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'Powerful, hard-working, winner - my friend Kasper'
Former England goalkeeper Joe Hart explains why his friend and former Manchester City team-mate Kasper Schmeichel is still playing on the biggest stage for Denmark at the age of 37.
20.06.2024 - 08:42

'Almost perfect' England 'set a marker' in victory
England laid down a "marker" in their T20 World Cup defence with a near-perfect performance against West Indies, says Steven Finn.
20.06.2024 - 08:14

Will Southgate stick or twist with Foden?
Chief football writer Phil McNulty looks at how Gareth Southgate can get Phil Foden's brilliance at club level to translate into England's Euro 2024 campaign.
20.06.2024 - 08:00

'I'm sofa-surfing at 66 - now I'm a nervous wreck'
The 66-year-old says losing her home has left her feeling like a "nervous wreck".
20.06.2024 - 07:38

'I'm sofa-surfing at 66 - now I'm a nervous wreck'
The 66-year-old says losing her home has left her feeling like a "nervous wreck".
20.06.2024 - 07:38

Will parties stick by contested economic claims in Question Time special?
Rishi Sunak, Keir Starmer, John Swinney and Ed Davey face very different challenges, writes Henry Zeffman.
20.06.2024 - 07:31

The five reasons we won't be voting
We're not voting in the general election. These are the reasons why.
20.06.2024 - 07:12

Champion powerlifter faced five-year NHS wait
Sue Taylor-Franklin had to crowdfund money to pay for knee surgery in Lithuania.
20.06.2024 - 07:07

‘Space hairdryer’ regenerates heart tissue in study
Gentle shockwaves could regenerate the heart tissue of patients after bypass surgery, research suggests.
20.06.2024 - 06:30

Putin arrives in Vietnam in test for 'bamboo diplomacy'
Putin's Vietnam trip is being interpreted as displaying the support Russia still enjoys in the region.
20.06.2024 - 05:56

Impressive England beat West Indies to start Super 8s
England produce their best performance of the T20 World Cup so far to begin the Super 8s stage with a composed eight-wicket win against West Indies.
20.06.2024 - 05:54

Exploring identity through the lens
Pictures taken by MA students of photography and photojournalism at the London College of Communication.
20.06.2024 - 04:55

How a love affair led to a murderous plot
How was the conspiracy behind a killing uncovered after more than four decades?
20.06.2024 - 04:50

French elections: How do they work and why are they so significant?
The far right could win parliamentary elections called by President Macron on 30 June and 7 July.
20.06.2024 - 04:03

Harman wants zero tolerance of sexual harassment by MPs
Harriet Harman wants to see men call out fellow MPs if they see harassment happening in Parliament.
20.06.2024 - 03:43

Muslim millionaire gives major donation to Reform UK
As well as being a donor, Zia Yusuf will also have a public role for Reform UK during the campaign.
20.06.2024 - 03:33

The Papers: 'Tory wipeout' and 'nothing sacred'
Predictions that the Conservatives could suffer a heavy defeat in the election make the front pages on Thursday.
20.06.2024 - 02:40

NHS election plans unconvincing - health experts
The health budget faces a £38bn shortfall by 2030, putting plans to tackle the backlog and improve the NHS at risk.
20.06.2024 - 02:25

Ugandan designer 'depressed' after dreadlocks cut in jail
Latif Madoi was arrested for possessing military uniforms, which may be linked to opposition leader Bobi Wine.
20.06.2024 - 02:10

Inside India's first heat stroke emergency room
Doctors are fighting to save people from heat strokes in a first-of-its-kind clinic in India's capital.
20.06.2024 - 01:55

Fleeing Kabul, chasing gold - the story of a refugee Olympian
Farzad Mansouri was the teenage flagbearer for his nation at the last Olympics. Three years on, displaced by war and relocated to Manchester, he will compete under a new banner in Paris.
20.06.2024 - 01:01

Interest rates expected to be held at 5.25%
Despite inflation falling to 2%, experts are expecting interest rates to be held at a 16-year high.
20.06.2024 - 01:01

Boeing crash families demand record $25bn fine
The families of victims of two 737 Max crashes also call for prosecutions a day after apology by chief executive.
20.06.2024 - 00:49

Agreement over Belfast Orange parade breaks down
A march past Ardoyne shops is now being sought on the evening of 12 July.
20.06.2024 - 00:26

