The Brexit secretary says selling the government's blueprint for leaving the EU is an ongoing task.
It comes as MPs investigate why real fur has been sold as fake on the UK's high streets.
A new official picture is released as the third in line to the throne turns five.
Bruno Le Maire accuses the US of using "the law of the jungle" with unilateral tariffs
Martin Pistorius had locked-in syndrome for more than a decade. Now he's about to become a father.
More than 170 UK and Ireland politicians sign a letter urging the UK government to change the law.
Some 800 members of the civil defence group have been taken to Jordan, media say.
One fatality is confirmed after the man, suspected of a shooting earlier, barricaded himself inside.
Tia Coleman says she lost nine members of her family when the boat sank in a Missouri lake.
It comes amid reports that he was secretly recorded discussing payments to an ex-Playboy model.
The government introduced a 12% levy on sanitary products last year, sparking outrage.
Terminals across the UK went down on Saturday but the company says the issue is now resolved.
A new poll suggesting voters are opposed to the prime minister's Brexit deal makes the front pages.
Macau’s controversial greyhound racetrack, the Canidrome Club, is shutting down.
Vicki Smith, 78, performs underwater as a mermaid at an iconic Florida park
A TV school quiz show has Ghana gripped. We meet one of the contestants and follow him on the road to victory. But did he get there?
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "shelter".
The beach in Soma City, Japan, has opened to the public for the first time since the nuclear disaster in 2011.
Mirjana Kika Milosevic's had over 56 million YouTube views painting herself in different optical illusions.
Officers continue with investigations into the Novichok nerve agent poisoning with searches in a Salisbury park.
A parody poster suggesting children with rabies should be shot was included in an internal magazine.
BBC coverage of latest developments
As China embarks on one of the greatest infrastructure projects in history, it is changing how railways are built.
Newsbeat speaks to Paper Boi - aka Brian Tyree Henry - the breakout star of Donald Glover's satire on life as a black American.
Most people avoid spoilers like the plague - but there are some who say they can’t enjoy a film or a TV show without knowing what’s going to happen.
Despite links to UK hospital deaths and a US addiction crisis, opioids remain the painkiller of choice.
Why are disabled people forced to pick function over fashion when buying and wearing shoes?
Israel has downgraded the status of Arabic, but there is controversy over language choice elsewhere, too.
What an annotated guest list for a party at Number 10 reveals about Denis Thatcher.
Eight years of dental pain and soaring bills set Natalia Guerrero thinking about the millions who need treatment but cannot pay for it.
Jordan Spieth says it is a "dream come true" to battle Tiger Woods on the final day of a major with both in Open Championship contention.
Advantage Vettel? Plus Ocon tipped for Renault, and changes at Ferrari - all you need to know before the German Grand Prix.
Omar Fraile wins stage 14 of the Tour de France in a dramatic finish as Team Sky's Geraint Thomas retains the leader's yellow jersey.
Tiger Woods cards his lowest score in a major championship since 2011 on the third day of the 2018 Open Championship at Carnoustie.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp "doesn't care" about allegations of hypocrisy over his transfer spending.
Sir Bradley Wiggins says he has discovered "very sinister" details about the 'jiffy-bag' scandal and leak of his medical records and would "love it to all come out".
Britain's Zharnel Hughes is edged out by American Ronnie Baker in a high-quality 100m finale to the first day of the Anniversary Games.
As celebrities rush to colour their hair silver, some women with natural greys are ditching dyes.
Imprints of old and ancient settlements not seen in known memory are emerging from the soil as the heat takes its toll on greenery.
The fashion firm destroyed £28m of unwanted stock last year in a bid to protect its brand.
Ronald James poked and shouted at two air stewardesses after being denied the breakfast staple.
Adrian Cronauer was a US air force sergeant and radio presenter, depicted (loosely) by the late Robin Williams.
There are, as with most things in life, pros and cons to the hot weather - here are some of the winners and losers of the season.
The health regulator found huge variations in the time taken to report on radiology examinations.
The ex-England and Worcestershire cricketer will be honoured at a civic reception in September.
It is hoped the project will improve fish populations by making parts of the river more accessible.
Dozens of firefighters tackle a major lorry and hay bale fire on the M5.
South Africa all-rounder Wayne Parnell joins Worcestershire as an overseas player until mid-September.
What do you need to know about mycoplasma genitalium, the emerging sexually transmitted "superbug"?
