Michael Gove tells the BBC he decided to stand to be Conservative leader after deciding "reluctantly but firmly" Boris Johnson was not capable of uniting the party or the UK.
The pound falls as Bank of England governor Mark Carney says it is likely "some monetary policy easing" will be required in response to the Brexit vote.
Britain's Andy Murray beats the in-form Yen-Hsun Lu in straight sets to reach the third round at Wimbledon.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is accused by the Chief Rabbi of making "offensive" comments at the launch of a Labour party inquiry into anti-Semitism.
A woman who wants to use her dead daughter's frozen eggs to give birth to her own grandchild has won a Court of Appeal battle.
Former Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic confirms he is joining Manchester United after leaving French champions Paris St-Germain.
The three men who carried out Tuesday's deadly attack on an Istanbul airport were all from former Soviet states, Turkish media and officials say.
Taliban bombers attack an Afghan police convoy outside Kabul, killing at least 30 people and wounding 50 others, officials say.
A decision on airport expansion in south-eastern England is to be delayed until "at least October", Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin says.
A 13-year-old Israeli girl is stabbed to death by a Palestinian inside her bedroom at a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank.
The UK is sending 250 more military personnel to Iraq, almost doubling its presence in the country.
The Queen and senior royals will lead events to mark 100 years since the Battle of the Somme which begin with overnight vigils on Thursday night.
Tory grandee Michael Heseltine says Boris Johnson has ripped the Conservative party apart, after creating the "greatest constitutional crisis in modern times".
Michael Gove tells Laura Kuenssberg why he decided "reluctantly but firmly" that "I should stand and Boris should stand aside".
Boris Johnson has announced that he will not be running in the Conservative leadership contest.
A century after the Battle of the Somme, see some of the key landmarks, battlefields and memorials from the air.
A mudslide in the city of Nagasaki caused a house to topple over after heavy rain pounded southern Japan over the past week.
Boris Johnson's father uses Julius Caesar analogy to describe his son's political fate.
Turkey is observing a national day of mourning after a gun and suicide bomb attack killed 41 people at Istanbul's Ataturk airport on Tuesday.
Londoners give their verdict on the news Boris Johnson has decided not to join the race to be next leader of the Conservative Party and prime minister.
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Dame Judi Dench reveals she got a tattoo on her wrist for her 81st birthday.
A museum telling the story of Swedish furniture giant Ikea opens today in the town of Almhult, on the site of the firm's first store.
Legal opinions are emerging as to how the UK's departure from the European Union might be slowed or even stopped, says Clive Coleman.
Many French soldiers died alongside their British allies at the bloody Battle of the Somme, but the conflict is overshadowed in France by Verdun, says Hugh Schofield.
The fallout from last week's vote to leave the European Union is rattling business and finance, far and wide, writes BBC Newsnight's Helen Thomas.
Gibraltar voted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU in the UK's referendum and now looks at ways to avoid having to leave the bloc, as the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse reports.
Who are the main contenders to succeed David Cameron as Conservative Party leader and prime minister.
The huge rough diamond that went on sale on Wednesday was one of three big diamonds found recently after a break of more than a century. The BBC's Clare Spencer asks why.
Turkey has witnessed yet another deadly terror attack. The BBC's Paul Kirby asks what the risks are of the crisis worsening.
Images from The Somme, one of the bloodiest battles of World War One.
The winning entries in the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016 competition are announced.
A selection of images from the gruelling obstacle-course challenge at Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries and Galloway.
Umbrellas and Wellington boots may be order of the day as five-day rowing spectacular kicks off, but the wet weather hasn't dampened spirits.
Remembering a century of war films at the Imperial War Museum in London - from 1 July 2016 to 8 January 2017.
Wales captain Ashley Williams - a doubt with a shoulder injury - says he is is fit to play against Belgium in their Euro 2016 quarter-final.
Serbia's Viktor Troicki loses his cool with the umpire after the official overrules a line call to give his Spanish opponent a match point that he then takes to win.
Britain's Dan Evans faces Roger Federer in the third round at Wimbledon after beating Ukrainian 30th seed Alexandr Dolgopolov.
The arrival of Newfoundland soldiers during World War One was to lead to the creation of a lasting bond with Scotland.
In Sunderland, voters were warned that Brexit risked higher unemployment - but the city went heavily for Leave anyway.
The internet decides to mangle some of Shakespeare's greatest work.
A look at the background and lives of some of the victims of the attack on Istanbul airport on 28 June.
A week on from the vote, how has ordinary life changed - or not changed?
As businesses become ever more concerned about the impact of sleep deprivation, one company is now paying its staff to get a good night's shut-eye.
After a gap of three decades, the cult TV series Robin of Sherwood has made a comeback, in the form of an audio play.
Andy Murray on Marcus Willis' feel-good Wimbledon story and the time his fellow Briton turned up drenched for doubles.
Singer Bat For Lashes talks about her new album The Bride, a concept record about a woman abandoned at the altar.
Tim Whewell visits the special schools springing up in Turkey to help the refugee children of Syria's "lost generation".
Italian restoration workers at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem have uncovered a mosaic of an angel that was previously hidden beneath plaster.
Sir Paul Nurse says UK science will suffer unless any post-Brexit agreement allows the free movement of people.
Social media has been full of claims that the amounts lost already have been many times the value of the UK's annual contribution to the EU Budget. Is that fair?
Having voted to leave the EU, the UK needs to negotiate a new set of trade deals with the EU - here are four key ways to get a good deal.
Martin McGuinness says he does not accept Northern Ireland cannot maintain any kind of special status within the EU after the UK withdraws from it.
While a few of the pollsters got the referendum result almost spot-on, others meant that studying the polls failed to give a clear indication of what the outcome would be on the morning of 24 June.
Nigel Farage says most MEPs have never done a 'proper job' in their lives. Is he right?
Following the Brexit vote, overseas holidays have become more expensive for Britons as the pound has fallen - so will more of us be holidaying in the UK this summer?
Reality Check looks at some of the claims and promises made during the campaign by Leave campaigners who now appear to have modified their positions.
A guide to the UK's decision to leave the European Union following an historic referendum.
The UK's vote to leave the EU has had an immediate effect on some elements of our finances - but not all. Here's what has changed.
Chancellor George Osborne says the UK does not have to start the formal process of leaving the EU until a time of its choosing. Is he right?
As European leaders meet this week to find a way forward from the UK’s decision to leave the EU, James Naughtie surveys the mood in France.
Chris Grayling says: "We need a free trade agreement with the European Union, which allows us to control the flow of people into and out of the country." Is that realistic?