Several papers turn their attention to Britain's future role in Europe as the PM "opens the door" to the prospect of an EU referendum.
A man wanted in connection with the suspected murder of a woman in Bristol is arrested by police.
Home Secretary Theresa May is reported to be planning changes to the test taken by foreign nationals who wish to become British citizens.
Voters in Mexico are due to elect a new president, after a campaign dominated by the economy and war on drugs.
A fund set up for those affected by an explosion in Oldham is "overwhelmed" with donations from the public, council says.
Shareholders "must get a stronger grip" to prevent corruption in banks, Business Secretary Vince Cable says in the wake of the Barclays scandal.
The funeral has taken place in Los Angeles of Rodney King, the African-American at the centre of the deadly riots in the US city 20 years ago.
Hong Kong is marking 15 years since its handover from UK to Chinese control, with big protests expected against visiting President Hu Jintao.
New tyres will start to be sold with a label intended to help guide drivers on how safe, fuel efficient and loud they are.
Why Iran feels US oil sanctions more than EU's
Some three million people have been left without power after violent storms hit the region around the US capital, Washington DC.
Burmese officials tell pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi to call the country by its official name, Myanmar.
Australia introduces its highly controversial carbon tax, targeting the country's 500 worst-polluting companies.
Squaring the circle over women bishops
The impact of the ban on smoking in public buildings
Euro 2012 final: Spain versus Italy in numbers
A new law comes into force in France making it compulsory for drivers to carry two breathalyser kits, in a move aimed at cutting drink-driving accidents.
How Germany is providing homes for Roma
Police identify a man who was stabbed to death at a shopping centre yards from the Olympic Park.
A programme that aims to spot men at risk of abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture is to be rolled out across Scotland.
The power to set a new drink-drive limit in Scotland is among those being transferred from Westminster to Holyrood this week.
A man is charged with murder after a homeless man is found strangled at Marble Arch in central London.
Getting married with 4,000 others on 1 July 1982
Thousands of military personnel, veterans and cadets are taking part in a series of parades across Scotland to mark Armed Forces day.
A new by-law bans people from swimming in the River Thames in London without prior permission from the Port of London Authority.
A harrier hawk used to scare pigeons away at Wimbledon's tennis championships has been stolen, police say.
Casey Stoner wins at Assen to move level on points with championship leader Jorge Lorenzo, who is forced out by an early crash.
Murder squad detectives questioning a 22-year-old man about a double stabbing in south Wales are given extra time to hold him.
A Coventry pub which turned away soldiers about to attend a comrade's funeral closes for Armed Forces Day over safety concerns.
East London residents are marching through Bow to demonstrate against the military's plans to install missiles on roofs for security during the Olympics.
Detectives launch a murder investigation as a shopkeeper dies in hospital two weeks after being attacked in his Paisley grocer.
A peer suspended by the Labour Party for allegedly offering a £10m bounty on the head of US President Barack Obama has suspension lifted.
Managers at Neath Port Talbot Hospital face changes in acute medical services this autumn because of difficulties recruiting enough doctors after a training shake-up.