Jodie Whittaker has been announced as Doctor Who's 13th Time Lord - the first woman to get the role. While the majority of committed viewers delighted in the announcement on social media, others hit out at the decision.
Federer has become the first man to win eight Wimbledon titles and, at 35 years old, the oldest man in the open era to lift the trophy. Roger Federer sobbed after being crowned Wimbledon champion for a record eighth time after cruising through his 11th final at the tournament.
An American neurologist is travelling to the UK and is due to examine the terminally ill baby Charlie Gard today and tomorrow. He will assess whether Charlie is suitable for an experimental gene therapy he believes could have a 10% chance of improving muscle strength and bringing a small but significant improvement in brain function.
Home Office Minister Sarah Newton will outline the Government's strategy on combating acid attacks in the Commons today. East Ham MP, Stephen Timms, called a debate in the house to raise the issue of acid attacks. He said he would use it to press ministers to get acid treated in the same way as knives.
Brexit Secretary David Davis will attempt to reassure EU negotiators over Britain's plan to guarantee the future rights of European nationals living in the UK amid deep scepticism in Brussels. Mr Davis returns to the negotiating table in the Belgian capital for the second round of talks with the European Commission's chief negotiator Michel Barnier.