What would you ask a roomful of Nobel prizewinners?
Michel Platini, head of European governing body Uefa, calls for yellow cards to be replaced by a sin-bin in football.
The UK government wants to make Britain a world leader in developing autonomous vehicles.
Honours even after England's 'full Monty'
The chancellor claims "Britain's economic plan is working" as he opens his Autumn Statement, but he tells MPs that the job is not yet done.
A five-year-old girl who accidentally broke a Christmas tree bauble in a department store writes a heartfelt apology.
The movements of hundreds of millions of mobile users are being tracked by the NSA every day, reveals the Washington Post.
Shakespeare Globe's 2014 season will mark the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth and the centenary of WW1 with four new plays.
Alastair Cook's impressive leadership was undermined by some basic errors on day one of the second Test, writes cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew
Hanson, the band of brothers whose single Mmm Bop was an international hit in 1997, talk to BBC Breakfast about children, albums and inspiration
The BBC's Tomasz Schafernaker's gives a weather report as the UK is hit by winds over 100mph.
Cricket Australia apologises for posting a picture about England spinner Monty Panesar on its official Twitter account.
Police officers in the Argentine province of Cordoba get a pay increase after residents take advantage of officers being on strike to loot shops.
Britain wants to change the rules governing the free movement of people across the EU, Home Secretary Theresa May will tell European ministers.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith tells the BBC that the Universal Credit programme may not be complete by 2017 as planned.
Graeme Swann says individuals will not be blamed for dropped catches as Australia end day one of the second Test 273-5.
Teenage births in England fell by 8% in a year, latest figures show.
A set of scaffolding, which is being used for renovation work on a building in a Bristol street, collapses.
Wildlife wardens have been preparing to protect seals at Donna Nook in Lincolnshire from high tides.
Matt Taylor explains how a storm surge happens, and where is likely to be affected as parts of the UK are hit by winds of more than 100mph.