The brother of Alan Henning, the aid worker who was murdered by so-called Islamic State, says he thinks it is disgusting that he and his family were "gagged by the government and the Foreign Office" over the kidnapping.
Michael Hershman, an expert in transparency, tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan that Fifa president Sepp Blatter must leave.
A London woman arrested in Iran for watching a men's volleyball match has gone on hunger strike in jail.
The US Supreme Court rejects appeals against gay marriage in five US states, increasing the number where it's legal to 30, in a move applauded by campaigners.
Savings of up to £1m are to be protected under new proposals from the Bank of England aimed at avoiding a Northern Rock style run on a bank.