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The UK may pay to get the "best possible" single market access, Brexit Secretary David Davis says.
An 89-year-old who put an ad in a paper saying he wanted a job because he was dying of boredom is offered work at a restaurant.
A 15-year-old boy is charged with manslaughter over the death of a Polish man who was attacked in Essex.
Baroka FC goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke scores a 96th minute bicycle-kick equaliser against Orlando Pirates to earn his side a draw in the South African Premiership.
Rouken Glen Park in East Renfrewshire is named the UK's Best Park of 2016.
A Sitka Spruce tree from a Northumberland forest is put up in front of the Houses of Parliament.
UK migration figures were released on Thursday morning. Have they reached record levels?
If you like chocolate, Brexit and future trade negotiations should matter to you, writes BBC World News Komla Dumor Award winner Didi Akinyelure.
Net migration to the UK was 335,000 in the year to June, the second highest on record, ONS says.
Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn is set to be anointed the new Thai king.
A photographer launches a search for a mystery couple after finding their 1970s wedding photos in an old camera.
Sir Bradley Wiggins is named in British Cycling's 2016-17 podium programme, having been expected to retire.
Kitkat-maker Nestle says it has discovered a way to make chocolate with much less sugar.
Nathan Hughes and Marland Yarde will start for England against Australia on Saturday, in two forced changes to Eddie Jones' side.
A former Newcastle United footballer has become the latest to say he was abused by coach George Ormond.
SNP MP Mhairi Black criticises the decision to pay for the refurbishment of Buckingham Palace when the state pension age has been raised for some women.
Telecoms regulator Ofcom is to examine landline rental costs amid concerns people are not getting value for money.
A couple who were evacuated from their home during the Tennessee wildfires have returned to see what remains of their property.
In 1988 around 140 countries took part in the first World Aids Day to raise awareness of the epidemic
Local authorities should redesign speed bumps in a bid to reduce air pollution, health experts say.