● England v West Indies: Dom Bess dismisses Shai Hope for 16 after Ben Stokes catch Frustrated England get their first wicket of the day as Dom Bess dismisses Shai Hope for 16 as the West Indies batsman edges to Ben Stokes at...
● Coronavirus: Package holiday firms told to sharpen up on refunds The competition authority says some package holiday firms misled customers after virus-related cancellations.
● England v West Indies: Stuart Broad 'angry' at being left out of Test England pace bowler Stuart Broad says he is "angry, frustrated and gutted" to have been left out of the first Test against West Indies in...
● West Midlands special constable Resham Singh Nahal dies Resham Singh Nahal suffered major injuries when the car hit him in November while on duty in Oldbury.
● Formula 1: Charles Leclerc warned for breaking coronavirus rules Charles Leclerc has been given an official warning after breaking Formula 1's coronavirus protocols.
● Ferrari's Leclerc warned for breaking F1 coronavirus rules Charles Leclerc has been given an official warning after breaking Formula 1's coronavirus protocols.
● European hamster added to 'critically endangered' list Lemurs, North Atlantic whales and a rare fungus are also new additions to the IUCN's Red List.
● Champions League: Man City could face Juventus or Lyon with win over Real Madrid Manchester City will face Juventus or Lyon in the Champions League quarter-final if they overcome Real Madrid.
● Formula 1: Sergio Perez fastest in Styrian GP first practice Racing Point's Sergio Perez pips Red Bull's Max Verstappen to take fastest time in first practice at the Styrian Grand Prix.
● Coronavirus: Conservative councillor PPE contracts questioned Labour says the government must "come clean" on PPE procurement process after £120m face shield deals.
● Coronavirus: Most Britons still 'uncomfortable' eating out An Office for National Statistics survey suggests just two-in-10 would be happy to dine indoors.
● What are my rights if I'm stopped and searched? Why is the police watchdog launching a review into whether the tactic is discriminatory?
● Battle of Britain: The schoolgirl who helped design Spitfire Meet the young mathematician who helped design the Spitfire, the iconic aircraft that took part in the Battle of Britain, which started 80 years ago today.
● Thousands cancel gym memberships during lockdown The Gym Group plans to reopen but says it has lost 178,000 customers in the past three months.
● Julia Sawalha 'devastated and furious' at Chicken Run sequel 'ageism' Actress Julia Sawalha says she was told she sounds "too old" to play the voice of Ginger again.
● Blues singer Lady A responds to name row: 'I am not going to be erased' "I am not going to be erased," says the singer, who is being sued over her name by Lady Antebellum.
● Formula 1: Italy and Russia announced as next venues for season return Formula 1 adds two more races to its 2020 calendar as it seeks to rebuild the season during the coronavirus crisis.
● Scottish Premiership to start on 1 August The Scottish Premiership receives official permission to start the season on 1 August.
● Scottish Premiership given green light for 1 August kick-off The Scottish Premiership receives official permission to start the season on 1 August.
● Ex-Barclays bankers call female boss 'tart' and 'dolly bird' Court case between Amanda Staveley and the bank hears claims she was a 'complete unknown'.
● Naya Rivera: Glee star likely drowned in tragic accident, police say Naya Rivera was reported missing after going on a boating trip with her four-year-old son.
● UK-born twins face deportation to different countries Darrell and Darren Roberts face being sent to two different Caribbean countries they have never visited.
● Coronavirus: Can I get travel insurance and what are my travel rights? As quarantine rules are relaxed, holidays are back on the agenda but will your insurance cover you?
● Plymouth nursery worker dies in 'tragic accident' The nursery says their "thoughts and prayers" are with the woman "and her loved ones".