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Britain is set to obtain more of its power from zero-carbon sources than from fossil fuels.
Tory Antoinette Sandbach says WhatsApp texts also told her to quit the party for backing Rory Stewart.
Young people are getting "warped" views from social media, says the education secretary.
More than 50 vessels were deliberately scuttled to stop the ships becoming the spoils of war.
The Scotch Whisky Association says visitor numbers passed two million for the first time in the last year.
Waste tanks are to be fitted to high-speed ScotRail trains to stop sewage being dropped on to the railway line.
How one amputee is helping scientists improve the lives of other people who rely on prosthetic limbs.
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Chris Davies, who was convicted for a false expenses claim, finds out later if he has been unseated.
Wales needs to set aside nearly £1bn a year to tackle climate change, a top adviser warns.
The Conservative leadership contest again leads many papers, amid claims that "dirty tricks" were used.
Climate change protesters disrupt Chancellor Philip Hammond's Mansion House speech.
BBC News NI assesses what effects the two candidates vying to become PM could have on Northern Ireland.
Jeremy Hunt promises his rival Boris Johnson the "fight of his life" as the pair compete to become the next Conservative leader and PM.
Bank of England gives Facebook currency cautious welcome as it looks to the future of money.
The chancellor was addressing a City of London event at the Mansion House for the financial services industry.
Jeremy Hunt says he is confident of winning the Tory Party leadership and succeeding as PM.
Yousef Makki, 17, was killed by a friend after the failed attempt to steal cannabis, jurors hear.
Eggs & Bread asks its customers to pay what they like - one of a number of not-for-profit food projects open around the UK.
Michael Gove is narrowly voted out of the Conservative leadership race, with Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt facing members who will pick a new leader.