Home Secretary Theresa May has called for the free movement of people within the EU to be limited to those who have a job.
Tony Blair has urged Labour party members to reject what he describes as the "Alice in Wonderland" politics of Jeremy Corbyn.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was assaulted in Manchester and later died.
The first African-American actor to ever play the lead on Broadway in Les Miserables has died at 21.
Thousands have signed a petition to stop two Indian sisters being gang-raped and paraded around a village naked with blackened faces as punishment for their brother's "crimes".
A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.
Jose Mourinho has hinted that some of his Chelsea squad may soon find their Stamford Bridge careers are over.
Crystal Palace condemned Chelsea to defeat in Jose Mourinho's 100th league home game as Bakary Sako and Joel Ward earned a shock 2-1 win.
Raheem Sterling scored his first Premier League goal for Manchester City as they beat Watford 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium.
West Ham stunned Liverpool 3-0 to win their first league game at Anfield in more than 50 years and end their hosts' unbeaten start to the season.
Glamour model Tila Tequila has been kicked out of the Celebrity Big Brother house for previously posting comments on social media saying she sympathised with Hitler.
Chrissie Hynde, founding member of the Pretenders, has courted criticism after saying that women should not complain if they dress provocatively and then get sexually assaulted.
A legal fight over the possessions of Robin Williams includes his large bicycle collection, books and artwork, a lawyer for the late actor's widow has said.
A new mini trailer for the new Star Wars instalment has been dropped via the movie's Instagram account.
China's economic slowdown is "unlikely to change" plans to increase interest rates in the UK, the Governor of the Bank of England has said.
HSBC has said all the payments that were held up by a computer glitch have now been processed.
London-based satellite operator Inmarsat today launched its third Global Xpress satellite as it looks to expand its next-generation network.
The man who set up the adultery website Ashley Madison has stepped down as CEO of its parent firm Avid Life Media after it was hacked.
Innovation Group, a London-listed software provider, is in advanced talks about a takeover by the US buyout firm Carlyle that will value it at around £500m.
An eight-year-old boy has been caught on a joyride with his two younger foster siblings.
Two fire crews were called to free a cow who got its head stuck in a garden chair.
Sheriff's deputies have interviewed more than a dozen girls called Destiny as part of an investigation into a prom invitation spray-painted on to a cliff in Idaho.
A thief has been caught on CCTV using dynamite to blast his way into a cash machine in Brazil.
Four people have been injured after they were caught in a giant sinkhole at a bus stop in China.
More than 30 civilians have been killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike at a factory in northern Yemen, according to a witness.
Afghan security forces have retaken the important district of Musa Qala - just days after it was lost to the Taliban.
Tens of thousands of people are protesting in Malaysia to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak over a financial scandal.
Vladimir Putin has been showing the world he's a political heavyweight, during a photoshoot at his gym in Sochi.