Millions have less than £100 in savings, study finds

More than 16m people in the UK have savings of less than £100, a study by the Money Advice Service (MAS) finds. Source: BBC

Met commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to retire

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is to retire in 2017 after five years as the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, the force announces. Source: BBC

Lost Jacob Jordaens’ masterpiece on show at Swansea Museum

A 17th Century Flemish masterpiece worth about £3m and discovered in Swansea Museum's storeroom goes on show on Thursday. Source: BBC

Price comparison sites to be probed by watchdog

The Competition and Markets Authority plans to scrutinise the operation of price comparison websites, which allow consumers to compare products and services. Source: BBC

Thousands due at Peres coffin as it lies in state

Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres as his body lies in state, in Jerusalem. Source: BBC

Italy earthquake: The family living in their garden

Roberta Pompa has been living with her young children in their back garden since the earthquake in central Italy on 24 August. Source: BBC

Girl abducted walking to school in Oxford

A teenage girl walking to school is abducted by two men and subjected to a serious sexual assault. Source: BBC

‘British people made bad decision on EU’

Italy's PM says it will be "impossible" for Brexit talks to provide a deal that gives British people more rights than those outside the EU. Source: BBC

Meet David Shrigley … Fourth Plinth artist

David Shrigley's "really good" is set to be unveiled as the latest Fourth Plinth commission Source: BBC

Police body cameras ‘cut complaints against officers’

Police body cameras can dramatically reduce the number of complaints against officers, a major research project suggests. Source: BBC

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