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He beat Jeremy Hunt in a ballot of party members and will enter Downing Street on Wednesday.

Seoul says it scrambled jets and fired hundreds of rounds after a military plane twice violated its airspace.

With temperatures set to soar in the coming days, how can the UK keep cool and carry on?

The university, which alerted police, was subject to a "sophisticated and malicious" phishing attack.

Campaigners say investigations have stopped after complainants refused to hand over their devices.

Australian police recovered 273kg of methamphetamine after they tracked down the vehicle.

Home Office revokes the farm's licence to grow hemp, although it is appealing against the decision.

Gerald Corrigan died three weeks after being shot outside his Anglesey home.

When Iran seized a UK-flagged tanker last week, it might have felt like a surprise move. But it wasn't.

The Fund says growth "remains subdued", and trade and technology tensions need to be reduced.

Two officers are fired over a Facebook post suggesting the liberal congresswoman needed "a round".

An Ohio courtroom descended into chaos as a former judge was sentenced to six months in jail.

An academic describes the advert for an air conditioning firm as "like something out of the 1950s".

The men bit into raw animals at a vegan food market wearing T-shirts saying "Veganism = Malnutrition".

Theresa May is on her way out as the UK's leader but what does it mean for the country?

Boris Johnson sets out his stall after he beats Jeremy Hunt in the Conservative Party leadership contest.

The keys to No 10 will be handed over to Boris Johnson on Wednesday.

Reality Check looks at the Brexit plan of the new prime minister.

BBC News NI's Jayne McCormack assesses what Number 10's new occupant will mean for NI.

With the UK about to get a new prime minister, the prospect of an early election is not far-fetched.

Some MPs say they are prepared to trigger an election. How soon could it theoretically happen?

Nasa has outlined more details of its plans for a landing craft that will take humans to the Moon's surface in the 2020s.

Charlotte Loubser is one of an increasing number of people making claims against their former employers.

The Belfast man hit by Lowry's wayward shot said it was "like a brick hitting me on the back of the head".

One family's treasured photographs that were hidden from the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia.

Some newlyweds in India are shunning traditional photos in favour of exotic photoshoots they hope will go viral online.

Abdi Jama was paralysed after a fall. Now he's an international wheelchair basketball player for Great Britain.

Could we be closing the generation gap over a drink in your local?

Residents of the UK's most Brexit-supporting town share their thoughts on Scottish independence with The Nine.

Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.

Why do different rules apply in Northern Ireland when it comes to abortion and same-sex marriage?

Why did Carl Beech make false allegations of murder and sexual abuse against public figures?

You study for a Master's free of charge and work in a prison on £30,000 per year. How hard is it?

Some think humanoid robots will be easier to interact with, but others think we'll find them creepy.

Yousef used to spend hours hanging around the High Street with mates, until an injury changed his life.

The white and black polka dot dress has become so popular people are starting to disguise it.

Most of us have experienced meeting-induced drowsiness - here are six tips to beating it.

The MP has become the first female leader in the Liberal Democrats' 31-year history.

The former FBI director faces questions from Congress about his report on the Trump campaign and Russia.

The masked men attacked protesters with wooden sticks and metal rods - but were they triad members?

England fast bowler James Anderson is ruled out of his side's Ashes warm-up game against Ireland at Lord's on Wednesday but Jason Roy and Olly Stone will make their Test debuts.

Britain's Duncan Scott wins bronze in the 200m freestyle at the World Championships and refuses to share the podium with China's gold medallist Sun Yang.

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc has faced personal tragedy on his way to F1. Is he a future world champion? He speaks to BBC Sport's Andrew Benson.

Goals from Tammy Abraham and Ross Barkley give Chelsea an impressive 2-1 win against Barcelona in a pre-season friendly in Japan.

A Seattle Mariners fan takes a great barehanded catch while his son is sat on his lap during their Mariner's Major League Baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels.

Britain's Adam Peaty wins gold in the 100m breaststroke final in 57.14 seconds with compatriot James Wilby taking silver.

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