How wide is the appeal of Staffordshire oatcakes? BBC News asked readers for their food stories.
Reports said some of the men were armed with bats, poles and what was described as a gun.
Two men are arrested after 25,000 tonnes of waste is dumped in sites across the North and the Midlands.
They used stolen cars hidden inside a lorry to carry out the raids across England and Scotland.
Chief of UK's biggest union sees off "anti-Corbyn candidate," who claims he faced "intimidation" from officials.
Adam Peaty wins the 50m breaststroke, his second gold, at the British Swimming Championships - nearly breaking his own world record.
A gang that blew up cash machines across the UK, including four in Scotland, stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds, is sentenced.
A total of 13 MPs voted against an early general election. We look at who they are and why they said no.
Swansea City revive their Premier League survival hopes as they beat Stoke to end a six-match winless run.
Leeds' play-off hopes suffer a significant blow as they lose at struggling Burton Albion, who all but secure their safety.
Bolton close in on promotion to the Championship with victory at 10-man Port Vale in a game marred by crowd trouble.
Leyton Orient's relegation from League Two is confirmed after they suffer a resounding defeat at Crewe Alexandra.
Multiple BMX and track world champion Shanaze Reade retires from competitive cycling.
Port Vale skipper Ben Purkiss says he and his players are fully aware of the effects if the League One club go down.
Stoke City defender Glen Johnson signs a one-year contract extension that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2018.
Burton Albion are to appeal against a Football Association charge of racial abuse handed to defender Ben Turner.
Projections see centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen facing-off on 7 May.
The USS Carl Vinson is expected off the peninsula soon, amid rising regional tension.
Steve is a "remarkably common" gas ribbon in the upper atmosphere.
An Italian prosecutor tells a newspaper there is evidence of direct contact between the two.
Chloe Kabealo, who got out and raised the alarm, says she tried to go up for air and kept rising.
Romania captain Ilie Nastase is suspended by the International Tennis Federation over a incident that left Johanna Konta in tears.
The detention of a third US man comes amid heightened tension on the peninsula.
Facing a slump in popularity, the AfD is seeking to enter national parliament for the first time.
Kuki Gallmann, author of I Dreamed of Africa, is flown to hospital after an ambush.
But the global body believes protectionist policies could choke off improving global growth.
Mary Keitany breaks Paula Radcliffe's women's-only world record to win the London Marathon, while Daniel Wanjiru takes victory in the men's race.
What do the voters of Marseille think about the race to choose the next French president?
Thousands of scientists have taken part in a demonstration in Washington DC in protest against what they see as a global political assault on facts.
A passenger said a mother had been struck with a pram as it was forcibly removed by the employee.
Photographer Kathy Shorr has photographed 101 gun shooting survivors throughout the US in a powerful new photography project.
Jared Kushner is probably the most powerful 36-year-old in the world. Here Radio 4's PM profiles him.
Rouaa lives in Lebanon after a chemical attack forced her from her home in Damascus, Syria.
The freeing of the US-Egypt prisoner tells us a lot about President Trump's deal-making behind the scenes.
Group sets up a religious order to exploit a loophole in the law.
Raised coastline could end the threat of sea erosion for the time being.
Country kicks off plans to get rid of largely worthless coins from its economy.
Many different countries are trying to get a toehold in Somalia as it slowly emerges from chaos.
The BBC's Will Grant speaks to the people behind Cuba's new Canal Caribe news channel.
A new film about the Sewol ferry sinking criticises the South Korean government for the tragedy.
Journalism student Mashal Khan was beaten to death by a mob who accused him of blasphemy.
Austria is providing an ingenious solution to the desperate problem of overflowing rubbish in Rome.
Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova returns to action next week looking to boost her sponsor appeal.
Profiles of the leading candidates to become France's president in two rounds of voting on 23 April and 7 May.
A quick guide to the French presidential election - said to be the least predictable in decades.
France may have a high standard of living but there are some persistent economic problems that will prove a challenge to whoever becomes the next president.
