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Tuesday

Afghanistan: MoD shared more than 250 Afghan interpreters' details on email
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has launched an investigation, while the MoD has apologised for the breach.
21.09.2021 - 02:43

Texas abortion: Doctor sued in first known challenges of new law
The cases against a doctor who admitted to performing an abortion are the first known lawsuits.
21.09.2021 - 02:18

Climate reporting reaches melting point
A trip to a melting glacier will shape how the BBC's new climate editor reports on climate change.
21.09.2021 - 03:08

Royals recall Duke of Edinburgh's mustard joke
Duke of Cambridge reveals Prince Philip's mustard-squirting antics in a poignant BBC documentary.
21.09.2021 - 02:23

Gas crisis: No chance lights will go out, says government
Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng says the UK has "more than sufficient capacity" amid gas price spike.
21.09.2021 - 01:43

Miscarriage: Call to give women sick pay before 24 weeks
An MP wants women and their partners to get three days' sick pay if a pregnancy ends before 24 weeks.
21.09.2021 - 02:52

Monday

Covid: US opens up to fully vaccinated travellers
The US rolls back international travel restrictions, answering a major demand from allies.
20.09.2021 - 22:42

Killamarsh deaths: Family's tribute to children found dead at house
The two children were found dead along with their mother and another child in Killamarsh, Derbyshire
20.09.2021 - 22:54

Tuesday

Children face 'agonising' waits for mental health care
Data from half England's specialist services found a fifth have waited more than 12 weeks in the pandemic.
21.09.2021 - 02:34

Monday

Pimlico Plumbers sold to US firm Neighborly
The deal will see founder Charlie Mullins offload his 90% stake in the group.
20.09.2021 - 22:22

Tuesday

Community in race to buy remotest mainland pub
Locals are facing a challenge from potential private buyers to purchase The Old Forge in Knoydart.
21.09.2021 - 01:18

The Papers: Gas crisis 'spirals' and 'sleepover massacre'
Continuing concerns over soaring gas prices dominate Tuesday's newspaper front pages.
21.09.2021 - 01:02

A year in Calais: One migrant’s year-long attempt to cross the Channel
The BBC followed Iranian migrant Alex, as he tried to cross from France to the UK with a smuggler.
21.09.2021 - 01:28

Can compost help change capitalism?
John Cossham wants more people to take up composting to encourage a circular economy.
21.09.2021 - 01:34

Nasa selects landing site for Moon rover mission
The space agency will send a rover to look for water-ice near a crater at the Moon's South Pole.
21.09.2021 - 03:32

Monday

RHS Chelsea Flower Show returns for autumnal one-off
After a year out due to Covid, this year's show is being held four months later than is traditional.
20.09.2021 - 20:01

La Palma volcano: Lava destroys homes in the Canary Islands
A volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma has demolished homes and caused evacuations.
20.09.2021 - 13:25

Carol Kirkwood: BBC Weather presenter pulled over by dog on live TV
Carol Kirkwood says she's fine after taking this tumble on BBC Breakfast when the guide dog went astray.
20.09.2021 - 11:56

Why Serbia has soft spot for late Only Fools actor John Challis
Only Fools and Horses is hugely popular in Serbia, where tributes have been paid to John Challis.
20.09.2021 - 19:42

Emmy Awards 2021: The Crown and Ted Lasso sweep major categories
Netflix's royal drama and Apple's comedy series swept the drama and comedy prizes at Sunday's event.
20.09.2021 - 17:01

Sunday

My husband and son fought in Afghanistan - it changed all of us
America's two decades in Afghanistan impacted those who served - and the families waiting at home.
19.09.2021 - 20:46

Tuesday

The torso in the Thames: A 20-year mystery
Twenty years ago, a young African boy was murdered and his torso was dumped in the Thames. It's the longest unsolved child murder case in the recent history of the Metropolitan Police.
21.09.2021 - 03:25

Sex Education: Isaac actor George Robinson gets intimate about disability
George Robinson on subverting expectations as Isaac - the Netflix show's first disabled character.
21.09.2021 - 01:23

Monday

Why is there a CO2 shortage and how will it hit food supplies?
The food and drink industry is warning of supermarket shortages because of a lack of CO2.
20.09.2021 - 18:58

Tuesday

The mother and son who waited 58 years for a hug
Calvin Barrett flies from the US to the UK to meet his "Ma" after tracing her through a DNA test.
21.09.2021 - 03:27

