Scotland's first minister criticises the UK government over a plan to relax quarantine restrictions for many overseas visitors.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says recreational cricket is not yet safe to play because of issues surrounding "communal teas and dressing rooms".
England all-rounder Sam Curran returns a negative test for coronavirus.
The Rugby Football Union has no plans to change the rules regarding foreign-based players even if Manu Tuilagi was to move abroad.
No 10 says it is a "sensible precaution" against midnight parties taking place across England.
The UK helps rescue company from bankruptcy as part of a plan to replace the EU's Galileo sat-nav system.
Cambridge University accepts David Starkey's resignation, saying: "We do not tolerate racism."
EFL chairman Rick Parry is secretly recorded by a Wigan fan discussing rumours related to the club's administration.
Lewis Hamilton is fastest in his Mercedes in the first practice session at the delayed start to the Formula 1 season in Austria.
Radio 1 Newsbeat hears from fans of the rapper as his posthumous album is released.
Police in Leicester will be monitoring for non-essential travel as pubs open outside the city.
As people in England get the green light to go abroad again, here's a look at what's in store for travellers.
NI's deputy first minister says she stuck to lockdown regulations at Bobby Storey's funeral on Tuesday.
All Britons accused of terror offences linked to a Kurdish militia in Syria have been cleared.
Zheng Yanxiong is best known for a crackdown on protesters over a land dispute in 2011.
A collection of photos by Shirley Baker shows elderly people from the mid-1960s to the mid-80s.
The US and Brazilian Grands Prix are unlikely to take place this year as a result of the coronavirus, according to Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.
The PM is accused of inventing an allegation that wildlife rules are holding back house-building.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp takes issue with questions from the media as he defends his side's approach to their 4-0 defeat by Manchester City.
The televised format is expected to be brought in by October, a Downing Street source says.