18 July 2014
We drive on the left, but which side do we walk on?
The parents of one of the MH17 crash victims say after meeting David Cameron they are "angry and frustrated" at not knowing what has happened to their son's body.
People who missed Commonwealth Games events due to transport problems in and around Glasgow at the weekend are told they can apply for refunds.
A series of changes to restrict benefits to some EU migrants is unveiled as David Cameron warns people who are in the UK illegally "we will find you, we will send you home".
Plans to charge drivers of diesel cars about £10 to drive into central London to tackle high levels of air pollution, are being considered.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad help England continue to dominate India on day three of the third Test at Southampton.
It's 250 years since the death of William Hogarth. His famous work Gin Lane still informs the way people think about the drink.
The many ways of honouring our champion horses
Young royals meet Usain Bolt on Glasgow Games visit
What does the latest disability minister face?
The prisoners who grew 33,000 lettuces
Former band mates of Ian Watkins talk of his child abuse conviction Newsbeat
Gabriel Prokofiev debuts WW1 concerto
Where are Glasgow 2014 athletes going to relax?
What you should do if you are in the water
'Unlawful bankers' and new diesel charges
The Great British Bake Off returns next week with a tricky challenge
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