Boris Johnson is “yesterday’s news”, his Tory leadership rival Sajid Javid said, as he positioned himself as a “new kind of leader” with a credible plan to deliver Brexit.
David Warner smashed his first international century since returning from a ball-tampering ban to lay the foundations for Australia’s 41-run World Cup win over Pakistan at Taunton.
A university is to expand its provision of free sanitary products to its online learners as far afield as Tanzania and New Zealand to help tackle period poverty.
Two 19-year-old British men killed in a car accident while travelling in Bolivia have been named as Freddie McLennan and Joe Atkins.
A couple accused of killing a “vulnerable” woman “literally got away with murder for 16 years”, a court has been told.
Scotland’s next census will include new questions on sexuality and transgender status, after MSPs backed new legislation.
An independent review into health and safety concerns at a school where four current and former teachers were diagnosed with cancer has been announced by the Scottish Government.
Captain Hannah Graf, who rose to be the highest-ranking transgender woman in the British Army, has been awarded an MBE.
Rioting in Hong Kong, leadership bids in the UK and the ongoing China-US trade dispute threats left markets quiet and subdued on Wednesday.
Trevor Bayliss believes England and the West Indies are evenly matched for six hitters and fast bowlers but hopes their World Cup clash ends with a home celebration rather than a Sheldon Cottrell salute.