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Monday 25th July - 12.00pm
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Former BHS owner Sir Philip Green says a highly critical report into its collapse is the product of "a biased and unfair process".
A man being hunted for trying to abduct an RAF serviceman may have a black eye after his intended victim headbutted him.
Labour's top official is attempting to stamp out abuse by activists by threatening to bar anyone found guilty from voting in the party's leadership election.
Nigel Farage has ruled himself out of appearing on this year's I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here despite suggestions he has been offered £250,000.
Ellen DeGeneres has told Sky News she is "outraged" at police brutality in the US but believes Hillary Clinton can be the woman to change things.
Fans of One Direction have been left wondering about the future of the band after Liam Payne announced he is going solo.
Physical book sales have rocketed by four million this year, fighting back against the digital revolution.
Nico Rosberg has admitted he is disappointed after falling behind Lewis Hamilton for the first time this season.
Sam Allardyce will not announce any decision on Wayne Rooney's England captaincy until after his first meeting with his players.
Mauricio Pochettino has quashed speculation he could become Argentina's next coach, insisting he remains happy at Tottenham.
Greg Rutherford has criticised the International Olympic Committee for failing to impose a blanket ban on Russia.