It has divided opinion for more than 60 years and the issue of Sunday trading hours is now back on the political agenda.
A rise in oil and gas output boosted UK industrial production in May, but manufacturing output fell for the second month in a row.
World powers and Iran will continue to work towards a nuclear deal even though they are likely to miss Tuesday's deadline, officials say.
Critics of an upcoming BBC Prom that will celebrate the dance sounds of Ibiza are branded "snobs and scaremongers" by Radio 3 presenter Suzy Klein.
Presenter James Naughtie is to leave Radio 4's Today programme and take on a new role as a special correspondent from early next year.
Zambian writer Namwali Serpell promises to split the winnings for this year's Caine Prize for African Writing, regarded as Africa's leading literary award, with all the runners up.
An elderly woman is sexually assaulted in Conwy county, and police are hunting a man in his 70s.
Authorities in the US have reported one person dead and several others injured after part of an ice cave collapse in Washington.
At least 20 people have been killed in a bomb attack in north-western Nigeria's Zaria city, a senior government official says.
Prime Minister David Cameron and London Mayor Boris Johnson lay wreaths in Hyde Park in memory of the victims killed in the 7/7 London bombings.
HSBC sacks employees who made an "abhorrent" video in which they pretended to be Islamic State militants carrying out a beheading.
Allegations that a politician stood to benefit from the sale of Nama's Northern Ireland property loan portfolio are being discussed by Stormont MLAs.
The BBC's forthcoming mini-computer gains features absent in an earlier prototype, but is also to be more bulky when used as a standalone device.
Rory Cellan-Jones goes hands-on with the final Micro Bit
A migrant dies on a freight shuttle trying to reach Britain, resulting in delays for cross-channel passengers and freight services.
Prime Minister David Cameron 'We think of the grace and the dignity of the victim's families'
Four charities are investigated by the Information Commissioner over claims fundraisers contacted vulnerable people on the government's "opt-out" database.
A record 25.4 million TV viewers in the US watched the Women's World Cup final, the country's biggest ever audience for a football game.
A zoo where a keeper was mauled to death by a tiger is charged with health and safety breaches.
The World Health Organization (WHO) lacks the "capacity and culture" to deal with global health emergencies, says the chair of a new independent report on Ebola.