Squaring the circle over women bishops
How Germany is providing homes for Roma
A man is charged with murder after a homeless man is found strangled at Marble Arch in central London.
A new law comes into force in France making it compulsory for drivers to carry two breathalyser kits, in a move aimed at cutting drink-driving accidents.
A programme that aims to spot men at risk of abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture is to be rolled out across Scotland.
Getting married with 4,000 others on 1 July 1982
The impact of the ban on smoking in public buildings
Euro 2012 final: Spain versus Italy in numbers
The power to set a new drink-drive limit in Scotland is among those being transferred from Westminster to Holyrood this week.
Police identify a man who was stabbed to death at a shopping centre yards from the Olympic Park.
Police search for a man they want to speak to in connection with the death of a woman in Bristol.
World number four Andy Murray beats Marcos Baghdatis with the last point of the evening session in the third round at Wimbledon.
Britain's Andy Murray makes the last 16 of Wimbledon with a victory over Marcos Baghdatis that finishes at 23:02 BST.
Sir Cliff Richard celebrates his Olympic torch relay with a rendition of Congratulations.
Two Swedish journalists jailed in Ethiopia on terror charges say their biggest challenge now is "psychological", on the first anniversary of their arrest.
Surrey seamer Stuart Meaker joins the England one-day squad as cover for James Anderson, who has a tight groin.
Alvaro Bautista will start next weekend's German Grand Prix from the back of the grid after he took Jorge Lorenzo out at Assen.
Xavi says Spain have a "great opportunity to make history" as the reigning European and world champions aim for a third tournament win.
Laurent Blanc leaves his job as manager of the French national team after his contract comes to an end.
David Cameron is prepared to consider a referendum on the UK's relationship with the EU, but only when the time is right, he tells the Sunday Telegraph.
BBC Sport takes a look at the best Euro 2012 goals scored in Poland and Ukraine.
British sprinter Danny Talbot wins bronze in the 200m at the European Championships in Finland.
Yitzhak Shamir, the former Israeli Prime Minister and leader of the right-wing Likud party, has died at the age of 96, officials say.
Sir Richard Branson abandons an attempt to kitesurf the English Channel after he finds his kite is too small.
Comedian Frankie Boyle strongly defends his tax arrangements after it was alleged he might have avoided paying almost £900,000 tax last year.
Uefa president Michel Platini says the 2020 European Championship could be spread across various cities in Europe.
Live coverage of the European Athletics Championships in Helsinki.
Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman has visited the north-east of England as the region continues with the clear up.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness defends his Sinn Fein colleague Conor Murphy saying he does not have "a sectarian bone in his body".
A charity is attempting to lift a group of similar young people out of poverty in India, with a musical based on their lives.
Icelanders vote to elect a new president, with the controversial incumbent facing a challenge from a new mother and four others.
In a speech to the Fabian Society, Labour Leader Ed Miliband calls for a "full, open and independent inquiry" into the British banking system.
Prime Minister David Cameron says he will not be pushed to make a "snap" decision about whether or not to order an inquiry into the banking system.