|All (42) Original Dating|
|Speed Dating in London|
|Party in London|
|Speed Dating in London|
|Speed Dating in London|
|All (220) SpeedDater|
|Speed Dating in London - £7 Off Next 3 Places!|
|Speed Dating in Cambridge - Last 2 Ladies Places!|
|Speed Dating in London - Graduate Professionals - Last 4 Ladies Places!|
|Speed Dating in Milton Keynes - £7 Off Next 2 Male Places!|
|All (70) Date in a Dash|
|Singles Pub Crawl at Ruby Blue, Leicester Square|
|Elite Speed Dating at Souk, Clapham|
|Bowl Me Over at Allstar Lanes, Holborn|
|Speed Dating at Match, Oxford Circus|
|All (105) Slow Dating|
|Speed Dating in London|
|Speed Dating in Sheffield|
|Speed Dating in Reading|
|Speed Dating in Leeds|
|All (1) Single Solution|
|Speed Dating - Saturday Party in London|
|All (5) Single Solution Asian|
|Speed Dating - Hindu+Sikh in Birmingham|
|Speed Dating - Free Party in Birmingham|
The education secretary is like a "fanatical personal trainer" who urges schools to jump higher and run faster, a head teachers' leader is to say.
The widow of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko calls for the inquest into his death to be abandoned and replaced with a public inquiry.
About 60 people have been injured, five critically, after a head-on, rush-hour collision between two commuter trains near New York, officials say.
Some people are "put off" making important calls because of confusion over the amount they will be charged, according to the telecoms regulator.
The US criticises Russia's "unfortunate decision" to send missiles to the Syrian government, as world leaders consider how to end the Syrian conflict.
A British child has died in a pool at a hotel waterpark in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, travel company First Choice says.
Afghan MPs are to debate a law to prevent violence against women, amid a fierce argument between leading Afghan women over tactics.
President Francois Hollande signs into law a controversial bill making France the eighth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage.
Some Marks and Spencer customers say its contactless payment terminals have taken cash from cards other than the ones intended for payment.
The prospect of a deep sea "gold rush" opening a controversial new frontier for mining on the ocean floor has moved a step closer.
More than 60 people have died in attacks in and around Baghdad, apparently targeting Sunnis, in the worst day of violence in Iraq for months.
UK detectives reviewing the 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann in Portugal say they have identified "a number of persons of interest".
Singer Bonnie Tyler is set to make her Eurovision debut on Saturday when she performs UK entry Believe In Me at the annual contest in Malmo, Sweden.
A raccoon who escaped from a Perthshire wildlife park is captured after more than three months on the run.
Morrisons, the UK's fourth largest supermarket chain, says it will launch online shopping by January 2014 after agreeing a tie-up with Ocado.
Car sales across Europe rose in April for the first time in 18 months, helped by strong demand in the UK and by the early Easter break.
The SNP says UKIP leader Nigel Farage "has lost the plot" after he described protesters who besieged him in Edinburgh as "fascist scum".
A Conservative cabinet minister criticises the government time spent debating the issue of same-sex marriage.
Health officials warn that action is needed to prevent a rubella outbreak, which can be particularly dangerous to pregnant women.
Time-lapse imaging which takes thousands of pictures of developing embryos can boost the success rate of IVF, according to British research.
A leading academy chain has been criticised for widespread financial irregularities in an official report.
Computers and smartphones have become a "digital dummy" used by parents to pacify their children, says a head teachers' leader.
An IT manager who grew frustrated with call centre menus has catalogued shortcuts to thousands of phone services
US politicians are seeking reassurances from Google that its smart spectacles will respect personal privacy.
A tree expert says the biggest threat facing UK trees is likely to come from a disease currently unknown to science.
GPS data could provide faster and more accurate early warning systems for tsunamis, a German team of scientists suggest.
Singer George Michael is airlifted to hospital with a head injury following a crash on the M1.
More than $1m (£650,000) worth of Chopard jewels, to be worn by stars for the Cannes film festival, are stolen from a hotel room in the city.
A Christian evangelical movement where followers avoid contraception and have as many children as they can is spreading to the UK.
Welcome to the Loop, the Magazine's weekly letters column, including the best of your thoughts on Twitter and Facebook.
New Zealand hold the advantage in the first Test despite James Anderson becoming the fourth England bowler to 300 Test wickets.
