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Nagorno-Karabakh: Armenia says 100,000 refugees flee region
Almost the entire ethnic Armenian population has fled the region since Azerbaijan seized it last week.
30.09.2023 - 15:34
Two injured in Flying Scotsman crash at Highland station
Three other passengers were treated at the scene of the incident at Aviemore Station in the Highlands.
30.09.2023 - 15:11
'High-risk' child rapist Stephen Pennington hunted
Stephen Pennington, 35, has links to Blackburn, Blackpool and Wigan, police say.
30.09.2023 - 14:37
Laura Kuenssberg: Rishi Sunak needs political superpowers to make his rebrand work
Whether it's shifting green targets or a HS2 wobble, there is political cost to PM's changes, writes Laura Kuenssberg.
30.09.2023 - 14:05
Glastonbury Festival 2024 tickets rise to £360
Co-organiser Emily Eavis announces a £20 increase to festival ticket prices.
30.09.2023 - 13:54
Driver who died in M53 school bus crash named
The driver and passenger Jessica Baker, 15, died after the coach overturned on the M53, police say.
30.09.2023 - 13:18
Tupac murder charge is a pivotal moment, says family
The rapper's sister welcomes news that a former gang leader has been charged with his murder.
30.09.2023 - 13:17
Watch: US driver smashes through wall into police station
John Hargreaves has been charged following the incident in the US state of New Jersey.
30.09.2023 - 13:15
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, 'shocked' by killing of ex-assistant
Sarah Ferguson pays tribute to Jenean Chapman, 46, who was found dead in a Dallas apartment on Monday.
30.09.2023 - 12:29
Ryder Cup 2023: Ludvig Aberg & Viktor Hovland record biggest-ever Ryder Cup win
Europe's Ludvig Aberg and Viktor Hovland inflict the heaviest defeat in Ryder Cup history on the US pair of Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka.
30.09.2023 - 11:22
Jody Cundy: Learning Strictly Come Dancing routines is taxing
Jody Cundy says the "mental part" of dancing was "getting me".
30.09.2023 - 10:51
Train strikes set to cause travel disruption
Aslef union members are walking out in a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
30.09.2023 - 10:49
Israeli conscripts banned as guards after allegations of sex with Palestinian inmate
A female soldier allegedly had an intimate relationship with a Palestinian serving a life sentence.
30.09.2023 - 10:26
Driver caught drinking mug of tea on motorway
A tea-drinking motorist is fined £100 after being caught on camera driving on the M6 in Cheshire last year.
30.09.2023 - 09:09
Motorist fined after dog seen behind wheel of car
Police in Slovakia have fined a man after a dog was pictured in the driving seat of his Skoda.
30.09.2023 - 08:43
Enfield: First baby beaver born in London in 400 years
Enfield council launched reintroduction programme in 2022 to bring beavers back to the capital.
30.09.2023 - 08:32
Racism: Mental health impact of profiling and trolls
Susan Cousins experiences racist trolls and racial profiling while going about her daily life.
30.09.2023 - 08:04
Steve Bunce column: We won't see elite fighters like Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez again in boxing
Are Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez's powers fading? Is Jermell Charlo a compelling underdog? Steve Bunce answers those questions in his column.
30.09.2023 - 07:53
Tupac Shakur: What have the police got on Keffe D?
The BBC's Regan Morris has this analysis as a man is charged with hip-hop legend Shakur's murder.
30.09.2023 - 02:47
Luton Town: Did a football club's success help reduce crime?
Why did crime across Luton go down as its football club went up to the Premier League?
30.09.2023 - 02:09
Mae Muller: Eurovision broke my heart but album kept me going
As the singer releases her debut studio album she reflects on using humour to reset the narrative.
30.09.2023 - 02:08
David Olusoga: ‘The UK is less equal than when I was young’
Is sharing opportunities more equally across the four nations the key to securing the union's future?
30.09.2023 - 02:06
Sudan conflict: Living in Cairo, longing for Omdurman
The BBC's Mohamed Osman writes about his emotional return after war forced him to flee.
30.09.2023 - 01:34
Week in pictures: 23-29 September 2023
A selection of striking images from around the world, taken over the past seven days.
30.09.2023 - 01:26
Alien life in Universe: Scientists say finding it is 'only a matter of time'
Experts are optimistic of detecting life signs on a faraway world within our lifetimes - possibly in the next few years.