How technology and disillusionment with mainstream media is affecting France's presidential election.
Matthew Rees took hold of David Wyeth about 150 metres from the finish.
A record number of competitors take part in the London Marathon, which was started by members of the Royal Family.
Some of the week's more heartwarming stories
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry gave London Marathon runners a royal send-off.
Tunnels at a former top secret World War Two chemical weapons site in Flintshire are being formally opened to the public on Saturday.
Hedgehogs, nursed back to health in an animal sanctuary, are released in the village of Burton Fleming, East Yorkshire.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge surprise Radio 1's Adele Roberts ahead of her marathon run.
Two people are arrested after a car crashes at speed into parked vehicles in a street in Cleethorpes.
Don't get left outside on polling day - beat the deadline to have your say in the general election.
BBC News set out to find out.
A teenager on work experience came with a way for surgeons to see who has previously had surgery.
Irish Guards mark the Queen's 91st birthday with rendition of Happy Birthday To You.
Prince William, Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge spoke frankly about Diana's death.
A new bike sharing scheme has been launched in Cambridge by Chinese company Ofo.
Hacker Jake Davis says he was motivated by the idea of the internet as a 'Utopian space'
After Andrew Lowden's blog was shared widely, he launched #testicletuesday to raise awareness.
Dawn Butler was asked about her party's policies by Eddie Mair on Radio 4's PM.
British Formula 4 driver Billy Monger, 17, had both legs amputated after a high-speed crash on Sunday.
The Labour leader gave his first major general election speech, ahead of the vote on 8 June.
The rapper's new video has been released, parts of which were filmed a day before March's attack.
United States Air Force stealth jets are training in Suffolk on their first overseas deployment.
A fridge in a market in south London is offering food for free in a bid to tackle waste.
An Omagh firefighter is lauded for helping an exhausted runner over Boston Marathon's finish line.
Brenda from Bristol reacts to news that an interview with her about the snap election went viral.
Prince Harry says he had to talk about the death of his mother after encouraging others to open up.
Voters share their election thoughts and fears with Victoria Derbyshire in Westminster.
Dennis Skinner ask for a guarantee no Conservative MPs being investigated over 2015 election expenses can stand in 2017.
MPs debated the motion to call a general election before casting their votes.
The BBC's Nick Robinson asks Theresa May to spell out what new policies she will stand on.
Musicians around the world rally to raise money for trombonist who has cancer.
A blind man from Dunstable has been helped to see using "artificial intelligence glasses".
Former chancellor tells John Pienaar about quitting Parliament to edit the London Evening Standard.
Nigel Farage hasn't ruled out standing again for UKIP in the general election
Skegness shark Nudge is about to turn five, meaning he can join the stud book and find a mate.
The Duke of Cambridge met a group of people who are preparing for the London Marathon.
The video of a man taking a bike from a rack in Bristol city centre goes viral on Facebook.
The new Met Police chief Cressida Dick talks about her priorities for the future.
It is 70 years since the Royal Navy used thousands of tonnes of explosives on Heligoland in the North Sea.
A parent says the council should have "foreseen" the lack of places when it approved housing developments.
The Telegraph's Bryony Gordon reflects on meeting "incredibly normal" Prince Harry.
It might have saved Desreen Brooks, who died when an 83-year-old man lost control of his car.
Work has now started on a new super-sewer that's big enough to deal with London's waste.
Ronnie O'Sullivan accuses snooker authorities of "intimidating" him.
Charlie Chaplin fans gather at Manoir de Ban in Vevey, Switzerland, to mark the star's 128th birthday.
Thousands took part in Paris' Color Run along the Seine, finishing with a party by the Eiffel Tower.
The government is "test-obsessed", but Sats make children feel like failures, the NUT conference hears.
The Archbishop of Canterbury says people facing despair should remember the words "Do not be afraid".
It took 16 wheels, one steam engine and five weeks to move the barn half a mile.