One colleague said the PM would be "knifed" and another suggested she "bring her own noose" to a meeting.
A senior minister blames a "rogue operation" as pressure mounts over the death of Jamal Khashoggi.
Julian Cole was left brain damaged and paralysed by the incident in Bedford five years ago.
The Red Falcon ran aground on Sunday, weeks after its sister ship tore yachts from their moorings.
Residents near Spondon Post Office were woken by a "terrifying", "loud, subsonic bang".
Simon Mayo is leaving Radio 2 altogether after a huge listener backlash to the new Drivetime show.
Lioness Zuri attacked the father of her cubs, Nyack, who had lived with her for eight years.
Hundreds of festival-goers stood on a track unaware a train was heading for them them at full speed.
Paddy McGuinness and Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff are announced as new hosts of the driving show.
BBC's Panorama says a US private equity firm failed to provide better mortgage deals for customers.
Norway's wartime hero Joachim Ronneberg led a daring raid to stop Hitler's plan for an atomic bomb.
The area around The Last Post was cleared after reports of a gas leak but it is thought the smell may have been a "stink bomb".
Stacey Atkinson will carry the guilt of her baby's death for the rest of her life, a court hears.
After THAT fall last year, it's only right the reality TV star made a big appearance at this year's event.
The latest Brexit wranglings and security concerns for the Beckhams are among Monday's front page stories.
Musician Scott Hildebrand got a helicopter lift in Australia with the superhero film star.
A Dutch town has installed an official 'silly walks' road crossing.
Wayne Sheppard had never painted until he had seizure two years ago. Now he can't stop.
Freelance photographer Matthew Dippel is hunting for the pair who he caught on camera earlier this month.
A training centre in New York City is teaching hopefuls on how to break into K-pop.
Photographer Celeste Noche's pictures of bookshops and libraries in Scotland.
Whatever product you design, your customers will dictate what sells, says GoPro boss Nick Woodman.
A deep-sea swimming sea cucumber has been filmed in the Southern Ocean off East Antarctica for the first time.
Retired footballer gives candid interview to Australian TV show ahead of Invictus Games appearance.
Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks about her family, Africa, misogyny and the adaptation of Americanah.
The winners were chosen by Radio 1 listeners, who also voted Cardi B as the most entertaining celeb.
Pupils at Ninestiles in Birmingham will be given detention if caught speaking between classes.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Three people tell us what it's like to experience the "Fear Of Missing Out [on] My Goals".
The apology to tens of thousands of sexual abuse survivors left many feeling conflicted.
Huge bluefin tuna are being caught again in British waters - but can they be fished sustainably?
When is the Budget, what is it, and why does it matter? Your guide to the chancellor's big day.
A year after its recapture from Islamic State forces, the Syrian city remains largely ruined.
UK governments are not good at putting the amount into capital investments that they say they are going to.
After thousands of people turn out for the People's Vote march, we take a look at other significant UK protests.
Your Monday briefing on some of the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.
After Samir Desai told two friends his idea for a business over a few pints, the three of them went on to establish lending firm Funding Circle.
Who does Garth Crooks absolutely adore? Which Tottenham player has extraordinary ability? Who which overrated international still makes the team?
Britain's Kyle Edmund cries on the court after securing his maiden ATP title against Gael Monfils at the European Open in Antwerp.
Kareem Hunt cannot be stopped in this week's NFL plays of the week, which also features Philip Rivers throwing bombs at Wembley and some clever running from Mitch Trubisky.
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford reveals all to Match of the Day 2 pundits after saving Luka Milivojevic's penalty during their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.
After uncertainty over whether Usain Bolt will sign a professional contract with Central Coast Mariners - Newsround asks if the Olympic gold medallist can make it as a footballer...
A Jewish tailor was advised to flee Denmark in 1943 by a German client. But why would this leading Nazi defy Hitler?
When Diane Reeve discovered that her partner was sleeping around she ended their relationship, but then she found out that he had given her HIV.
Hannah Jenkins survived a cycling accident - but woke up no longer being able to understand English.
A BBC investigation has found that at least 106 chemical attacks have taken place since mid-2014.
About 200 people join the search for Sarah Jane Wellgreen who disappeared nearly two weeks ago.
A man was filmed shouting abuse at a black woman in an incident that has been referred to police.
The whale has been swimming in the River Thames off Gravesend since 25 September.
MPs have accepted more than £2m worth of free travel over the last two years, BBC analysis reveals.
Where have all the branches gone? BBC analysis finds nearly 6,000 local banks have closed since 2010.
Student Tim Mason would not have died from sepsis if he had been correctly diagnosed, a coroner says.
Gatwick Airport says up to 15 extra flights could take off each hour by using the emergency runway.
Some regions have seen property prices rise by more than 6% in the past year, official figures show.
Fruit and veg growers are likely to be hit by new immigration rules after Brexit, Lords are told.
A 'Halloween House' in Snodland is drawing crowds and raising cash for charity.
Sgt Jack Payne's Silly Scotch Ale is celebrated 100 years on in the Belgium town it is named after.
The new crossing between Kent and Essex will be built by Highways England.
The Granny Smith apple turns 150 this year, but who was the woman who gave her name to the fruit?
