Tuition fee 'could be cut to £6,000'
Tuition fees in England could be limited to £6,000 per year and remain cost-neutral to universities and the Treasury, research suggests.
Community nursing service under fire
Health unions say the state of NHS services for people who can't get to a GP in many parts of England is "lamentable".
GPs 'will not shore up unsafe NHS'
Family doctors are not prepared to shore up an emergency health care system left unsafe by "political meddling", a GP leader is to warn in a speech.
Fair public sector pay-offs plea
About 14,000 public sector employees have taken voluntary redundancy or early retirement in Scotland in the past two years at a cost of about £550m, a report says.
Warning on poor school swimming
More children may drown without better school swimming provision, the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) has warned.
Savile sparks abuse reporting 'rise'
Reporting of historic child abuse has "significantly increased" since the Jimmy Savile investigation, a Scottish charity says.
Man arrested over 'attack' on mosque
A 43-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of attempted arson after police are called to an incident at a mosque in Braintree, Essex.
Man dead in suspected terror attack
A man is killed in a machete attack and two suspects shot and wounded by police in London, with footage emerging of a man with bloodied hands shouting political statements near the scene.
VIDEO: Man dead in suspected terror attack
A man has been killed in a machete attack and two suspects shot and wounded by police in Woolwich, south-east London.
VIDEO: What attack means for UK security
The government's emergency response committee, Cobra, has held a meeting after a man was killed in a machete attack in Woolwich, south east London.