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Veterans demand Commons debate on review into past armed forces gay ban
Campaigners are accusing the government of failing on its key pledges over LGBT veterans ban.
11.12.2023 - 10:28

UK to give two Royal Navy minehunter ships to Ukraine
It forms part of a wider effort to bolster Ukraine's abilities at sea, as the war with Russia continues.
11.12.2023 - 10:20

Paris Ritz: Missing €750k ring found in hotel vacuum bag
The owner has said she left the ring on a table in her hotel room but when she returned it was gone.
11.12.2023 - 10:12

Santa uses RAF helicopter to deliver presents to Oxfordshire Children's Hospital
The Santa Drop is organised by RAF Benson and is now in its fifth year.
11.12.2023 - 09:28

Teenage children of jailed Narges Mohammadi accept her Nobel Peace Prize
In a speech smuggled from prison and read out by her twins, Narges Mohammadi denounces "tyrannical" Iran.
11.12.2023 - 09:17

Article 370: India Supreme Court upholds repeal of Kashmir's special status
In August 2019, the federal government had stripped the state of Jammu and Kashmir of its special status.
11.12.2023 - 08:15

Investec Champions Cup: Six talking points from the opening weekend as Marcus Smith stars
Champions Cup talking points as Marcus Smith shows his class, Leinster finally beat La Rochelle and Manu Tuilagi returns.
11.12.2023 - 07:39

'Cancer found in pregnancy has robbed me of seeing my baby grow'
There are concerns signs of cancer in pregnant women are being dismissed as pregnancy symptoms.
11.12.2023 - 07:03

UCKG: Church pastor tells boy 'evil spirit' hides in him
BBC Panorama filmed undercover at a Universal Church of the Kingdom of God youth group service.
11.12.2023 - 07:00

The Papers: Sunak 'fights for his future' ahead of Rwanda vote
The PM could face threats to his leadership if MPs oppose his migration plans, several of Monday's front pages predict.
11.12.2023 - 06:15

Australia to halve immigration and toughen English test
The annual intake is to be slashed to 250,000, with housing and infrastructure already under strain.
11.12.2023 - 05:51

Javier Milei: New president tells Argentina 'shock treatment' looms
The country's new far-right president vows to launch a radical economic programme as he is sworn in.
11.12.2023 - 03:46

Mar-a-Lago: The billion dollar question at heart of Trump fraud trial
Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago property has been valued between $18m and $1bn, so what's it really worth?
11.12.2023 - 02:39

How chocolate became the winter beverage of choice
The ceremony of supping hot chocolate has been a tradition in the capital since the 17th Century.
11.12.2023 - 02:20

Eat Out to Help Out: What was the impact of the scheme?
How much did the scheme help the economy and affect the spread of Covid? 
11.12.2023 - 02:18

Mosquito-borne disease risk looms for UK - study
Diseases like dengue fever could be common if little is done to tackle climate change, report warns.
11.12.2023 - 02:14

'The law needs to catch up on student mental health'
A High Court case is looking at whether universities owe a duty of care towards their students.
11.12.2023 - 02:04

Why Wagner is winning hearts in the Central African Republic
The BBC visits the Central African Republic to see why Russian Wagner forces are so popular there.
11.12.2023 - 01:55

Street drugs stronger than heroin linked to 54 deaths in UK
Synthetic opioids are being produced in illicit labs in China, the UK's National Crime Agency says.
11.12.2023 - 01:44

Elite Afghan troops face return to Taliban after UK 'betrayal'
About 200 British-trained special forces soldiers are in danger as Pakistan expels undocumented foreigners.
11.12.2023 - 01:42

The pro gamer who has to rely upon sound alone
How video games are continuing to become more accessible for people with impaired vision.
11.12.2023 - 01:37

New Zealand smoking ban: Māori mourn loss of hard-won smoking reform
The model for an end to tobacco had been pushed for decades by New Zealand's Indigenous people.
11.12.2023 - 01:26

Tottenham 4-1 Newcastle: How Richarlison revived Spurs
Match of the Day 2's Shay Given and Micah Richards analyse how Richarlison helped revive Tottenham in their 4-1 Premier League win over Newcastle.
11.12.2023 - 01:01

Tottenham 0-4 Man Utd: Melvine Malard scores twice in convincing win
Watch highlights as a ruthless Manchester United beat Tottenham 4-0 in the Women's Super League at Brisbane Road.
11.12.2023 - 01:01

Zelensky's intense-looking chat with Hungary's Orban
His exchange with the man threatening to block Ukraine's EU aspirations comes ahead of a visit to the US.
11.12.2023 - 00:39

I'm A Celebrity winner named after Sam Thompson, Tony Bellew and Nigel Farage made final
Sam Thompson, Tony Bellew and Nigel Farage were the last men standing on the reality TV show.
11.12.2023 - 00:33

MOTD2 analysis: 'I think they will still win the league' - is Man City’s 'mini-crisis' over?
Manchester City returned to winning ways against Luton on Sunday, but are last year's Treble-winners in the right shape to mount another title bid?
11.12.2023 - 00:00


