Justice Secretary Michael Gove to stand for Conservative Party leadership and UK PM, BBC understands
The UK government is to defer a decision on airport expansion until the new Conservative Party leader is elected, the BBC understands.
A British man, who allegedly snatched a police officer's gun at a rally for Donald Trump, has been charged, but not with plotting to kill him.
One of Singapore's largest lenders suspends its loan programme for London properties, citing uncertainty caused by the UK voting to leave the EU.
A F-35B Lightning II stealth fighter of the Royal Air Force lands in the UK for the first time after crossing the Atlantic from the US.
A week on from the vote, how has ordinary life changed - or not changed?
Home Secretary Theresa May and former mayor of London Boris Johnson are set to enter the race to become the next Tory leader and prime minister.
Singer Bat For Lashes talks about her new album The Bride, a concept record about a woman abandoned at the altar.
Freedom of movement will be "on the table" when the UK negotiates its withdrawal from the EU, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin says.
The world's largest uncut diamond has failed to sell at an auction in London after bids fell short of the reserve price.
US President Barack Obama says that the British vote to leave the European Union raises "longer-term concerns about global growth".
Plans to convert more motorway hard shoulders into permanent driving lanes to ease congestion should be scrapped, a Commons committee says.
Most people think there is less social mobility than there was 10 years ago and the gap between classes is wide, a survey of the UK public mood finds.
After a gap of three decades, the cult TV series Robin of Sherwood has made a comeback, in the form of an audio play.
Theatre designer Jon Bausor explains how he made a splurge gun for a new production of Bugsy Malone.
Silly walks and queues are some of the reasons why Germans say they still love Britain after the Brexit vote.
Labour's "fight to the death" over its leader, Conservative candidates promising to unite Britain, and a call by fans for David Beckham to manage England, occupy the front pages.
A world-leading climate change target up to the early 2030s is set to be confirmed by the British government, cutting emissions by 57%.
Children receiving cardiac treatment at Bristol Children's Hospital were repeatedly given poor care and parents were let down, a review finds.
More than 1,000 jobs are at risk as the My Local convenience store chain sold by supermarket Morrisons last year calls in administrators.