Twitch hate raids: Minority streamers have 'a target on their back'
Streamers tell Newsbeat about the targeted hate they get and what they want Twitch to do about it.
21.09.2021 - 01:24

How 'nerd' culture powered through the pandemic
Meet the online content creators beating the odds to build successful careers from their passions.
21.09.2021 - 01:02

Monday

What if my energy supplier goes bust?
Gas prices have soared by 250% since January, but what does that mean for household bills?
20.09.2021 - 13:43

Canada election: What you need to know about the campaign
Canadians are voting on Monday and Justin Trudeau's party faces a stiff challenge to retain power.
20.09.2021 - 03:13

England's men's and women's team withdrawn from Pakistan white-ball tour
England withdraw their men's and women's teams from series in Pakistan that were due to take place in October.
20.09.2021 - 21:17

Murray 'not going to wade in with advice' for Raducanu
Andy Murray says he would "always be on the end of the phone" to give Emma Raducanu help - but only if she asks for it.
20.09.2021 - 22:12

Usyk 'jumping in at deep end' after two heavyweight fights - Joshua
Anthony Joshua commends Oleksandr Usyk for "jumping in at the deep end" with a world heavyweight title tilt after just two fights in the class.
20.09.2021 - 23:30

'I had to pretend to be a boy to play' - England manager Wiegman
England manager Sarina Wiegman says she 'had to pretend to be a boy' to play football as a child in the Netherlands.
20.09.2021 - 21:43

Tuesday

US rivals DeChambeau & Koepka unlikely to play together at Ryder Cup
American players Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are unlikely to play together during the Ryder Cup, says US captain Steve Stricker.
21.09.2021 - 00:47

Monday

NFL Plays of the Week: Damien Harris, Travis Kelce & Derrick Henry make defenders miss
Damien Harris, Travis Kelce and Derrick Henry give defenders the run-around in the best plays from the second week of the NFL.
20.09.2021 - 13:20

Security boosted around NZ women after 'threatening email'
Security has been boosted around New Zealand's women's cricket team after a "threatening email" relating to the team was sent to the ECB.
20.09.2021 - 23:15

Travel update: What are the new rules for holidays in Europe and the US?
The rules on foreign travel to and from England are being simplified.
20.09.2021 - 18:21

Tuesday

Covid rules: What's in England's 'Winter Plan'?
Lockdown rules have changed across the UK, but some restrictions remain in place.
14.09.2021 - 17:45

Monday

Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
20.09.2021 - 18:48

Wednesday

Universal credit: When will the £20 increase stop?
The government has confirmed the £20 boost will end in the autumn.
15.09.2021 - 12:46

Friday

What are the travel rules for Spain, Portugal, Malta and other holiday hotspots?
What you need to know about going to Portugal, Spain, Greece, France, Malta, Italy and Turkey.
17.09.2021 - 19:17

Tuesday

Back to school: How are pupils being kept Covid-safe?
Many children are returning to school after the holidays, while Scottish pupils already returned.
14.09.2021 - 16:31

Wednesday

Covid: People are vaccinated - so why are there so many cases?
More than four out of five UK adults are now fully vaccinated, but daily case rates remain high.
15.09.2021 - 16:20

Friday

Long Covid: What is it and what are the symptoms?
Significant numbers have had long-term problems after recovering from the original infection.
17.09.2021 - 12:57

Sunday

Fake Paralympians boss: 'I didn't know about cheating'
The man fined for sending non-disabled athletes to the Sydney Paralympics breaks his silence.
19.09.2021 - 01:22

Saturday

Muriel Gardiner: The heiress who saved countless lives
Muriel Gardiner's courage fighting fascism in Austria inspired an Oscar-winning film. Who was she?
18.09.2021 - 02:46

Wednesday

Hushpuppi - the Instagram influencer and international fraudster
How Nigerian Ramon Abbas went from a romance scammer to a so-called "Billionaire Gucci Master".
15.09.2021 - 00:50

Thursday

‘Havana syndrome ’ and the mystery of the microwaves
The BBC investigates a mystery illness dubbed "Havana syndrome" that has affected American diplomats and spies.
09.09.2021 - 01:08

Friday

'The near-death experience that made me a top musician'
When Tony Kofi had a near-fatal accident, he had a vision of himself playing a musical instrument. It would change his life forever.
10.09.2021 - 01:49