report, for the seas around the British Isles.