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Reaction to the Baton Rouge shootings and reports from Nice as more arrests are made.
Eyewitness reports and analysis one day after the failed attempted coup in Turkey.
Full coverage of the attempted military coup in Turkey.
Wins for Andy Murray at Wimbledon and Portugal at Euro 2016.
George Galloway reacts to John Prescott's declaration that the Iraq war was illegal.
The day's main news stories, topical debate and interviews.
Reaction after Tony Blair says the UK should 'keep its options open' about leaving the EU.
With tributes to Caroline Aherne, and more on the Labour and Conservative leadership races
Reaction after Wales reach the semi-finals of a major tournament for the first time.
Stephen talks to a Northern Ireland resident applying for an Irish passport.
Reaction and analysis to the vote for Britain to leave the European Union.
Stephen Nolan and Chris Mason with early reaction following the close of the polls.
Jo Cox's sister Kim Leadbeater pays a moving tribute to the late Labour MP.
David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn travel to Birstall where they pay tribute to Jo Cox.
Reaction to the death of MP Jo Cox after she was attacked in her constituency.
Reaction from Orlando following the mass shooting in a nightclub which killed 50 people.
England football fans share their experiences after violence in Marseille stadium.
Stephen Nolan with the day's main news stories.
Scientists attempt to grow human organs inside pigs to reduce transplant waiting lists.
Including the second inquest into the death of Private Cheryl James.
Top Gear returns to BBC Two with new hosts.
A Conservative MP warns that David Cameron could be ousted because of 'Project Fear'.
A medical expert says there is a 100% chance of the Rio Olympics spreading the Zika virus.
Female MPs tell Stephen how they frequently receive threats of sexual violence.
The story breaks that Jose Mourinho will replace Louis van Gaal at Manchester United.
English health trusts are £2.5 billion in the red. How should we fix the NHS?
The Old Trafford alert was caused by a dummy device left behind after a training exercise.
Australia is pipped to the post in the Eurovision Song Contest by Ukraine.
Have your say on the stories making the headlines with Stephen Nolan.
Wolf Hall director says culture secretary John Whittingdale should 'consider his position'