The EU Council president dismisses the Chequers plan - the PM says there is "hard work" to be done.
Christine Blasey Ford will only appear before the panel on "terms that are fair". says her lawyer.
Parts of England and Wales are hit by heavy rain, flooding and strong winds.
The indie band are lost for words as their second album, Visions of a Life takes home the £25,000 prize.
A previously unknown letter gives a first-hand account from the first suffragette to be jailed.
Some 350,000 girls say they have missed school at some point because of being on their period, research from YouGov suggests.
A consumer group has challenged universities over the claims they make to attract students.
The attack, which killed three people, is a rare mass shooting carried out by a woman.
Kurdish-led forces in Syria say captured jihadists are a "heavy burden" to be held indefinitely.
Mexico's Andrés Manuel López Obrador vows to keep using commercial jets to save the country money.
At least 40 people die when the vessel overturns close to shore on Tanzania's Lake Victoria.
Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight pleads no contest over the 2015 death.
Friday's papers focus on the rejection of the PM's Brexit plan by EU leaders in Salzburg.
What happens when your relationship is affected by Britain leaving the EU?
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
YouTuber Kaya Lili, AKA Toxic Tears, talks about what it's like being a goth in 2018.
From Belgium to Swindon in under eight hours, the journey of an alloy wheel.
Scientists have identified the earliest known animal in the geological record.
After spending decades exploring the deep sea, Phil Nuytten plans to build a colony there.
Researchers say basking sharks are far from being slow and languid, as their reputation suggests.
Canine presenter Hacker T Dog gets the better of Simon McCoy in an interview on the news channel.
The rescuers are part of the same team which saved 12 children from Thai caves in July.
"Ping and Pong arrived safe and well last night."
BBC coverage of latest developments
It has the biggest proportion of babies born through assisted reproductive technology in the world.
Newsbeat chats to the grime MC following the release of his album Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament.
Even Russians are mocking their own spies over the TV interview with two "architecture enthusiasts".
The BBC takes an exclusive trip to Mumford & Sons' studio as they finish their fourth album, Delta.
China's Beidou is being used in everything from ploughing to precision missiles, but can it go global?
Reality Check's Chris Morris sees how Brexit and the Irish border's future could affect this Welsh port.
A survey of 2,000 Mumsnet and Gransnet users finds 29% have had sex fewer than 10 times in the past year.
The latest action cam automatically stabilises footage without separate equipment.
Psychosis, murder and suicide - how Spanish flu ravaged a post-war world.
The Bard gave Queen Margaret more lines than any other female character, and more than King Lear.
An independent report finds no-one took responsibility for disruptions.
Graduates and older students offer their top tips for starting at university.
The drama has been a huge hit for the BBC, but was actually made by commercial producer ITV Studios.
BBC News spoke to people affected by rail disruption in recent months.
British actors had a very successful night at the recent Emmy Awards.
Valentino Dixon, whose art featured in a golf magazine, is a free man after 27 years behind bars.
He's the far right's newest poster boy – but Martin Sellner’s insistence that his far-right group is non-violent doesn’t have everyone convinced.
With 5G, experts say we could enjoy virtual reality in HD on our mobiles and even project holographics.
Kyle Lafferty scores the equaliser as Rangers come from behind twice to secure a point against Villarreal in Europa League Group G.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores twice as Arsenal open their Europa League campaign with a comfortable win over Vorskla Poltava.
A decision to lift the suspension of Russia's anti-doping agency (Rusada) is labelled "the greatest treachery" of clean athletes.
An 87th-minute Leigh Griffiths header snatches Europa League victory for Brendan Rodgers' wasteful Celtic over Rosenborg.
Willian's early goal proves enough to beat PAOK Salonika in the Europa League and maintain Chelsea's winning start to the season.
Anthony Joshua believes a shot at his world titles "means everything" to Alexander Povetkin ahead of Saturday's fight.
A Korean church hiding from looming 'global famine' in Fiji is facing growing allegations of abuse.
Brothels have been legal in Nevada since 1971 - but could they face the axe?
Not all the Battle of Britain pilots were British. A new film celebrates the Polish 303 Squadron - and its sole Czech pilot, Josef Frantisek.
The bike store chain needs fresh funding as it struggles with tough trading conditions.
Treasury says "unfair obstacles" may be blocking female entrepreneurs as it launches a review.
The bank expects to reduce staff by 5% to 10% over three years, affecting some 26,000 workers.
Michael O'Leary admits he is reluctant to sign a new long-term contract at the airline.
One of the largest life insurance providers in North America will now sell only "interactive" policies that collect health data.
Computer problems had hit the bank as customers complained of being unable to access their accounts.
The broadcaster has been subject to rival bids from Rupert Murdoch's Fox and US giant Comcast.
Poor accountability was to blame for severe rail disruption last May, a regulator has said.
Demand for household goods hit the highest since May 2016 but inflation may dampen spending.