'Steely Scotland still standing after coming out swinging'
Scotland show their best qualities - as well as their worst - to get their Euro 2024 campaign back on track, writes Tom English.
20.06.2024 - 00:16

'Steely Scotland still standing after coming out swinging'
Scotland show their best qualities - as well as their worst - to get their Euro 2024 campaign back on track, writes Tom English.
20.06.2024 - 00:16

Wednesday

Macron condemns antisemitism after Jewish girl is raped
The French president was reacting to the incident which happened in Courbevoie, a suburb of Paris.
19.06.2024 - 23:59

SNP manifesto: Key policies analysed
BBC correspondents analyse key policies in the SNP manifesto.
19.06.2024 - 23:53

Highlights: Scotland draw with Switzerland to keep Euros hopes alive
Scotland and Switzerland both miss big chances and share the points after playing out a 1-1 draw in their Group A game in Cologne.
19.06.2024 - 23:02

US state orders every classroom to display Ten Commandments
Law requires a poster in all public schools classrooms, up to university level, by 2025.
19.06.2024 - 21:59

Justin Timberlake's lawyer to 'vigorously' defend star
The singer was arrested for running a stop sign and failing to stay on the right side of the road.
19.06.2024 - 21:57

England should not take wins for granted - Southgate
Gareth Southgate says England must not take major tournaments wins for granted, ahead of facing Denmark at Euro 2024.
19.06.2024 - 21:12

Electioncast: The SNP manifesto
Newscast and Newsnight unite in Birmingham
19.06.2024 - 20:58

Labour would need an effective opposition, says Hunt
The chancellor is the latest senior Tory to acknowledge his party could be on course for defeat.
19.06.2024 - 19:34

Stonehenge covered in powder paint by Just Stop Oil
The move comes the day before celebrations for the Summer Solstice.
19.06.2024 - 19:19

Constance Marten and Mark Gordon jury discharged
Ms Marten, 37, and Mr Gordon, 50, denied manslaughter by gross negligence of their baby Victoria.
19.06.2024 - 18:40

England fans' behaviour under scrutiny over chant
A number of England fans at Euro 2024 were filmed singing a controversial chant referencing German casualties in World War Two.
19.06.2024 - 18:34

Baby girl mauled to death by family's pet dog
The seven-month-old was rushed to hospital after the attack on Sunday, but died later, police say.
19.06.2024 - 18:23

Sinn Féin: Election must bring 'change' in NI funding
Mary Lou McDonald was speaking at the launch of Sinn Féin's manifesto for the UK general election.
19.06.2024 - 18:08

Henry Zeffman: Will falling inflation change minds on the campaign trail?
Henry Zeffman: Will falling inflation change minds on the campaign trail?
19.06.2024 - 18:04

Sinn Féin manifesto: Key policies analysed
BBC News NI correspondents examine the detail of Sinn Féin's manifesto for the general election.
19.06.2024 - 17:52

Suspended Labour candidate says he has been 'hung out to dry'
Andy Brown suggests his Facebook account may have been hacked and says he has been "hung out to dry".
19.06.2024 - 17:50

Teenager missing in Tenerife was on first holiday with friends, says mum
Jay Slater hasn't been seen since he left his friends in Tenerife 48 hours ago.
19.06.2024 - 17:32

Husband guilty of conspiring to murder wife in 1981
Carol Morgan was found dead in the shop she ran with her husband more than 40 years ago.
19.06.2024 - 17:24

How to watch the BBC Question Time election special
A Question Time special will be broadcast on BBC One at 20:00 on Thursday.
19.06.2024 - 16:13

China is the true power in Putin and Kim’s budding friendship
There are signs President Xi disapproves of his allies' alliance, the BBC's China correspondent says.
19.06.2024 - 15:55

Your Voice, Your Vote - Ros Atkins takes questions on boundary changes
The BBC's analysis editor answers some of your questions about constituency boundary changes.
19.06.2024 - 14:10

When will UK interest rates come down?
Bank of England interest rates affect mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
19.06.2024 - 12:26

When will UK interest rates come down?
Bank of England interest rates affect mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
19.06.2024 - 12:26

When will UK interest rates come down?
Bank of England interest rates affect mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
19.06.2024 - 12:26

