May holding Brexit talks with devolved nations
The prime minister is to offer the leaders of the three devolved governments a "direct line" to Brexit Secretary David Davis ahead of the UK's negotiations to leave the EU.

Suzanne Evans and Paul Nuttall run for UKIP leadership
Two more candidates enter the UKIP leadership race, one vowing to make the party less 'toxic', while the other promises an end to infighting.

Theresa May calls for 'grown-up' UK and Wales relations
Theresa May promises to strengthen relations with governments in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland ahead of a meeting of the UK's top politicians.

Calais children: More youngsters arriving in UK
Children are continuing to arrive in the UK from the migrant camp in Calais, with another three coach-loads expected in Croydon, south London.

UK must keep EU free movement, says Plaid's Leanne Wood
Britain has to stay in the single market and keep free movement of people, Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood says.

SNP seeks 'equality' in Brexit talks
The Scottish government says Scotland must be treated as an "equal partner" in the UK's Brexit negotiations with the EU.

Theresa May 'optimistic' she can get right Brexit deal for UK
Theresa May predicts "difficult moments" ahead in Brexit negotiations but says she is optimistic she can get a deal "that is right for the UK".

Housing: Councils call for freedoms to build new homes
Town hall bosses call for urgent talks with the government on how they could rapidly build homes where they are needed.

UK troops to join Nato Kosovo force in 2017
The UK is to send about 30 soldiers to join the Nato force in Kosovo next year, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says.

'Turing Bill' for gay pardons fails in Parliament
A private member's bill that would have pardoned nearly 15,000 living men with criminal records for same-sex offences is talked out by the government.

Government borrowing rises to £10.6bn in September
Government borrowing rose to a higher-than-expected £10.6bn in September, according to official figures.

Witney by-election: Tory majority slashed in David Cameron's former seat
The Tories hold David Cameron's former seat in a by-election but see their majority fall by 20,000 votes, while Labour wins in the constituency of the late Jo Cox.

Plaid's Wood in 'reclaim politics' call
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood urges Wales to "reclaim politics", saying racist language is becoming the norm.

Brexit: Ex senior PSNI officer predicts possible 'civil unrest' over border
A former senior PSNI officer has warned that Brexit may lead to "civil unrest" in Northern Ireland.

Brexit Secretary seeks 'deal for whole UK'
The UK government's Brexit secretary makes his first visit to Scotland since the vote to leave the EU.

Teachers 'wasting time on marking in coloured pens'
Schools minister Nick Gibb says teachers are spending too much time over-marking pupils' homework.

Batley victory for 'hope and unity'
The newly-elected MP for Batley and Spen says her win is a victory for "hope and unity".

Osborne tells of Brexit campaign 'mistakes'
George Osborne says he made "mistakes" in the EU referendum campaign and failed to understand the anger felt by many Leave voters.

Russian warships pass through English Channel
A flotilla of Russian warships is passing through the English Channel en route to Syria.

Foreign students 'not exempted from migration figures'
Downing Street says it is "categorically not reviewing" whether foreign students should be excluded from net migration figures.

New nuclear submarine given famous naval name
The Ministry of Defence says the first of four submarines to replace the present Trident nuclear missile fleet will be named Dreadnought, echoing famous ships of the past.

'Alan Turing law': Thousands of gay men to be pardoned
Thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted of now-abolished sexual offences are to receive posthumous pardons - a victory for campaigners for an "Alan Turing law".

Boundary changes: Political map of Scotland to be redrawn
All but three Westminster constituencies in Scotland are to have their boundaries changed under plans to cut the number of seats.

Prison reforms 'simply not achievable' amid 'loss of control'
The government's ambitious prison reform plans are "simply not achievable" given "loss of control" in jails, the former chief inspector of prisons warns.

Labour MP Sir Kevin Barron breached code of conduct
A Labour MP broke the code of conduct by accepting payment for hosting events for a drug company in Parliament, a report says, despite the fees being donated to charity.

Milestone for May
As Theresa May marks her first 100 days in office, how does her performance shape up compared with her predecessors?

The Brexit legal case
An in-depth look at the arguments in the 582-page transcript of the High Court hearing into whether or not MPs should vote before the Brexit process is triggered.

