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Adil Rashid is the only spin bowler in England's team to face India in the first Test at Edgbaston on Wednesday.
If negotiations fail there would be a scramble for an interim solution to keep planes in the air.
Borrowers stuck on expensive variable rates could get help, despite still being locked out of the wider market.
Women are illegally taking abortion pills, which they have bought online, at home to avoid experiencing abortions on public transport.
A council thanks Thomas Watson for his "quick-thinking tinkling" after he saw the fire on Southend Pier.
James Matthews was accused of attending training camps run by militia fighting the Islamic State group.
Despite a wet summer, 2017 was one of the warmest years according to Met Office records dating back to 1910.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he does not know if the club will sign any players before the transfer window closes on 9 August.
Mr Bullimore survived four days in his upturned boat after it capsized in a round-the-world race in 1997.
As Geraint Thomas won the 2018 Tour de France, his namesake has become a social media star.
The thieves abducted the shark from a Texas aquarium by disguising it as a baby in a pram.
Happy Mondays' Bez will also appear in a one-off edition to mark BBC Music Day in September.
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho has cut a disgruntled figure of late. Is it just typical behaviour or is there a more significant meaning?
England's most capped player of all time Rochelle Clark announces her retirement from the international game.
A survey also showed that younger people were more likely to consider cosmetic surgery than older people.
Andy Murray fights back to beat Mackenzie McDonald 3-6 6-4 7-5 in the Washington Open first round in his fourth match since returning from hip surgery.
The retailer says details of 10 million customers were affected by last year's data breach.
In his latest BBC Sport column, former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer explores how reluctant 'wingman' Valtteri Bottas diced with controversy in Hungary.
Your morning briefing for Tuesday 31 July 2018.