Greece intends to keep repaying its debt, a government spokesman said, days after Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis warned it had run out of funds.
Business secretary Sajid Javid has told phone provider O2 to "sort it out" after complaints about users losing signals on their mobiles.
Ofcom says that changes to the billing structure of 08, 09 and 118 numbers will lead to cheaper calls for consumers.
Profit has jumped at the Vatican bank as it recovers from a bad year and overhauls its business.
European stocks close down after a Greek minister said that Athens would struggle to meet its upcoming debt payments.
Nigeria's fuel wholesalers say they have reached a deal with the government that should soon see the end of the crippling fuel crisis.
China will cut import taxes on consumer goods by an average of more than 50%, in a bid to kick-start its economy.
Japanese shares close at a 15-year high after data showed the country's trade account fell into a deficit in April, but was still better than expected.
Greece will not be able to make a debt repayment to the IMF due in early June as it does not have the money, the interior minister says.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid says he hopes to save firms more than £10bn by cutting red tape - but rejects a fresh move to make it easier to sack employees.
The apprenticeship system in Britain is "failing" and needs reform to address youth unemployment, a new report commissioned by the Local Government Association says.
The Bank of England confirms it is researching the financial risks of the UK leaving the EU after it "inadvertently" sent details of the project to the Guardian newspaper.
A family whose image was used in a poster campaign by the group opposing gay marriage in the Republic of Ireland say they were "naive" about stock photography websites.
Scottish councils have made a record profit from parking charges and fines, figures from the RAC Foundation show.
The governing People's Party in Spain has suffered heavy losses in regional and local elections.
The BBC's Steph McGovern reports on whether there is still a need for banks to have a high street presence, as people can access their account and perform most of their transactions online or over the phone.
The boss of InterContinental Hotel Group, Richard Solomons, talks about the company's 'made-for-China' hotels.
BBC News visited some tea stalls around Mumbai and asked ordinary Indians to rate Narendra Modi's first year in office.
Cunard ocean liners Queen Mary Two, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth have been reunited on the River Mersey in Liverpool.
The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder examines the economic record of the last year in India.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid says he will not be going back to the Beecroft proposals for no fault dismissals but hopes to cut over £10bn more red tape costs.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says if Greece left the euro, it would spell the end of Europe's common currency.
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