A patient said her treatment at a mental health service was wrong, after the hospital was criticised by inspectors.
The parents of a baby boy who lost his legs due to near-fatal injuries are jailed for 10 years.
Fourteen UKIP councillors and Henry Bolton, the national party's ex-leader, had wanted Chris Wells to go.
Hundreds of the chicken chain's UK outlets are shut following "issues" with new delivery firm DHL.
Schoolchildren have lost thousands of pounds raised for a trip to Mount Kilimanjaro.
Lizzy Yarnold is to consider her future after becoming the first Briton to defend a Winter Olympic title.
The party is looking for its fifth leader in 18 months after members vote to remove Henry Bolton.
BBC Sport's commentary team of John Jackson, Amy Williams and John Hunt react as Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold and Laura Deas Olympics skeleton medals are confirmed.
Henry Bolton's fate was decided after 63% backed a no confidence motion at an extraordinary general meeting.
Jody Simpson and Tony Smith's son suffered multiple fractures.
Drugs dealers are using Facebook and Instagram to sell the anxiety drug to teenagers.
We answer your questions on plans to raise council tax across much of England.
Hampshire win the race to sign Kent batsman Sam Northeast on a four-year contract.
Britain's Lizzy Yarnold defends her Winter Olympic skeleton title, as team-mate Laura Deas takes bronze and Izzy Atkin claims GB's first ever medal in a skiing event.
Walsall goalkeeper Liam Roberts helps earn his side a dogged draw against in-form Gillingham at Priestfield.
New signing Corey Whitely scores on his debut to help Ebbsfleet claim a comeback win over FC Halifax.
Barrow maintain their impressive away form with victory against fellow National League strugglers Maidstone.
Solihull move to within two points of safety as they make it six home league games unbeaten with victory over Dover.
Tranmere Rovers move second in the National League as Connor Jennings' goal downs Bromley at Prenton Park.
Ebbsfleet sign forward Corey Whitely from fellow National League side Dagenham & Redbridge for an undisclosed fee.
National League side Maidstone sign Wycombe Wanderers defender Will de Havilland on loan until the end of the season.
The statement comes after calls for gun control reform after a school shooting in Florida.
It would be a "disaster" if troops were sent to back Kurdish fighters in northern Syria, Ankara says.
A Russian MP and 17 others go on trial in Madrid accused of mafia money-laundering.
A US man took a selfie with the 2,000-year-old terracotta warrior statue before stealing its thumb.
The dump is home to some of Mozambique's poorest people, who earn their living reselling rubbish.
The animal was on its way to the slaughterhouse when it rammed a gate and swam to an island.
Officials contradict earlier reports from local government that the wreckage had been found.
The Baltic state's anti-corruption agency suspects Ilmars Rimsevics of seeking a €100,000 bribe.
Three policemen were hit and killed by a bus during a protest at a police station in Tehran.
The two officers were seized by armed men thought to belong to the Jalisco New Generation cartel.
NBA basketball player JJ Redick apologises after online accusations of using a derogatory term.
A referee threatens to send off players if they speak Basque in a fifth-tier match, according to reports in Spain.
The former Italian prime minister hopes to lead the next coalition government but is still as outspoken as ever.
Gauri Shinde talks about the challenges of working in a male-dominated industry.
In the remote mountains of northern Ethiopia, a lone priest scales a 250m cliff each day to reach his church.
Finland's new pandas were being allowed outside for the first time since arriving in the country last month.
Journalists at the office of Mexican newspaper Milenio film the moment a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit.
Students have been addressing a rally after the February 14 shooting in which 17 people died.
The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo has produced millions of refugees. Some are finding sanctuary in Uganda.
The 70-storey tower would be 90% wood and have trees and other foliage on every level.
French ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis endures her "worst nightmare" as her dress comes undone during a short dance routine.
A Russian art project in the shape of a burning gothic building prompts a heated debate on art and religion.
China's capital city is trialling a scheme that asks people to pay to ride up and down in lifts.
Cargo ships are being turned away in New Zealand over fears for country's biosecurity.
Twin brothers are finally free after waiting for a Nigerian court to hear their case since 2010.
