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US warns Syria over 'potential' plan for chemical attack

Syria is planning another chemical attack, the US says, warning it would pay a "heavy price".

Stormont talks: Simon Coveney warns time 'running out'

The DUP and Sinn Féin need to "move towards each other's position", says Irish foreign minister.

More than 1,700 patients at risk over NHS mail blunder

Cancer test results, child protection notes and medication advice were among notes that went missing.

Queen to receive £6m pay increase from public funds

The increase comes as the Crown Estate, whose profits fund her official work, posted a £24m profit rise.

Grenfell Tower fire: Husband's fear over lost passport

Sabah feared he would not be able to attend his wife Khadija's funeral after his passport burned.

Lee Rigby mother: I feel for terror attack victims

The Manchester terror attack took place on the fourth anniversary of Fusilier Rigby's death.

Most-delayed flights from UK airports revealed

Gatwick Airport passengers experienced the most delays with about one in three flights affected.

Cash 'lives on' after 50 years of ATMs

Bank of England chief cashier says all future plans include the use of cash despite new technology.

Theresa May's DUP-Tory deal criticised as 'shabby and reckless'

Labour criticises the deal - but the Conservatives say they had a duty to form a government.

Scottish areas worst for broadband speeds, says Which?

The slowest speeds in the UK are experienced in three Scottish local authority areas, Which? says.

'Less homophobic bullying' in Britain's schools

Bullying against gay pupils has reduced, a study suggests, but many still face victimisation.

Welsh singer Charlotte Church loses unborn baby

The singer says she and her partner Jonathan Powell are grieving their loss.

Bristol MP Darren Jones hails himself 'first Darren in Parliament'

MP Darren Jones says his nominative claim to fame makes his constituency "historic and fascinating".

Newspaper headlines: DUP deal dominates front pages

The agreement that will see the Democratic Unionists support the government is widely criticised.

£100m from West to clean up Russian nuclear base

Western nations are giving Russia nearly £100m to clear up nuclear waste at Andreyeva Bay, a contaminated Cold War submarine base.

Cash machine quiz: Test your knowledge

On its golden jubilee, how much you know about the ATM?

The robot that can pick up virtually any object

Scientists at UC Berkeley have created a robot that has learnt to pick up virtually any object.

Halsey: I lost a sense of who I was

The singer speaks to the BBC about playing Glastonbury and finding herself again after a break-up.

Why the NHS can't pay for all of Glendon's cancer drugs

Glendon has a brain tumour - there are drugs that might extend his life but he must pay for them.

In pictures: The empty railways of America

Photographer John Sanderson captures the quiet moments between passing trains.

What happens when you're sleep deprived?

A new study is looking at the impact of sleep on your brain power.

BBC Breakfast

BBC coverage of latest developments

Reality Check: Britain and EU at odds over citizens' rights

The EU argues that the rights of the bloc's citizens should not change as a result of Brexit.

How I slept next to a lion

Amy Dickman has had some close shaves with big cats and humans while working with cheetahs and lions in Africa.

'I had to crowdfund for my wheelchair so I could work as a doctor'

Hannah Barham-Brown feared her dreams of becoming a medic would be over after the NHS offered her an impractical wheelchair.

Were predictions about Hong Kong's handover correct?

Twenty years on, we review predictions for Hong Kong made when Britain handed the city over to China.

DUP-Tory deal: Where is the money going to be spent?

The heart of this financial package is infrastructure spending - £400m over two years - says BBC News NI's John Campbell.

What happens if you take too much MDMA?

One man is dead and four others are seriously ill after taking the drug. This is what happens when you take too much MDMA.

Why Scottish tower blocks pass fire tests

A parliamentary inquiry was carried out after a fatal tower block fire in Irvine, North Ayrshire.

Holland & Barrett: Bargain basement or High Street star?

The Russian billionaire buying the health food chain said he wanted to invest in future stars of the High Street. Does Holland & Barrett fit the bill?

El Hadji Diouf: I am not a bad guy, says controversial Senegal great

El Hadji Diouf had a reputation for bad behaviour as a player, but tells BBC Sport's Stanley Kwenda this was unfair.

Frank de Boer: Crystal Palace's new boss is excited to 'spend a lot of money'

New Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer says he is excited to join a club that "spend a lot of money".

World Cup 2022: Claims of corruption in Qatar bid published in Germany

Claims of alleged corruption in Qatar's successful 2022 World Cup bid are published in the German media.

Serena Williams: John McEnroe believes she would struggle on men's circuit

John McEnroe says Serena Williams would struggle to make the men's top 700, and the world 701 says he would beat her.

Usain Bolt says 'mind not made up' over retirement date

Usain Bolt says he may continue running after this summer's World Championships, but stresses he still plans to retire this season.

British and Irish Lions: Gatland's men prepare for Hurricanes test

Warren Gatland's midweek squad have a chance to lift British and Irish Lions morale when they face the Hurricanes in Wellington.

County Championship: How the opening day of day-night matches unfolded

Average crowds? Strange intervals? A ball that gets bigger? How the first of the day-night County Championship games unfolded.

Eastbourne 2017: Heather Watson upsets champion Dominika Cibulkova

Watch the best five shots as British number three Heather Watson beats defending champion Dominika Cibulkova in the second round of Eastbourne