Hospitals hope less urgent patients once again stay away as junior doctors in England prepare for a second all-out strike later in protest over a new contract.
A man is convicted of carrying out a string of sex attacks on women in south London.
World number five Rafael Nadal invites the International Tennis Federation to publish all of his drug test results.
Hospitals in England have coped well with the all-out strike by junior doctors - the first in the history of the NHS - health bosses are reporting.
Spurs' Dele Alli is charged with violent conduct by the Football Association after appearing to punch West Brom's Claudio Yacob.
A prayer for the EU referendum campaign, calling for "honesty and openness", is published by the Church of England.
The role of former Ch Supt David Duckenfield in the 1989 disaster
Former BHS owner Sir Philip Green is expected to be called to appear before MPs to face questions over the retailer's collapse into administration.
A couple's turbulent relationship is revealed in letters found at the family home where their six-year-old died from head injury.
A 14-year-old girl is charged with attempted murder after a teenager is attacked at a school in Hampshire.
A purple and gold electric guitar believed to be the last Prince performed with before he died was built in a small one-man workshop in East Sussex.
A lamb born without its own wool coat is being kept warm in a borrowed fluffy fleece.
Sir Philip Green's journey from petrol station to retail empire
The men's and women's singles champions at Wimbledon will get £2m each this year, with total prize money up to £28.1m.
Labour MP Naz Shah steps down as an aide to the shadow chancellor over a Facebook post suggesting Israel should be moved to the United States.
David Cameron visits managers, workers and unions at Tata in Port Talbot to discuss the steel crisis.
Ninety-six football fans who died as a result of a crush in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed, the inquests conclude.
The statistics watchdog vows to resist political pressure in the run-up to June's EU referendum as he is questioned about claims by the Remain and Leave sides.
Jess Varnish says she spoke out against British Cycling chief Shane Sutton in the hope of changing attitudes at the organisation.
How a crush at a FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest developed, leading to the deaths of 96 football fans.