The PM stresses immigration changes in a CBI speech - amid the threat of a leadership challenge.
John Worboys must stay in prison after the Parole Board concludes he is not suitable for release.
Carlos Ghosn, a towering figure in the car industry, is accused of under-reporting his pay package.
Football legend Paul Gascoigne was arrested at Durham station in August.
The three vehicles were ordered by former mayor of London Boris Johnson following the 2011 riots.
The former world record holder told the BBC about how he made a full recovery after suffering a stroke.
For 44 years, Deke Duncan's Radio 77 has boasted "the smallest audience in the country" - his wife.
Some 3,000 doctors face scrutiny after an unqualified New Zealander practised in the UK for 22 years.
Amber Rudd says she will "learn from errors" in the new benefit system amid calls for it to be halted.
Passengers face travel misery as services into both Victoria and Waterloo stations are disrupted.
The veteran naturalist would have intervened to help the birds trapped in a ravine, says exec producer.
Contact lens retailer says more than 16,000 customers' were at risk of data theft.
A deaf six-year-old gives an extraordinary reaction to Rob Delaney's CBeebies Bedtime Story told in sign language.
Photographer Ed Gold lived alongside the off-grid community of Scoraig in the Highlands of Scotland.
Swansea Council's leader apologises for the festive event which parents say "was all over in five minutes".
Sainsbury's is the first UK supermarket to stock edible insects - but just how tasty are they?
Rail commuters explain how major disruption has affected them after engineering works overran.
One is pro-Brexit, the other wants a second referendum. So how did they get on over dinner?
And it's a lot cheaper than one of his paintings.
Dr Olivette Otele is the first black woman to be made a professor of history in the UK and she's on this year's BBC 100 Women list.
How British veterans are using their military skills to retrain as IT security experts.
Ha Jae-heon lost his legs to a North Korean mine but says rowing gave him the strength to recover.
You'll fail a lot but you'll learn as an entrepreneur from your failures, says Mohamed Al Awadhi.
ITV's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here returns without Ant, but how do other shows survive when they lose their top presenters?
Egyptian falconers meet to celebrate World Falconry Day and highlight an ancient sport.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Panorama's Athar Ahmad tracks down the fraudsters who are trying to get their hands on people's cash.
The boss of Renault-Nissan is one of the car industry's big beasts who has revived two global giants.
A population boom and spending squeeze has changed the way we spend money on schools.
The stars flick through a scrapbook of the last seven years - from dodgy haircuts to posing naked.
After Janika Cartwright's ex-partner tried to murder her, she wanted to confront him face to face.
BBC 100 Women has announced its list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2018.
Government should press ahead with plans to define such behaviour as domestic abuse, say campaigners.
Blood donors urged to keep appointments to avoid a dramatic slump in stocks over the festive period.
Your Monday briefing on some of the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.
Dress is a touchy subject in Sudan, where fashion can get you into trouble - now men are being targeted.
A raid on the Karachi Press Club breaches a decades-old truce with authorities, writes M Ilyas Khan.
Laura Johnston Kohl reflects on surviving the events of November 1978, when more than 900 died.
Formula 3 driver Sophia Florsch surviving the crash in which her car was "nearly a rocket" was "incredible", says her team principal.
The bans on Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft could be reduced by Cricket Australia by the end of the week.
England scrum-half Danny Care is dropped for Saturday's final autumn series match against Australia at Twickenham.
New Orleans Saints make it nine wins in a row as Philadelphia Eagles suffer the worst defeat by any defending Super Bowl champions.
Formula 1 is hoping to reinstate the Dutch Grand Prix in the wake of the growing popularity of Red Bull driver Max Verstappen.
New Zealand record one of the closest wins in Test history as they beat Pakistan by four runs on day four of the first Test in Abu Dhabi.
Ted Heath was persuaded to give his MPs a free vote on Europe in 1971 - could Theresa May do the same?
Theresa May has agreed a draft Brexit deal with Brussels. What happens now?
Chris Morris analyses the key points from the 585-page draft agreement between the UK and the EU.
As the drama continues in Westminster, we look at the possible scenarios for Mrs May and her deal.
If 48 letters are submitted to the chair of the 1922 Committee, Theresa May will face a secret ballot.
The Commons numbers are not looking good for Theresa May, writes the BBC's Peter Barnes.
