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Hurricane Ophelia: Three people die as storm hits Ireland
Thousands are without power as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia reaches the British Isles.
16.10.2017 - 22:55

Brexit negotiations should accelerate, say May and Juncker
Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker say their working dinner was "constructive and friendly".
16.10.2017 - 22:25

Einstein’s waves detected in star smash
Scientists detect the warping of space generated by the collision of two neutron stars.
16.10.2017 - 16:20

Sean Hughes: Comedian, actor and writer dies aged 51
Tributes are paid to the former Never Mind the Buzzcocks captain.
16.10.2017 - 17:13

Malta blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia dies in car bomb attack
Government critic Daphne Caruana Galizia dies in an attack the PM calls "barbaric".
16.10.2017 - 22:26

Trump denigrates Obama over false fallen soldier claim
The president falsely claimed his predecessor had not contacted the families of fallen US soldiers.
16.10.2017 - 23:24

'Smoke smell' forces flights to land at UK airports
Airlines British Airways, Flybe, Easyjet and Auringy say the smells are linked to weather conditions.
16.10.2017 - 18:43

Spain and Portugal battle deadly wildfires
The approach of Hurricane Ophelia has brought strong winds that have fanned the flames.
16.10.2017 - 20:44

Daimler recalls 400,000 Mercedes-Benz cars in the UK
More than a million vehicles worldwide are being recalled over a potential airbag safety issue.
16.10.2017 - 23:35

Two Catalan separatists in Spanish custody
A Spanish judge orders the detention of two Catalan pro-independence leaders accused of sedition.
16.10.2017 - 23:45

UK TV drama about North Korea hit by cyber-attack
The TV series Opposite Number was cancelled following a cyber-attack in 2014.
16.10.2017 - 19:20

Rochdale inquiry: Boy 'was raped by Cyril Smith'
An ex-Knowl View pupil's statement says he was "frogmarched" to a room where the late MP attacked him
16.10.2017 - 21:46

Rugby star feared for hand after lion bite
Wales hooker Scott Baldwin tells the BBC Rugby Union Weekly podcast he could have lost a hand after being bitten by a lion.
16.10.2017 - 20:12

'It's not the apocalypse' - but what is it?
What has caused the red-looking sun reported across parts of England?
16.10.2017 - 17:59

Duchess of Cambridge joins Paddington for a dance
Catherine joined Princes William and Harry at Paddington Station for a charity event.
16.10.2017 - 15:25

'A wedding, a house and a motorbike - and no debt'
Luke says staying out of major debt is achievable if you plan your finances and make sacrifices.
16.10.2017 - 17:53

New Great Western Railway launch beset with problems
The first of the new GWR trains was more than 20 minutes late and suffered from leaking air-con.
16.10.2017 - 12:45

Michael Fish revisits 1987's Great Storm
His weather forecast famously preceded the Great Storm - but what did Michael Fish do next?
16.10.2017 - 01:16

How 'MeToo' is exposing the scale of sexual abuse
Women and men are sharing personal stories to highlight the magnitude of sexual harassment
16.10.2017 - 12:50

Michael Jackson's choreographer Kenny Ortega introduces the next Zac Efron
High School Musical choreographer Kenny Ortega introduces the next Zac Efron
16.10.2017 - 01:15

Where are the best motorway services in England?
All 112 motorway service stations are ranked. Where is your favourite?
16.10.2017 - 13:32


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15.09.2017 - 11:16


'My #MeToo experience is sadly typical'
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan shares her personal story of sexual harassment during her working life.
16.10.2017 - 18:27

Jonny Bairstow on his dad, Cape Town, Geoffrey Boycott and Jonny Wilkinson
England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow opens up to Michael Vaughan in a special interview for BBC Radio 5 live.
16.10.2017 - 07:06

China congress: How authorities censor your thoughts
The BBC's Stephen McDonell examines China's clampdown on free speech ahead of the party congress.
16.10.2017 - 01:47

How the humble S-bend made modern toilets possible
Designed in 1775, the S-bend was key to the flushing toilet, and public sanitation as we know it.
16.10.2017 - 01:48

Photos from 1970s show life in Manchester's Moss Side
The images paint a very different picture of one of Manchester's most notorious neighbourhoods.
16.10.2017 - 01:51

Why I secretly taped my disability assessment
Some ill and disabled people are so worried about the process, they are using mobile phones to secretly record those interviews, critics say.
16.10.2017 - 04:42

London's role in the Russian Revolution
How events in London in the early 20th Century played a vital role in the lead up to the Russian Revolution.
16.10.2017 - 10:18

Transgender girl says it was change sex or die
Ellen - one of the first primary school children to transition in the UK - lets readers into her inner world.
16.10.2017 - 02:18

Young and in the red: Personal debt in five charts
Young people are three times as likely to put essential items on credit as those over the age of 55.
16.10.2017 - 01:29

Newcastle United for sale: Chris Waddle 'feels sympathy' for Mike Ashley
Chris Waddle feels "some sympathy" for Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, but fans are sceptical after he puts the club up for sale.
16.10.2017 - 23:37

Leicester City 1-1 West Bromwich Albion
Riyad Mahrez's first goal of the season rescues a point for struggling Leicester City against West Bromwich Albion.
16.10.2017 - 23:46

Anthony Joshua v Kubrat Pulev: Injured Bulgarian is replaced by Carlos Takam
Anthony Joshua will defend his IBF and WBA heavyweight world titles against Carlos Takam after Kubrat Pulev pulls out injured.
16.10.2017 - 23:10

Warren Gatland 'done' with British & Irish Lions and will not lead South Africa tour
Wales boss Warren Gatland says he "won't subject himself" to taking charge of the British and Irish Lions in 2021.
16.10.2017 - 23:05

FA Cup first-round draw: Hyde United to host MK Dons
Northern Premier League Division One North side Hyde United will host MK Dons in the FA Cup first round.
16.10.2017 - 21:47

Ben Stokes: Police appeal for witnesses to incident which led to England cricketer's arrest
Police renew their appeal for two men who they say may be key witnesses to the incident for which cricketer Ben Stokes was arrested.
16.10.2017 - 17:05

NFL plays of the week: Antonio Brown ends Kansas City's unbeaten start
Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers leads our NFL plays of the week, scoring a 51-yard touchdown that ended the Kansas City Chiefs unbeaten start to the season.
16.10.2017 - 12:10

100 Women: Does having a woman behind the wheel stop harassment on public transport?
Public transport is a hotspot where most women are likely to experience harassment - but do schemes to have more women drivers help?
16.10.2017 - 05:09

100 Women: 'I look down and I see a hand on my boob'
More than half of women in Kenya have been harassed on public transport, according to a recent study - Anita Nderu is one of them.
16.10.2017 - 05:09

100 Women: The 'right amount' of panic for women in public
Women use up their energy and trade their freedom every day to keep themselves feeling safe when they're out of the house, says Dr Fiona Vera Gray.
16.10.2017 - 05:10

100 Women: The Pakistan women shamed for their lifestyle
Pakistan is a country of stark contrasts, and when it comes to the treatment of women, they are even clearer, writes the BBC's Shumaila Jaffery.
16.10.2017 - 05:11


100 Women: Why we need to talk about street harassment
Most women experience some form of street harassment, but what type of behaviour are we talking about?
15.10.2017 - 01:21