Boris Johnson not expected to join campaign trail
The former prime minister Boris Johnson is not expected on the campaign trail between now and polling day.
19.06.2024 - 11:03

'I don't believe in peace now,' released Gaza hostage tells BBC
Ada Sagi says her ordeal destroyed her belief that peace is possible between Israelis and Palestinians.
19.06.2024 - 10:42

How quickly are prices rising in the UK?
The rate at which prices are rising has fallen from record highs, meeting the 2% target.
19.06.2024 - 10:28

How quickly are prices rising in the UK?
The rate at which prices are rising has fallen from record highs, meeting the 2% target.
19.06.2024 - 10:28

Voting where house prices are 17 times yearly earnings
What do those priced out of home ownership want to hear from those seeking their vote?
19.06.2024 - 05:10

Bar chart wars: What to watch out for on leaflets telling you who can win your seat
It’s a two-horse race here, leaflets put out by political parties often claim. Can you trust them?
19.06.2024 - 01:03

Tuesday

Reform UK defends candidates as more comments emerge
It comes as fresh details emerge about social media posts by some Reform UK candidates.
18.06.2024 - 23:48

Uefa Euro 2024 TV schedule
Throughout Euro 2024 BBC Sport will update this page with your channel guide for each game.
18.06.2024 - 20:27

Do Tory plans to save £12bn in welfare payments add up?
The Conservatives say they can save £12bn from the welfare budget but Labour argue there are no extra savings to be had.
18.06.2024 - 18:23

Faisal Islam: Voters are being taken for fools on the economy
Do promises to leave various tax rates alone have any credibility, asks the BBC's economics editor.
18.06.2024 - 17:05

Your Voice, Your Vote - Ros Atkins takes questions on political donations
As part of our election coverage, the BBC wants to better understand what matters most to you, the voters.
18.06.2024 - 13:05

What is Labour's plan for taxing private schools?
Labour has confirmed it will change the way private school fees are taxed if it wins the election.
18.06.2024 - 12:45

Could your social media feeds affect how you vote?
The BBC’s Marianna Spring has been using her Undercover Voters to analyse how the election is being fought on social media.
18.06.2024 - 07:00

Monday

Reform UK election pledges: 11 key policies analysed
BBC correspondents analyse key policies in the Reform UK manifesto.
17.06.2024 - 22:03

Labour’s £4,800 mortgage claim risks misleading people
BBC Verify examines Labour claims about the cost of planned Tory borrowing
17.06.2024 - 17:59

North Korea: Why Putin and Xi are courting Kim
The war in Ukraine has shifted the balance of power between Moscow, Pyongyang and Beijing
17.06.2024 - 10:50

Newcastle v Sunderland: Who will be the first to return election result?
Newcastle and Sunderland have traditionally battled it out, but there may be a surprise contender.
17.06.2024 - 07:24

Gaza, Ukraine, China - the next PM faces a crowded agenda on foreign affairs
For all the focus on domestic issues, there will be plenty for whoever becomes PM to focus on abroad
17.06.2024 - 01:18

Friday

What to do if you are in debt and need help
What help and options are available to people struggling with debt repayments?
07.06.2024 - 08:50

Wednesday

Three ways to win the rental property race
From being first in the queue to being more flexible, here are some tips on how to get ahead in the rental race.
15.05.2024 - 01:30

Three ways to win the rental property race
From being first in the queue to being more flexible, here are some tips on how to get ahead in the rental race.
15.05.2024 - 01:30

Monday

Who gets 15 hours of free childcare and how do I apply?
Parents in England can now access 15 hours of free weekly childcare for their two-year-olds.
13.05.2024 - 11:06

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.
12.02.2024 - 16:39

Five ways to save money on your mortgage
Experts give advice for those who might be worried about their monthly mortgage payments.
08.01.2024 - 10:53

Five ways to save money on your mortgage
Experts give advice for those who might be worried about their monthly mortgage payments.
08.01.2024 - 10:53

Wednesday

Five hacks to help save money on your food shop
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
29.11.2023 - 16:53

Five hacks to help save money on your food shop
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
29.11.2023 - 16:53

Monday

Fact v fiction: Five tips for saving petrol money examined
With weak competition adding to fuel prices, are drivers doing the right things to save money?
03.07.2023 - 15:01

Tuesday

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