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Labour MP Keith Vaz quits as chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee.
Theresa May rejects a points-based system for controlling EU migration.
A serving member of the armed forces has been charged with terror offences.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
Two people have died after a car hit pedestrians as it was being pursued by police.
Britain and France have pledged to work together to tackle the migrant crisis.
The home secretary will travel to Paris to discuss the Calais migrant crisis.
Three British people killed in the earthquake in Italy are named.
The death toll from the earthquake in central Italy rises to at least 250.
Efforts are continuing in Italy to try to reach those feared trapped after an earthquake.
Team GB are back on home soil after finishing second in the medal table at the Olympics.
Downing Street says there's no limit to the number of honours for Olympic athletes.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Adam Parsons.
Preparations are under way for the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Interest rates are set at a record low of 0.25%.
Andy Murray is chosen to carry the flag for Team GB at the Rio 2016 opening ceremony.
The High Court rules 'game-changer' HIV drug could be provided to gay men on the NHS.
There is concern over China-UK relations following the delay to the Hinkley nuclear deal.
The Cancer Drugs Fund is relaunched in England, giving patients access to four new drugs.
Hinkley Point set to get final investment approval from France's EDF.
Pope Francis says recent terror attacks in Europe prove 'the world is at war'.
An 84-year-old priest is killed at the altar during a terror attack in northern France.
A joint Commons committee report blames Philip Green for the collapse of BHS.
Police hunt for two men who tried to abduct a serviceman near RAF Marham in Norfolk.
Footballers and managers are warned they face red cards if they abuse match officials.
Russia is accused of widespread doping at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014.
The UK has a new prime minister after Theresa May replaces David Cameron in Number 10.
Labour's NEC meets to decide if Jeremy Corbyn can automatically defend his leadership.