A terminally-ill doctor who raised £250,000 for a cancer charity dies, her husband confirms.
BBC Newsnight's Nicholas Watt tells the inside story of how the Leave campaign won the EU referendum.
The Football Association could lose millions of pounds in funding if it does not reform, says Sports Minister Tracey Crouch.
Young people in Munich have given their reaction after Friday's mass shooting that left nine people dead, seven of then teenagers.
Ollie Burridge tells the BBC he and his family were stuck in traffic for sixteen hours waiting to board a ferry at Dover.
Tim Kaine - Democrat Hillary Clinton's newly announced vice presidential running mate - makes his national debut, saying: "America was not built on fear".
A man is arrested after trying to grab the Olympic Torch in Sao Paolo, as the flame makes its way towards Rio de Janeiro for the opening of the 2016 Games.
Chris Froome is set to become the first Briton to win three Tour de France titles. Rob Hatch, Rob Hayles, OJ Borg, and a few fans explain what makes him so good.