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Trump tweet row: Don't take the bait, congresswomen say The US congresswomen attacked by the president in racially charged tweets dismiss them as a distraction.
Scotland's drug deaths set to top 1,000 New figures are expected to show a record number of people died as a result of drugs last year.
Facebook scam-busting service goes live New tools to fight online scams are launched after a legal action by TV personality Martin Lewis.
Government should not manage railways, says review Someone independent of government should lead operations, says the man tasked with improving the railways.
The Papers: Tory rivals condemn Trump jibe, and e-scooter 'blitz' Tuesday's papers focus on reaction to Donald Trump's racially charged tweets and England's World Cup win.
London mayor rejects plans for Tulip tower The 1,000ft tower is rejected by Sadiq Khan as it "had limited public benefit".
PM candidates condemn Trump's 'go back' remark to congresswomen Jeremy Hunt says the language was "totally offensive", while Boris Johnson says it was "unacceptable".
Flint brothers die choking on meat five months apart The brothers ate quickly without chewing their food properly, an earlier inquest heard.
Former Iranian minister: Iran will not be bullied The BBC has been given rare access inside Iran as tensions rise between the country, the United States and its allies.
Philip Glass: I once had Salvador Dali in the back of my cab The great composer on driving Dali, soundtracking Stranger Things and his new show in Manchester.
Bulb smart meter displays in England switch to Welsh language Customers living more than 100 miles from the Welsh border have been reporting the anomaly.
Poldark's 'pure windswept melodrama' welcomed back for final series Series five had "a thoroughly enjoyable start" but is still "shameless twaddle", critics say.
Eric Michels murder: Serial killer Stephen Port's drug dealer convicted Gerald Matovu, who sold drugs to serial killer Stephen Port, gave his victim an overdose of GHB.
Amazon workers launch protests on Prime Day Thousands of workers are calling for better conditions as the retail giant's annual sale starts.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were the star guests at the Lion King premiere The Lion King stars meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the film's European premiere.
Pink defends Holocaust memorial photo after criticism Pop star Pink accused of 'disrespect' over a picture of her children running in a Holocaust memorial.
The link between a Grindr murderer and a serial killer Gerald Matovu, a friend of the serial killer Stephen Port, has himself been convicted of murder with a fatal overdose of the drug GHB.
Roman coin stash 'may have been linked to Boudiccan revolt' There was an increase in hoarding coins during the "tumultuous" reign of the queen, an expert says.
Summer getaway: Roads to avoid as school holiday begins Traffic is expected to peak on Friday as holidaymakers share the roads with commuter traffic.
'A nail-biting finish' as England win Cricket World Cup final England and New Zealand fans in London and Sheffield tell the BBC how they found the Cricket World Cup final.
'My son spent £3,160 in one game' As politicians call for more regulation, you share your stories about children spending money within games.
Life after prison for Muslim women Female Muslim ex-offenders need targeted help, say campaigners.
Does 5G pose health risks? Exposure from mobile networks including 5G fall well below limits set by international regulators.
A web of abuse: How the far right disproportionately targets female politicians Established far-right groups use social media to direct abuse at female politicians across Europe.
Neil Armstrong - the man behind the legend The public knew little about this enigmatic man, but now we are gaining a glimpse of the real Neil Armstrong.
Kabareh Cheikhats: The all-male musical troupe who dress up as women The Moroccan men who explore their femininity at night, paying tribute to the country’s female folk singers.
Waterloo battlefield therapy for British war veterans Servicemen and women trying to overcome the effects of war are digging at the Battle of Waterloo site.
Inside Iran: What Iranians think of stand-off with US The BBC has been given rare access to Iran to gauge the public mood as tensions with the US deepen.
Watch the moment England won the Cricket World Cup Watch the moment that Jos Buttler runs out New Zealand's Martin Guptill to win England the World Cup.
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