The normally attention-grabbing Canadian prime minister's visit has been unusually low key so far.
Their wedding in 1901 remains the only known same-sex marriage in the church's history, the BBC's James Badcock reports.
Home ownership among young people has plummeted. What protections do UK tenants have and what responsibilities do they face?
Gary Cliffe's disturbing account of the abuse he suffered at the hands of Barry Bennell.
As a poll finds "worrying attitudes" among employers, three mums tell the BBC about their experiences.
Customers react as KFC closes 562 restaurants after problems with a supplier caused a chicken shortage.
Theresa May tells the BBC's political editor that she wants to ensure the education funding system is fair to students and to taxpayers.
Officers filmed their arrest of the geophysicist after a four-year hunt involving the FBI, British police and Europol.
Heart transplant patient Hannah Jones is reunited with her surgeon live on BBC Victoria Derbyshire.
Ahead of presenting the Brit Awards, Jack Whitehall reveals how his preparation is going.
The big Bafta winner this year, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri took home five awards.
From the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements to the films they made, the stars had a lot to say.
Emily Snuggs could have died after anorexia caused her weight to plummet.
Kayden Fleck's parents say "pain will never leave" after the five-year-old's death.
The family of Trudy Jones only discovered at her inquest that she had unknowingly been part of a research trial.
Prime Minister Theresa May was told "things would be so much easier" if the UK stayed in the EU.
Hoards of Norse invaders march on the coast to send their leader flaming into Valhalla.
After waking from a coma following a brain injury, Peter was forced to grieve all over again.
He's running the UK's first business for space mining.
The Burberry boss has his final show at London Fashion Week, before he leaves later this year.
Roxanne Woolhouse describes the 4.4 magnitude earthquake that has affected parts of Wales and England.
With more than 1,000 young Scottish people regularly taking part in curling, what advice do they have?
Women and men show off their street style as London Fashion Week 2018 gets under way.
19-year old Tom Bates couldn't afford to rent or buy in Bristol, so he found a compact alternative.
A lion and dragon dance team from Birmingham prepare for the city's Chinese New Year celebrations.
Tom Karen has been making toys for 50 years and is associated with games like Marble Run.
Gary Cliffe, who Barry Bennell was found guilty of abusing, believes there are many more victims.
Liverpool's free-scoring forward Mohamed Salah has inspired a new chant among the Liverpool faithful.
James Garden says drawing helps him cope with his feelings.
Ultra-processed foods have been linked to cancer - so should we be worried about eating bread?
When their local bus services were cut, one group of people decided to set up their own bus company.
Ann Packer and Robbie Brightwell, whose sons were trained by Bennell, say they became friends with him.
Robert Hannigan is warning UK defence will decline if no Brexit plan in place
Tarli, an endangered Asian elephant, has beaten the odds to overcome an Ebola-like virus.
Tom Foot and Neil Grigg say their portable milking unit has attracted worldwide interest.
See this mean machine make easy work of tonnes of snow at the CairnGorm Mountain ski centre.
The 500kg device was discovered at the King George V Dock during planned work at London City Airport.
Dale and Courtney are on the first British package holiday in Tunisia, three years after a deadly beach attack.
Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue is introducing pet oxygen masks on all of its engines
Four couples, who've been married for more than 200 years between them, on how to keep love alive.
Jada, whose family were homeless, has been identified by her school as gifted and she is not letting her background stop her from succeeding.
The royal couple were greeted by crowds as they arrived at the Esplanade in front of Edinburgh Castle.
A young boy spoke to Prince Harry about trains during his visit to Edinburgh
Joanna is one of at least 9,000 non-smokers in the UK diagnosed with lung cancer every year.
They can't vote. They can’t buy alcohol in a pub. But they can join the army.
Here's what extreme "clean-eating" did to one woman.
Young black men from London speak to BBC Newsnight about their experiences of stop and search.
London City Airport has reopened after an unexploded World War Two bomb was safely moved from the area.
The musician says sexism and inappropriate behaviour runs across the entertainment industry.
Polly Mackenzie argues that workers in the gig economy must have stronger employment protections.
