Thunder and heavy rain will strike parts of the UK over the weekend, in stark contrast to this week’s warm sunshine.
A prolific thief dubbed the “Wimbledon prowler” has admitted an attempted raid on the home of tennis star Boris Becker.
Author Sir Philip Pullman has suggested his knighthood is recognition not just of his own work but of the importance of literature to the nation.
Ed Woodward reflected on a “turbulent season” for Manchester United, but the executive vice-chairman gave his unequivocal backing to manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Nathan Redmond has won his first England call-up in two years.
Sinn Fein’s leader says the Prime Minister has given no guarantees that she would be willing to legislate for Northern Ireland on rights issues.
Fashion brand Oh Polly received a huge backlash after it launched a separate Instagram account to promote its plus-size clothing.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke will have to sit in the stand during his team’s crunch game against Rangers after he was handed an immediate two-match touchline ban.
Marcelo Bielsa is ready to consider an offer to extend his stay at Leeds, but gave no guarantees over his future after his side’s play-off heartbreak.
Theresa May announcing a date for stepping down would not make the “slightest difference” to Brexit negotiations, the international development secretary has said.