Payment firms are seeking to hold on to millions of pounds of customers' money owed to Thomas Cook Group in a move which underlines the financial pressures afflicting the 178-year-old tour operator.
Manchester City have beaten Watford to win the FA Cup, becoming the first men's team to win a domestic treble.
An east London soft drinks company - set up as part of a community art project – is "empowering" people to understand the effort that goes into picking, processing and producing drinks from scratch.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are celebrating their first wedding anniversary today, as a family of three with the arrival of baby Archie.
Preparations for a no-deal Brexit should be brought forward "at pace" if MPs do not back the prime minister's deal, the Brexit secretary has warned.
Labour's Brexit spokesman has suggested Theresa May could end parliamentary deadlock by including a "confirmatory" public vote as part of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) - as the PM claims to offer a "bold" new deal.
Police asked a McDonald's in Edinburgh not to sell ice cream or milkshakes during a rally run by Nigel Farage.
A new campaign is asking schools to pledge to go mobile phone free.
Bookies' favourite The Netherlands has won Eurovision, as Madonna ends up in hot water with organisers after showing Israeli and Palestinian flags during her performance.
The partner of murdered journalist Lyra McKee has led a rally in Belfast calling for same-sex marriage to be allowed in Northern Ireland.