Global ransomware attack causes turmoil

Banks, retailers, energy firms and Kiev airport say they have been targeted by malware attacks.

Nicola Sturgeon puts Scottish independence referendum bill on hold

First minister puts her referendum plans temporarily on hold, but says one is still likely by 2021.

Charlie Gard parents lose European court appeal

The European Court rejects a plea from the parents of Charlie Gard to intervene in his case.

England U21s lose to Germany on penalties

England are denied a place in the European Under-21 Championship final as they lose a gripping semi-final against Germany on penalties.

Google hit with record EU fine over Shopping service

The European Commission penalises the US tech giant for illegally favouring its own shopping service.

Couple's 'heritage' blocks them adopting

A Sikh couple claim their skin colour was the main objection for the adoption agency.

Man walks away after being hit by bus

Simon Smith was knocked to the ground but amazingly suffered only minor injuries.

Republicans delay Senate healthcare vote

US Senate Republicans delay a vote on their healthcare bill, dealing a blow to their promise to replace Obamacare

Germany: Merkel paves way for gay marriage vote

German MPs press for a vote on legalising same-sex marriage before the September election.

Grenfell Tower fire: Theresa May calls for cladding investigation

Cladding from 95 buildings in 32 local authority areas fails fire safety tests after Grenfell blaze.

David Davis blames 'badly designed' campaign for Tory losses

David Davis attacks Tory election campaign - and Grant Shapps blames "world's worst manifesto".

HMS Queen Elizabeth sets sail from Rosyth for sea trials

The Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier has left its home port for the first time.

Singhsbury's renamed Morrisinghs after row

Morrisons says it "does not mind" about the new name of Jel Singh Nagra's shop.

Should parents pay to bin used nappies?

As some councils sell "nappy bins" to families struggling with smelly waste, what can parents do to avoid a bin pile-up?

Couple visiting all British railway stations

Meet Geoff and Vicki, they're on a mission to visit all 2,563 railway stations in Britain.

Cyclist 'repeatedly attacked' by Staffordshire bird of prey

He says he won't change his route despite being repeatedly dive-bombed by a buzzard.

Rihanna tweets world leaders and Justin Trudeau is the latest to respond

Global pop star tweets world leaders to commit to educating young people in developing countries and Canada's Justin Trudeau is in.

Serena Williams shows off baby bump

The tennis star, who is six months pregnant, poses naked for photographer Annie Leibovitz.

The man who taught Ed Sheeran how to use a loop pedal

Newsbeat chats to the man who taught Ed Sheeran how to use his trademark loop pedal, which confused some fans at Glastonbury.

What's the difference between a hard or soft Brexit?

The BBC's Kamal Ahmed explains the difference between a hard or soft Brexit for the UK.

Ronnie O’Sullivan: I was in hospital after breakdown

Ronnie O'Sullivan says he was in hospital for four days while at the 2016 Snooker World Championships.

Cash machine quiz: Test your knowledge

On its golden jubilee, how much you know about the ATM?

'Woke' and 'post-truth' added to Oxford English Dictionary

Reflecting the current political situation, especially in the US, the Oxford English Dictionary now includes "woke" and "post-truth".

The robot that can pick up virtually any object

Scientists at UC Berkeley have created a robot that has learnt to pick up virtually any object.

Why the NHS can't pay for all of Glendon's cancer drugs

Glendon has a brain tumour - there are drugs that might extend his life but he must pay for them.

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What was the role of Cambridge Analytica and psychographics in the EU referendum?

Gabriel Gatehouse asks if, in the age of big data, our democracy is open to manipulation.

Google's giant fine: the internet reacts

A 2.4bn euro fine is celebrated by Google's critics but others view the punishment as misjudged.

A really simple guide to decent broadband and how to improve your download speeds

How do you check your broadband service or choose which package to get? We asked a broadband and wi-fi specialist for his top tips.

Has al-Muhajiroun been underestimated?

One of the London Bridge attackers was a follower of the banned al-Muhajiroun network.

Ant power: Take a ride on a bus that runs on formic acid

The drive to find more sustainable transport fuels has been given a boost by some Dutch students.

How I saved big cats by introducing ‘magic dogs’

Amy Dickman has had some close shaves with big cats and humans while working with cheetahs and lions.

Reality Check: Your Brexit citizens questions answered

BBC Reality Check answers your questions on Brexit and the rights of UK and EU citizens

The lifestyle changes that can cut type 2 diabetes risk

BBC1's Doctor in the House Rangan Chatterjee helps single mum La-Vern improve her lifestyle so she can avoid developing type 2 diabetes.

Were predictions about Hong Kong's handover correct?

Twenty years on, we review predictions for Hong Kong made when Britain handed the city over to China.

In pictures: The empty railways of America

Photographer John Sanderson captures the quiet moments between passing trains.

Women's World Cup 2017: England beat Pakistan as Natalie Sciver & Heather Knight star

Natalie Sciver and Heather Knight hit centuries as England amass a record 377-7 to brush past Pakistan in the Women's World Cup.

British and Irish Lions: Warren Gatland did not want to 'devalue shirt'

The controversy over the Lions call-ups influenced the decision not to bring them off the bench against the Hurricanes, says coach Warren Gatland.

World Cup 2018 and 2022: Fifa releases bid 'corruption' report

A lengthy report into claims of alleged corruption into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups is released by Fifa.

British and Irish Lions 2017: 'Courtney Lawes favourite to force way into Test squad'

Courtney Lawes is in pole position to earn promotion to the Test squad as the Lions draw with the Hurricanes, says Jeremy Guscott.

Women's World Cup 2017: England's Natalie Sciver scores brilliant century

Natalie Sciver hits 137 off 92 balls as England make their highest World Cup total of 377-7 to comfortably beat Pakistan at Grace Road.

Rusada: Russia's anti-doping agency to resume drug testing under supervision

Russia can resume drug testing of its athletes under supervision, the World Anti-Doping Agency announces.