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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.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
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.
Theresa May has become the new leader of the Conservative Party.
Tony Livesey with the latest from Wimbledon, plus the day's news with Anna Foster.
Jeremy Corbyn says he won't resign after losing a confidence vote in his leadership.
Anna Foster and Tony Livesey with reaction to the Brexit vote.
The UK votes in a historic EU referendum.
Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow leads tributes to Jo Cox.
Former BHS boss Philip Green apologises over the collapse of the company.
Russia could be expelled from Euro 2016 if its fans are involved in more violence.
Adrian Chiles is in Louisville as thousands pay their last respects to Muhammad Ali.
John Major and Tony Blair say that leaving the EU could threaten the future of the UK.
Former BHS owner is accused of being 'a liar'.
Former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro settles her dismissal claim against the club.
British police launch operation to stop known troublemakers travelling to Euro 2016.
A coroner has found that Cheryl James killed herself at Deepcut Barracks in 1995.
Thousands of jobs are at risk after administrators fail to find a buyer for BHS.
Inquests are to be reopened into the deaths caused by the Birmingham pub bombings of 1974.
A mother and her civil partner are convicted of murdering her son.
Two British men charged after migrant boat rescue in Kent.
Manchester United finally confirm Jose Mourinho as their new manager.
Police fire tear gas at protesters in Paris as industrial action escalates.
Arrests are made as people fall ill after taking legal highs in Greater Manchester.
Children's services in Birmingham are put into the hands of a voluntary trust.