30 September 2014
Theresa May's proposal may be eye-catching, but it faces significant challenges.
A woman dies and four people are taken to hospital after high winds brought down trees and gusts of up to 88mph swept the country.
A man who beat three sisters with a claw hammer in a London hotel while their children slept alongside them is found guilty of attempted murder.
The EU's decision to ban the use of some pesticides could threaten UK crops, increase food prices and hit farmers' profits, a report claims.
Two Burmese men accused of killing British tourists Hannah Witheridge and David Miller in Thailand have retracted their confessions, lawyers say.
A former police inspector who was on duty during the Hillsborough disaster denies he was "leant on" to ensure his statements "toed the party line".
There has been a rapid deterioration in the state of jails in England and Wales with cracks in the system of widening, the chief prison of inspector warns.
The maths writer Martin Gardner, who died in 2010, is said to have turned dozens of innocent youngsters into professors - and vice-versa.
Spy chief's parting warning on online privacy
How does a town that voted Yes in Scottish referendum feel now?
The UK's current-account Achilles' heel
Norman Smith asks what happened to pro-European Tories
What happened to the kids from 1970s experimental schools?
David Attenborough's new series on the journey through life
BBC to host day of events focusing on the power of women
How virtual reality could disrupt podcasting
Actress Bellingham's death features across Tuesday's papers
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