The 8 things you might have missed this weekend


Theresa May's funding boost for the NHS is coming under intense scrutiny, the bill to rebuild a fire-ravaged Glasgow School of Art could be as much as £100m, and David Dimbleby is to step down from Question Time after 25 years.

Meanwhile, Harry Kane is in a bullish mood ahead of England's World Cup opener against Tunisia today and Brooks Koepka has defended his US Open title.

If you've been away from a screen or newspaper all weekend or want a summary, here's a quick recap of the main events.

  1. Stealth tax to pay for NHS boost
  2. 'Digital map ' could save Glasgow School of Art
  3. Billy Caldwell's mother demands 'outdated' cannabis laws be changed
  4. Dimbleby to leave Question Time after 25 years
  5. Melania Trump wades into separated children row
  6. Bullish Harry Kane sets sights on double
  7. Koepka snatches back-to-back US Open titles
  8. England in freefall after South Africa defeat

Click here to view report for the Telegraph.