Party members have until Monday evening to return their ballots for Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson.
The prime minister is expected to receive updates and discuss the security of shipping in the area.
The third in line to the throne is seen smiling in an England football shirt in images taken by his mother.
A night of violence saw dozens of masked men storming a train station and attacking passengers.
Ireland's Shane Lowry says he grew up "holing putts to win The Open" after winning his first major at Royal Portrush.
One woman says she experienced severe pain, tiredness, hair loss and allergies because of the condition.
The government says the move will help tackle "intimidation and aggression" used by some bailiffs.
The firm made "significant" profits at Brook House, where detainees were allegedly abused, a report finds.
Volodymyr Zelensky hopes to have a greater mandate for reform and sweep away the old guard of MPs.
David Briffaut, from Essex, broke his neck in an accident on a slide at a water park in Benidorm.
A full recall of remaining fire-prone dryers is launched, four years after the safety issue first emerged.
Mike Taggart "lost his whole world" when his mother Donna Crist was stabbed to death by her husband.
Most of the papers feature images of a beaming Prince George, released to mark his sixth birthday.
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Farmers say wind farms and mobile phone masts cause higher rates of animal mortality, but scientists say there's no evidence to prove it.
Temperatures in some US cities are dangerously high, with the East Coast particularly hard-hit.
British swimmer Adam Peaty breaks the 100m breaststroke world record with a time of 56.88, becoming the first man to go under 57 seconds.
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Young entrepreneur Marcin Kleczynski secretly ran his business Malwarebytes from his college dormitory.
The return of the Zimbabwean dollar has raised fears about a return to hyperinflation.
Allegations of appalling abuse involving priests have shaken the trust of many Poles in the Church.
With relationships strained, how will the new prime minister rally his American and European allies?
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Ireland's Shane Lowry claims a first major championship win of his career with a dominant six-shot victory at The Open at Royal Portrush.
New Zealand stun holders and 11-time champions Australia to win by a single goal in the 2019 Netball World Cup final in Liverpool.
Manchester United's illustrious history demands they start winning "big trophies", says midfielder Juan Mata says.
Australia retain the Women's Ashes and have an 8-2 lead in the multi-format series as they draw the Test with England at Taunton.
Britain's Simon Yates claims a second Tour de France stage win as defending champion Geraint Thomas reduces Julian Alaphilippe's lead.
Shane Lowry wins The Open ending his tournament with a round of 72 to end 15-under and beat Tommy Fleetwood into second by six shots at Royal Portrush.
Great Britain's Adam Peaty becomes the first man to swim under 57 seconds for the 100m breaststroke as he wins his semi-final at the World Championships in South Korea.
Dylan McNally was taken to his prom in a convoy after his mother requested a car on Facebook.
Sammy the wrinkly reptile watched his owners celebrate their special day from a custom-made shed.
Many people really don't like being alone. They feel lonely. For others, however, solitude can be a source of ecstasy.
An Albanian says his photo was used without permission, but the European Commission disputes this.
An app that transforms photos of people's faces into younger and older versions has gone viral.
More than half of coastal communities in England might see a fall in the number of residents under 30.
Bin collections, cleaning and school dinners could be taken back in-house under the party's plans.
Experts fear that for some vulnerable girls, secondary school lessons on the issue will be too late.
The City of Culture status is awarded by the government every four years with Hull the current holder.
The figures, which are across the UK, are 'deeply worrying', say the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Airport chiefs hope to have the standby runway open for business by the mid-2020s.
Eleven years after dropping out from her degree Ellie Goulding is honoured by her former university.
Three boats are intercepted by the Border Force as more migrants attempt Channel crossings.
Brian Reader, who was told to pay back millions, could avoid a return to jail due to his dementia.
Wealden Sailability provides sailing experiences for disabled people from its base in Chipstead.
David Wilkins, who is blind and deaf, accepted an internship but returned to find his benefits cut.
Albert Souetaert was just 15 when he saved a Canadian pilot, after seeing him shot down in Normandy.
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Fidel Edwards and Alex Blake steal the show for Birmingham Bears and Kent Spitfires in spectacular T20 Blast wins.
