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1 Results of new-style GCSEs due

Results of new-style GCSEs due

The wait for the GCSE grades - the first to be awarded under the new system in England - is over.
2 Middle-aged told to walk faster

Middle-aged told to walk faster

Health officials warn falling activity rates as people age are putting their health at risk.
3 Dutch gig cancelled over terror tip-off

Dutch gig cancelled over terror tip-off

A Spanish van carrying gas canisters is found, after the concert is called off following an alert.
4 UK government to investigate impact of overseas students

UK government to investigate impact of overseas students

The Home Office is to launch a study into the impact on the labour market, as migration figures are released.
5 Confederate statues covered in Charlottesville

Confederate statues covered in Charlottesville

The city council voted to shroud the American Civil War monuments after an angry meeting.
6 Australia dual citizen saga: Court to hear cases in October

Australia dual citizen saga: Court to hear cases in October

The highest court will not test the eligibility of seven politicians until October.
7 Food industry warns of Brexit workforce shortage

Food industry warns of Brexit workforce shortage

The food industry warns that a Brexit workforce shortage could leave a third of its businesses unviable.
8 Brazil opens vast Amazon reserve to mining

Brazil opens vast Amazon reserve to mining

The area, which spans the northern states of Amapa and Para, is thought to be rich in gold.
9 Brake urges rural road practice for young drivers

Brake urges rural road practice for young drivers

Road safety charity Brake says compulsory practice for new drivers on rural roads could save lives.
10 UK car production revs up in July

UK car production revs up in July

About 136,000 vehicles rolled out of British factories last month, up almost 8% from last July.
11 Lithium in tap water may cut dementia

Lithium in tap water may cut dementia

The naturally occurring element may reduce the risk of the disease.
12 Macarena teenage dancer released in Saudi Arabia

Macarena teenage dancer released in Saudi Arabia

Authorities had accused the 14-year-old boy of "improper public behaviour" after a viral video hit.
13 The Papers: 'No-brakes cyclist' and migration mistake

The Papers: 'No-brakes cyclist' and migration mistake

A cyclist who fatally injured a pedestrian and lower migration figures make Thursday's front pages.
14 'The greatest gift you can give is forgiveness': Growing up a sex worker’s daughter

'The greatest gift you can give is forgiveness': Growing up a sex worker’s daughter

Laal Batti Express explores how the daughters of Mumbai's red light district found power in forgiveness.
15 One came to applaud Trump, the other to boo

One came to applaud Trump, the other to boo

The country remains divided and the president's rally in Phoenix showed the chasm.
16 'It's unfair. I came to the UK aged six'

'It's unfair. I came to the UK aged six'

Estelle Dragan has lived in the UK since she was six, but her application for permanent residence has been rejected.
17 Radio 4's Shipping Forecast reaches 150 years old

Radio 4's Shipping Forecast reaches 150 years old

Here's why we love Radio 4's iconic weather report, for the seas around the British Isles.
18 Should we ban nuts in public places?

Should we ban nuts in public places?

As hospital admissions for allergies rise, what should people reasonably do to protect sufferers?
19 Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor: UFC champion wants to continue in MMA and boxing

Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor: UFC champion wants to continue in MMA and boxing

Conor McGregor wants to continue both a mixed martial arts and boxing career after Saturday's super bout with Floyd Mayweather.
20 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
21 Sophie Lancaster murder: Are young people still scared to be goths?

Sophie Lancaster murder: Are young people still scared to be goths?

Ten years after Sophie Lancaster was killed for being different, we talk to the alternative community.
22 Will fairy tale Białowieża forest survive Poland’s fight with the EU?

Will fairy tale Białowieża forest survive Poland’s fight with the EU?

Campaigners in Poland are worried about the future of one of Europe's last primeval forests, as the Polish government defies an EU order to stop logging there.
23 How Sicilian oranges are being made into clothes

How Sicilian oranges are being made into clothes

The Italian island has found a range of innovative and sustainable ways of re-using citrus rinds.
24 Five pop stars turned fashion designers

Five pop stars turned fashion designers

How the likes of Victoria Beckham and Kanye West made the move from pop to fashion.
25 New GCSEs: Nine things about nine things

New GCSEs: Nine things about nine things

The top grade for GCSEs will be a 9. This could be a big break for the nearly number.
26 The Egyptian girl who became a Scottish man

The Egyptian girl who became a Scottish man

Born female and Egyptian, Adam is now fully male and fully Glaswegian and the subject of a play.
27 Kim Wall: An ‘exceptional’ journalist remembered

Kim Wall: An ‘exceptional’ journalist remembered

Kim Wall's family and friends don't want her death to overshadow her powerful and prolific work.
28 The most popular hashtags

The most popular hashtags

The # symbol was given a whole new meaning by Twitter and is now a big part of the social media platform.
29 Liverpool 4-2 1899 Hoffenheim (agg 6-3)

Liverpool 4-2 1899 Hoffenheim (agg 6-3)

Liverpool produce a stunning attacking display against Hoffenheim to ensure a record five English sides will compete in the Champions League group stage.
30 Davinson Sanchez: Tottenham complete signing of Ajax defender on six-year deal

Davinson Sanchez: Tottenham complete signing of Ajax defender on six-year deal

Tottenham complete the signing of centre-back Davinson Sanchez from Ajax for a reported club record £42m deal.
31 Wayne Rooney international retirement: How will history judge his England career?

Wayne Rooney international retirement: How will history judge his England career?

Wayne Rooney has retired from England duty after 53 goals in 119 games, but how will history judge his international career?
32 Belgian Grand Prix: Why F1's title battle is perfectly poised

Belgian Grand Prix: Why F1's title battle is perfectly poised

Thanks to the varying strengths and weaknesses of Ferrari and Mercedes, we could be in for a thrilling second half to the season.
33 Vuelta a Espana: Chris Froome extends lead as Alexey Lutsenko wins

Vuelta a Espana: Chris Froome extends lead as Alexey Lutsenko wins

Britain's Chris Froome extends his Vuelta a Espana lead behind Alexey Lutsenko's breakaway stage-five win in Alcossebre.
34 Newcastle United 2-3 Nottingham Forest (AET)

Newcastle United 2-3 Nottingham Forest (AET)

Nottingham Forest score in extra time to hand Newcastle a third consecutive defeat in a thrilling EFL Cup tie at St James' Park.