BBC correspondents explain the 585-page withdrawal document faster than you could print them.
Small businesses owners give their reaction to the Brexit talks and the PM's draft Brexit agreement.
The full story of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California's history.
More than half a million students take on an exam for which they have been preparing all their lives.
Eighty years ago the Nazis' persecution of the Jews suddenly turned violent. Ruth Winkelmann still remembers it vividly.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become a pop culture icon as well as the liberal face of the Supreme Court.
One woman explains how a discovery about her husband's behaviour affected her life.
Matthew Hanley, 23, and Connor Allsopp, 21, accessed customers' information during the cyber attack.
Ten years after the collapse of the High Street chain, discount chains now own many of its old stores.
The building will feature internal slides and moving transparent pods which run outside the building.
Debbie Crosbie will replace Paul Pester who resigned after the IT meltdown at the bank.
Banks are accused of giving incorrect information to customers seeking compensation for mis-sold PPI.
Cutting emissions from heavy industry would generate savings and boost economic growth, commission argues.
Jim Ratcliffe's company Ineos is in talks to buy assets reportedly worth $3bn from ConocoPhillips.
Which? says suppliers would have to triple their installation rate to reach the 2020 deadline.
Fairfax gets "overwhelming" shareholder support for the deal, in a big shake-up of Australian media.
Netflix is the leader in online video. Will Disney's plans check its growth?
There is no formal leaders' statement for the first time amid competing visions for the region.
Jobs and newspaper titles at Johnston Press are secured after the publisher is bought by a new company.
Bosses ask the PM to honour a pledge to give it the same status as physical health in the workplace.
The UK's tax authority says thousands of reports have come in from various universities in the last month.
The prime minster is urged to think again, not to sign her withdrawal agreement and not listen to the CBI which was branded the "Confederation of European Industry".
John Jones tells the BBC he was charged a £240 contract break fee despite being with Virgin Media for seven years.
The BBC's Adam Fleming takes a brief look at what's in the 585-page Brexit agreement document.
Billion of pounds will be spent, but do people want to see commercial messages on their screens?
The UK's toymakers unveil what they hope will be this year's most sought-after Christmas presents.
Superfast 5G mobile promises lots of benefits, but will it be worth the money?
Wombaroo develops species-specific formulas to feed injured and orphaned wildlife.
Curbing excessive gadget use among children is hard, say parents asked for survey.
The multimillionaire Dutch businessman who risks his life racing off road motorbikes.
Financial adviser Leo Millward has found a way to turn his job into an American road-trip odyssey.
Klarna is a Swedish bank taking the High Street by storm. But critics say it could cause problem debt.
Gin has gone from a drink for posh parents and old buffers to the hippest spirit in the UK - but could it soon be on the wane again?
Is much-heralded nuclear fusion finally ready to fulfil its promise of abundant energy for all?
BBC experts answer your questions on the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement.
Sophie Roberts is a software developer at the tech giant who came out at work in October.
From John Lewis' tear-jerker to Iceland's palm oil campaign - what makes a great Christmas ad?
Worldwide sales of blood plasma are increasingly strongly, but is it ethically right that people should be paid to donate it?
What is driving the rapid growth in self-storage across the UK?
The winner of a big education prize grew up thinking poor families like his could not go to university.
Calendars featuring gifts like cosmetics or wine have become a huge hit, but are there too many of them?
Scientists hope artificial intelligence will gives us more insights into bee health and behaviour.
Why retailers need to be doing more for their disabled customers.
Entrepreneur James Hind came up with the idea for his £15m website Carwow because he realised how much people dislike buying cars.
Are people right to be worried about the availability of certain foods when the UK leaves the EU?
It might make you feel uncomfortable, but it could pave the way to more equal pay, say campaigners.
Microplastics have swamped our ecosystem. Can tech help prevent them entering our water systems?
Deaf gamers have urged developers to patch the magic dragon and add subtitles to the Spyro games.
The contact lens was designed to help people with diabetes monitor their glucose levels
Thomas Bromley failed to renew the patent on his digital clock, and missed out on a fortune.
For the first time in 24 years, Sony won't be at the huge gaming convention in 2019.
Tens of thousands of pilots trained in a tiny, mechanical flight simulator which has been restored.
