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Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman's one-man show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival gains a favourable response from newspaper critics.
The BBC looks at what it is like to be a cyclist in different parts of the world.
Comedian Tim Vine talks to BBC Breakfast about winning the funniest joke at Edinburgh festival and why he thinks being funny 'isn't rocket science'.
Hundreds of police officers in England and Wales have been investigated for breaching social media guidelines, an investigation reveals.
US police and protesters clash again in Ferguson, Missouri, as President Barack Obama urges calm over the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager.
A joke by Tim Vine is voted the funniest at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, making him the first comedian to win the accolade twice.
Jose Mourinho wants keeper Petr Cech to stay, despite the Chelsea boss picking Thibaut Courtois for the 3-1 win at Burnley.
Two former heads of Scottish Enterprise are due to outline opposing views on the currency of an independent Scotland.
Will England Women's Rugby World Cup win hasten the change to professionalism, or is sevens where the game's future lies?
What's fixed and what's still broken?
Malala Yousafzai's memoirs 'I am Malala' was originally released in 2013 has just been reversioned for young people. She speaks to BBC School Reporters in a Birmingham library
Some front pages focus on the ruling that the UK government must pay £224m to an American defence corporation over an axed contract to vet travellers.
How Thatcher stayed friends with her leftwing teacher
Royal Blood rewrite the rules of rock
Stimulating the part of the brain which controls movement may help people recover from strokes.
The mother of a seven-year-old child who battled cancer is facing prosecution for not sending her to school.
A new search has begun in Myanmar for the Dhammazedi Bell - said to have fallen into a river near the country's capital in 1608
French film director Luc Besson talks about his new science fiction thriller called Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson
Did Neighbours change the way British people speak?
The village in Scotland where English people go to get married