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Grenfell Tower: Corporate manslaughter considered by police

Council chiefs are told police have "reasonable grounds" to suspect the offence may have been committed.

Russia sanctions: Trump's hand forced by Senate vote
The bill imposes new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, despite White House objections.

Scaramucci in vulgar tirade against White House colleague Priebus
The new White House communications boss strongly attacks President Trump's chief of staff.

'Just care about the people': Inside Yemen's civil war
The BBC witnesses the devastating consequences of war in this impoverished country.

Nadiya: 'No arranged marriage for my children'
The TV cook says she "needed to move with the times" - despite having an arranged marriage herself.

Ferrari driver writes off new car on M1 in Barnsley
He had the £200,000 car for only an hour before he lost control on the M1 in South Yorkshire.

Drinking a few times a week 'reduces diabetes risk'
Wine can protect against the condition - but too much is still a bad thing, the research suggests.

Diane Abbott: 'Single market is still on the table'
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott says Labour are not taking "any options off the table" after Brexit.

Women's Euro 2017: England win sets up quarter-final with France
England beat Portugal 2-1 to win Group D and set up a Women's Euro 2017 quarter-final against France.

'UK's largest cannabis operation' discovered
Fourteen men are jailed after police found potentially "the largest cannabis operation in the UK".

Charlie Gard parents 'denied final wish' for more time
His mother says the couple have had "no control" over their son's life or death.

Transgender UK officer warns Trump of 'litigation firestorm'
A transgender Army officer says Donald Trump faces legal action over his military transgender ban.

Amazon profits are sharply lower as it invests overseas
Sales grew 25% but the firm's expenses rose as it invested in expansion, video and other products.

Newspaper headlines: Irish border 'setback' and Grenfell manslaughter probe
Stories about Brexit, ill baby Charlie Gard and the possibility of a Grenfell Tower manslaughter case feature on the front pages.

Aversion Therapy: ‘Society told me I was dirty’
To mark the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK Roger and Peter met up to talk about their different experiences of aversion therapy.

Dull and Bland celebration is far from Boring
A Scottish tourist spot with an unexciting name welcomes its similarly-titled Australian guest.

7 days quiz: Who cancelled their tour?
7 days quiz: Who cancelled their tour?

How the Slinky became a million dollar idea
The Slinky - a favourite Christmas stocking-filler for over 60 years - was never designed to be a toy.

Two students make a song in memory of George, a soldier from World War One
Ahead of World War One commemorations, two students make a song about a local soldier.

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From Baghdad to the bar: A blind refugee's journey
How did a man born blind in Iraq become a top law graduate at Cambridge university?