Producers Tilray and Canopy see US-listed stocks surge and slump in turbulent trading.
Najib Razak denies all charges linked to the alleged transfer of $556m from a state fund to his account.
Proportionally the UK stands to lose more, says Jean-Claude Trichet, former European Central Bank boss.
Workers at some of the chains' outlets are planning a co-ordinated day of action on 4 October over pay.
Traidcraft says it has been badly hit by a drop in the value of the pound and retail difficulties.
Nigeria suspends plans to relaunch its national airline two months after announcing it would be revived.
The party also proposes a levy on bookmakers and a crackdown on using credit cards to bet.
The Consumer Council for Water tells firms to improve customer service and reduce complaints.
The Australian supermarket giant says the move is a temporary one amid a strawberry safety scare.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the fridge became a million dollar idea.
The drivers staged a protest over pay at the company's offices.
Prime Minister of Malta says EU leaders are "almost unanimous" about another referendum.
Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group says the industry need changing.
Transport secretary says he will work to make the system better to avoid a repeat of the timetabling problems that caused mass cancellations on the railways over the summer.
Self-made billionaire Kiran Mazumdar Shaw shares her secrets for succeeding in a man's world.
Supermarket group Tesco launches the first outlet of its discount Jack's chain.
Tekken 3 and Ridge Racer are among the titles on Sony's new miniature PlayStation.
IBM is launching software which will monitor algorithms in real time and highlight how they make decisions.
Sheep farmers fear a no-deal Brexit could have a "devastating" impact on rural market towns.
Companies in the US state of Wisconsin show how President Trump's trade war with China is continuing to hurt.
Jacquie Davis, the UK's first female bodyguard, talks about hostage rescues and undercover surveillance.
How likely is it that we will see mobile phones that use self-healing materials any time soon?
A top chef says his awards are owed to learning skills from indigenous Australian recipes and ingredients.
Salesforce founder's purchase of Time magazine is the latest example of moguls buying news outlets.
Elon Musk has found success with PayPal and Tesla - and has a colourful private life to match.
Winning flexible working hours can bring a new set of major problems, a survey finds.
Person-to-person payment apps are rising fast in popularity around the world, but are they safe?
Nigerian tech entrepreneur Oscar Ekponimo has invented an app which will help cut down on food waste.
Jamie Beaton and Sharndre Kushor, founders of popular online tutoring business Crimson Education, say their young age can confuse people.
The Amazon founder has pledged to donate $2bn, but critics say he should pay Amazon workers more instead.
The BBC talked to people involved about their memories of the bank's collapse on 15 September 2008.
How a city best known for pizza, football and crime is embracing tech to revive its fortunes.
John Lewis Partnership is under pressure to question the slogan that arguably defines its business model.
As the UK looks at developing more trade deals outside the EU after Brexit, its increasing ties with Israel could provide the model.
China, the US and the UK are all vying to dominate the market for next-generation mobile networks.
More and more packaging is claiming to be "biodegradable" or "compostable", but what does that really mean?
Amazon has unveiled a microwave that can be controlled using its Alexa voice assistant.
The government is considering "all options" to keep UK citizens "safe" online.
AggregateIQ is appealing against the accusation that it mishandled personal data and broke GDPR rules.
Cody Wilson flew to Taiwan before he could be detained, police in Texas say.
Brussels says Facebook must improve its information flow by 31 December or face sanctions.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office imposes a fine of £500,000 on Equifax.
The soft-bodied machines are designed to explore fragile marine ecosystems without causing damage.
The judge, in the state of Georgia, is "gravely concerned" about hacking - but allows e-voting to go ahead.
People in Kuwait are reacting on social media to news a 3D printing shop has been closed after an outcry from an Islamist cleric.
Breck Bednar, 14, was groomed before being lured to his death by Lewis Daynes in 2014.
Digital currencies pose a "litany of risks" and investors have little protection, says an MPs' committee.
When details from her tell-all memoir were published, one detail stood out.
Women in three US states were allegedly not shown job ads for certain "male-dominated professions".
The Silicon Valley drink product has changed its formula for the British market.
The range of harms include cyber-scams as well as trolling, bullying and stalking, finds an Ofcom study.
The billionaire had accused cave diver Vernon Unsworth of being a "child rapist", without evidence.
Former Victoria's Secret model Lyndsey Scott points out that programmers come in all shapes and sizes.
The search giant launches a contest for images that can defeat its image-recognition systems.
The all-British NovaSAR spacecraft will monitor big stretches of ocean for suspicious shipping activity.
The tunnel amassed more than 160 comments, becoming the top attraction in the Cornish town of Bude.
The firm apologises after an "experiment" activates settings remotely on some Android phones
Robots will create more jobs than they replace, although many roles will become redundant, a report says.
The practice is particularly "pronounced in China", according to the Wall Street Journal.
Tyler Broome, 11, was spun at high speed on a park roundabout using the wheel of a moped.