Michael Willson, who was Cobra in the popular TV show Gladiators, also has arthritis in his spine.
Karlan Grant nets a brace as Charlton inflict only a second league defeat of the season on in-form visitors Barnsley.
Paul Taylor's stoppage-time equaliser rescues Doncaster a point as they come from 2-0 and 3-2 down to draw with Gillingham.
Great Britain's Ross Wilson saves three match points to win a maiden World Para Table Tennis title in Celje, Slovenia.
Joe Denly is not ruling out opening the England batting in the Tests against Sri Lanka - nine years after his last cap, in an ODI.
A mother believes her son's death could have been avoided if the nurses and doctors were trained about learning disabilities and autism.
Wayne Sheppard had never painted until he had seizure two years ago. Now he can't stop.
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly play the comedy duo in Stan & Ollie.
Vast numbers turn out for a march of campaigners calling for a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
An eyewitness describes the "disorientating" thick fog which grounded a ferry on the Isle of Wight.
How a student became the radical preacher, just released from prison, pictured on the right.
Becca Henderson carries her mechanical heart with her after having her own heart removed due to cancer.
The House of Krip vogue dance troupe is challenging perceptions of deaf and disabled people.
Lola is the first born British-Nigerian in her family. In this candid conversation she asks her mum why she was never taught their mother tongue.
Prince Harry climbs Sydney Harbour Bridge to watch the unfurling of the 2018 Invictus Games flag.
People living with dementia put on their dancing shoes and boogie to Ol' Blue Eyes.
Kleenex has stopped branding big tissues Mansize, but that's not the only gender-identifying product out there.
Transgender feminist Fay and radical feminist Louise discuss how they feel.
Twin brothers have been showing off the biggest pumpkin ever to have been grown indoors in the UK.
Video from 1959 shows the day a zookeeper took a lion to a village pub, scaring the customers.
The BBC's economics editor said it happened when he was with his son in west London.
Director Mike Leigh sees modern-day parallels with the killing of protesters in 1819.
Anna England Kerr was shown ads for cots, cribs and IVF, despite trying to turn them off.
Friends of Amelia Eldred were ready with a group hug as she walked into school on her new leg.
Volunteers spent a week transforming the garden of 10-year-old Amy, who has a rare form of cancer.
Keziah Flux-Edmonds mother opened the memorial garden in memory of her six-year-old daughter.
There have been about 40 crashes in the past year, say Nottingham Express Transit (NET).
New Zealand-born MP Sir Paul Beresford struggles to understand a question from the SNP's David Linden.
Michelle Heaton went through early menopause aged 38 after a hysterectomy.
Ex On The Beach's Natalee Harris tells Victoria Derbyshire it encouraged others to have the same procedure.
A BBC investigation finds numerous zero rated takeaways on Just Eat, the UK's biggest online platform.
A new statue portraying blind veterans from the First World War has been unveiled.
Poor parking causes "enormous amount of anxiety" for visually impaired - and their guide dogs.
The Duke of Sussex met children while visiting New South Wales with his wife.
Zac Oliver will now head to the United State for cancer treatment.
Passengers face travel chaos after a test train severely damaged overhead power cables near Paddington Station.
Tamer fled Syria seven years ago, but now lives in a historic house in south-west London.
Silent footage has been painstakingly restored by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson.
A world record has been set for the longest parade of ice cream vans.
Theresa May will address EU leaders as she tries to make a Brexit deal. Europe ministers offer their advice to her.
Hundreds of empty plastic bottles have been handed in to a Leeds car parking scheme.
The van driver almost ploughed into pedestrians at a pelican crossing.
The Olympic champion and London mayor race around a London school to inspire children to get active.
It's all to do with money and timing, says the BBC's Europe editor Katya Adler.
People in Sydney offer their advice for how to catch the eye of royals Meghan and Harry.
The BBC newsreader can't hide his reaction while announcing the birth of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews' son.
The author from Northern Ireland took away the award for her book set during the Troubles.
They were remembered at candlelit vigil in a city centre.
Pepper the robot answers questions from MPs on the education select committee about helping to care for older people.
The manufacturer says the bags once disposed have a six-month lifespan.
Former hosts of the children's show remember the gaffes and the laughs in a BBC One Show special to mark the anniversary.
Thieves film their exploits and post them online. But motorbike enthusiasts are fighting back.
Two-time Winter Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold says she is "ready for a new chapter" after announcing her retirement from skeleton.
As the Brexit talks enter the final stages, new research shows that British voters are split on whether they think it will be good for the country.
The UK is the only nation currently planning to use the landing manoeuvre on its aircraft carriers.
The project to race a car at more than 1,000mph runs into a financial roadblock, with the company behind the venture going into administration.
Young black people talk about what it's like for them living in Northern Ireland.
Our own "Banksy" finds out what people outside Sotheby's think of the headline-hitting stunt.
A woman, known as 'Miss M’, won £80,000 in damages in a private civil action from a man who had been cleared of raping her after a night out in Scotland.
The forces said the videos could improve driver behaviour and reduce crashes.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex start their Australia tour with a special announcement.
The Sussexes, on their first royal tour in Australia, announced their baby is due next spring.