Becker drops claim on diplomatic immunity from bankruptcy
The three-time Wimbledon champion was declared bankrupt in 2017 over money owed to a bank.
Business leaders to push ahead with second Brexit vote
A new group called 'Business for a People's Vote' is being launched on Thursday while more than 70 business leaders have written an open letter demanding a public vote on the eventual deal.
Former German nurse admits to murdering 100 patients in his care
The man gave patients fatal doses of medication and is now recognised as one of the world's most prolific serial killers.
Surgery students using mobile phones struggle to use their hands - expert
A leading British medical academic says youngsters are watching TV, playing on computers and using their mobile phone rather than traditional hobbies such as sewing.
10 people killed in Italy storms
In the city of Venice, rising floodwaters have left 75% of the area underwater with vast numbers of tourist sites shut.
Leicester crash witnesses: Pilot prevented larger tragedy by avoiding buildings
The club's owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and daughter are among five people who died in Saturday’s tragedy.
Is it Usain Salt or Gritney Spears - UK road maintenance vehicles get names
Shropshire council proudly asked for help in naming 24 gritter lorries which will spread salt on the roads to prevent dangerous ice forming.
Famous Brands to close some GBK restaurants in UK, SA
Now South African-owned GBK has filed for a company voluntary arrangement which starts an insolvency process while permitting firms to close unprofitable stores.
European countries in niqab ban face growing criticism
The United Nations Human Rights Committee says the full-face veil ban in France violates the human rights of Muslim women and risks "confining them to their homes,".
German man sentenced to over 12 years in jail for baby food poisoning
The 54-year-old had attempted to blackmail retailers by claiming he would point out the poisoned items in return for cash.
UK man suspected of being Isis member held in Syria
The man, who claims to be a pharmacist, was captured by Kurdish forces a month ago.
Porsche to stop making diesel cars
The German manufacturer says it’ll concentrate on petrol, electric and hybrid engines.
Trump tells Spain wall across Sahara will solve migrant issue, claims official
According to Spanish Foreign Minister, Josepo Borrell, Trump said the way to prevent migrants crossing into Europe via the Mediterranean was to build a wall over the Sahara Desert.
French bus driver facing disciplinary action for slapping boy (12)
A French bus driver who slapped a 12-year-old boy who told him to shut up is facing disciplinary action.
Storm Ali expected to cause travel disruptions in UK
Storm Ali is sweeping in from the Atlantic with weather warnings now in place throughout the day.
[WATCH] Theresa May’s got moves: Reactions to Africa visit
Despite describing her moves as robotic, most are reporting positively on her announcement to increase support to African economies and boost trade with the continent.
Suspect in UK Parliament car crash ‘not cooperating with police'
The man was arrested after a car crashed into security barriers, injuring some cyclists, but failing to break through into the Palace of Westminster estate.
London police treating crash outside UK Parliament as terror-related
One man has been detained on suspicion of terrorist offences, after the car he was driving hit pedestrians and crashed into a barrier outside the UK Parliament.