Monday's newspapers report on the PM's hybrid customs plan causing anger and Britons enjoying the heat.
Life expectancy in Fleetwood, Lancashire, is among the worst in the UK, with diseases linked to diet and drugs claiming lives.
A wheelchair user angered by the tweet: 'Nothing sadder than a hot person in a wheelchair', started her own photo-led fight back.
A former employee of the state of Texas describes the profound effect the executions had on her.
At just 13, Nigerian tennis player Marylove Edwards is being tipped for future international success.
The most popular and unpopular stations in Britain are revealed in a transport watchdog's survey.
The higher cost of vanilla is proving chilling for an industry that relies on the exotic spice.
A recent photo exhibition documents the prejudice that remains a reality for millions of Dalits.
After years of study, it turns out a secret burial chamber of Queen Nefertiti does not exist.
Liverpool losing to Chelsea is not a problem, says MOTD2 pundit Jermaine Jenas - but the Reds performance must be a concern.
Gareth Bale hits a sublime equaliser for Real Madrid against 10-man Barcelona, who are three games away from going the entire La Liga season unbeaten.
Britain's Johanna Konta beats 16th seed Magdalena Rybarikova 6-3 7-5 in the opening round of the Madrid Open.
Premier League managers send messages of support to Sir Alex Ferguson, who remains in intensive care following surgery for a brain haemorrhage.
Arsene Wenger says his farewell to Emirates Stadium with a thrashing of Burnley to leave in the same way it all began for him as Arsenal manager 7,876 days ago - with victory.
Manager Antonio Conte says Chelsea are "putting pressure" on their rivals as they beat Liverpool in the Premier League.
Phillip Sullivan was left shaken after leaping out of the path of the support vehicle.
Suranne Jones says she is "so gutted and so sorry" after missing Frozen's final four shows.
The playful mammal seemed to take a shine to Colin Peters.
France's economy minister says the national carrier could 'disappear', as staff begin another strike.
As Japanese bus drivers refuse to take fares, here are some of the world's most unusual strikes.