Bush in the boozer
What life is like when your local MP is also the prime minister?

Back on the agenda
The Scottish government has published its draft bill on a second independence referendum, but why now? Here, I attempt to answer some of the key questions being asked.

Check your area
Only 73 out of England's 163 grammar schools give any priority to children from low income families in their admissions policies, the BBC has found. Explore the data for grammar schools closest to you.

Gigs on the left wing?
Momentum says its "Concerts for Corbyn" have inspired support in the Labour leader, but opponents say they're a sign of a growing personality cult.

UKIP leadership
Who are the contenders to succeed Diane James as UKIP leader, after her shock resignation 18 days in to the job?

UK leaving the EU
Key quotes from high-profile European and other figures on Britain's EU referendum, as compiled by BBC Monitoring between 6-12 October.

Reality Check
Reality Check investigates whether Parliament will get to vote on plans for Brexit.

Courtroom drama
The battle over Brexit is set to move to the High Court, amid claims that the government has no right to trigger the process without consent from Parliament.

'Goodbye world'
Home Secretary Amber Rudd's proposal that companies should disclose what percentage of their workforce is non-British has attracted a good deal of media criticism on the Continent.

Where next for UKIP?
The fracas between two UKIP members of the European Parliament in Strasbourg is the latest in a series of PR disasters for the party. Why is the party is such an apparent mess?

UKIP's Suzanne Evans announces leadership candidacy
UKIP's Suzanne Evans has announced her candidacy in the party's leadership race, saying there has been "too much testosterone" in the party in the past.

What is the significance of the battle for Mosul?
In June 2014 the Islamist group which calls itself the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant captured Iraq's second city, Mosul.

Carey Mulligan calls for Britain to help Aleppo's children
Actress Carey Mulligan has led a protest in London calling on the British government to do more to help with the crisis in Syria.

Juncker to BBC reporter: Are you the British Prime Minister?
Ros Atkins asked leaders at the EU summit how dinner went the night before. Jean-Claude Juncker had his own question.

Plaid Cymru conference: Leanne Wood on Welsh budget
The Plaid Cymru leader on its position working with, or opposing, Labour in Wales.

Ordnance Survey has new map to update car sat navs
Ordnance Survey has come up with a new map database to keep drivers away from dangers.

Watson: Labour did OK in Witney
Tom Watson defends Labour's third place in the Witney by-election

Political party conferences 2016: At-a-glance guide
The best bits from the 2016 party conference season.

Witney by-election: The candidates
The 14 candidates standing for election in Witney after former prime minister David Cameron stood down.

Who's Who: Theresa May's cabinet
Theresa May is forming her government after becoming prime minister. Who is in - and out - of her first cabinet?

The Jeremy Corbyn Story: Profile of Labour leader
A profile of Jeremy Corbyn - the radical left wing MP who has now seen off a challenge to his leadership of the Labour Party.

Who's staying and who's going in the shadow cabinet?
A string of members of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet have quit and Hilary Benn has been sacked. Who has gone and who remains? Here's a quick guide.

At-a-glance: Guide to Labour 2016 conference agenda
An at-a-glance guide to Labour's 2016 party conference agenda.

Summer Brexit Watch: Day-by-day
The UK voted to leave the European Union in a referendum on 23 June. Here's your daily summer briefing of all the latest Brexit-related news.

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.

The result in maps and charts
How did the Leave camp clinch victory in the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU after what was a very closely fought contest?

'Indyref 2' being pushed online
As the EU referendum count turned decisively towards Leave, the online conversation in Scotland immediately turned to the possibility of another vote on independence.

Five models for post-Brexit UK trade
Norway, Switzerland, Canada or Singapore? What approach should the UK take to trade deals with the EU and others, once it leaves the European bloc?

England's most pro and anti-EU boroughs
The vote in England exposes huge differences between the levels of support for the Remain and Leave campaigns in London and the rest of the country.

In pictures
Images of the historic day when millions of people across the UK voted in a referendum on whether the UK should remain in or leave the EU.

Who's who: Cabinet
What we know about the make-up of David Cameron's new cabinet

Labour reshuffle: Diane Abbott made shadow home secretary
Diane Abbott becomes shadow home secretary as part of a Labour front bench reshuffle but critics say it has failed to unify the party.