National News headlines
Parts of the UK are bracing for strong winds, heavy rain and ice just days after Storm Doris left a trail of destruction in its wake.
Jeremy Corbyn has mistakenly thanked Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish National Party instead of his Scottish Labour MPs during a speech intended to rally his party after a humiliating by-election defeat.
Sir Mo Farah has said that he has "never broken the rules" on drugs in his sport, following the leaking of a report naming his coach.
Five people have been injured - one critically - after a car hit a wall and ploughed into a group of pedestrians in London.
Brexit will spell the "end of freedom of movement as we know it" - but the numbers will not just suddenly fall once Britain leaves the European Union, the Home Secretary has said.
Lily Allen has been taunted by Twitter trolls over the stillbirth of her son and has admitted that she has suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Islamic State militants are planning "indiscriminate attacks" on UK citizens on a scale similar to those perpetrated by the IRA 40 years ago, the new terrorism watchdog has said.
If there is anyone who might know how to rescue Northern Ireland's devolved government, it is the American whose peace-making established it.
Senator George Mitchell - credited with brokering the Good Friday Agreement - fears Brexit has added to the challenge of peace-making in Northern Ireland.
Jeremy Corbyn is claiming he can "turn back the Tory tide" despite a new opinion poll suggesting Labour would perform much better with a new leader.