30.09.2023 - 01:20
US urges Serbia to withdraw troops from Kosovo border as tensions rise
In response to the "current situation", the UK sends troops to join Nato peacekeepers Kfor in Kosovo.
30.09.2023 - 00:40
Evergrande: The rise and fall of the property giant's billionaire founder
Hui Ka Yan, the founder of a crisis-hit Chinese property giant, is under police surveillance.
30.09.2023 - 00:01
'Outstanding' prostate cancer trial could change radiotherapy
Experts say the findings could lead to "enormous change" in the way the treatment is delivered.
29.09.2023 - 23:05
Sycamore Gap: 'We are devastated - it's so sad to see the tree gone'
Members of the public have been sharing memories of the 300-year-old tree in Northumberland, after it was cut down this week.
29.09.2023 - 22:29
British baked beans become reality after successful Lincolnshire harvest
Scientists have successfully adapted the haricot variety so it can be grown in British soil.
29.09.2023 - 19:15
Woman in £37,000 payout after boss dismissed menopause 'excuses'
Karen Farquharson, 49, was told to "get on with it" after being off work ill due to her symptoms.
29.09.2023 - 17:20
Nottingham University Hospitals Trust failed to send 400,000 letters
A former employee told the BBC there was a lack of responsibility over a new computer system.
29.09.2023 - 17:12
Hijabs allowed in athletes' village at Paris 2024 - IOC
The IOC say hijabs will be allowed inside the athletes' village at next year's Olympics, despite hosts France banning their team members from wearing them.
29.09.2023 - 15:12
Aston Villa women to wear sweat-heavy shirts despite talks with manufacturer Castore
Aston Villa boss says her players have concerns over the club's shirts but will have to wear them for their WSL opener against Manchester United on Sunday.
29.09.2023 - 14:35
Ask, Don't Assume: Disability Rights UK deletes ‘misjudged’ post on ads
Disability Rights UK deletes a post which accused the government of "murderous ableist policies".
29.09.2023 - 14:16
Energy price cap: What is it and will bills continue to go down?
The price cap which sets typical annual household energy bills is falling slightly from October.
29.09.2023 - 13:21
Lizzo asks judge to dismiss dancers' harassment allegations
The US singer has lodged her first legal response against harassment claims made by her ex-dancers.
29.09.2023 - 13:04
Energy bills: What can I do if I can't afford to pay?
If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, what options are available?
27.09.2023 - 15:22
Debt: What should I pay first and what can I do?
What help and options are available to people struggling with debt repayments?
25.09.2023 - 13:59
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
Interest rates: How the Bank of England's decision affects you and your money
The Bank of England has held interest rates at 5.25%, bringing a run of 14 consecutive rises to an end.
22.09.2023 - 10:49
What is the UK inflation rate and why is it so high?
The rate at which prices are rising has fallen but remains well above the 2% inflation target.
21.09.2023 - 13:59
Cost-of-living payments: Who is getting them and when?
Low-income households, pensioners and some disabled people will get extra help with energy bills.
20.09.2023 - 01:08
Five ways to save money on your packed lunch
Grabbing food on the go can be expensive so here are some top tips on making savings at lunchtime.
18.09.2023 - 18:36
What is GDP and how is it measured?
A basic guide to how the economy is measured and why that calculation matters.
13.09.2023 - 10:54
Energy saving tips: Five ways to cut costs this winter
Energy prices will be lower this coming winter - but you may be able to save even more on your bill.
24.08.2023 - 14:06
Cost of living: Five tips when asking for a pay rise
Recruiters, a manager and a workplace psychologist give their advice on how to negotiate for more money.
15.08.2023 - 12:33
How to get a job: Six expert tips for finding work
There are 10m people out of work in the UK, so if you're searching for a job you're not alone. Here are some tips on how to get started.
14.08.2023 - 18:03
Food prices: How can I save money on my grocery shop?
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
31.07.2023 - 12:57
Renting: What are your rights as a tenant?
With one in five people now renting in the UK, it's important to understand your rights as a tenant.
21.07.2023 - 11:03
First time home buyers: How much can I borrow?
With rents rising, more people are crunching the numbers to see if they can afford to buy.
12.05.2023 - 11:47
Rent prices: How much have they gone up in your area?
Use our interactive tool to find out what the average rent is in your area.
29.03.2023 - 01:30