Tory leadership: Gove becomes eighth candidate to enter race
The environment secretary will stand against his former Vote Leave ally Boris Johnson, and six other
Children 'rescued' from Sheffield house leave hospital
Six children were taken to hospital after Friday's incident but two boys, aged 13 and 14, die
NHS bans sale of energy drinks to under-16s in Scottish hospitals
Shops in Scotland's hospitals will not be allowed to sell high-energy drinks to anyone under 1
EU election turnout in France nearly 20% by noon, up from 16% in 2014
Turnout figures for European elections in France showed a 19.26% participation rate by noon local time (1000 GMT), the Interior Ministry said on Sunday, a rate significantly higher than during the 2014 vote
Libya's Haftar rules out Tripoli ceasefire, dismisses U.N.-led talks: newspaper
Libyan eastern commander Khalifa Haftar has ruled out a ceasefire in the battle for Tripoli and accused the United Nations of seeking to partition Libya, according to an interview published by French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche
Pilot lost control on takeoff, TSB concludes after deadly crash in Quebec's Lanaudière region
Two years on, statement not remembered with any particular reverence

In the shadow of the rock, people are weary with endless consultation
Parkville victim tried to call former boyfriend hours before she was killed

His sister has told The Age her ex-partner Terrick Edwards is now struggling to process the twist of fate that could have saved Ms Herron's life
PM dumps ‘laughing stock’ from portfolio
Scott Morrison has announced his new Cabinet this afternoon, confirming two senators will take on roles as ambassadors and dumping Melissa Price from her environment portfoli