The premise was simple: An hour-long TV show to examine whether - after the killing of George Floyd, all those toppled statues and tensions on the streets of major cities - anything has really changed for black people in Britain over the last six months.
Diego Maradona's funeral sparked violent clashes in Argentina, after thousands of football fans were unable to get a glimpse of their hero's coffin.
Boris Johnson is facing a revolt from his own MPs after it emerged that 99% of England's population will fall under the two toughest coronavirus tiers when lockdown ends next week.
The chancellor has defended cutting the foreign aid budget, telling Sky News: "This is about trying to focus on the priorities that the British people have at a time of enormous difficulty."
A female racing pigeon from Belgium called New Kim has been sold for a record €1.6m (£1.4m) to a mystery Chinese buyer at an online auction.
Tributes are pouring in for the legendary footballer Diego Maradona, who has died at the age of 60.
Boris Johnson has raised the prospect of a New Year lockdown if Britons ease off in the fight against coronavirus - as his chief medic warned people not to hug elderly relatives at Christmas.
Donald Trump has moved a step closer to conceding the US election.
Iran has released a British-Australian academic it had accused of spying in exchange for three Iranians being held abroad, according to the country's state TV.
England's strengthened three-tier lockdown system will come into force when the country's lockdown ends on 2 December.
The Duchess of Cambridge has unveiled the findings of the UK's biggest-ever study on raising children under five, highlighting that parents often feel judged and many have felt increasingly lonely and isolated during the pandemic.
AstraZeneca - the company collaborating with Oxford University on a coronavirus vaccine - is set to run an extra trial of the jab.
The husband of the NHS Test and Trace scheme's boss has joined a growing number of Conservative MPs in expressing their anger at the allocation of new coronavirus restrictions.
Online fashion retailer Boohoo has appointed one of Britain's best-known former judges to keep tabs on a shake-up of its supply chain following a scandal over the treatment of workers.
After four years of politics and prevarication, Brexit is about to become a test of competence rather than conviction.
It was Kate Stewart's birthday on the day the government dished out the new tiers for England.
A major landmark in construction of the world's biggest offshore wind farm was achieved today when the power generator SSE and Equinor, its Norwegian partner, reached 'financial close' on the first two phases of the project on Dogger Bank in the North Sea.
The world's most expensive handbag has been created to help raise awareness of ocean pollution.
Donald Trump has pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI during an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
A mysterious monolith has been discovered in a remote part of the United States.
Two of Britain's biggest pub operators have revealed hundreds of job losses as the sector faces what it claims are "exceptionally harsh" restrictions under the new tier system.
Ethiopia's prime minister has said the army is moving in on the capital of the northern Tigray region after his 72-hour ultimatum for rebel leaders to lay down their arms expired.
A new blood test that could help detect the early signs of more than 50 types of cancer is set to be piloted across England by the NHS.
Boris Johnson must commit to weekly reviews of the coronavirus tiers dictating the ability of pubs, restaurants and nightclubs to trade during the remaining months of the coronavirus pandemic, scores of hospitality chefs will warn on Thursday.