The vice-chairwoman of pro-Corbyn group Momentum has been suspended by the Labour Party over controversial comments she made at a party training event, it is reported.
Donald Trump attacks a former beauty pageant winner who criticised him for alleged sexist and misogynistic remarks as "disgusting" in a Twitter outburst.
Russia's increasing military action in Syria is forcing moderate elements within the Syrian opposition into the hands of extremists, a US state department spokesman says.
Ex-Premier League manager Harry Redknapp says his players bet on the result of one of their matches, the Daily Telegraph claims.
Budget airline Monarch receives a temporary extension to its licence to sell package holidays and says it has secured "significant" new investment from shareholders.
Europe win three of the afternoon fourballs matches to cut the United States' lead on the first day of the Ryder Cup.
Britain could quit the EU well within the two-year time limit laid down by Article 50 , Conservative former ministers tell Theresa May - but the PM urges patience for "the right deal".
An increase in Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) which takes place on 1 October amounts to a "raid" on consumers, the industry says.
A judge rejects a last-ditch attempt to stop the handover of internet naming power from the US to a non-profit group.
Animal tuberculosis, which is spread through contaminated food, is a greater threat to human health than previously realised, leading doctors and vets warn.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take to the water in a canoe during the penultimate day of their Canadian tour.
Veteran broadcaster Desmond Carrington announces he is leaving BBC Radio 2, bringing a 70-year broadcasting career to a close.
A rescuer sobs as he pulls out alive a month-old baby girl from what is reported to be the aftermath of an air strike in Idlib, Syria.
A tanker carrying 450 tonnes of a chemical used in cleaning products has foundered off the coast of Japan.
Barack Obama had to hurry up former US President Bill Clinton as the pair left Israel after attending the funeral of Shimon Peres.
Victoria Derbyshire presenter Joanna Gosling speaks to Karl Price, a former drug user who has been saved from dying of an overdose by naloxone on three occasions.
A man is caught on video destroying iPhones at an Apple Store in Dijon by whacking them with a heavy metal ball used for playing petanque.
Two motorcyclists showed "utter disregard" for road users by reaching speeds of 140mph and pulling "wheelies" on country roads, a judge has said.
Mission control in Darmstadt, Germany, react to confirmation that the Rosetta probe has ended its mission to Comet 67P by crash-landing on to the icy object's surface.
A massive construction project has begun in Russia to build a 19km bridge to its newest region, Crimea, after it was annexed from Ukraine.
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A couple from London are inundated with responses to their advert looking for help caring for their elderly grandmother in return for free accommodation in the capital.
Supermarkets in the UK deliberately overproduce in-store baked bread to keep shelves full as a marketing ploy, food waste charities claim.
Visible progress is "badly needed" for the child sexual abuse inquiry in England and Wales after a number of setbacks, writes BBC home affairs correspondent Tom Symonds.
Businesses in property hotspots are about to see their rates rise, whilst those in areas where property prices have fallen will see their bills go down.
Worries over Deutsche Bank's health are dragging down its share price - and those of the rest of the world's banks in its wake. Are we on the brink of a new modern banking crisis?
A look at the different options for the UK's relationship with the European Union after Brexit.
Liam Fox questions whether tariffs would damage the UK or the EU more.
After anti-begging posters are banned in Nottingham, homeless charities share their advice on whether to give money to beggars.
Has the UK really sold tea to China, wine to France and boomerangs to Australia?
The Times reports on Prime Minister Theresa May's "hands-on style", while there are reports that European builders in the UK are to be "saved from Brexit".
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Photographer Jim Grover spent four hours making pictures of people on London's Westminster Bridge.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Canada with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, for a royal tour, five years after they first visited the country as newly-weds.
Sam Allardyce could face an FA ban over the newspaper revelations that led to his departure as England manager.
Wigan Warriors book their Grand Final place as they edge a see-sawing Super League play-off semi-final against Hull FC.
Everton miss the chance to move second in the Premier League as Christian Benteke earns Crystal Palace a deserved draw.
As market research shows that women of all ages prefer flat shoes, it raises the question whether high heels have fallen out of fashion in favour of trainers and flats.
As a report suggests younger generations have less wealth than their parents, here are the ways being born in the 90s makes your life better.
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The Blavatnik School of Government has been shortlisted for Riba's prestigious Stirling Prize, 2016.
But in a video documenting what they call a "life-changing" summer, the band's told Newsbeat this is "just the start".
The story behind the suicide of two teenage girls in France opens an intense debate about how teenagers treat each other and how they are looked after at school.
Europe grapples with what to do with married child migrants - separate them from their spouses, or risk condoning child abuse?
A heroin overdose antidote kit has saved hundreds of lives since a change in UK law one year ago - but does it make heroin users feel it is safer to use the drug?
Business email fraud is on the rise, with fraudsters persuading staff to pay bogus invoices and make wire transfers under false pretences. Can tech foil the fraudsters?