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General election 2019: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn in TV debate
The hour-long BBC election debate comes less than a week before voters go to the polls.
06.12.2019 - 09:40

Man charged with murdering Harley Watson in Loughton
Terence Glover is accused of killing Harley Watson who died after being struck by a car in Essex.
06.12.2019 - 00:34

Briton Audrey Schoeman revived after six-hour cardiac arrest
Audrey Schoeman fell unconscious when she was caught in a snowstorm while hiking in Spain.
06.12.2019 - 08:21

Hyderabad case: Police kill suspects in Indian vet's rape and murder
Thousands of people celebrate the killings, while the woman's mother says "justice has been done".
06.12.2019 - 09:50

R. Kelly faces bribery charge over 1994 marriage to Aaliyah
The singer reportedly bribed an Illinois official to get a fake ID to marry teenage singer Aaliyah.
06.12.2019 - 07:57


Spitfire pilots return to Goodwood after round-the-world trip
Steve Brooks and Matt Jones return back to Britain after a record 27,000-mile flight around the world.
05.12.2019 - 19:14


General election 2019: Labour pledges more help for smaller firms
The party says it would set up a new agency to offer support and advice to smaller companies.
06.12.2019 - 09:18

'Dotage of a dotard': North Korea renews attack on Donald Trump
It is the first time in over a year North Korea has been openly critical of the US president.
06.12.2019 - 06:11

Somerset earthquake: Homes shaken across the West
The 3.2 magnitude tremor caused houses to shake, says the British Geological Survey.
06.12.2019 - 09:45

Katherine Jenkins mugged after trying to help woman in street robbery
The star, who was on her way to a carol concert in Chelsea, had come to the aid of an older woman.
06.12.2019 - 02:10

SEA Games: Athlete finally wins gold - 38 years after debut
Christina Tham won silver in the Southeast Asian Games aged 12 - and has now won gold aged 50.
06.12.2019 - 08:48

Soul singer Celeste wins Brits Rising Star award
After being tipped for success, the singer will get to perform at the 2020 Brit Awards in February.
06.12.2019 - 08:02

The Papers: Neil challenges PM to 'oven-ready' interview
In Friday's papers, the BBC's Andrew Neil tells the PM "it's not too late" to face him on BBC One.
06.12.2019 - 06:39

News Daily: Leaders go head-to-head and Briton's six-hour cardiac arrest
Your morning briefing for 6 December 2019.
06.12.2019 - 07:35

Was this the original Fyre festival?
Today marks 50 years since the Altamont Festival, which became notorious for the wrong reasons.
06.12.2019 - 01:50

COP25 climate change conference: What are you giving up for environment?
As the annual COP25 climate change summit continues in Madrid, we asked delegates from all over the world how they were adapting their lives for the sake of the environment.
06.12.2019 - 01:00

Quiz of the week: What did Trump call Trudeau?
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
06.12.2019 - 01:36

Burkina Faso crisis: 'Soldiers killed seven members of my family'
Djibril says soldiers in Burkina Faso targeted his family in their fight against Islamist militants.
06.12.2019 - 01:01

Sally Challen case: 'Mum killed Dad but we get to be happy again at Xmas'
David Challen gets to spend his first Christmas with his mum Sally since her release from jail.
06.12.2019 - 02:25

Newquay reinvented: ‘You stopped finding knickers in your garden’
Ten years ago Newquay was known as a "Wild West" party town where anything went. What changed?
06.12.2019 - 02:26

The cassette that made me a secret daytime DJ
Moey Hassan describes how "daytimers" became the big thing for South Asian teens in 1980s Bradford.
06.12.2019 - 02:01

Simpsons star Harry Shearer: 'We're reliving the 1930s'
Harry Shearer has been a comedy star for decades - but describes himself as a "political animal".
06.12.2019 - 02:26

Bug busters: The tech behind new vaccines
A revolution in the way vaccines are developed is raising hopes of faster protection from deadly infections.
06.12.2019 - 01:23

A return to Moyes? A 'step back' could be good for Everton - Osman
David Moyes returning to Everton after Marco Silva's sacking might be the "step back that is required" for the club, says ex-captain Leon Osman.
06.12.2019 - 00:32

'Football is sucking the life out of me' - Wilder frustrated by VAR controversy
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder says football "is sucking the life" out him after VAR played a significant role in his side's 2-0 home defeat by Newcastle.
06.12.2019 - 00:18


