CLUTHA CRASH DEATH TOLL RISES TO 10
The death toll in the Glasgow helicopter crash rises to 10 as Bond Air Services, which operated the EC 135 aircraft, temporarily grounds the model.
PLAN FOR BIG MP PAY RISE DEFENDED
The body which sets MPs' salaries defends plans to award an 11% pay rise, saying other changes mean it will not cost taxpayers "a penny more".
WORRY AS WOMEN LEFT ALONE IN LABOUR
A quarter of women are left alone during labour and birth at a time that worries them, according to an official survey.
OSBORNE: BILLIONS OF SAVINGS NEEDED
The government will have to find billions of pounds of fresh savings from the welfare budget, says the Chancellor, George Osborne.
HORSEMEAT: UK FOOD CRIME UNIT URGED
A specialist food crime unit should be set up in the UK in the wake of the horsemeat scandal, a government-commissioned review has recommended.
POLICE 'TOLD TO LEAVE QUEEN'S NUTS'
The Queen marked the level in bowls of nuts left around Buckingham Palace as she was "irritated" by police officers eating them, the Old Bailey hears.
HUNDREDS OF SCHOOLS BELOW TARGETS
Hundreds of primary schools in England fail to hit tougher literacy and numeracy targets brought in this year.
IGNORE PM NIGELLA QUOTES, SAYS JUDGE
The jury in the fraud trial of Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi's former PAs is told to ignore complimentary comments made about her by the prime minister.
MAN JAILED FOR ASDA CAR PARK DEATH
A man is jailed for five years for punching and killing another man during a row over a disabled parking space in a supermarket car park.
GP FAILINGS EXPOSED BY INSPECTORS
The first national inspection of more than 900 GP surgeries in England finds one in three is failing to meet basic standards, with two being found to have maggots.