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Government whip Chris Pincher's resignation and a possible tax cut make Friday's front pages.
Since the pandemic more people are choosing to die at home, including campaigner Dame Deborah James.
Conservationists urge action to reverse a "catastrophic" decline in the nation's natural habitats.
Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith holds on to claim a morale-boosting 200m win in the Diamond League on Thursday.
The frequency of advertising breaks will be reviewed by Ofcom, which says it will consult viewers.
The BBC's Frank Gardner speaks to Nato leaders during the first summit since Russia invaded Ukraine.
A small but significant victory for Ukraine and Putin criticises G7 leaders' physiques - today's round-up.
England put four past Switzerland in Zurich in their final European Championship warm-up.
Watch as Kirsten Flipkens produces the best shot of day four at Wimbledon with Nick Kyrgios and Liam Broady also impressing.
The monarch was joined by the Prince of Wales for a parade in the gardens of the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
An oppressive heatwave has broken temperature records from the Arctic Circle to North Africa.
BBC Sport analyses the 21 stages of the Tour de France, with pointers to where the race could be won and lost.
Lewis Hamilton has called for "older voices" with offensive views to be refused a platform on which to make offensive comments.
Three-year-old Harrison's father had struggled during the first Covid lockdown, the coroner heard.
The landmark ruling curbs federal power to limit greenhouse gas emissions in a setback for President Biden.
British wildcard Katie Boulter enthrals Wimbledon's Centre Court with a stunning fightback to beat 2021 runner-up Karolina Pliskova.
Watch the moment Britain's Katie Boulter creates a huge upset at Wimbledon by beating last year's finalist Karolina Pliskova at Wimbledon.
England will try to "operate in the same way" in the delayed fifth Test against India despite trailing in the rearranged series, says Ben Stokes.
A judge says the attack on the "defenceless" Logan Mwangi was "nothing short of horrifying".
Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler is named England's new white-ball captain following the retirement of Eoin Morgan.