BBC News Headlines
Travellers to the UK from more than 70 places no longer have to self-isolate from Friday.
Wales had been the only part of the UK not to set a date for the reopening of indoor hospitality.
The actor tells a libel hearing events after Amber Heard's 30th birthday were a "fitting end" to their marriage.
A private funeral is being held as friends and fans also pay respects to the Forces' Sweetheart
An Office for National Statistics survey suggests just two-in-10 would be happy to dine indoors.
Manchester City will face Juventus or Lyon in the Champions League quarter-final if they overcome Real Madrid.
Manchester United are drawn against Istanbul Basaksehir or Copenhagen in the last eight of the Europa League, while Wolves may meet Sevilla or Roma.
The Scottish Premiership receives official permission to start the season on 1 August.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is ruled out for the remaining four games of the season with a knee injury, according to manager Jurgen Klopp.
Incorrect penalty decisions were made by the video assistant referee in all three of Thursday's games, BBC's Match of the Day is told.
England pace bowler Stuart Broad says he is "angry, frustrated and gutted" to have been left out of the first Test against West Indies in Southampton.
Frustrated England get their first wicket of the day as Dom Bess dismisses Shai Hope for 16 as the West Indies batsman edges to Ben Stokes at slip.
All 18 first-class counties will compete in a shortened red-ball tournament named in honour of Bob Willis.
England are dismissed for 204 thanks to West Indies captain Jason Holder's superb 6-42 on day two of the first Test at in Southampton.
John Campbell, who had already successfully reviewed two lbw decisions off James Anderson's bowling, is dismissed for 28 as the Lancashire bowler finally gets his man.
US immigration uses Google Translate to scan people's social media ? even though Google says: Er, don't do that
'Me encanta América... huh, so you're a terrorist?!'
Google recommends that anyone using its translation technology add a disclaimer that translated text may not be accurate.
Dunkin do-nots: Deep-fried cake maker didn't warn its sugar addicts that crooks raided web accounts, says NY AG
President facing impeachment probe, Brexit off the rails... but more importantly, your Dunkies account was potentially pwned
The US state of New York is suing food chain Dunkin Donuts for what is says is an illegal lapse in computer security.
New, faster protocol becomes a reality
The latest iteration of the ubiquitous HTTP internet protocol - version 3 - has hit the web.
San Francisco copper learns the hard way
A police chase came to an untimely end this week when the officer in pursuit realised his Tesla S was about to run out of juice.
'We understand the concerns' says Dropbox (not enough to change how it works, though)
A security engineer has complained that a feature of Dropbox Paper, a document collaboration tool, leaks email addresses by design.
Newcastle United News
Ex-England, Charlton and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker announces his retirement from football.
HMRC officers seized documents from Newcastle United as part of a tax fraud investigation.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Matz Sels joins Belgian champions Anderlecht on a season-long loan.
Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
Papiss Cisse leads the tributes at a memorial for former Newcastle team-mate Cheick Tiote, who died after collapsing in training in China.