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  1. Tory leadership race: EU will renegotiate Brexit package, says Hunt

    Mr Hunt said if there is no prospect of a deal by 31 October he would accept a no-deal Brexit.
  2. Electrical failure cuts power to all of Argentina and Uruguay, supplier says

    All of Argentina and Uruguay, with a combined population of 48m, lost their power, supplier says.
  3. Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters return to streets despite suspension

    Hundreds of thousands flood the streets over a proposed extradition bill, despite its suspension.
  4. Trans charity Mermaids UK 'deeply sorry' for data breach

    Mermaids UK published thousands of emails containing confidential information, reports suggest.
  5. Wahaca waiter 'won't pay eat-and-run bill'

    A customer claimed a waiter feared being made to pay after diners fled, because of company policy.
  6. Harry and Meghan share picture of son Archie on Father's Day

    The picture shows the six-week-old with his eyes open as he is held by Prince Harry.
  7. Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara admits misusing public funds

    Sara Netanyahu is fined $12,490 (£9,917) after being convicted of misusing state funds for meals.
  8. Fodor's Travel removes 'offensive' Belfast murals guide

    Fodor's Travel compared "wildly romantic Catholic murals" to "workmanlike efforts" in Protestant areas.
  9. Wainfleet flooding: Pumps used to reduce water levels

    People have been warned they may need to stay out of their homes in Lincolnshire for up to 48 hours.
  10. Trump hits out again at Khan over London violence

    The US president's comments come after three men die in five attacks within 24 hours in London.
  11. Jailed Nazanin's husband in Iranian embassy tent protest

    Richard Ratcliffe has spent his first night on a hunger strike outside the Iranian embassy in London, to try and secure his wife's release.
  12. Wales' chapels: The Abernant man single-handedly keeping the doors open

    Eirian Jones is the last member and single-handedly runs Capel Y Cwm near Abernant in Carmarthenshire.
  13. 'Grime Gran': Margaret Keefe, 80, plugged into music scene

    Margaret Keefe's grandson and grime artist Risky Roadz toasts their partnership with online videos.
  14. Taekwondo star unbowed by her disability

    Angel Stevens, 17, won gold at the International Taekwon-Do Federation World Championships in 2016.
  15. Thrapston nifty knitters knit their town's whole high street

    It took seven people a year to knit their high street in Thrapston, from the church to the toy shop.
  16. Berkshire family starts waste plastic swimsuit business

    A Berkshire family has turned the oceans' waste plastic into a range of children's swimwear.
  17. Babe Ruth jersey fetches record-breaking $5.64m at auction

    The baseball legend's jersey becomes the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold.
  18. Your pictures on the theme of 'sailing by'

    Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "sailing by".
  19. Paper review: Tory contenders eye roles in 'Boris cabinet'

    Boris Johnson is the focus for many of the papers as the race continues for the Conservative leadership.
  20. BBC News Channel

    Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
  21. Ebola crosses a porous border

    The Ebola virus may be easier to contain in Uganda than in DR Congo, reports Olivia Acland.
  22. The day Trump ran for president (and what people predicted)

    On this day in 2015, Trump said he was running for president. How did people react - and what did they get wrong?
  23. Tattoos at work: Are they still an issue?

    Employers have become more relaxed about visible tattoos at work, but some firms still don't allow them.
  24. EastEnders star: How award saved my dad

    A chance opportunity given to an EastEnders actor to present an award resulted in his father's life being saved.
  25. Jan Broberg: Abuser used alien conspiracy to control me

    Jan Broberg from Abducted in Plain Sight tells BBC Radio 5 Live how abuser lied to control her.
  26. Leaked exam: 'I cried in the car on the way home'

    Students who sat the Edexcel A-level maths paper claim 'widespread' leak occurred hours before exam.
  27. Obituary: Franco Zeffirelli

    Franco Zeffirelli's bold ideas and lavish productions made him one of the great post-war European directors.
  28. The Ireland v Scotland fishing dispute explained

    Scottish and Irish crews are between a rock and a hard place over Atlantic island fishing rights.
  29. Maurizio Sarri: Juventus appoint Chelsea manager

    Maurizio Sarri leaves Chelsea to take over at Italian champions Juventus after one season in charge of the Premier League club.
  30. 'I put on a good show' - clinical Fury stops Schwarz in second round

    Britain's Tyson Fury stops previously undefeated heavyweight Tom Schwarz in the second round in Las Vegas.
  31. Paul Pogba: Man Utd midfielder says 'now could be good time to leave'

    Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says now "could be a good time to move elsewhere".
  32. Real Madrid: Eden Hazard and other arrivals point to new Galacticos era

    The recognisable Real Madrid we have seen in recent years is gone and is being replaced by an expensively assembled new team, says Andy West.
  33. Cricket World Cup: India's Rohit Sharma is caught by Pakistan's Wahab Riaz

    Rohit Sharma is furious as he is caught by Wahab Riaz in India's Cricket World Cup match against Pakistan at Old Trafford.
  34. Women's World Cup 2019: Sembrant heads the ball home to claim fastest goal of the tournament so far

    Elin Rubensson's free-kick sets up Linda Sembrant to head home the opener for Sweden, the fastest goal of the tournament so far.
  35. The lorry driver in Birmingham whose kindness went viral

    He says it is in his nature to help people after stopping his cement mixer to help a woman cross the road.
  36. County Durham school makes wheelchair for pet duck

    Jimmy was nursed back to health by staff and pupils after contracting pneumonia.
  37. The death of a British skateboarding hero

    Ben Raemers's death has prompted a conversation about mental health in the sport.
  38. The women who are killing it in taxidermy

    The young women who are trying to change perceptions about a traditionally male-dominated practice.
  39. Metal detectorist 'had no idea coin was worth £10k'

    Detectorist Tom Thomas kept the rare artefact for nearly 30 years, not knowing its real value.
  40. 'I call my stem cell donor my sister'

    Leukaemia survivor Gary Hodges says Karen Scoltock saved his life when she joined the stem cell register.