The Brexit campaign group is referred to the police by the Electoral Commission and fined £61,000.
The ban will affect people in north-west England but other firms say they have no plans to follow suit.
Concessions to Tory MPs to avoid a Commons defeat won't derail Theresa May's plan, Liam Fox insists.
The US president defended Russia over claims it interfered in the 2016 US election.
Some toys have high levels of boron, which can cause vomiting and impair fertility, a consumer group warns.
Children like Jumana have been left behind after the Islamic State group was pushed out of Sirte, Libya.
Wage growth slipped to 2.7% from 2.8% in the three months to May, while unemployment fell by 12,000.
A passenger broke a leg while others suffered burns after an explosion from the Kilauea volcano.
The case is thought to be the first to test LGBT+ rights and discrimination in the gig economy.
Four anti-Putin activists ran onto the pitch in the World Cup final between France and Croatia.
The streaming service's shares dive 14% after it misses its projections for subscriber growth.
Teenagers in England are taught not to get caught up in knife crime in the summer holidays.
The UK's biggest teaching union says disqualified teachers may still be able to work as tutors.
The city of Klagenfurt hosted competitors from more than 50 nations in a celebration of bodypainting.
Imprints of old and ancient settlements not seen in known memory are emerging from the soil as the heat takes its toll on greenery.
Charred crumbs found in a middle-eastern desert show that bread-making dates back 14,000 years.
Two burial chambers, six kerbstones and two suspected satellite tombs are found in County Meath.
Three women describe living with the intense pain and heavy periods caused by adenomyosis.
The future of the PM's Brexit deal and the US and Russian presidents' meeting lead many of the papers.
More valuable than gold, Yarsagumba fungus is only found in the Himalayas above 3,000 metres.
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We go behind the scenes of Now 100 to find out why Dua Lipa made the tracklisting but Drake didn't...
The BBC has copies of texts and voicemails revealing Qatar’s tortuous negotiations to free kidnapped royals.
How facial recognition is being used to identify suspects in crowds and spot suspicious behaviour.
Justine Greening calls for a second EU referendum, but what are the practical considerations?
Cristiano Ronaldo says he is "grateful for the opportunity" given to him by Juventus, as players of his age "usually go to Qatar or China".
World Cup winners France are welcomed home by hundreds of thousands of supporters as they parade down the Champs Elysees in Paris.
Relive the most watched moments from the 2018 World Cup in Russia, including amazing celebrations, player theatrics and goalkeeping howlers.
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Deontay Wilder must decide if he wants a unification bout against Anthony Joshua in April, says Barry Hearn.
Andy Murray is now the British number 23 after falling to 839 in the world in the latest tennis world rankings.
British 200m champion Beth Dobbin tells BBC Sport about seizures, PTSD and realising her Olympic dreams.
It's a remarkable story of friendship and human endurance - and it all began with a birthday party.
What compels a mother of four to spend her spare time posing online as a teenage girl?
When Will was knocked over on Westminster Bridge, a stranger knelt down and took his hand. Later he wanted to thank her, but he could only remember her face.
In 1969 a mechanic stole a plane from East Anglia and set off to kiss his wife in the US - then disappeared. Was he shot down?
The e-commerce giant is experiencing outages in the US and elsewhere as its summer sale gets underway.
The Spanish football giant also says it is on track to achieve revenues of €1bn by 2021.
But a report warns there will be "winners and losers" with many roles set to change.
Despite costing $112m to produce, fantasy epic Asura was withdrawn from cinemas after just one weekend.
Google's centralised job hunt services signs up most individual sites with one major exception.
The agreement is a challenge to the increasing protectionism employed by US President Donald Trump.
A US firm will not pay for staff meals containing meat, but the TUC says meat eaters shouldn't be penalised.
The US travel ban will not stop Middle Eastern tourists flying to the US, says Akbar Al Baker.
One man said he was told there would be "trouble" if he cancelled his contract with Safestyle UK.
Theresa May is accused of "capitulating" to Brexiteers - but she says the policy has not changed.
The group says trade disputes are the 'greatest near-term threat' to the world economy.
