BBC News Feed: Minister sorry for 'queers' retweet
A Conservative minister apologises for sharing a poem on Twitter which suggested the Labour Party was "full of queers".
BBC News Feed: Prince George 'harassment' warning
Lawyers for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge write to a photographer asking him to "cease harassing" Prince George and his nanny.
BBC News Feed: '80 monitored' for Ebola in Texas
Texas officials are monitoring as many as 80 people for Ebola after a man was diagnosed with the disease in Dallas, officials tell US media.
BBC News Feed: Wonga to write off £220m of loans
Payday lender Wonga says it is writing off £220m of debts for 330,000 customers after putting in place new affordability checks.
BBC News Feed: Alonso not ruling out Ferrari exit
Fernando Alonso has refused to rule out leaving F1 giants Ferrari before the end of his contract, which runs until 2016.
BBC News Feed: VIDEO: Ebola 'horror and misery must end'
British nurse William Pooley, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone but recovered, has called for action to stop the "horror and the misery" that he witnessed.
BBC News Feed: Angry Birds maker to cut 130 jobs
The Finnish maker of hit mobile game Angry Birds, Rovio, will lay off 130 staff, accounting for 16% of its workforce.
BBC News Feed: Rebels push to take Donetsk airport
Rebel forces in eastern Ukraine begin an offensive in an attempt to capture the government-held airport in Donetsk, Ukrainian officials say.
BBC News Feed: Plan to block poll tax collection
The Scottish government will bring in new laws to stop councils pursuing people for historic poll tax debts, the first minister announces.
BBC News Feed: Boko Haram video shows leader alive
A video is released showing the purported leader of Nigeria's Islamist group Boko Haram dismissing the army's allegations he is dead.