Talking points

02:05

Purple's plan to link businesses with disabled people

New organisation launches at the London Stock Exchange

01:46

Art students stage V&A protest against drawing 'ban'

Artists stage a 'sketch-in' protest at the South Kensington site

03:32

The scheme helping women with eating disorders back on the career path

Work to Recover is a partnership between a charity and a recruitment agency

04:28

A young person's guide to living with Parkinson's

Book aims to raise awareness of the number of young people with the condition

03:02

'Chainmail Dave' on a world record breaking Marathon mission

Dartford runner taking on the 26.2 mile course in a 20-kilo chainmail suit

04:19

Londoners crave independents for caffeine fix

Research shows coffee lovers are moving away from big chains

04:40

World's first interactive movie experience

Late Shift allows audiences to choose the fate of characters

04:38

Whiteleys redevelopment given the green light

Campaigners react as councillors back plans to revamp shopping centre

02:56

Brussels vigil held in Trafalgar Square

Flowers and candles were placed alongside a giant flag in memory of the victims of the terror attacks in Belgium

02:18

Junior NBA Basketball Final in Brixton

Secondary schools take part in England League tournament

Nigel Farage urges Ukip unity as he declares: 'We want our...

Farage tells fellow Ukip members to put 'country before party' during the EU referendum campaign

Nigel Farage mocks David Cameron with 'piggy in the middle' jibe

Ukip leader jokes about claims that the PM put his genitals in a dead pig's mouth during an initiation ceremony at Oxford University

Where Scotland is headed as the dust settles from the referendum

The national psyche of Scotland has shifted - but what does this say about the future?