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Zimbabwe latest: Thousands celebrate end of Mugabe era
Pressure grows on the president to stand aside as thousands march to welcome the army takeover.
18.11.2017 - 10:31

Budget 2017: Tax on takeaway boxes to be considered
The chancellor is expected to announce plans to examine the idea in Wednesday's Budget.
18.11.2017 - 02:39

Budget 2017: Chancellor Philip Hammond 'to target housing and NHS'
Philip Hammond will use the Budget to "attack problems" that lost the Tories votes, a former minister tells Newsnight.
18.11.2017 - 00:35

Trump puts elephant trophy imports on hold
The US president's move comes a day after US hunters were told they could import elephant trophies.
18.11.2017 - 03:52

Highlights of Children in Need
The annual fundraiser included a Blue Peter Strictly special and a singing EastEnders cast.
18.11.2017 - 09:19

Waddesdon air crash: Investigation resumes
A helicopter and a plane crashed in Buckinghamshire, killing all four people in the two aircraft.
18.11.2017 - 09:41


Dog owners have lower mortality, study finds
Researchers found a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in owners of dogs, especially hunting breeds.
17.11.2017 - 11:02

Iranian boy leads friend to food video
A touching moment said to be in the aftermath of the Iranian earthquake isn't what it seems.
17.11.2017 - 22:14


Social care: MPs seek cross-party group to 'sustain' NHS
Ninety MPs write to the PM, saying patients are being "failed" by strained NHS social care services.
18.11.2017 - 03:04


Ohio Supreme Court Judge Bill O'Neill brags of sex conquests
The jurist, who proclaimed to speak for "all heterosexual males", provokes a firestorm of ridicule.
17.11.2017 - 23:51


Scottish Labour to announce new leader
Anas Sarwar and Richard Leonard have been embroiled in a bitter campaign to succeed Kezia Dugdale.
18.11.2017 - 09:09


Peter Kay's Car Share to make surprise return
The comedian announces a surprise finale to show what happened between John and Kayleigh.
17.11.2017 - 23:28


The man helping turn young lives around
Despite leaving school with no GCSEs, Louchavan Lemard has been named Black Business Man of 2017.
18.11.2017 - 02:24

Newspaper headlines: Takeaway container tax and jungle rescue
The papers feature a range of stories, including a proposed tax on plastic takeaway containers.
18.11.2017 - 10:40


Meet the baby born at London's Waterloo station
Baby Reign arrived early after his mother went into labour on a train.
17.11.2017 - 22:29


Why an 'epidemic' of loneliness affects health
A former US surgeon general warns there is a growing "epidemic" of loneliness threatening our health.
18.11.2017 - 00:30

Gamer predicts that eSports is going to be 'bigger than soccer'
A day in the life of Travis "Castaway" Waters, the South African who gets paid to play video games.
18.11.2017 - 02:04

How worried should we be about melting ice caps?
As the UN climate change conference ends, BBC Science's David Shukman takes a look at melting ice caps.
18.11.2017 - 02:02

Primary school children get elderly pen pals from local care homes
A primary school has teamed up with two local care homes to launch an inter-generational pen pal scheme.
18.11.2017 - 07:34

The world's biggest lithium battery farm
The plant in the US state of California stores enough energy to power 20,000 homes for four hours.
18.11.2017 - 08:59


US Navy: Penis in sky drawn by jet trail was 'unacceptable'
The phallic outline over an airbase in Washington State provoked mirth, but not everyone was amused.
17.11.2017 - 18:55

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17.11.2017 - 08:22


Strictly Come Dancing: Behind the scenes in Blackpool
Look at what goes on when Strictly Come Dancing decamps to the Tower Ballroom.
18.11.2017 - 03:06

Why Saudi Arabia and Iran are bitter rivals
The two Middle Eastern powers have long been rivals but recently it all got a lot more tense.
18.11.2017 - 01:19

Zimbabwe: 10 numbers that will help you understand what's actually going on
The statistics that explain how things have got so bad in Zimbabwe.
18.11.2017 - 02:07

King's Cross fire: 'I was screaming in pain'
Thirty years since the King's Cross fire claimed the lives of 31 people, BBC News talks to survivors of the tragedy.
18.11.2017 - 02:32

100 Women: 'Home-schooling helped me break the glass ceiling'
Mechanical engineering intern Camille Eddy tells 100 Women how her mum changed her future.
18.11.2017 - 02:11

Review: Bryan Cranston stars in Network at The National Theatre ★★★☆☆
Is the Breaking Bad star any good as news anchor Howard Beale?
18.11.2017 - 03:08


Young drivers: The technologies that cut insurance bills
Which is the best insurance technology for young drivers: Black box or dash cam?
17.11.2017 - 23:01

Is the taboo around male make-up disappearing?
A growing number of young men are using cosmetics and big brands are embracing the trend.
17.11.2017 - 22:57


Can US foreign aid be made 'smarter'?
Senator Bob Corker is at odds with a president who wants to cut foreign aid drastically.
18.11.2017 - 00:32


Chris Coleman leaves Wales role for Sunderland job
Chris Coleman leaves his job with Wales after almost six years to take over at Championship club Sunderland.
17.11.2017 - 21:09


Ashes: England humbled by Jason Sangha & Matthew Short in Townsville
England narrowly avoid going wicketless throughout the final day of their last Ashes warm-up game against a Cricket Australia XI.
18.11.2017 - 08:44

Andy Murray: British number one splits with coach Ivan Lendl
Andy Murray announces he and coach Ivan Lendl "mutually agree" to end their working relationship.
18.11.2017 - 00:48

Elise Christie wins first World Cup title of season in Seoul
British Olympics gold medal hopeful Elise Christie wins her first World Cup short track speed skating title of the season.
18.11.2017 - 10:01

Rugby League World Cup: Fiji defeat New Zealand 4-2 in thrilling quarter-final
Fiji pull off a major shock at the Rugby League World Cup by defeating New Zealand 4-2 in a tense game in Wellington.
18.11.2017 - 10:38

British Cycling: Team Sky 'gamed system' over use of therapeutic use exemptions
British former professional cyclist David Millar accuses Team Sky of "gaming the system" over their use of therapeutic use exemptions.
18.11.2017 - 01:00


Michael O'Neill: Northern Ireland manager set for talks with SFA over Scotland job
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill is granted permission to speak to the Scottish FA about becoming Scotland manager.
17.11.2017 - 21:15