Town crier explains what local councils actually do

A town crier took to the streets of Norwich ahead of the local council elections on 3 May.

Security services ‘to get more power to stop attacks’

Security services will get more powers to stop terror attacks, according to a leaked document.

Theresa May: Compensation for Windrush generation

The prime minister says people who were treated unfairly will receive payments “where appropriate”.

Somerset County Council funding problems

Somerset residents explain how some services are under threat as councillors have to meet savings targets.

Rubbish and recycling: Dan Webb and Matt Kilcoyne

Dan Webb has spent the year turning his rubbish into art, to highlight the waste from food packaging.

Corbyn’s ‘admiration and respect’ for Arsene Wenger

Arsenal fan Jeremy Corbyn pays tribute to Arsene Wenger after the manager announced he would be leaving the club.

Delayed Brexit immigration plans ‘due in months’

White Paper on post-Brexit migration plans still being prepared, amid reports of cabinet row.

Legal Q&A

Questions from those affected by the Windrush immigration row answered by an immigration lawyer.

Prince Charles to be next Commonwealth head

Commonwealth leaders agree that Prince Charles will be the next head of the organisation, BBC understands.

Tributes as Tessa Jowell visits Commons for cancer debate

Speaker John Bercow was among those who paid tribute to Tessa Jowell, as she returned to the Commons to attend a debate on cancer treatment.

Commonwealth meeting: Leaders discuss who will succeed Queen as head

The Queen has told leaders it is her “sincere wish” that Prince Charles succeeds her in the role.

Windrush: Alan Johnson says landing cards decision was made in 2009

Former Labour home secretary says the “administrative decision” was made by UK Border Agency officials.

Alan Johnson on Windrush immigration documents

Alan Johnson, a Labour home secretary in 2009, says the decision to dump the Windrush landing cards was taken by the UK Border Agency.

Brexit divorce cost uncertain, say auditors

The National Audit Office says the Treasury’s estimate is “reasonable” but could easily go up or down.

Ministers ‘want to help with Windrush financial losses’

Liz Truss says the government will “look sympathetically” at compensation for Windrush migrants.

Windrush: What is the ‘hostile environment’ immigration policy?

Once Theresa May’s answer to illegal immigration, it’s now being blamed for the Windrush scandal.

Firms should pay for people’s data, says Vince Cable

Lib Dem Leader Vince Cable says data is the “new oil” yet people were giving it away free.

Brexit: Senior MPs to force customs union vote

A cross-party group of MPs aims to increase pressure for a Brexit customs union deal.

Michael Gove: Brexit’s not made UK less welcoming to immigrants

But critics say the Windrush scandal has hit the UK’s reputation with post-Brexit trading partners.

Enoch Powell immigration speech seen by Zephaniah and pupils

Reaction from poet Benjamin Zephaniah, who grew up in Birmingham, and students from Wolverhampton, which was represented in the Commons by Enoch Powell.

Commonwealth meeting: Queen hopes Prince Charles will succeed her

She tells leaders it is her “sincere wish” for Prince Charles to be the next head of the Commonwealth.

Transport minister Nusrat Ghani apologises for ‘momentary lapse’

Transport minister Nusrat Ghani was embarrassed in the Commons after not realising a question was for her.

Windrush: Investigation urged over landing cards

Theresa May says the decision was taken to destroy documents in 2009 – but Labour disputes this.

Windrush: Lord Kerslake says policy ‘reminiscent of Nazi Germany’

The former head of the civil service said some ministers were “deeply unhappy” about the introduction of the “hostile environment” strategy under then Home Secretary Theresa May.

Prof Manning: Low skill sectors to ‘struggle most’ post-Brexit

The chair of the migration advisory committee says immigration curbs after Brexit will hit agriculture and food manufacturing.

Peers say citizenship test should focus on essential knowledge, not trivia

Peers say the 45-minute exam should focus on essential knowledge rather than facts “few people know”.

London mayor: Justin Trudeau and Jacinda Ardern are leading feminists

London mayor Sadiq Khan praises Justin Trudeau and Jacinda Ardern for their influence on gender issues.

PMQs: Corbyn and May on cancer care for Albert Thompson

Theresa May says the Home Office has looked into the case and Albert Thompson will receive treatment for prostate cancer.

Who decided to destroy Windrush cards?

Jeremy Corbyn asks Theresa May to clarify her role in the disposal of documents for people arriving in the Windrush generation.

PMQs: Corbyn and May clash over Windrush furore

A series of questions about Windrush immigration end with heated exchanges between Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May.