Former PM called 'just to comfort me', says singer, as he reveals more about his 'two years of hell' in ITV interview with Gloria Hunniford
Services beset with strikes, staff shortages and an increasingly frustrated customer base
Labour MP calls police after receiving tweet telling her to stop sending EU messages or 'I will kill your kids'
Can you take a selfie while voting? Do you need ID? And what happens if you've lost your polling card?
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson emerges as star of 'tetchy' but inconclusive debate
Sparks are likely to fly between Boris Johnson and Ruth Davidson during the BBC's Great Debate
New project calls on 'citizen scientists' to help understand the lives and habits of the capital's insects
Dispute between RMT union and management descends into 'vitriolic slanging match'
Test your knowledge ahead of Thursday's referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union
Spanish drink will go nicely with sushi, nachos, pasta – and the music of James Blake, say experts
Almost three-quarters of claimants feel a degree of shame about taking money from the state
Nazi symbols have been found in a children's play area in North London for four consecutive days
'Torrential downpours' cause chaos in West Midlands – and are forecast to continue
Attention focuses on the suspect's mental health history and possible links to far-right groups
Leaked documents reveal Financial Conduct Authority is to impose a two-year cut-off for complaints
Vulnerable should receive treatment instead of punishment, reports says
Vicky Hayes says late broadcaster groomed her from age of 14 and attacked her when she was 17
Football fortunes can sway national opinion when it comes to politics - but impact is hard to predict
Ofgem hands over case after admitting staff contact could compromise impartiality
Members of LGBT community invited to Kensington Palace to discuss bullying and mental health