The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 1 hour 41 min ago
The BBC will share the rights to broadcast rugby union's Six Nations Championship with ITV for the next six years.
Plans for a James Bond musical causes a row between the producers of the show and the owners of the 007 franchise.
Facebook and Google are fined 50,000 Brazilian real (£10,000) for ignoring a ban on the dissemination of "degrading images" in Brazil.
The church of popular Nigerian evangelist TB Joshua rejects a call for it to be prosecuted over the collapse of a hostel which killed 116 people.
England's triumphant women's football team meet the Duke of Cambridge at a reception at Kensington Palace.
Stadium safety expert Paul Scott has made new claims about pressure allegedly put on him behind the scenes over the Casement Park project.
Thirteen million UK families will lose an average of £260 a year due to Budget changes to working-age benefits, the Institute for Fiscal Studies has said.
Disney makes a UK-based fancy-dress retailer surrender starwars.co.uk and six other web addresses related to its sci-fi film franchise.
Nine hundred jobs are under threat at two seafood factories in Fraserburgh and Grantown on Spey.
European Union officials accuse Mastercard of overcharging consumers and retailers, breaking competition rules.
A London Underground strike forces long queues at bus stops, encourages thousands to walk, and stretches the capital's cycle hire system to capacity.
MPs hold debates on Gaza, the Independent Living Fund and the cremation of infants in England.
IBM says it has overcome technical hurdles threatening to delay the manufacture of silicon chips with the smallest components so far.
Thousands of people in London have been finding alternatives routes to work as striking workers shut down the entire London Underground network
The Bank of England keeps the benchmark UK interest rate at 0.5%, more than six years after it first cut the rate to its current record low.
A £7m Birmingham free school opened by Prime Minister David Cameron is to go into special measures following a highly critical Ofsted report.
The development is approved of a completely novel type of telecommunications satellite, which will be built in the UK.
The prescription drug that was misused and then disappeared
The world record for the most gloves put on one hand in 60 seconds is unofficially broken by a schoolgirl in Hull.
What do Tube drivers do and how much do they earn?