Kelechi Okafor is a twerk instructor in South London. For her, twerking is more than shaking your bum. It's a feminist movement.
A former Oxfam employee says she told managers about alleged abuses in Haiti between 2009 and 2012.
This house in north-west London collapsed "from roof to basement".
Scottish gamekeepers worked around the clock to free a Patterdale Terrier in the Angus Glens.
Aid workers from London take a 5,000-mile trip to help Muslims who have fled Myanmar.
Russell Davison, who did not want her body to go to a mortuary, is challenging attitudes to dying.
A water company worker says his life would be easier if people stopped flushing the items.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share more details about their wedding day.
A cricket-loving schoolgirl says she lost her passion for the sport after receiving the letter.
A BBC investigation finds items consistent with hair belonging to rabbits being sold in London.
We find out, by joining barber Nikky Okyere on home visits to his Premier League clients.
The Pembroke corgi breed has been removed from a list of breeds at risk.
Blogger Chidera Eggerue wants women to celebrate breasts of all shapes and sizes.
Carnival is underway in Rio this weekend, and this year a British dancer with no professional dance training will be Carnival Queen.
The former international development secretary cannot remember if he was told about the incident with Oxfam staff in Haiti.
The BBC Television Centre in west London reopens as a housing and leisure development.
A woman says it was only when she had therapy as an adult that she started to recover from anorexia.
Eve is making her stage debut as a clown, following a family tradition.
Lucy Sherwood explains why she kept her pregnancy secret at the age of 15.
The prime minister tells vlogger Nikki Lilly about having a thick skin and her life as a teenager.
A charity that works with homeless people says demand for its service has doubled.
Mitsubishi's Kazuo Okamoto got an icy reception from Downing St's chief mouser Larry on his way into No 10.
A man who has been a scout for 74 years says young people need to learn a variety of skills.
Limerick referee Joy Neville tells BBC Sport of her journey to the top level of rugby union refereeing.
E-Luminate in Cambridge lights up the city's landmarks.
Mobile phone footage helped Kent Fire and Rescue Service save the life of a horse trapped in mud.
Russell Hadley is jailed for three years after pleading guilty to robbery and criminal damage.
The 70ft-long (21m) dinosaur replica only just squeezed into its new home in Dorset.
Whether it's Paris or Farnborough, Dubai or Singapore, air shows have a real fanbase. But why?
Firefighters who battled the tower block fire will carry 30 kilos each at the London Marathon.
Blackpool Tower Ballroom dusts off its chandeliers during an annual spring clean.
Stephen Laing, curator of the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire, explains why people in the UK drive on the left.
The opposition to women's suffrage was considerable and crossed all class divides.
A photographer has taken portraits of the fire crew which put out a blaze at his restaurant, as a thank you.
The work undertaken by women during World War One put increased pressure on politicians to grant women the vote.
Professor Robert Kelly says it's "strange" getting photographed following his famous BBC interview.
Scientists want to find out more about how very young children develop a sense of self.
'Fiona' tells Today about being raped by John Worboys.
31-year-old Rochelle blogs to try and help other young people who have lost a loved one.
An Egyptian doctor recruited by the NHS in 2016 has had an application for her three-year-old daughter to come to the UK rejected.
Meet four people who have dedicated their lives to keeping the UK in the EU.
The suffragists campaigned non-violently for women's right to vote.
After years of campaigning for suffrage women took up a campaign of public disorder to further their cause.
Suffragettes and suffragists both wanted votes for women but they took very different approaches to get it.
A grandfather faced delays for chemotherapy - only to find out his condition had become terminal.
Cliff-top houses in Devon are losing a metre of their garden a year to erosion by the sea.
Daniel Radcliffe surprised staff with a message of thanks for the "incredible" work they do.
Survivors recall brutal force feeding in prison.
Katie Price is calling on MPs to make online abuse a criminal offence, and says how her son has been targeted.
A look back at the career of John Mahoney who played Marty Crane in Frasier.
Suffragettes remember Emily Davison, knocked down by the King's horse at Epsom.
Suffragettes on the injustices faced by women in the 1800s, and why things had to change.
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