Police say a man in his 50s was arrested and they are not looking for anyone else after the attack.
As the £20-a-week UC uplift is withdrawn, we ask three women how it will affect them.
Amazon 4-star near Dartford will sell a range of products which are bestsellers on its website.
Previews of Boris Johnson’s conference speech and rows with industry over shortages lead the papers.
Olympic shot putter Raven Saunders talks to BBC Sport about making a stand at Tokyo 2020, TikTok, LGBTQ+ visibility and putting her mental health first.
An employment tribunal accepts evidence of an “horrific” culture in part of Police Scotland.
Welsh cyclist Elinor Barker reveals she is expecting her first child and was pregnant when she won silver at the Tokyo Olympics.
Republic of Ireland striker Callum Robinson says he has chosen not to be vaccinated against Covid-19, despite twice contracting the virus.
The PM will promise a high-wage, high-skill economy, as he makes his Conservative conference speech.
Frances Haugen said Facebook researched youth addiction, yet did not act, in order to save profits.
The company rejects claims, made by an ex-employee to US Congress, that its products harm children.
Arsenal lose a game for the first time since February as Barcelona’s Asisat Oshoala haunts her old club in the Women’s Champions League.
Emma Radcuanu says it has been “pretty cool” to receive the congratulations of other players at Indian Wells, but now is the time to get back to business.
The vigil is being held in the town where the murder suspect was arrested.
The PM’s wife steals the show at a Tory LGBT+ event, but how much influence does she have?
A former employee tells the US Senate that the social media giant put profit before people.
France has accused the UK of not respecting post-Brexit commitments on fishing rights.
Wooden barracks at the death camp were spray-painted with English and German phrases.
The new additions include references to food, fashion and entertainment.
Is Tyson Fury too good for Deontay Wilder? Or will inactivity play a part in Saturday’s heavyweight clash? Plus, Mike Tyson praises Anthony Joshua in this week’s Fight Talk.
England showed “Western arrogance” by pulling out of their tour of Pakistan, says former West Indies bowler Michael Holding.
Women’s Tour of Britain debutant Clara Copponi moves into the overall lead as Amy Pieters wins a “hectic” stage two.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
Influencers react to Monday’s social media outage.
Conservative chairman Oliver Dowden says civil servants must set an example by returning to the office.
Watch the best goals from the latest round of the Women’s Super League, including Kim Little’s 150th Arsenal goal and Katie McCabe’s ‘spectacular’ 40-yard lob.
More policies cover the cost of behavioural treatment for pets as owners return to workplaces.
People around the world lose contact with their families and patients are cut off from doctors.
Gary Lineker tells the Match of the Day Top 10 podcast that Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward signed Cristiano Ronaldo on the phone during a visit to Gary’s garden.
The revived sitcom will return in December, says streaming service HBO Max.
The first minister admits that the app had caused “extreme frustration” for users and businesses.
Conservative donors linked to corruption scandals are in the spotlight after leak of financial documents
The pop star posts a 21-second clip of a black-and-white video for a song called Easy On Me.
Priti Patel has announced a policing inquiry during a Conservative conference focused on women’s safety.
A snapshot survey shows 2.5% of pupils were out of school for Covid-related reasons on Thursday.
Sir Philip and Lady Green spent millions as the retail chain they had off-loaded went to the wall.
Three models wore gold and silver necklaces shaped like nooses on the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week.
An actress and film director dock with the International Space Station in a first for Russia.
Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse replaces the injured Kalvin Phillips in the England squad for this month’s World Cup qualifiers.
A case review of toddler Lilly Hanrahan’s death shines a light on authorities’ knowledge of her murderer.
The Foreign Office says they discussed women’s rights and preventing terrorism in the country.
Experts fear that conflict in ‘the most dangerous place on earth’ might trigger a global war
Serial killer Stephen Port murdered four men between 2014-15 with fatal overdoses of the drug GHB.
British world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says he is already a boxing “great”, and his love of fighting is what motivates him.
Facebook says the outage, which lasted nearly six hours, was caused by a configuration change.
Will there be long-term consequences for children born in the pandemic?
England all-rounder Sam Curran is ruled out of the Twenty20 World Cup with a lower-back injury and replaced in the squad by his brother Tom.
Analysis of UK death registration data suggests very few people have died as direct result of Covid jab
Priti Patel and Dominic Raab unveil latest plans for cracking down on crime
England coach Shaun Wane returns to Wigan to head up a reshuffled backroom team of Matty Peet, Sean O’Loughlin and Lee Briers.
Andy Preston says he found out a year ago after his son was also diagnosed.
It will examine “systematic failures” that allowed him to continue to be an officer, the home secretary says.
Leaked files show earnings from a business which paid bribes to secure contracts were funnelled offshore.
Billions of users were affected by the outage – which also took down Whatsapp, Messenger and Instagram.
Social media giant’s share price is hit by global service outage and whistleblower allegations
The baby elephant was separated from its herd when it fell into a pit.
Britain’s 5,000m record holder Eilish McColgan admits she is “very hesitant” about training runs after dark.
The physics Nobel has been given for work to understand complex systems such as the Earth’s climate.
The prime minister says the economy is facing the “stresses and strains that you’d expect” after Covid.
The former special forces corporal is suing newspapers for defamation in case that renews spotlight on alleged military abuses