Britons being flown back to the UK from the Chinese city of Wuhan and province of Hubei over coronavirus fears will be quarantined for two weeks.
The BBC will cut around 450 jobs as part of a bid to save tens of millions of pounds.
Struggling rail franchise Northern will be put into public ownership from 1 March, the government has announced.
Alastair Stewart is to step down as an ITV News presenter following "errors of judgement" in his use of social media.
Two men have appeared in court charged with the manslaughter of a non-league footballer.
A McDonald's takeaway was delivered to a customer by the police after the courier's car was seized.
The family of a grandfather who starved to death months after his benefits were withdrawn have called the system "cruel and flawed", and claim he would still be alive if the money hadn't been stopped.
When an owl was saved from a ditch in Suffolk, rescuers were worried that he was too injured to fly.
Several children have been injured after a school bus crashed into a barber shop in Sheffield.
A London-based company that was hacked and held to ransom by cyber criminals only told regulators about the breach two weeks after it happened, Sky News has learned.