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Reducing consumption by one to two cups every day would help the economy, a senior minister says.
Hungary stun England at Molineux to record their second win over Gareth Southgate's side in 10 days in the Nations League.
The Netherlands finish their international window with a dramatic, late 3-2 win over Wales in Rotterdam.
Scotland head coach Steve Clarke admitted two wins against Armenia does not make up for bruising defeats by Ukraine and Ireland. So how are his side placed after this international window?
Liverpool complete the signing of Uruguay striker Darwin Nunez from Portuguese side Benfica on a six-year-deal for an initial £64m.
Several UK journalists, including some from the BBC, have been barred from entering Russia.
Jonny Bairstow's astonishing century leads England to a stunning win in the second Test against New Zealand to seal a series victory.
Ryanair stirred emotions over South African passport holders pass a test in the language.
Is there a majority in favour of changes to Northern Ireland's Brexit deal?
Watch the best moments as Jonny Bairstow completes England's second-fastest Test century to lead the hosts to victory over New Zealand in the second Test against New Zealand.
The UN says more than 13 million people have fled their homes since the Russian invasion.
Hot air is set to move in from south-west Europe, as forecasters warn sunbathers to "avoid overdoing it".
A number of events are taking place across London to mark five years since the disaster.
Up to eight people are due to be on Tuesday's flight but more appeals are being heard.
Serena Williams will make her return to Grand Slam tennis at Wimbledon after being given a singles wildcard.
Staff shortages which disrupted flights recently are unlikely to be fixed soon, firms and unions say.
The streaming and TV rights for the Indian Premier League, the world's richest cricket competition, are sold for a record $6.02bn (£5.13bn).
Scotland's first minister says her government has an "indisputable mandate" for another referendum.
A huge blow for England as Joe Root's innings comes to an abrupt end when he is caught and bowled by Trent Boult on the final day of the second Test at Trent Bridge.
Nicola Sturgeon wants to hold a second referendum next year, so is another vote now inevitable?