Three women who do gymnastics on a plane explain the challenges of performing at height.
Two men have appeared in court after two tonnes of cocaine was seized from a yacht in the English Channel.
How a "cheeky little bear" rose to fame after his discovery 70 years ago on a Blackpool pier.
Emma Barker, 18, who has autism and depression, says adopting a dog "saved her life".
Police found hours of footage on a laptop at Adam Campion's home.
Former contestant Zara Holland talks about being on the show and how the experience impacted her health.
A barber from Belfast has travelled to a care home in Liverpool to offer haircuts to people with dementia.
The government is heading towards the summer break, wracked by infighting among Tory MPs.
Tips for success from inspiring women featured in a photo exhibition of 100 first females.
It sounds like the perfect solution, but critics say it failed their test.
Ashleigh Kelso, 27, donated some of her eggs to a couple to help them start their own family.
London Bridge attack survivors are awarded for their bravery by the Queen.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair says Theresa May's approach to Brexit "doesn’t honour what most people who voted for Brexit think".
A 200,000-brick elephant is one of the centrepieces of Bricklive, billed as the UK's largest Lego convention, in Glasgow.
A school's site manager came up with the idea after watching a television programme.
Two teenagers share their experiences of being transgender school students.
The black student subjected to a racist monkey 'joke'
A pop-up catwalk in Trafalgar Square invites people of all shapes and sizes to show body positivity.
Thatch, a 12-week-old Hungarian Vizsla, climbed out of a skylight and had to rescued by firefighters.
Three things you need to know about why north-west England is facing a water shortage.
Stevie-Jo Pasing's family could not afford to buy her sanitary products during her school years.
The man using punching and preaching to spread his message.
The first black Miss Universe GB, Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers, says win celebrates diverse beauty of the UK.
Former Conservative chairman Lord Patten on the party's toxic atmosphere - and Boris Johnson.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach is taking thrill seekers to the top of the Big One rollercoaster by foot.
The former foreign secretary Boris Johnson attacks the government's approach to Brexit.
The singer wins BBC privacy case at High Court but how did it get to this.
A hundred years after the birth of Nelson Mandela, we asked young people what they know of him.
Seventy one photographers recreate famous views of the city.
Helen Owen said women going through a similar experience should seek specialist help.
Early-morning CCTV pictures show him picking up the garden ornament before taking a tumble.
Swimmers are being urged to stay out of the water after a shark was spotted in a harbour.
The hot weather and low reservoir levels have uncovered the ruins of a lost village in Cumbria.
A 20-year-old Nigerian says he is "the happiest person in the world" after receiving the bike gift.
Tory MP Anna Soubry says 'both political parties are in the grips of their own extremists'.
While the bird is dying out in parts of Europe, the population on one Welsh island is thriving.
The UK is set to get its first space port in Sutherland, Scotland. But it already has a long history in space.
Former UKIP councillor Stephen Searle strangled his wife Anne at their home in Stowmarket, Suffolk.
Fern Champion, who was raped while travelling on a gap year, struggled to get help back in the UK.
A comedian was asked to move her mobility scooter out of a disabled space on a train.
Keyboard player Mikey Goldsmith lets slip a big secret on BBC Radio 5 live.
Youth unemployment rates are falling but what's it like to be a young worker?
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe says he's pushing to meet the new foreign secretary.
A school in Peterborough has decided to give pupils verbal feedback instead of marking their books.
Meryl Streep and Cher reveal why they wanted to be in the new Mamma Mia film.
Three women describe living with the intense pain and heavy periods caused by adenomyosis.
What is life on Spice really like? The experience of a user and someone who is kicking the habit in Wrexham.
A flashmob of fans wearing masks of the England manager were spotted at the newly named tube stop.
The mother of a boy who was burnt after getting a henna tattoo is warning holidaymakers to be careful.
Dashcam footage shows a teenager ploughing into an officer, ramming him towards a roadside barrier.
Theresa May reveals what President Trump suggested she should do when dealing with the EU.
Trump, immigration, leadership, EU law and 'cutting out David Davis' - here are five things the Prime Minister revealed.
It's hoped a breeding programme will help maintain numbers of the vulnerable species.
Join the mounted regiment at their annual summer camp as they swap London life for rural Norfolk.
It's all about tactics at Northern Ireland's only such competition - the piggy back or reverse Estonian?
A paragliding protester appeared to breach security around the president by flying close to the Turnberry Hotel.
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