The Liberal Democrats will replace Sir Vince Cable with a new leader on July 23.
An unexploded stash of 70 wartime grenades has been uncovered by power engineers carrying out routine maintenance.
Mark Travers has been forced to withdraw from the Republic of Ireland squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Denmark and Gibraltar after breaking his thumb in training.
The governor of Missouri has signed a bill that bans abortion from the eighth week of pregnancy – without exceptions for cases of rape or incest – making it among the most restrictive policy in the US.
A Muslim convert dubbed Jihadi Jack was a “personable” young man who used to sleep next to his football before he switched his obsession to religion, a court has heard.
Theresa May’s mention of her response to the Grenfell Tower fire in her resignation speech has been described as “disgraceful” by the Fire Brigades Union.
Frank Lampard will hold talks over his future with Derby owner Mel Morris after Monday’s Sky Bet Championship play-off final.
The UK will have a new prime minister by the end of July as a tearful Theresa May was finally forced to set out the timetable for her exit from Number 10.
Twenty-five people have been spoken to in an overnight road check as detectives continue to investigate the murder of a retired lecturer shot with a crossbow bolt.
Chemicals firm Johnson Matthey is expected to post higher profits next week, while the City looks for updates on new opportunities for the firm in the electric car sector.