Stoke City are to investigate after reports that a pig's head was left in striker Kenwyne Jones's locker.
Leinster produce a display of clinical finishing as they beat Stade Francais in Friday's Amlin Challenge Cup final.
Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo are sent off as Real Madrid lose bad-tempered Copa del Rey final 2-1 to Atletico Madrid.
Ian Poulter describes his performance as "disgusting" after being eliminated from the World Match Play Championship.
A former head teacher of the year spent almost £7,000 in school money on her own 50th birthday party, a report seen by BBC London finds.
The extradition of fugitive Andrew Moran is delayed by an investigation into separate charges by Spanish police.
The new moderator of the Church of Scotland is due to officially take up her post as the Kirk's General Assembly gets under way.
Highland Council plans to pilot an annual flu vaccination for schoolchildren before rolling it out for all P1 to S5 pupils.
Police find what they believe is a bomb in the Foxes Glen area of west Belfast - the scene of a gun attack on officers on Thursday afternoon.
Three brothers have denied murdering a couple who were beaten with hammers and doused in petrol six years ago in County Armagh.
A man accused of abducting and murdering five-year-old April Jones says it never occurred to him to ring 999 for help.
Lightning strikes a house as a thunderstorm brings torrential rain to south west Wales.
Tunisia bans the radical Islamist group Ansar al-Sharia from holding a meeting in the city of Kairouan, raising fears of possible violence.
Air raids target a militant training camp in north-east Nigeria as a military plane is hit by anti-aircraft fire, officials say.
Flooding and landslides across nine southern Chinese provinces leave more than 50 people dead and 14 missing, officials say.
A Chinese man in Pakistani-administered Kashmir is taken into protective custody after he was accused of desecrating the Koran, officials say.
A quarter of gay people surveyed in a major EU poll say they have been subjected to attacks or violent threats in the past five years.
Pope Francis calls on world leaders to reform the global financial system and help the poor, in his first major speech on the financial crisis.
Argentina's former military leader Jorge Rafael Videla has died aged 87 while serving a sentence for crimes against humanity, including torture.
Revelations that Costa Rica's president used a jet belonging to a Colombian with alleged links to drug trafficking have led to three resignations.
A Saudi man has died after setting himself on fire in protest at his treatment by authorities, the BBC has learned.
Egyptian police sealed off the Rafah border crossing with the Gaza Strip in protest at the abduction of seven security personnel in Sinai.
OJ Simpson's former lawyer rebuts claims by his former client he botched his defence in an armed robbery case.
Senior US tax officials deny the extra scrutiny given to conservative political groups ahead of the 2012 election was motivated by partisan bias.
Inside everyday objects and design classics
Twenty-four hours of news photos: 17 May
Best pictures of our parent star
A Lancaster bomber flypast over Derwent reservoir
Life-size Barbie house opens in Berlin
Twenty-four hours of news photos: 16 May
Jan Brykczynski wins Syngenta award
Readers' photos on the theme listening
Leading Conservative rebel calls on MPs to demonstrate their support for an EU referendum.
A would-be robber had a lucky escape after he was struck by a bus, moments after he snatched a woman's mobile phone in Bogota, Colombia.
After years of conflict, it can be difficult to imagine the people of Mogadishu enjoying a nightlife.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh placed their feet in casts on Friday as they visited Cornwall
Retired IT manager Nigel Clarke, from Kent in the UK, has launched a website listing the call centre menu sequences for accessing thousands of services.
Dozens of people have been injured after two trains collided in the US state of Connecticut.
A soldier thought to have survived the worst ever battlefield injuries in Afghanistan has been appointed an MBE
BBC Persian's Rana Rahimpour explains how Iran's leadership structure works and what could happen in the upcoming presidential elections.
The man who organised the student protest against Nigel Farage during his visit to Edinburgh has defended the action as "constructive criticism".
How high is the risk for the average woman?
Witnessing a mafia boss handing himself in
How the US version of The Office reflects on America - and the UK
What do ex-convicts' books reveal about life inside?
What happened to some of the acts of song contest fame?
'Toothpaste' illness... and 20 other euphemisms loved by readers
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world
David Beckham's illustrious career in numbers and images
How posters can persuade the public
Remarks about Tory 'loons' dominate
Cameron's obstacle course in the eurozone
Tara McKelvey on the US's handling of Benghazi fallout