The Labour leader is coming under pressure to signal his opposition to leaving the EU "once and for all".
Help with dressing, washing and meals will be paid for by the state in England, costing £6bn a year.
The Civil Aviation Authority has aircraft on standby in case Thomas Cook falls into administration.
The government says it is investigating after claims against the PM are made by a newspaper.
A man, 19, is charged with the murder of 20-year-old Keeley Bunker, whose body was found in woodland.
Millions are in unaffordable or unsuitable homes, research for the National Housing Federation says.
From "you're all on monkey dust" to "Brexit capital", young people are tired of Stoke-on-Trent's labels.
The US president hails India's prime minister as "exceptional", firing up a 50,000-strong crowd.
But the foreign secretary says he will not "take levers off the table" for future action.
Students starting university are told of the potentially fatal dangers of excessive drinking.
Police charge the 34-year-old with culpable homicide after he shot his 55-year-old father.
Party members vote to commit to integrate private schools into the state sector.
Monday's front pages cover Labour's split on Brexit and standby plans to repatriate stranded tourists.
Lottie could not afford rent and food after the Student Loans Company took back her overpayment.
Two friends have documented their journey into a forgotten underground depot used during World War Two.
Thomas Cook customers in Tunisia say a hotel is demanding extra fees before letting them leave.
Dozens of people, some dressed in black, paid their respects to the Pizol glacier in the Swiss Alps.
The ginger cat Garfield, dubbed "Mr Sainsbury's", was "a pet to all", a cathedral service is told.
The animal was pulled out by a group of cyclists in south-east Spain.
More than 16 miles (27 km) of streets in central London have been closed to traffic.
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One man hopes the fortunes of the dilapidated seaside village featured in a US political poster can still be turned around.
How the BBC helped to find thousands of children who got lost during the Rwandan genocide.
How the UK's leading tennis star is helping Tom and Phil Beahon grow their sportswear brand.
Abortion rates fall to their lowest level since the procedure was legalised. Here are five theories.
At a time of seemingly wider LGBT acceptance, is society actually accepting of the "B"?
Gavin Extence's fourth book The End of Time follows two Syrian teenagers on their journey to the UK.
Gillean McLeod only had her first professional photos taken when she was in her early 50s.
When Theo Van Eijck was kicked out of a Dutch pilot-training programme in 1964, he stole a plane and flew to Libya.
In his latest BBC Sport column, Hadleigh Parkes gets excited for Wales' World Cup opener against Georgia and talks Japanese culture.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side do not have to compete with Manchester City's style as the two clubs battle at the top of the Premier League.
Sheffield United's Jade Pennock scores a 94th-minute winner in the Women's League Cup as the Championship side beat Liverpool 3-2.
Danny Willett wins the PGA Championship by three strokes after a superb final round on Wentworth's West Course.
The Met Police says catalytic converter thefts almost doubled due to precious metal prices rising.
Sirius Minerals has 85,000 small investors, but the company's troubles mean many are stuck in a hole.
The move comes amid mounting calls to ban the products, which have been linked to a deadly outbreak of lung illness.
Police say mining giant Vale and German auditor Tüv Süd used falsified documents to certify the dam.
The UK announces projects to power seven million homes with wind power - and no need for subsidy.
Alison Rose will replace Ross McEwan as chief executive of the state-owned lender.
Amazon and Google are among global firms setting out new green energy plans as climate pressure rises.
The US central bank has pumped more than $200bn into the financial markets this week. Should we worry?
The surprise move is part of efforts to revive investment and spur growth in Asia's third largest economy.
Publishers say VAT charged on e-books and audiobooks unfairly pushes up prices for the partially sighted.
Big companies are offering internships via the internet, but are they a valuable experience?
Asian street fashion is growing in popularity around the world, helped by fashion bloggers and social media.
The Federal Reserve, the US central bank, is expected to cut its main interest rates on Wednesday.
A guide to what inflation is and why it matters for household finances.
Technology is helping stamp collectors to share their passion and keep rogue operators at bay.
