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Ollie Watkins scores the only goal as Brentford beat leaders West Brom to hot up the Championship automatic promotion race.
A Met Office yellow weather warning for thunderstorms and heavy rain remains in place.
Man Utd's Guendouzi interest, Arsenal track Porto's Pereira, Maradona tries to lure Ronaldinho out of retirement, plus more.
The brother of George Floyd and the family's lawyer spoke to the BBC about the impact his death has had on the world.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan that he was "completely overwhelmed" when his side were confirmed as Premier League champions.
A video apparently showing a sex act in a UN-marked vehicle in Israel is under investigation.
The mother of two sisters murdered in a London park says the images "dehumanised" her children.
At 79, the rock legend is now the oldest artist to reach number one with an album of new material.
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.
Supermarkets impose one or two-pack limits on toilet roll as Covid-19 cases in Victoria spike.
Lord Deighton admits there were "big problems" up to a month ago getting protective kit to NHS staff.
The 2020 Super League season, suspended in March because of the coronavirus pandemic, will resume on 2 August.
Post-mortem tests reveal the three men were fatally wounded by a single blow in the knife attack.
Prof Neil Ferguson tells the BBC he expects to see a targeted approach to tackling local outbreaks.
The cavapoo went missing in a Wiltshire field with "hundreds and hundreds of rabbit holes" on 9 June.
The owner of some of the UK's biggest shopping centres had been battling issues for years.
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
As police warn about lockdown raves, we look at how raving began and why laws changed to stop them.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says "everything is possible" for his side if they stay "humble" after completing the club's first title win in 30 years.