The UK plans to invest £2bn in the new jet, which can be used with either pilots or as a drone.
Cafédirect boss John Steel says his firm is not "here to be do-gooders, we're here to do things".
A self-driving car has become the first to make it round the Goodwood race circuit.
The BBC spoke to female business owners about Kylie Jenner and their personal tips for success.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how toilet paper became a million dollar idea.
Lloyd's of London chief says the government's Brexit White Paper fails the financial services sector.
Firms in Hong Kong are using virtual and augmented reality technology to shape client experience.
Three ways that the aviation industry is working towards quieter skies.
But some are debating whether the cosmetics entrepreneur is truly "self-made", as Forbes says.
Two Chinese companies are implicated in the scandal around the Malaysian investment fund, 1MDB.
Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi had never met before they teamed up to launch cloud storage giant Dropbox.
More money is now available for people who want to develop affordable housing in their local area.
With ever-more money being spent on fitness, BBC News asks who spends most and what is it spent on?
How firms are using cutting-edge techniques to stop cyber criminals breaching their networks.
Kylie Jenner is not old enough to drink alcohol in the US yet, but is worth almost $1bn.
After the US imposes tariffs on $34bn of goods from China, the BBC looks at President Trump's move.
President Trump vows to move quickly on a UK trade deal after Brexit - but the reality is more complex.
The UK government is due to set out its plans for the country's post-Brexit relationship with the EU. What do we know so far?
The popularity of K-pop is driving a global boom in learning the Korean language.
Virtual reality, drones and automation are making mining safer and more productive.
Linda Jackson is the first female and first British CEO of French carmaker Citroën.
Simplyhealth chief executive Romana Adbin didn't let the lasting impact of polio hold her back.
David Coulthard swapped the high-powered world of Formula 1 for a new career path in the media and business.
Sony Music boss Rob Stringer: "As a record company boss you've got to be good at keeping secrets."
Discarded phones and televisions are a rich source of metals, and e-waste miners see money-making potential.
So how do certain characters and stories hook kids? And how do firms go about making a monster hit?
As the World Cup comes down to the crunch, is it possible to watch games without annoying the boss?
Doctors in Australia want the school curriculum to get young people talking about the ethical issues around death and dying.
Digital technology can transform the lives of farmers as they discover how apps and blockchain offer new ways of doing business.
Halo Top has only been going six years but is already the best-selling ice cream brand in the US.
Discount retailer Poundworld is teetering on the brink. For staff and customers, it's more than just a brand that could be lost.
The Chinese government has recently been calling a number of businesses to task for calling Taiwan a country, as the BBC's Cindy Sui reports.
How instant feedback software and AI bots could make meetings more interesting and productive.
Chief executives and business experts explain the classic traps for business leaders.
Universities are turning to technology to try to make sure they don't mispronounce names at graduations.
Home energy storage could lead to lower bills...eventually.
Gambling is a multi-million dollar business in Kenya, but there are more losers than winners, writes Anthony Wanjiru.
Stewart Butterfield's life as a Silicon Valley heavyweight is a world removed from his upbringing on a commune in remove Canada.
Debate is raging over whether smart speakers are suitable for children.
The company behind a Kodak-branded crypto-currency scheme confirms the plan has collapsed.
The ride hailing firm is being investigated over a complaint about gender inequality, the BBC understands.
The engine maker is working on a flying vehicle which it says could take off by the early 2020s.
A typo in the code of a poorly reviewed game from 2013 is being blamed for one of its biggest problems.
Shoppers are warned to check prices and be wary of high-pressure sales techniques.
The entrepreneur called the diver a "pedo" after he ridiculed his effort to help missing Thai boys.
It says fake news is not against its "community standards".
Professor Joseph De Lappe has created a modified GTA stream where every dead body represents a real death in 2018.
The prime minister promises extra investment for industry weeks after Airbus threatened to leave UK.
The dozen allegedly used spear phishing emails and malware and hacked voter data on a state website.
Some users, such as Katy Perry and Barak Obama, lost more than two million followers.
