Messages highlighting "unsafe" conditions have appeared in Manchester, Newcastle and London.
India versus New Zealand becomes the latest match in the Cricket World Cup to be affected by the weather.
The award-winning political podcast, which features Katya Adler and Laura Kuenssberg, hits BBC TV in September.
His coffin has the words "Liverpool legend" engraved on one side and "Return to sender" on the other.
Police defend a "ludicrous" decision to offer knives with blunt tips to domestic violence victims.
The 5th Fleet says it received distress calls, amid reports of explosions on two vessels.
The 2019-20 Premier League season will start with Liverpool hosting promoted Norwich on Friday, 9 August.
The presenter says she's willing to learn, but only had good intentions with her work in Africa.
Morrisons agrees to expand fast delivery service with Amazon to five extra cities.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "sailing by".
Nearly three-quarters of services are failing the 62-day target. But which service has the worst record?
Defending champion Brooks Koepka is grouped with Open champion Francesco Molinari and amateur Viktor Hovland for the first two rounds of the US Open.
Your morning briefing for Thursday 13 June 2019.
The Chinese ambassador to the UK said banning Huawei could damage the countries' business relations.
The US president dismissed concerns that it would amount to electoral interference.
Hayley had a double mastectomy to reduce her risk of hereditary breast cancer.
The 10 contenders to succeed Theresa May will need 17 votes to stay in the race in the opening round.
Six victims of coach Bob Higgins could not have their cases tried because of double jeopardy laws.