Bahraini protester @MoosaAkrawi, who tonight took to the roof of the Bahraini embassy in London to protest the imminent execution of two detainees, has been arrested by British police. He says embassy staff hit him with wooden boards before he was detained
Chessington: The victim was pronounced dead on Moor Lane at 00:13. The suspect vehicle - a Ford S Max was found burnt out on Cyclamen Way in Epsom, Surrey - approx 1 mile from the crime scene. The young man was left to die in the road and was found by his friends.
Downing Street says Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Donald Trump have agreed to start talks about a free trade deal as soon as possible after the UK leaves the European Union
US President discusses tension over Iran with British PM
Trump says had first call with "great" British PM Johnson
Russian Foreign Ministry warns British media of reciprocal measures after Ofcom fines RT for failing to be impartial
The Met Office says it has received a new provisional figure of 38.7C at Cambridge University Botanic Garden yesterday which would make it the hottest day on record
National Air Traffic services says a technical problem at a control centre in Swanwick has been resolved and air traffic flow rates will improve throughout the rest of the day
Metropolitan Police says a 51-year-old man has been arrested at Gatwick Airport on suspicion of terror offences adding the arrest is not linked to a "UK-based threat or threat to the airport"
Ofcom has fined the Russian news channel RT £200,000 for "serious failures to comply" with its impartiality rules for broadcasters
Juncker tells Johnson Brexit deal can't be changed: official
French Defense Minister: Paris, London and Berlin decide to coordinate their forces in the Gulf region
Brussels transmits to the Twenty-seven that Johnson's demands are unacceptable
Metropolitan Police says four teenage boys aged between 15 and 17 have been charged with an aggravated hate crime over a homophobic attack against two women on a London night bus on 30 May
The Met Office says a temperature of 37.7C has been recorded in Kew Gardens in London making it the second hottest day on record
The Met Office says a temperature of 36.9C has been recorded at Heathrow Airport setting a new record temperature for July
says he has a "strong desire" to increase @DefenceHQ spending, particularly with investment in building more @RoyalNavy warships
Sky News has learnt a Royal Navy warship has been tasked with accompanying British-flagged vessels through the Strait of Hormuz
Prime Minister Boris Johnson: 'I have today instructed to make preparations his top priority'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson: 'I hope the EU will be equally ready and will rethink their current refusal to make any changes to the WA, if they do not... we will have to leave' with No Deal
Prime Minister Boris Johnson: 'I, and all ministers, are committed to leaving before Oct 31st whatever the circumstances'
Daredevil French inventor Franky Zapata has failed in his attempt to fly across the Channel from France to Britain standing on a jet-powered "flyboard", having to be rescued after falling into the sea, his team says
Boris Johnson is due to address MPs in the House of Commons for the first time since becoming Prime Minister
Brandon Lewis has been appointed Home Office Minister and he will also attend Cabinet
Jacob Rees-Mogg has been appointed Leader of the House of Commons and Lord President of the Council and he will also attend Cabinet
Alister Jack has been confirmed as Scotland Secretary
Julian Smith has been appointed Northern Ireland Secretary
Alok Sharma has been appointed International Development Secretary
Andrea Leadsom has been appointed Business Secretary
Gavin Williamson has been appointed Education Secretary