Tank tactics and drone details were up for sale by hackers who got them from military networks.
Google's YouTube TV goes down at a crucial moment in England's World Cup semi-final.
Auspex will be an ethical consultancy, its founder say, using similar data analysis techniques.
The outdated technology was last widely used in the 1990s.
The UK Space Agency backs Scotland's north coast as the place to launch satellites to orbit.
How Fay Nugent beat her phobia by riding Wilber the Whale through a 10-storey tower block.
The artists who help create the look of the all-conquering blockbusters reveal their secrets.
As many as 40 tonnes of heroin could be passing through Mozambique every year, in a trade that is boosted by the use of mobile phone apps.
Click goes to Wimbledon to see how artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in tennis.
England footballer Lucy Staniforth tries out a new virtual reality training system for soccer.
A virtual reality kit is helping visually impaired people "see" art through haptic gloves.
A company in California has developed a gravity train to store and transport surplus electricity.
Smartibot is an artificial intelligence robot you can control from your smartphone.
The Travel Show's Lucy Hedges looks at the latest in smart luggage.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
Ghanaian brothers James and Kwesi Ansah use the root vegetables to power radios and mobile phones.
UK company Babylon Health is testing an artificially intelligent medical chatbot in Rwanda.
Relive all the best moments from the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Hockenheim opens its gates to F1 after a short break from the calendar. Can title leader Sebastian Vettel give German fans a home victory to savour?
Watch the weird and wonderful moments from this year's Wimbledon, featuring a Johnny Deep lookalike, celebrities galore and a masterclass from Novak Djokovic.
Striker Alexis Sanchez misses the start of Manchester United's tour of the United States as he has been unable to get a visa.
Britain's Lizzie Deignan will join the new Trek Factory Racing team when she returns to racing next season.
The top tier Central Coast Mariners have been pursuing the champion sprinter for months now.
Defending champion Jordan Spieth is looking forward to using his "imagination" at The Open this week, after struggling for form.
England opener Alastair Cook makes an unbeaten century for the Lions as he prepares for next month's Test series against India.
US Senior Women's Open champion Laura Davies is named in the Great Britain team for the first European Golf Team Championships.
A total of 44.5 million people tuned in to watch the BBC's television coverage of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Jason Roy is a doubt for England's deciding one-day international with India on Tuesday because of a finger injury.
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Cristiano Ronaldo says he is excited and motivated to play for Juventus, who he has joined for £99.2m from Real Madrid.
BBC Sport asks fans in Russia to pick their favourite moment of the 2018 World Cup.
Watch all the best action from match day 25 of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, as France face Croatia in the final in Moscow.
An own goal, VAR, a goalkeeping howler and more - the 2018 World Cup final between France and Croatia had everything.
Scottish sprinter Beth Dobbin explains how she overcame the after-effects of a severe epileptic seizure as a teenager to be crowned British 200m champion.
Watch how France's teenage striker Kylian Mbappe made his rapid rise to star in their 2018 World Cup campaign.
Watch the reaction to the torrential rain which took the spotlight as France were crowned 2018 World Cup Champions in Moscow.
Watch highlights as France win the World Cup for the second time by beating Croatia 4-2 in a tremendous final in Moscow.
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Cristiano Ronaldo - who his new employers referred to as 'The Myth' - is presented as a Juventus player.
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka rider Mark Cavendish, a winner of 30 Tour de France stages, takes us through each day of this year's three-week race.
Anthony Joshua will face a man prepared for the big stage for many years when he faces Russia's Alexander Povetkin in September.
The world's top female riders will race in La Course on Tuesday but there is no women's Tour de France. Will there be any time soon?
BBC Sport meets Matt Nicolle, one of Europe's top long drive golfers, to find out how he hits a ball more than 400 yards.
This week's sport on the BBC includes The Open, the German Grand Prix and the deciding ODI between England and India.
With Qatar 2022 just before Christmas and the 2026 event featuring 48 teams, Richard Conway wonders what lies ahead for the World Cup.
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There were fears the World Cup would be tainted by hooliganism and racism - but were they overstated given the way the tournament went?
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