A farmer who built a mock-Tudor castle without planning permission fails to demolish it despite a court order.
The Tour may return to London in 2017 after Mayor Boris Johnson's office said it is in talks to stage a section of the race.
The BBC's Emma Simpson is taken for a spin in Aston Martin's new £1.5m supercar, the Vulcan.
BBC Sport looks at who has been arrested, who has been indicted and who is under investigation as part of the Fifa crisis.
The Queen visits the site of the former concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen, on the final day of her state visit to Germany.
Greece has rejected an offer from its creditors to extend the country's bailout deal as too little and likely to cause recession.
A Warwickshire house, described as a 'timewarp', is to be sold and its contents auctioned.
The president of University College London says that Prof Sir Tim Hunt will not be reinstated after his controversial comments about women.
The BBC speaks to supporters and opponents of the decision and asks what this ruling means to them.
England great Martin Johnson urges the current players not to repeat the mistakes of his much-criticised 2011 World Cup squad.
A man who survived a gun attack on a popular tourist beach in Tunisia speaks of the moment two gunmen struck.
Jockey Matthew Hopkins is banned for three years after gambling on horse racing while licensed as a rider.
The BBC examines Alberto Salazar's response to claims of anti-doping violations - and looks at what his statement does not address.
What are the rules over Spider-Man's race and sexuality?
As the UK's biggest music festival gets under way, BBC Sport readers contribute a pop star-meets-footballer XI.
Agnieszka Radwanska will meet Belinda Bencic in the Eastbourne International final after Caroline Wozniacki withdraws with an injury.
The government has announced it is delaying some modernisation projects planned for Network Rail. What are the reasons for this?
Rain falls on the Glastonbury Festival as fans enjoy the first day of music on the main stages.
Philomena McKee, sister of one of the Disappeared, has spoken of her family's pain after visiting the spot where her brother was murdered 43 years ago.
Two Catholic charities lodge a legal objection to the choice of chairwoman of Scotland's public inquiry into historical cases of child abuse.