David Cameron praises Conservative activists for their "duty and decency" and says he would never employ anyone who "sneered" at them.
A small cruise liner with 112 people on board runs aground in the waters of Oban Bay on the west coast of Scotland.
The government reaches agreement with Labour which will allow its bill to legalise gay marriage in England and Wales to proceed in Parliament.
The Church of Scotland's General Assembly has voted to allow gay people in civil partnerships to become ministers.
The FTSE 100 reaches its highest closing level since September 2000, with analysts saying that the index may climb further.
An investigation is under way after one Lancashire man died and two people, one of them a boy, were critically injured when a light aircraft crashed at Caernarfon Airport
Police search the Commons office of Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans in relation to a "serious arrestable offence".
Centre-back Dean Winnard and striker James Gray agree new one-year contracts to remain with Accrington Stanley.
League Two side Fleetwood Town tie down promising young striker Jamie Allen to a new two-year contract.
Andreas Arestidou, Joe McGee, Joe Mwasile and Chris Doyle sign new contracts with League Two side Morecambe.