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Hillsborough disaster: Charges decision due
Families of the 96 victims of the 1989 disaster will be told later what prosecutors have decided.
HMP Birmingham: Violence on rise, say inspectors
The stability of HMP Birmingham is under threat because of rising illegal drug use, inspectors say.
'Boaty McBoatface' submarine returns home
The UK's favourite yellow submarine completes its first major science expedition in the Antarctic.
A&E cuts will hit 23m people, British Medical Association says
Doctors warn the national programme of changes is being rushed through and is wasting money.
London fire: Fire safety risk inspections pointless, says expert
The current system councils use "does not take into consideration important factors like cladding".
Grenfell Tower victim's name wins Philip Pullman auction
More than 400 bidders win the Authors For Grenfell Tower auction lot with a joint bid of £32,400.
Fire brigade raised fears about cladding with councils
A letter was sent in May advising London councils to review the use of panels, the BBC learns.
Mobiles 'fast replacing' bank branch visits
Typical customers will visit a branch four times a year by 2022, compared to seven now, forecasters say.
Sir Philip sold BHS to dodge pension cost, says regulator
The regulator claims Sir Philip Green sold BHS to avoid paying for the pension if the firm went bust.
Charlie Gard parents lose European court appeal
The European Court rejects a plea from the parents of Charlie Gard to intervene in his case.
Boy, 11, found dead with electrical burns at rail depot
British Transport Police say the boy's death is currently being treated as "unexplained".
Faecal bacteria 'in ice in Costa, Starbucks and Caffe Nero'
Concerning levels of faecal bacteria were found in ice at three major coffee chains, a BBC investigation finds.
GCSE pass levels causing confusion over university entry
There are warnings of confusion over university admissions as changes to GCSEs create two different pass grades.
Grenfell survivor makes first return to tower
Olu is still scarred by the fire he feared would kill him and his family.
Luftwaffe ace flies in Spitfire
German pilot Hugo Broch took to the skies over Kent to achieve a long-held ambition.
Make-up artist offers free makeovers to cancer patients
Make-up artist Natalie Crawford wants to help others after she lost her breasts, ovaries and hair.
CCTV footage shows man hit by bus in Reading
Simon Smith was knocked to the ground but amazingly suffered only minor injuries.
Couple visiting all British railway stations
Meet Geoff and Vicki, they're on a mission to visit all 2,563 railway stations in Britain.
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.
Titan arum: Plant with 'rotting flesh' smell flowers
Large crowds gather to smell the stinky flower.
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Singhsbury's renamed Morrisinghs after row
Morrisons says it "does not mind" about the new name of Jel Singh Nagra's shop.
HMS Queen Elizabeth sets sail from Rosyth for sea trials
HMS Queen Elizabeth - the largest warship ever built for the Royal Navy - leaves Rosyth for sea trials.
Newspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit'
Apparent divisions between David Davis, Philip Hammond and Boris Johnson over Brexit make headlines.
'Near full-scale riot'
A former teacher reveals what it was like to work at a school given Ofsted's lowest rating.
Return to Grenfell
Olu is still scarred by the fire he feared would kill him and his family. What does his life hold now?
Lads and dads
Children's film Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs inspires a play about modern masculinity.
More for less?
A weak pound may be luring clothes shoppers to the UK, but how are shops coping with the change?
Battle of the bins
As some councils sell "nappy bins" to families struggling with smelly waste, what can parents do to avoid a bin pile-up?
Cash machine quiz
On its golden jubilee, how much you know about the ATM?
Reality Check
BBC Reality Check answers your questions on Brexit and the rights of UK and EU citizens
'I crowdfunded my wheelchair'
Hannah Barham-Brown feared her dreams of becoming a medic would be over after the NHS offered her an impractical wheelchair.
A High Street star?
The Russian billionaire buying the health food chain said he wanted to invest in future stars of the High Street. Does Holland & Barrett fit the bill?
Leading the way
A parliamentary inquiry was carried out after a fatal tower block fire in Irvine, North Ayrshire.
12 things
From playful policemen to Stormzy's big night out, here are our highlights from Glastonbury 2017.
'I am not a bad guy'
El Hadji Diouf had a reputation for bad behaviour as a player, but tells BBC Sport's Stanley Kwenda this was unfair.