There are bitter exchanges in the European parliament during a debate on the UK's vote to leave, with accusations of lies and use of "Nazi propaganda".
UK financial markets calm down after two days of turmoil in the wake of the Brexit vote, with the FTSE 100 gaining 2%.
Chancellor George Osborne says he will not seek to replace Prime Minister David Cameron when he stands down later this year.
Labour MPs are to vote on a motion of no confidence in the leader Jeremy Corbyn, as another party frontbencher quits his post.
Nicola Sturgeon is to ask the Scottish Parliament to formally back her efforts to protect Scotland's place in the EU.
A teenage girl feared former celebrity publicist Max Clifford was "going to kill her" when he forced her to perform a sex act on him, a court hears.
Ikea is to recall 27 million Malm chests of drawers in North America after the deaths of three children in the US.
The HS2 high-speed rail project has an "unrealistic timetable" and faces major cost pressures, says a report by the National Audit Office.
The Crown Estate delivers a record £304.1m to the Treasury after the value of its portfolio rises 9.7% to £12bn.
Nigel Farage has told a session of the European Parliament that "the little people" had rejected "big politics" in order "to get their country back".
Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Jermaine Jenas reflect on the 2-1 Euro 2016 defeat by Iceland, which Shearer says is "the worst performance I have seen from England".
Roy Hodgson has resigned as England manager after his side's 2-1 defeat by Iceland saw them knocked out of Euro 2016.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged his supporters to "stay together, strong and united" as he addressed a rally outside parliament on Monday.
Iceland have made it through to the quarter finals of Euro 2016 after beating England 2-1.
The Queen joked that she was "still alive" as she met Martin McGuinness during a two-day visit to Northern Ireland.
Andy Murray takes time out of his Wimbledon preparations to answer a series of quick-fire questions from BBC Breakfast's Mike Bushell.
A flavour of 36 hours of BBC News coverage of Labour resignations - in 60 seconds.
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Britain's vote to leave the EU has some American voters thinking twice about November's election
Eritrea has endured a turbulent 25-year history since independence, but there may be hope for the future, says Mary Harper.
BBC Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen reports from inside Falluja after IS militants were pushed out of the city.
A leadership gap has opened up at a dangerous time for the UK, says Nick Robinson.
Norway, Switzerland, Canada or Singapore? What approach should the UK take to trade deals with the EU and others, once it leaves the European bloc?
When will it happen? Will it break up the UK? We take a look at six key questions following the UK's shock exit from the EU
The UK has voted to leave the EU. Here is what is likely to happen next.
PJ Crowley considers the future of the "special relationship" between the US and the UK after the British vote to leave the EU.
The result of the EU referendum puts Britain on a precipice where it has never been before, writes historian Lord Peter Hennessy.
Now that the British public has voted for Brexit, what exactly will be the economic effects? Here are five areas where experts say we should pay close attention.
The Tory leadership race, Labour infighting and England's defeat to Iceland at Euro 2016 attract headlines.
A selection of winners in the International Earth & Sky Photo Contest, The World at Night’s (TWAN) annual photography competition.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "flowers".
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Pictures of violent protests near South Africa's capital, Pretoria, prompted by anger at the ANC's choice of a mayoral candidate.
Glastonbury festival-goers are not deterred by the mud and rain.
Harry Redknapp says the idea that Gareth Southgate is favourite to succeed Roy Hodgson as England manager is "scary".
Catch up with all the highlights from Euro 2016 as England suffer an embarrassing exit at the hands of Iceland.
Former captain Alan Shearer says England were "tactically inept" and "totally hopeless" in their shock 2-1 Euro 2016 defeat by Iceland.
Dr Michael Mosley investigates Britain's most secretive and controversial military research base, Porton Down, on its 100th anniversary.
Remembering a century of war films at the Imperial War Museum in London - from 1 July 2016 to 8 January 2017.
The media is full of Brexit-related stories. But what other news - serious and not-so-serious - might have fallen under the radar?
As businesses grapple with how to respond to Brexit, Germany's capital is keen to open new doors to Britain's tech-savvy talent pool.
With the pound falling to its lowest level in more than 30 years after Brexit, who are the groups directly affected?
Artist Anya Gallaccio's "first permanent public work" sees her create a "ghost tree" from stainless steel.
Belarusians strip off at work after their president calls on the nation to "undress and sweat" for the economy.
Paul Srivorakul started his business in the middle of a coup and it thrived, but what's the best way for firms to cope with uncertainty?
In our series of letters from African journalists, film-maker and columnist Farai Sevenzo looks at why some Africans living in the UK wanted to leave the European Union.
Reality Check looks at some of the claims and promises made during the campaign by Leave campaigners who now appear to have modified their positions.
A guide to the UK's decision to leave the European Union following an historic referendum.
"Do we have to leave home?" among children's questions as parents respond to Brexit vote.
The UK's vote to leave the EU has had an immediate effect on some elements of our finances - but not all. Here's what has changed.
Chancellor George Osborne says the UK does not have to start the formal process of leaving the EU until a time of its choosing. Is he right?
As European leaders meet this week to find a way forward from the UK’s decision to leave the EU, James Naughtie surveys the mood in France.
Chris Grayling says: "We need a free trade agreement with the European Union, which allows us to control the flow of people into and out of the country." Is that realistic?
Since the EU referendum results revealed the UK voted Leave, reports online have emerged of an anti-foreign sentiment.
What's it like to vote against the trend of your area?