Joshua would ‘definitely be bothered’ if Ruiz fight was being used to 'sportswash'
British heavyweight Anthony Joshua fields questions about Saudi 'sportwashing' human rights abuse claims with his re-match against Andy Ruiz Jr.
05.12.2019 - 19:46

'Look at that!' Cricketer wows crowd with magic celebration
Watch spinner Tabraiz Shamsi wow the crowd as he celebrates a wicket during a T20 match in South Africa by performing a magic trick involving a red handkerchief.
05.12.2019 - 18:51

Liverpool 5-2 Everton: Pressure to blame for Toffees' mistakes - Silva
In his last BBC interview, former Everton manager Marco Silva said the pressure of his side's relegation battle led to his players making mistakes in their 5-2 loss at Liverpool.
05.12.2019 - 00:10


General election 2019: Nine big things forgotten by the parties
The parties have laid out their policies on a series of issues - but which ones have been missing?
06.12.2019 - 02:21

General election 2019: Battle to unseat Boris Johnson in Uxbridge and Ruislip
A battle to unseat the prime minister is raging in a commuter town on the outskirts of London.
06.12.2019 - 02:22

General election 2019: Six ways to improve TV debates
There are more debates than ever but still people complain. Could they be improved?
06.12.2019 - 02:21

Election debate: How to watch the BBC's prime ministerial debate
Your guide to the televised BBC showdown between the two main party leaders.
06.12.2019 - 02:21

General election 2019: The politics of power in Yorkshire
The Yorkshire Party claims a regional assembly is needed to ensure the county is "treated fairly".
06.12.2019 - 08:58


General election 2019: How do Grimsby's food bank users want to vote?
Ed Thomas meets voters living in an area where half of the children grow up in poverty.
05.12.2019 - 01:03


What happened in the election campaign on Thursday?
Boris Johnson might not agree to an Andrew Neil interview - but here's what happened when Nigel Farage did.
06.12.2019 - 00:02


General election 2019: How Remainers and Leavers plan to vote
Brexit triggered the general election, but is it still the most important issue for voters?
05.12.2019 - 02:16

General Election 2019: Nigel Farage's interview fact-checked
Reality Check looks at claims made by the Brexit Party leader in an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil.
05.12.2019 - 22:18

General election 2019: When wanting to vote could put you at risk
Registering to vote makes your name and address public. For some people, this can be dangerous.
05.12.2019 - 02:17

The Warrington sisters counting votes for over 100 years
Mary and Esther have been counting election votes together in Warrington Town Hall since the 1960s.
05.12.2019 - 14:18

General election 2019: Sajid Javid EU trade deal claim fact-checked
The Chancellor of the Exchequer told the BBC there was already an agreement in principle.
05.12.2019 - 16:51

General election 2019: Croydon in focus
Education, transport and Brexit are among issues Croydon people say matter to them in the election.
05.12.2019 - 02:26

Election 2019: How significant is immigration to the UK?
Parties are promising greater control over the UK's immigration system, which experts describe as a mess.
05.12.2019 - 02:15

Election blind dates: Ken Clarke and Alastair Campbell
What happens when two people from across the political divide are brought together for dinner?
05.12.2019 - 10:52


General election 2019: Jo Swinson interview fact-checked
Reality Check looks at claims made by the Lib Dem leader in an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil.
04.12.2019 - 23:17

General election: Labour's £6,000 bill claim fact-checked
Labour says the average UK household has paid an extra £5,949 a year since 2010.
04.12.2019 - 19:35

General election 2019: What happened on Wednesday
The BBC's Helen Catt explains Jo Swinson's encounters with some environment protesters and one Andrew Neil.
04.12.2019 - 23:25

General election 2019: Could undecided voters change the election?
Will this election be decided by voters who have yet to make their mind up?
04.12.2019 - 02:13

General election 2019: How many 'new' NHS hospitals are Conservatives building?
It's not six completely new hospitals - some involve redeveloping existing buildings and sites.
04.12.2019 - 17:34

Who should I vote for? General election 2019: Compare the party manifestos
Compare where the parties stand on key issues - from Brexit and the NHS to education and the environment.
04.12.2019 - 18:44

General election 2019: Parties warned over 'newspaper' election leaflets
The Society of Editors said leaflets imitating newspapers could undermine trust in local journalism.
04.12.2019 - 18:28


Separated at birth: Was my mother given away because she looked white?
How one South African family discovered a secret that made them question their own identity.
01.12.2019 - 01:10


Shropshire baby deaths: 'This review is our babies' legacy'
The stories of parents whose babies died or were seriously harmed at a Shropshire hospital trust.
29.11.2019 - 01:22