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American Collin Morikawa emerges from a stacked leaderboard to win the 2020 US PGA Championship after a flawless final round in San Francisco.
Jimmy Lai is accused of colluding with foreign forces under a new security law, his aide says.
Ministers want nursing jobs in England to be more accessible, but a union says the plan falls short.
A metal detectorist discovers a rare hoard of Bronze Age artefacts during an expedition near Peebles.
Councils have been given extra powers by the Welsh Government to enforce strict legal requirements.
After George Floyd and Black Lives Matter protests questions were asked again about British policing.
For China's global community, the app provides a vital means of staying in touch with home.
Covid-19 has changed the world - are we winning or is the virus still taking hold, and when will it end?
Iraqi soldier Ali Hussein Kadhim recollects his miraculous escape from the massacre that killed hundreds of other cadets.
A state TV exit poll shows victory for President Alexander Lukashenko - but the opposition cries foul.
Starting with the epicentre, we follow how the blast ripped through the city, bringing life to a halt.
Keith Mason and Riona Kelly have been posting about her recovery and it's become a lockdown hit.
A dive instructor has recorded his ‘special moment’ with a humpback whale.
Why has the number of self-employed people started to fall?
When Tata Harper was setting up her US cosmetics brand, she was told it would never work.
Elite British sportswomen speak out about "horrific abuse" on social media, telling a BBC Sport survey about constant comments on their appearance and sexist remarks questioning their right to play sport.
Liverpool leading race to sign Brooks from Bournemouth, Barcelona hope to tempt Silva away from Man City, plus more.
Reaction to Boris Johnson's pledge to reopen schools in England fully next month features on many of Monday's front pages.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says he could 'lose an arm' and still be in the top 50 during extraordinary interview
Watch Ronnie O'Sullivan's extraordinary interview after beating Ding Junhui in which he says young players coming into the game now are so bad that he would need to "lose an arm and a leg" to fall out of the top 50.
Immigration minister Chris Philp says he wants to make the route "completely unviable" for migrants.