How Kent is finding itself the focus of the debate on grammar schools.
The Duke of Cambridge has met Chinese President Xi Jinping, as the prince begins the highest-profile UK royal visit to China in nearly 30 years.
Two men are being questioned after the suspicious death of a 42-year-old man at a former public house in Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taf.
David Somers leaves his role as Rangers chairman four days before the club's extraordinary general meeting.
BBC Inside Out looks at how the lives of GPs have changed over the last 35 years by comparing life in a doctors' practice in Yorkshire in 1979 and today.
Google flew one of its Street View cameras down a zip wire in the Amazon rainforest to capture new images of the forest canopies.
Police will resume their search on Monday morning for the missing Bristol schoolgirl, Becky Watts, as the BBC's Jon Kay reports.
A penal reform charity says there is a huge overcrowding problems in two Welsh prisons.
Stories about jihadists abound in Monday's press, and the Telegraph features US concerns about the scale of Britain's defence cuts.
Estonia's ruling party has won national elections and is expected to form a governing coalition after defeating its pro-Russian rival.
Ulster Unionist MLA Tom Elliott plans to introduce legislation to prevent public facilities being named after people convicted of terror offences.
North Korea fires two short-range missiles into the sea as annual US-South Korea military exercises get under way, officials in Seoul say.
Hong Kong police arrest more than 30 people after protesters gathered for a third time against mainland Chinese tourists.
Australia's Senate censures Attorney General George Brandis over his treatment of human rights chief Gillian Triggs amid an asylum row.
A renewed appeal to find those responsible for an "appalling" acid attack on a man is to be shown on BBC One's Crimewatch.
Measures to protect children's health should be put at the forefront of the general election, say doctors.
Friends of a murdered schoolgirl whose killer was not convicted until 21 years after she died talk of how their lives changed.
Is there any room for love in politics?
Would it be realistic to renationalise the railways?
Are we living through a structural change in globalisation as big as any since World War II without fully realising it?