Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says that the Greeks have made a "brave choice" in voting to reject the terms of an international bailout.
Patchy support for people with dementia is failing patients and their carers, doctors warn.
USA beat former champions Japan in Vancouver to become the first nation to win three Women's World Cups.
The inquest into the death of schoolgirl Alice Gross should address why police knew nothing about her killer's murderous past, her family say.
The opportunity for the London Olympics to inspire a generation of children to participate in sport has been squandered, Tessa Jowell says.
The government is to pledge £30m to try to speed up the process of finding adoptive parents for children in care in England.
People who are the victims of so-called 'vishing' scams cannot always rely on their bank to compensate them, a study suggests.
MPs are to debate whether abortion law should be devolved to the Scottish Parliament as they continue to examine the Scotland Bill.
Pope Francis arrives in Ecuador as part of his second trip to South America since becoming pontiff in 2013.
Events across the UK are being staged to commemorate the thousands of Muslim men and boys from Srebrenica killed by Bosnian Serb forces 20 years ago this week.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has told his ministers not to appear on the popular ABC talk show Q&A.
Lionel Richie soars to the top of the album chart following his triumphant show at Glastonbury.
Greece's rejection of an international bailout plan dominates the front pages, but there is also room for plenty of pictures of Princess Charlotte's christening.
Hugh Schofield interviews Florian Philippot, the man credited with a major role in the rise of the Front National in France.
Greece may have to quit the euro to rescue its banks.
The implications of reports the chancellor is planning to announce the BBC will have to meet the cost of free TV licences for over-75s are examined by correspondent Nick Higham.
Catheter use 'needs a rethink'
A Carli Lloyd-inspired USA win their third Women's World Cup after a dominant display to beat Japan 5-2 in the 2015 final in Vancouver.
Liverpool will name England Under-19s boss Sean O'Driscoll as their new assistant manager on Monday.
Lewis Hamilton says he was "tearing up" on his way to winning the British Grand Prix in front of a capacity Silverstone crowd.
Robert Streb putts five birdies with a sand wedge at the Greenbrier Classic, as Danny Lee claims victory in West Virginia.
Dina Asher-Smith runs a superb 100m to win the British title as a host of athletes qualify for the World Championships.
Greek voters overwhelmingly reject the terms of a bailout offered by international creditors.
Mainland Chinese shares surge nearly 8% on Monday despite the rest of Asian markets trading lower on Greece's rejection of austerity demands.
Chancellor George Osborne has identified how £12bn in promised welfare savings will be made, ahead of Wednesday's Budget, he tells the BBC.
Britain's biggest trade union Unite is backing veteran left-winger Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.
Renewed efforts are needed to vaccinate dogs against rabies, health experts warn.
BBC journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who has an aggressive form of leukaemia, says she has found a stem-cell donor following a public appeal.
Schools are on the verge of becoming exam factories that damage pupils' mental health and self-esteem, says the NUT.
The head of Cambridge University says it is "ludicrous" to include overseas students in UK migration targets.