Drivers on the M74 in Scotland were shocked when they spotted Don the collie dog apparently behind the wheel of a tractor on the carriageway.
He'd leapt into the vehicle while his owner was distracted and leaned on the controls taking it onto the road. No one was hurt - but it did cause tailbacks!
David Cameron will discuss what Britain can do to tackle the crisis, which has seen more than 1,700 people die trying to cross the Mediterranean since the start of this year alone.
Britain's youngest organ donor who lived for just 100 minutes - this morning his brave parents reveal their heartbreaking decision to donate his kidneys to save a stranger
Bingo halls aren't the first place you'd associate with illegal drug use, but an investigation in this morning's Sun has uncovered more than half of British bingo halls tested positive for traces of cocaine
Happy Birthday to YouTube - as the video sharing site celebrates a decade of clips, we meet some of the stars who found fame online
Following in his dancing heroes footsteps, Strictly's Len joins us as he takes on some of Fred Astaire’s most iconic routines
Richard Gaisford catches up with 23-year-old Zyllah, a migrant who was picked up on the Italian coast and is now living in an over-crowded refugee camp. The Italian authorities continue to reject her appeals to move.
A ship with several more migrants is expected to arrive in Sicily this morning.
A third of mums worry about passing their insecurities on to their children - and nearly 50 percent of kids think their own mums are unhappy with their appearance
Today Tesco are set to announce devastating £5 billion record losses, only months after closing 43 stores
Another ship carrying hundreds of migrants is expected to dock in Sicily this morning, soon after Captain Mohammed Ali Malek was arrested on suspicion of multiple homicide
Supermarkets have been accused of using pricing tactics that 'mislead and confuse'
The Consumer group Which? claims shoppers are being manipulated into spending more, when they believe they are making savings
The captain and first mate of a boat that capsized off the coast of Libya have been arrested over the deaths of around 900 hundred refugees.
Meanwhile David Cameron has admitted Britain 'can do more' to help deal with the migrant boat crisis as he said he would break off from election campaigning to attend a Brussels summit on Thursday