Kent and Derbyshire both begin their 2019 T20 Blast campaigns with victories, beating Somerset and Yorkshire.
Wales international Jonny Williams re-signs with Charlton, having been released by the Championship club in May.
2. Brits would rather cancel Brexit than leave without a deal. The British public would rather cancel Brexit or hold a second referendum than face a no-deal on 31 October if the new prime minister cannot agree a fresh agreement, according to a new survey. The poll found 43 per cent of voters would opt for revoking the decision to leave the EU over a disorderly Brexit, which was backed by 38 per cent. The Independent
3. Working long hours is bad for our health. A recent study has shown that long days of 10 hours or more increase our risk of stroke, adding another black mark to the list of issues already associated with failing to switch off, such as poor mental health and weight gain. Britons have a longer working week than anyone else in the European Union, clocking up 42.3 hours per week on average. The World Economic Forum points to concerns around automation, slow wage growth, and increasing underemployment. The Times
4. It’s not easy being the “only one” at work. Minorities in the office have fewer role models, lack a sense of community and are under pressure to keep up and outperform their peers. Female employees who are the only women in the office are 50% more inclined to quit their jobs, according to a McKinsey & Company and Lean In survey of 64,000 workers. Some ways to embrace being an “only” in the office are recognising the bias and creating relationships with allies over time. New York Times
5. How can men help women gain equality in the workplace? Champion female colleagues rather than talking over them. A recent study of male managers revealed that 60% were uncomfortable participating in a common work activity with a woman, and many men say the MeToo era has them paranoid about being hauled in front of HR. But the solution is simple: mentor women, support them, and don't harass them. [MORE]
6. For young employees, relocating pays off. For workers aged 18 to 34, relocating abroad boosted their earnings by 35%, according to HSBC’s new Expat survey. The benefits were smaller for older workers, with those between 35 and 54 seeing a 24% bump and those 55 and over gaining just 9% from moving overseas. Switzerland was ranked the top destination to live and work after Singapore held the top spot for five consecutive years. CNBC
7. Obesity causes more cases of cancer than smoking. Obesity is a more common cause of four types of cancer than smoking, a new billboard campaign by Cancer Research UK is warning. The charity says bowel, kidney, ovarian and liver cancers are more likely to be caused by being overweight than by smoking tobacco. The Times notes that 15 million Britons are obese, while six million adults smoke - a reversal of the situation in the early 1990s. BBC
8. Use of high street banks in decline. By 2021, more people in the UK will use apps to do all their banking than visit physical branches, according to research - and within another three years, 71% will opt to bank solely using their mobile phone. The trend comes as digital banks like Monzo, Revolut and Starling [my bank of choice] attract customers with their focus on accessibility and user experience. But are there downsides to this trend? Outside of major cities, high street banks undoubtedly provide a critical service. The Guardian
9. The BBC’s talent bill grows by £11m. While a handful of male stars took a pay cut, Gary Lineker remained the BBC’s highest earner, taking home £1.75m. Radio 2’s Zoe Ball and political editor Laura Kuenssberg were among those to receive pay rises as the BBC’s talent bill topped £158m. Last month, the BBC announced it was scrapping free TV licenses for two-thirds of Britons over 75. Meanwhile, TV licence sales have fallen for the first time in a decade. The Telegraph
10. The bottom line. 340,498 people moved from London to other parts of the UK last year – 103,228 more than arrived in the capital from the regions. Office of National Statistics
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Irish deputy PM Simon Coveney says that Ireland would have to put trade checks in place in the event of a no deal Brexit.
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Presenter Andrew Neil says farewell as the late-night politics show come to end after 16 years.
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In a UK first, a 7m high barrier of sand is being created to help stop the coastline from crumbling.
Primary school head teachers say their pupils are repeatedly rejected for mental health support.
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Adil Rashid was greeted by hundreds of people outside his uncle's shop in Bradford.
Hip-hop lover Nicholas Uzoka was given permission to rap instead of write his final coursework.
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Two Scottish wildcat kittens have been born in a captive breeding programme in the Highlands.
When Rose Brown was aged 12, she was hit by a drink driver and left unable to walk or talk. She's now been able to choose how she sounds.
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