IS schoolgirl Shamima Begum could be arrested and investigated if she returns to the UK, a police chief has said.
Musician Bob Marley, traveller and diplomat Gertrude Bell and novelist Angela Carter are among the famous figures being commemorated with blue plaques this year, English Heritage said.
The Irish government is to discuss and finalise its contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit at a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
Thieves targeted several homes in the same Dundee street on Saturday night.
Colin Farrell has signed up to play harpooner and “brutish killer” Henry Drax in new BBC Two drama The North Water, the corporation has said.
The lives of Dame Joan and Jackie Collins are being adapted into a TV drama with the “inside story” of the sisters promising “more than diamonds and shoulder pads”.
Transport giant FirstGroup has revealed slowing rail revenue growth after admitting a “disappointing” service for passengers amid strike action on South Western Railway.
The unemployment rate in Scotland has dropped to a record low of 3.5% according to figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Britain’s most senior police officer has said the legacy of Stephen Lawrence will not be forgotten 20 years on from a damning report that branded the Metropolitan Police institutionally racist.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has called for a “mammoth listening exercise” after seven MPs quit Labour in protest at the party’s direction.