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1 Brexit: UK and EU at odds over 'exit bill'

Brexit: UK and EU at odds over 'exit bill'

The EU's negotiator calls for more clarity from the UK on money and citizens' rights in Brexit talks.
2 Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study says

Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study says

They include hearing loss, smoking, and not finishing secondary education, a study says.
3 Violent crime up 18% in England and Wales

Violent crime up 18% in England and Wales

Increases in robbery and sex offences are pinpointed as reasons for fastest rise in crime rate for a decade.
4 Hot weather boosts UK retail sales

Hot weather boosts UK retail sales

Rising sales of household goods and clothes contributed to stronger-than-expected retail sales in June.
5 Benefit fraudster 'too weak to walk' climbed Kilimanjaro

Benefit fraudster 'too weak to walk' climbed Kilimanjaro

The ex-paratrooper said he could barely walk, but won a triathlon and skied in the Alps.
6 Surfer's close encounter with shark... again

Surfer's close encounter with shark... again

Mick Fanning was back at the beach where he was attacked by a shark in 2015.
7 BBC pay: Male presenters could face wage cut

BBC pay: Male presenters could face wage cut

One BBC executive says reducing the amount paid to male stars is "one of the levers we can pull".
8 Canada governor general touches Queen

Canada governor general touches Queen

David Johnston lightly touched the Queen on the elbow as she descended some steps at Canada House.
9 Did Baltimore police officer plant drugs?

Did Baltimore police officer plant drugs?

Body camera video shows a Baltimore policeman planting drugs at a crime scene in January, lawyers say. One officer has been suspended.
10 Australia human history 'rewritten by rock find'

Australia human history 'rewritten by rock find'

Research shows Aboriginal people entered Australia up to 18,000 years earlier than thought.
11 Rail electrification plans scrapped by Government

Rail electrification plans scrapped by Government

Wales, the Midlands and the North will no longer see their lines upgraded after a Government review.
12 Radiohead defy critics to play Israel

Radiohead defy critics to play Israel

"A lot was said about this, but in the end we played some music," Thom Yorke told fans in Tel Aviv.
13 Summer childcare costs reach record levels

Summer childcare costs reach record levels

The average cost of summer holiday childcare is at its highest yet and council-run childcare is scarcer.
14 Man with motor neurone disease climbs Snowdon in wheelchair

Man with motor neurone disease climbs Snowdon in wheelchair

Jason Liversidge, who has motor neurone disease, now plans to abseil off the Humber Bridge.
15 Lancashire flash floods hit homes and businesses

Lancashire flash floods hit homes and businesses

Some homes were left swamped in up to six inches of water following torrential downpours.
16 Why this 27-year-old shaved her hair live on Facebook

Why this 27-year-old shaved her hair live on Facebook

Laura Barratt is undergoing chemotherapy as she battles cancer for the second time.
17 Turning to strangers for public therapy

Turning to strangers for public therapy

A clinical psychologist is experimenting with 'problem solving booths', staffed by strangers.
18 Meet Rob Spence, the film-maker with the camera eye

Meet Rob Spence, the film-maker with the camera eye

Film-maker Rob Spence used his bionic eye to record a mini documentary about cyborgs.
19 The UK’s best new buildings up for an award

The UK’s best new buildings up for an award

Six buildings are on the shortlist for the 22nd annual Royal Institute of British Architects (Riba) Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building.
20 Euro 2017: What we learned from the England v Scotland game

Euro 2017: What we learned from the England v Scotland game

We hear what the fans have to say about their teams following their opening game at Euro 2017.
21 UK zoo's project to save the northern white rhino

UK zoo's project to save the northern white rhino

Our science correspondent sees how a zoo is working to save the northern white rhino from extinction.
22 Newspaper headlines: BBC becomes 'Bloated Blokes Club'

Newspaper headlines: BBC becomes 'Bloated Blokes Club'

The broadcaster comes in for a battering on the front pages as the pay of its top stars is revealed.
23 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
24 Bitcoin swings as civil war looms

Bitcoin swings as civil war looms

The Bitcoin community must agree how to tackle a slowdown in transaction times to avoid a schism.
25 Trump tracker: How much has the president achieved so far?

Trump tracker: How much has the president achieved so far?

Donald Trump says his administration has made "incredible progress". Do the facts back that up?
26 The city where Russia cannot hide its warships

The city where Russia cannot hide its warships

Russian warships sailing from the Black Sea to Syria pass through the centre of one of Europe's biggest cities - where amateur ship spotters watch their every move.
27 Do you have to avoid huggers at work?

Do you have to avoid huggers at work?

The number of workplace huggers is said to be on the rise, but it is still a social - and legal - minefield.
28 Should we talk about pay in the office?

Should we talk about pay in the office?

As the BBC reveals the pay of its top stars, we look at whether it's a good thing to know what your colleagues earn.
29 A glimpse inside the Goldman Sachs nursery

A glimpse inside the Goldman Sachs nursery

Goldman is the only City firm to have an onsite nursery - but is it only deep-pocketed banks which can afford one?
30 How Britain supported the early release of Rudolf Hess

How Britain supported the early release of Rudolf Hess

Newly released files reveal that the UK supported the release of the Nazi leader as early as 1956.
31 Digging up Dali: Why experts question artist paternity claim

Digging up Dali: Why experts question artist paternity claim

A 1.5-tonne slab will have to be moved to allow DNA testing to settle the contentious claim.
32 England v South Africa: Tom Westley to make debut in third Test

England v South Africa: Tom Westley to make debut in third Test

Essex batsman Tom Westley will make his England debut in the third Test against South Africa, while Dawid Malan is also called up.
33 Women's Euro 2017: England 6-0 Scotland - highlights

Women's Euro 2017: England 6-0 Scotland - highlights

Jodie Taylor scores a hat-trick as England thrash Scotland 6-0 in their opening Women's Euro 2017 game in Utrecht.
34 The Open 2017: Stuart Manley takes clubhouse lead with eagle-birdie finish

The Open 2017: Stuart Manley takes clubhouse lead with eagle-birdie finish

Welshman Stuart Manley takes the clubhouse lead at The Open on two under par with an eagle-birdie finish in his first ever major championship appearance.
35 La Course 2017: GB's Lizzie Deignan second as Annemiek van Vleuten wins first stage

La Course 2017: GB's Lizzie Deignan second as Annemiek van Vleuten wins first stage

Britain's Lizzie Deignan finishes second as Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten wins stage one of the two-day La Course by the Tour de France.
36 Alvaro Morata, Romelu Lukaku, Alexandre Lacazette: Who will bring most success?

Alvaro Morata, Romelu Lukaku, Alexandre Lacazette: Who will bring most success?

Chelsea are set to sign Alvaro Morata, Manchester United signed Romelu Lukaku and Arsenal have Alexandre Lacazette. Which is the best deal?