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Labour leadership hopeful Andy Burnham says calls from rival Yvette Cooper for him to quit the contest are "disappointing" and "quite strange".
The UK's inflation rate turned positive in July, with the Consumer Prices Index measure rising to 0.1% from June's 0%, the Office for National Statistics says.
The cortege route for Cilla Black's funeral is announced, with mourners asked to line a two-mile stretch of Woolton Road in Liverpool.
As pressure on the oil price continues, Wood Group chief executive Bob Keiller says investment must continue.
CCTV footage has emerged of a suspect Thai police are looking for in connection with Monday's bombing at a shrine in Bangkok.
Who carried out the Bangkok bomb attack near the Erawan shrine is still not clear, but the scale is too great for it to be motivated by domestic politics, writes Pavin Chachavalpongpun.
Australia batsman Chris Rogers confirms he will retire from Test cricket at the end of this Ashes series.
The latest star announced for "Strictly Come Dancing" says she can do "mum dancing" and explains why she has trouble telling her left from her right.
Police in Bangladesh arrest three people, including a UK national, over the murders of two prominent secularist bloggers earlier this year.
Oil services firm Wood Group says it has cut 5,000 jobs this year as the fall in the price of oil has hit profits.
The Chinese firm whose chemical warehouse exploded last week only obtained a proper licence in June, Xinhua reports as mourners honour the dead.
Nationwide estimates that tax changes announced in July's Budget could cost it £300m over five years and may hit lending.
Three British charity workers travelled to Calais to deliver supplies to migrants - the Victoria Derbyshire programme's Catrin Nye joined them.
The government confirms that age ratings of 12, 15 or 18 will be a permanent fixture on UK-produced online music videos.
Hundreds of refugees from the Middle East, Asia and Africa have crowded a platform of a local railway station in Macedonia to take them to Serbia.
Christian Benteke gives Liverpool an extra dimension but can the £32.5m striker inspire a return to the Champions League?
Emmerdale actress Kitty McGeever, who became the first blind actress to have a starring role in a British soap, has died at the age of 44, a show spokeswoman confirms.
Jeremy Corbyn says he could work with Andy Burnham should the latter be elected Labour leader, while Lord Kinnock warns against being a party of "perpetual demonstration".