Garth Crooks' Team of the Week: Alisson, McGinn, Silva, Salah, Son
Which players impressed our football pundit Garth Crooks enough to make his latest Team of the Week?
10.12.2023 - 23:04

Manchester scientist escapes Gaza after threat of attack
Mohammed Ghalayini, who stayed to help relatives, reaches Egypt after an Israeli evacuation warning.
10.12.2023 - 19:34

Israel-Gaza war: Video shows Gaza detainees allegedly 'surrendering guns' - what we know
A man in his underwear is filmed laying down weapons - but there are questions about what happened.
10.12.2023 - 18:59

Australian swimmers approach sperm whale 'dangerously close' to shore
The sperm whale strayed into shallow waters, which caught the attention of swimmers.
10.12.2023 - 18:42

India v England: Tourists miss chance to seal series clean sweep
England miss the chance to record a series clean sweep over India after falling to a five-wicket defeat in the third and final T20 in Mumbai.
10.12.2023 - 18:23

How the war changed Russia’s climate agenda
Never an enthusiastic participant in green initiatives, Russia, Europe's energy powerhouse, has pushed climate change further down its list of priorities following the invasion of Ukraine. 
10.12.2023 - 18:18


Palestinian recounts being stripped and driven away by Israeli army
The BBC speaks to one of the men seen being detained, who was later released.
09.12.2023 - 13:19

Hamas hostages: Stories of the people taken from Israel
It is thought more than 100 Israelis are still being held hostage in Gaza after the 7 October attacks.
09.12.2023 - 13:14

Israel-Gaza: The status quo is smashed. The future is messy and dangerous
Even when the war between Israel and Hamas ends, there is no easy future, the BBC's Jeremy Bowen says.
09.12.2023 - 10:48


Hamas claims Israeli operation ended in hostage death
The group releases video it says shows the aftermath of a failed attempt to free a hostage held in Gaza.
08.12.2023 - 23:08

Images show major damage to Gaza's oldest mosque
Hamas accuses Israel of causing the damage to the medieval Omari mosque, Israel has not yet commented.
08.12.2023 - 20:38

Palestinians mourn writer killed in air strike
Writer and literary scholar Refaat Alareer was killed in an air strike on Wednesday, his family say.
08.12.2023 - 20:19

Video shows stripped Palestinian men detained in Gaza
Pictures on social media show dozens of men in their underwear being guarded by Israeli troops in north Gaza.
08.12.2023 - 17:38

Al-Mawasi: Gaza humanitarian zone not humane, evacuees say
Israel has told civilians to shelter in a "safe" zone, but people say it is not fit for people to stay in.
08.12.2023 - 15:44

Gaza Strip in maps: How life has changed in two months
Find out how much has changed in the Gaza Strip since Israel began its military response to Hamas's attacks on 7 October.
08.12.2023 - 11:29

The Israeli woman still helping sick Palestinians
Volunteers used to drive sick Gazans to hospital. Hamas's attack on 7 October changed everything.
08.12.2023 - 06:01


Israel war cabinet minister's son killed in Gaza fighting
Gadi Eisenkot's son Gal, 25, died after a tunnel shaft exploded in northern Gaza, Israeli media say.
07.12.2023 - 20:16

Hundreds queue for food in central Gaza city
As hunger spreads, the UN says it can no longer run a dependable humanitarian operation.
07.12.2023 - 20:02

Bringing Nova festival attack survivors back from darkness
"I just wanted them to be held": Inside the centre helping survivors of the 7 October attacks.
07.12.2023 - 06:59


'I'm helpless' - Gaza doctor tells of desperate situation
Dr Ahmed Moghrabi told the BBC there's a scarcity of food, water, medicine and he cannot operate on patients.
06.12.2023 - 22:50

Israel hostages in Gaza: We have evidence their health worsening, say families
A three-hour meeting between freed hostages and Israel's leaders turned tense, observers say.
06.12.2023 - 17:18

Israeli settler violence brings destruction and fear to West Bank as war rages
Attacks including fatal shootings of Palestinians by Jewish settlers have risen sharply since 7 October.
06.12.2023 - 07:00


Energy saving tips: Five ways to cut costs this winter
Energy prices will be lower this winter than last - but you may be able to save even more on your bill.
23.11.2023 - 17:22


How to save money even when the budget is tight
The interest paid on savings is better than anything seen for years, so how can you save when bills are rising?
24.09.2023 - 01:19


Renting: Three ways to win the race to securing a property
From being first in the queue to being more flexible, here are some tips on how to get ahead in the rental race.
29.03.2023 - 01:14


Six tips for getting a job if you're over 50
Recruiters and charities give their advice for anyone wanting to get back into work.
16.03.2023 - 12:05


Buy now, pay later: Things you need to know about the loan schemes
With the winter sales season in full swing here's what you need to know before borrowing money.
26.12.2022 - 01:22