BBC News Headlines
No 10 says the PM shares the public's "frustration" at Parliament's "failure to take a decision".
New Zealand's PM tells the BBC that right-wing ideology must be confronted after the mosque attacks.
What Brexit, freedom of movement and citizenship mean to three people living in Berlin.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi could be affected, UN says.
The chief executive of Kingfisher, the group that owns DIY chains B&Q and Screwfix, is stepping down.
England winning the Nations League in 2019 would eclipse the achievement of reaching the 2018 World Cup semi-finals, says Harry Kane.
England full-back Danny Rose says players were "over the moon" to see team-mate Raheem Sterling criticise the way black players are portrayed.
How does it work? Who is looking in good shape? And how does the Nations League tie in? We explain European Championship qualifying.
As That Peter Crouch Podcast returns for a second series, co-host Tom Fordyce explains how the Burnley striker has become the chief raconteur of the Premier League era.
A bookmaker is taking bets on the name of Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy's unborn child.
Players' shirts will feature names and numbers for the first time in Test cricket when England host Australia in this summer's Ashes series.
England claim the ODI series in Sri Lanka by winning the second match of the three-game contest to take an unassailable 2-0 lead.
Afghanistan earn their first Test win after Rahmat Shah's 76 and Ihsanullah Janat's 65 helps them earn a seven-wicket victory over Ireland.
Hampshire could be without opener Dimuth Karunaratne this season as he emerges as a possible Sri Lanka World Cup captain.
Batsman Ian Bell will miss the start of Warwickshire's season, after surgery to repair a ligament tear in his toe.
Plus: Feds break up another 'dark-net drugs op'
Roundup Summer rolls on, Reg vultures are making the most of their hols before the September rush hits, and in the past week, we saw Lazarus malware targeting Macs, Adobe scrambling to get an emergency patch out, and Democrats losing their minds over a simple training exercise.
Creators ticked off for running CPU flat out over the break
Who, Me? It's that time of the week again, where Reg readers 'fess up to IT errors and jokes that went awry, in the hope of some catharsis.
Smut slinger dreams of AI software to create hardcore flicks with your face ? plus other machine-learning news
Roundup It's a long weekend in England and Wales, with many Reg vultures taking time out and making the most of what's left of the quiet August month.
Just waiting for the tech bros to disrupt this dump delivery service
Everyone knows that America's big cities and especially San Francisco live in their own financial bubbles.
Day one: Dance moves. Day two: Committing crimes?
Video Are you a bad dancer? Do you want to pirouette like a ballet pro? Don?t worry you can fake it until you make it ? with the help of artificial intelligence.
Newcastle United News
Ex-England, Charlton and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker announces his retirement from football.
HMRC officers seized documents from Newcastle United as part of a tax fraud investigation.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Matz Sels joins Belgian champions Anderlecht on a season-long loan.
Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
Papiss Cisse leads the tributes at a memorial for former Newcastle team-mate Cheick Tiote, who died after collapsing in training in China.