Bristol Airport says a "ransomware"-style attack prompted it to take screens offline for two days.
Magic Leap's new mixed reality headset is available to developers in the US - but how does the device compare to what's already available?
Tiles that change colour and respond to touch are on show at the Ifa tech show in Berlin.
BBC Chris Foxx takes Segway's new self-balancing e-skates out for a test run.
The world's two bestselling television-makers are showing off rival 8K screens at the Ifa tech show in Berlin.
Mainstream media may struggle with diversity but black creators are making their own entertainment.
Marc Benioff becomes the latest tech entrepreneur to buy a media title with the $190m purchase.
A perfect storm of factors led the social media giant to be used to spread hate against Muslims.
Specialised printers are helping to create organic replacement body parts more quickly and safely.
Apple and Amazon have seen their market value top $1tn, but will their growth continue to accelerate?
As disinformation tools get smarter, some are finding ways to spot the fakes before they get shared.
Dating apps are hugely popular around the world, but some think they're making many of us unhappy.
Quantum computers promise to be blisteringly fast, helping us solve many of the world's problems.
Researchers at MIT have created an artificial intelligence that makes editing your pictures simpler.
ZeroVision emits smoke as part of a smart home security system.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Germany's Therme Erding water park is offering virtual reality headsets to riders of its waterslides.
How does the GoPro Hero 7 compare to last year's model - and can it turn the company around?
The game imagines a dystopian post-Brexit future where citizens of European heritage are exiled.
The electric cars with stored power that could be transferred to a dwelling.
Researchers in the US are using artificial intelligence to develop new video games.
A catwalk show at London Fashion Week has divided opinions about the future of fashion.
A biotechnology firm is developing ways of growing salad crops without soil, rain or sunshine.
Justin Rose has the advantage in the race for the FedEx Cup after round one of the Tour Championship, led by Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods.
British number one Johanna Konta loses in straight sets to Croatia's Donna Vekic in the Pan Pacific Open last-16.
Arsenal's impressive start to the Women's Super League season continues as they hit seven goals past Yeovil Town
Wigan Warriors battle to victory at Huddersfield Giants to clinch a home semi-final with second place in Super League.
England head coach Eddie Jones says Danny Cipriani's recent form has not been as good as that of George Ford and Owen Farrell.
Anthony Joshua says his body has been broken down and rebuilt for his latest world heavyweight title defence against Alexander Povetkin.
Britain's Bianca Walkden wins silver at the Taoyuan World Taekwondo Grand Prix after a 22-6 loss to South Korea's Da-Bin Lee in Taiwan.
England winger Nikita Parris' brace helps Manchester City put four past hosts Everton in the Women's Super League.
Kent seal promotion to Division One after thrashing Glamorgan by an innings and 172 runs at Canterbury.
Britain's Piers Gilliver wins wheelchair fencing silver at the European Championships in Terni, Italy.
Sergio Garcia dedicates his first round at the Portugal Masters to Celia Barquin Arozamena, the Spanish golfer who was murdered in the United States.
Tom Williams suffered broken facial bones, while two other Wales Sevens stars were also injured.
Mensur Suljovic says his Champions League victory in 2017 was the platform for "more opportunities" in his darts career.
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Watford captain Troy Deeney tells Gabby Logan how seeing his psychologist twice a week helps him in his personal life and on the football pitch.
Did Peter Crouch invent the TV show Come Dine With Me with former Portsmouth team-mates Shaun Derry and Courtney Pitt?
Jose Mourinho says debutant Diogo Dalot could be a mainstay at Manchester United for the next 10 years after impressing in the Reds 3-0 Champions League win over Young Boys.
NFL pundits Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell show no sympathy for two NFL kickers, sacked after missing crucial kicks for their teams in week two, and even give Mark Chapman a trial.
Three gym-going lads try to match the impressive workouts of world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. Could you do any better?
Former England captain Tony Adams says gambling in football is destroying lives.
England head coach Eddie Jones insists Danny Cipriani's omission from the latest training squad is only because of his form, and not for off-field reasons.
Former Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar tells the BBC about his war experiences, the horrors of the Heysel disaster and his match-fixing ordeal.
He was once compared to Wayne Rooney before a cocaine addiction saw George Green go from a £110,000-a-year midfielder to £80-a-game at Ossett Albion.
Andrea Pirlo thinks he's among Italy's best - what does the future hold for Cagliari midfielder Nicolo Barella?
Courteous and curious, as well as candid - Gabby Logan on what Watford striker Troy Deeney was like when she interviewed him for this week's Premier League Show.
This week's sport on the BBC includes the fifth Test between England and India, World Equestrian Games and the return of the Champions League.
BBC Radio 5 live's Andy Townsend explains what went wrong for Man City in their shock defeat by Lyon and why they were so bad.
Is Kimi Raikkonen right to stay on in F1 at the expense of a log-jam of younger talent dreaming of a seat on the grid?
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