The burger chain wants to open in Rutland but people fear it will "kill" Oakham and bring in "riff-raff".
Companies are doing more to support working dads but may overlook postnatal mental illness in men.
Some allergy sufferers say they are "terrified" when dining out and have asked eateries to do more to make them safe.
The BBC's Theo Leggett reports from a cavernous display of delights at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Companies offer gym deals and cycle schemes - but how do they know if these are what staff want?
The Pacific nation of Vanuatu is hoping kava will boost exports and bring in much needed cash.
The falling cost of solar power is helping it to disrupt the global energy market.
Amid a growing backlash against fast fashion, firms are looking at new fabrics from mushrooms and pineapples.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says that people will be taken care of if Thomas Cook collapses.
Hinkley Point C, the UK's new nuclear power plant in Somerset, is due to open in 2025.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how Scrabble became a million dollar idea.
Shampoo tycoon: 'Don't try to solve all the technical problems. Leave the details to the experts.'
More than 100 fully autonomous cleaning robots are coming to Singapore this year, made by local manufacturer Lionsbot. Ella's job is cleaning the floors at the National Gallery.
First responders have been singing the praises of what3words but some have reservations about the tech.
The move comes as part of a review launched in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Microsoft's president urges other tech firms to accept responsibility for the effects of their work.
YouTube will remove the "verified" status from many video-makers' channels.
Tech insiders say we cannot trust companies like Google and Facebook to regulate themselves.
The US Air Force will allow selected hackers try and take over an orbiting satellite.
The chief executive says Amazon will buy thousands of electric vehicles and become carbon neutral by 2040.
MarinaTex is an alternative to the single-use plastics such as those used in sandwich packets.
The US company's president warns of a "digital iron curtain down the Pacific Ocean".
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Some MPs have called for UK police and companies to stop using live facial recognition for public surveillance.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak plays a demo of the latest version of the World War II sniping simulator.
A new process to dye clothes using bacteria could bring environmental benefits.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
The use of cheats is a major problem in video games and it’s becoming increasingly lucrative as esports take off. We meet a teenage hacker’s making thousands.
The world's most popular Pokemon trainer, Ash Ketchum, achieves the goal he set for himself in 1997.
How social media became an information battleground for anti-government protesters and Algeria's rulers.
Shachar Bialick says his special forces background drives his success in business.
To celebrate the 43rd birthday of Brazil legend Ronaldo, BBC Sport looks back at his two goals in the 2002 World Cup final against Germany.
Simon Harmer finds the boundary off the last ball of the match to spark wild celebrations as Essex Eagles win the T20 Blast title for the first time.
Somerset and Essex will go head-to-head to win the County Championship title from Monday at Taunton.
Scotland were "battered" by Ireland in their Rugby World Cup opener despite "spot-on" preparations, says full-back Stuart Hogg.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is staying "very positive" despite Sunday's 2-0 defeat by West Ham.
Antonio Brown says he will never play in the NFL again in a series of provocative Twitter posts.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits his side "could improve" after hanging on to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Frank Lampard says Chelsea deserved "at least a point" against Liverpool and believes the VAR decision to deny them a goal had a significant effect on his team.
Watch three of the best moments from day three of the Rugby World Cup as England beat Tonga, Ireland dismiss Scotland and Italy cruise past Namibia.
Simon Harmer puts in a man-of-the-match performance with three wickets and three late boundaries as Essex Eagles lift the T20 trophy for the first time.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he and his side "feel flat" after their 2-0 loss at West Ham, but insists they are staying positive despite their poor away form.
Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pokes fun at boss Jurgen Klopp and team-mate Mohamed Salah in Football Focus' "Finish The Sentence".
Worcestershire Rapids beat Notts Outlaws by one run as Wayne Purnell bowls a dot ball to see his side progress to the final of the T20 Blast at Edgbaston.
Watch as Al-Shahania goalkeeper Khalifa Al-Dosari misjudges a long ball to concede a goal inside the opening 10 seconds against Al Arabi in the Qatar Stars League.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says the team's potent strike-force is the key to their dominance after they overwhelmed Watford 8-0.
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