Digital minister Margot James says phone and broadband firms must "play by the rules".
The Fusion bot shares and teaches skills by transferring body motions from one person to another.
Actor Elijah Wood voices a main character in the first video game made by Aardman Animations.
Trains that emit pure water could be in the UK by the "early 2020s", according to the government.
Mitsubishi has developed a new indoor lighting system that mimics blue skies, sunrises and sunsets.
Staff at Dalby Forest in the North York Moors wondered why an electric barrier was playing up.
Margaret Wilson, 95, says she will hold true to an oath she swore at Bletchley Park in World War Two.
As more of half of us live in cities, scientists are looking at new ways of harnessing urban energy.
Good computer security means working around one big security flaw - us.
Epic Games has been criticised for not crediting the originators of dance moves depicted in Fortnite.
Nothing to be Written is a VR experience about field postcards sent home by soldiers during WW1.
Using artificial intelligence to spot future fashion trends could also help reduce clothing waste.
The DelFly is a flying robot inspired by how insects achieve flight.
BBC Click’s Lara Lewington looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
Some imams in Kurdistan have officially banned a hugely popular video game – but others are hitting back.
BBC Click’s Nick Kwek looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
Security experts have found serious security flaws in MiSafes watches for children.
Artificial intelligence creates a computer generated video which manipulates the newsreader’s mouth.
Why face-mapping technology designed to improve TV dubbing is raising fears about fake news.
Watch the best plays from Sunday's week 11 games in the NFL, including a phenomenal Kenny Golladay catch for Detroit and some fancy footwork from Indianapolis' TY Hilton.
Five-time world champion Raymond van Barneveld says he will retire after the 2020 World Darts Championship.
Romano Fenati, who was banned after pulling a rival's brake lever while travelling at 135mph during a race, is set to return next season.
Watch the best moments from day 10 of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 as West Indies beat England to top group A and South Africa get the better of Bangladesh.
Out-of-court settlement is agreed between West Ham and landlords on the day a High Court case over stadium capacity was to start.
Australian rugby league player Jarryd Hayne is arrested by New South Wales Police over a sexual assault allegation.
Watch highlights from a thrilling final game in Group A as West Indies pass England's total of 115-8 in their final over in St Lucia to win by four wickets and finish top of the group.
Watch the moment Alexander Zverev seals a 6-4 6-3 victory over Novak Djokovic with a sublime forehand passing shot to win the ATP Finals.
Watch highlights of Alexander Zverev's dominant display over world number one Novak Djokovic to win the season-ending ATP Finals and earn the biggest victory of his career in straight sets.
Harry Kane says victory over Croatia was the perfect ending to a fantastic year as England reach the finals of the inaugural Uefa Nations League.
Watch highlights as two Vivianne Miedema goals help Arsenal thrash Everton and maintain their 100% start in the Women's Super League.
Australia's Tayla Vlaeminck takes a "staggering" catch on debut to dismiss India's Veda Krishnamurthy in the ICC Women's World Twenty20 group B game.
Watch highlights as a debut try for Joe Cokanasiga and score from Dylan Hartley helped England mount a second-half comeback to overcome an impressive Japan at Twickenham Stadium.
Alexander Zverev faces boos during his post-match interview after beating Roger Federer over an incident in which he stopped a point because a ball boy dropped a ball.
Watch highlights as 18 points from Handre Pollard helped South Africa to edge out Scotland 26-20 in their autumn international at Murrayfield.
In his latest column, former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer looks at the brilliance of five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.
The relatively unknown Santiago Solari has been placed in charge of Real Madrid - but he is not likely to be in the role for long, writes Andy West.
Who do you think should be in the England side for the first Test against Sri Lanka? Choose your XI and share it with your friends.
Painstaking research, virtual reality and holding the tackle bags in training... an insight into how a top rugby analyst operates.
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is revered in Leicester as the man who presided over one of sport's great triumphs - but who was the billionaire Thai businessman?
This week's sport on the BBC includes the semi-finals of the Women's World T20, the Premier League and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
How a friendly chat on the sidelines opened the door for North and South Korea to start talking.
After Lewis Hamilton won his fifth world title on Sunday, BBC Sport is asking you just who is the greatest F1 driver ever?
A selection of the most striking sports photographs from around the world this week.
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