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In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray talks about a "lippy" Tim Henman and too much Taylor Swift during training.
Slaven Bilic is accused of 'lacking respect' for not taking charge of West Ham's Europa League win on Thursday.
A prisoner custody officer who was attacked outside a court in central London dies.
EE, the UK's largest mobile phone operator, is fined £1m by the regulator Ofcom for breaching rules on handling customer complaints.
An Orange Hall in County Armagh is extensively damaged in a suspected arson attack.
China is to investigate suspected manipulation of the stock market, which has experienced its worst collapse in years, state media report.
There has been a "dramatic" drop in the number of planned trips to Tunisia, according to a travel data company.
Australia's national carrier, Qantas, will pay a one-off bonus payment of about 90m Australian dollars to employees affected by an 18-month wage freeze.
A special ceremony of remembrance will be held at the scene of last Friday's killings in Sousse, Tunisia.
A couple from Leicester who had been unaccounted for since the Tunisia attack were among those killed, the foreign office confirms.
The Forth Bridge is set to become Scotland's sixth Unesco World Heritage Site at a meeting of the UN's heritage committee in Germany.
Rupert Wingfield-Hayes looks into what's behind Japan's high suicide statistics.
Wales could be set for heavy rain and thunderstorms on Friday, the Met Office warns.
Communities across Wales will join others around the UK to hold a minute's silence in memory of the victims of the Tunisia beach attack.
South Korea will inject billions of dollars into its economy as it continues to struggle with falling exports and the outbreak of Mers.
Patients who miss appointments will be told how much they have cost the NHS, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says.