BBC News Feed: VIDEO: Church inquiry into abuse 'cover up'
Bishop of Durham, the Rt Rev Paul Butler tells Caroline Wyatt that the review will assess if there was a cover up by the Church.
BBC News Feed: Argos in same-day delivery push
Argos has upped the ante on home deliveries, offering a same day service across the UK up to 22:00, seven days a week.
BBC News Feed: PM to promise 200,000 'starter homes'
David Cameron will announce plans to allow developers to offer "affordable homes" to buy not just rent in his closing speech to the Tory conference.
BBC News Feed: May's speech divides opinion, plus 'getting tough' with EU
Theresa May either "turns nasty" or "speaks the truth" depending on which Wednesday paper you read. Tory attitudes to the EU also makes headlines.
BBC News Feed: Immigration policy hasn't worked - PM
David Cameron tells the BBC his policy on immigration "hasn't worked so far", but that the influx of people needs to be controlled to have a cohesive society.
BBC News Feed: VIDEO: Blair: Curtail Russian clout in Syria
Former British PM Tony Blair tells the BBC that the West must counter Russia's attempts at gaining leverage in Syria, to bring about a desirable outcome to the crisis
BBC News Feed: Shoreham 'selfie' officers quit posts
Two Sussex police constables suspended over their conduct at the site of the Shoreham air crash leave the force.
BBC News Feed: VW expects recall to start in January
VW expects to start a recall of cars affected by its emissions scandal in January, the car giant's new chief executive, Matthias Mueller, has said.
BBC News Feed: PM 'could intervene' over Saudi case
David Cameron says he will "look to see if there is an opportunity" to intervene personally on behalf of a protester on death row in Saudi Arabia.
BBC News Feed: Brittan abuse claims 'unreliable'
A man who made sex abuse allegations against Lord Brittan tells Panorama campaigners may have influenced his claims.