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A report by an influential committee of MPs accuses Sports Direct of failing to treat its workers like human beings.
The use of internet banking on a computer has fallen for the first time, as users switch to mobile apps, according to the banking industry.
"Was this another Lee Rigby attack?" asks the Daily Mail, as several papers focus on the attempted kidnap of an RAF serviceman.
Jose Mourinho gives his strongest hint that Manchester United want to re-sign Paul Pogba from Juventus.
Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso says the sport is too controlled and restrictive.
Embattled CEO of Fox News Roger Ailes resigns after a number of female employees accused him of sexual harassment.
Hibs' return to European competition ends in heartache as they go out of the Europa League 5-3 on penalties to Brondby after a 1-0 win.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says rival Owen Smith is offering him "a job that doesn't exist" and he would not want to be party president, should he lose the leadership.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed an offer from Owen Smith of becoming party president in the event his rival wins the Labour leadership.
French President Francois Hollande has said that Brexit should happen "the sooner, the better".
Turkey's President Erdogan has accused the Gulen movement of being behind the failed coup - but what is the movement and what does it want?
Mastercard offers up to £869m to buy Vocalink, the company that pays wages and operates the UK's ATMs.
A black therapist looking after an autistic patient was shot and wounded by a police officer in Miami, whilst lying on the ground with his hands raised.
Almost a week after Turkey's thwarted coup, Turks resume their lives under a newly-imposed state of emergency.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Francois Hollande hold a news briefing at the presidential palace in Paris.
A therapist has described being shot by Florida police while lying on the ground with his hands in the air.
Britain's Chris Froome edges closer to winning a third Tour de France title in four years with victory in stage 18's time trial.
The number of police officers in England and Wales has fallen by nearly 20,000 since its peak in 2009, Home Office figures show.
The Nice truck attacker "had logistical support" from five accomplices and prepared his Bastille Day assault for months, a French prosecutor says.
Diplomatic staff with immunity, working in embassies in the UK, have been accused of child sex offences and human trafficking, the Foreign Office says.