James Murdoch has been subjected to tough questioning at a British inquiry into media ethics. The former News International chairman's testimony to the Leveson Inquiry illustrates the company's close relationship with UK government ministers.
If the English county of Yorkshire were a nation in its own right, it'd be near the top end of the current Olympic medal table. Athletes from Yorkshire are responsible for much of Britain's current success at London 2012.
Malala Yousufzai, the 14-year-old schoolgirl who campaigned for girls' education in Pakistan was flown to the United Kingdom on Monday. She will treated at the Queen Elizabeth's Hospital in Birmingham.
Is the BBC's huge well of public trust in danger of drying up? A veteran news anchor says its managers must stop speaking the 'gobbledygook' of bureaucratic jargon and start properly overseeing its output.