UK debt and deficit: All you need to know
21 Feb 2014 0:08:37
The truth about the UK's borrowing and debt
Most train users 'unaware' of rights
21 Feb 2014 0:05:58
Most train passengers are unaware of their rights to compensation after cancellations or delays, the rail regulator says.
VIDEO: Rebuilding quake hit Christchurch
20 Feb 2014 3:54:53
Thousands of migrant workers have been recruited to help with the reconstruction of Christchurch, New Zealand which was devastated by an earthquake in February 2010.
Interest rates 'to rise in 2015'
20 Feb 2014 1:43:13
UK interest rates are likely to rise for the first time since the financial crisis in the spring of 2015, one Bank of England policy maker says.
Fear suppressing neurons found
20 Feb 2014 9:37:08
Scientists find neurons that prevent mice forming fearful memories in an area of the brain called the hippocampus.
Winter wettest ever, says Met Office
20 Feb 2014 7:47:25
The UK has had wettest winter on record - 486.8mm of rain - beating previous 1995 record, Met Office says.
'Unreliable' Ecclestone wins F1 case
20 Feb 2014 7:22:32
A judge rejects an £85m (103m euros) damages claim against Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone but finds he did pay a bribe over a sale of F1 shares.
VIDEO: Earthquake hits south west Britain
20 Feb 2014 6:30:29
An earthquake has been felt in areas of south west Britain this afternoon - the British Geological Society has confirmed. No damage has been reported so far
VIDEO: Facebook's WhatsApp deal explained
20 Feb 2014 6:06:42
Facebook buys messaging app WhatsApp for $19bn (£11.4bn). The BBC explains the background to the deal - in 60 seconds.
TED: Christopher Ryan: Are we designed to be sexual omnivores? - Christopher Ryan (2013)
20 Feb 2014 6:00:53
An idea permeates our modern view of relationships: that men and women have always paired off in sexually exclusive relationships. But before the dawn of agriculture, humans may actually have been quite promiscuous. Author Christopher Ryan walks us through the controversial evidence that human beings are sexual omnivores by nature, in hopes that a more nuanced understanding may put an end to discrimination, shame and the kind of unrealistic expectations that kill relationships.
Bristol Channel earthquake recorded
20 Feb 2014 5:32:38
A 4.1 magnitude earthquake is recorded under the Bristol Channel, the British Geological Survey confirms.
Wal-Mart reports fall in profits
20 Feb 2014 4:35:08
The world's largest retailer, Wal-Mart, reports a 22% drop in quarterly profits and gives a weaker-than-expected earnings forecast for the coming year.
The new billionaires behind WhatsApp
20 Feb 2014 3:59:16
'Facebook rejects' set to become Silicon Valley's next billionaires
VIDEO: Profits soar in US legal cannabis trade
20 Feb 2014 3:09:46
Marijuana businesses in Colorado are legal now but cannot get financial services because the Federal government still considers cannabis illegal.
Final DC-10 flight heads for UK
20 Feb 2014 3:02:30
Aviation enthusiasts hail the "end of an era" as the DC-10 passenger aircraft makes its final international flight.
VIDEO: 'I left British Gas after 15 years'
20 Feb 2014 3:01:09
Neil Dennison - an IT manager from Yorkshire - has been talking about why he switched from British Gas after 15 years with the provider.
EE losses shrink as savings add up
20 Feb 2014 2:52:21
Mobile operator EE reports a pre-tax loss of £101m for 2013, as it continues to pay down the costs of buying mobile bandwidth.
Air France-KLM back to profits
20 Feb 2014 2:42:39
Franco-Dutch airline group Air France-KLM reports a return to operating profit in 2013, after cutting costs and jobs.
Islands 'grow back' after typhoon
20 Feb 2014 2:37:31
Pacific islands 'grow back' after typhoon
VIDEO: Roma immigration is 'positive'
20 Feb 2014 2:31:59
Livia Jaroka MEP says the EU needs to do more to tackle Roma poverty.
Housing starts at six-year high
20 Feb 2014 1:43:56
The number of new houses being built in England last year was the highest for six years, according to government figures, but completions fell.
AUDIO: EE 'to bring back 1,000 jobs to UK'
20 Feb 2014 1:27:19
Olaf Swantee, chief executive of mobile phone company EE, explains plans to bring back 1,000 customer service jobs to the UK from overseas.
EU takes UK to court over dirty air
20 Feb 2014 1:04:12
The European Commission is launching legal proceedings against the UK for failing to deal with ongoing air pollution.
BAE shares down on earnings forecast
20 Feb 2014 9:53:06
Shares in BAE Systems drop 10% after the defence group says its earnings for the year ahead will be hit by continued cuts in the US defence budget.
Rangers confirm £1.5m loan talks
20 Feb 2014 9:47:03
Rangers confirm they are holding discussions to borrow £1.5m of working capital for the club.