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Royal Mail talks over pay on brink of collapse
A source says continuing strike action could mean Royal Mail is put into administration.
28.03.2023 - 14:46

Northern Ireland terrorism threat level rises
The move follows a rise in dissident republican activity, including a gun attack on a top policeman.
28.03.2023 - 14:42

Bullying and toxic culture at one of England's largest NHS trusts - report
The review comes after a BBC investigation into claims of a climate of fear at Birmingham hospitals.
28.03.2023 - 14:42

Jeremy Corbyn: Labour vote to ban ex-leader standing as candidate
Jeremy Corbyn was ejected from the parliamentary Labour party due to a row over antisemitism.
28.03.2023 - 14:40

Two people stabbed to death at the Ismaili Centre in Lisbon
The attacker was arrested after the incident at the city's Ismaili Centre, Portuguese police say.
28.03.2023 - 14:18

Nicola Sturgeon formally resigns as first minister
Ms Sturgeon leaves her Bute House residence for the final time after 3,051 days as Scotland's first minister.
28.03.2023 - 14:09

Stokes has injection in problem knee before flying to IPL
England Test captain Ben Stokes has an injection in his troublesome left knee before departing for his stint in the Indian Premier League.
28.03.2023 - 14:08

Hampton in England's final pre-World Cup squad
Hannah Hampton is included in England manager Sarina Wiegman's 25-player squad for next month's friendlies against Brazil and Australia.
28.03.2023 - 14:00

Bank of England on heightened alert for further banking turmoil
Bank of England says it remains vigilant after US bank collapses spark fears over financial stability.
28.03.2023 - 13:40

Police investigate 'headbutt' on Celtic boss after Rangers game
Rangers coach Craig McPherson approached Fran Alonso after the Celtic women's team scored a late equaliser.
28.03.2023 - 12:58

Music star Angélique Kidjo says the Grammys 'need diversity'
"We are working on it," says the star, who sits on the awards' board of trustees.
28.03.2023 - 12:45

William Hill let new customer bet £23,000 in 20 minutes
Gambling firm hit with record £19m penalty for failing to protect customers and weak anti-money laundering controls.
28.03.2023 - 12:42

Nashville school shooting: Police seize guns at home of attacker
Three children and three adults have been killed by an ex-student at a school in Nashville.
28.03.2023 - 11:00

Awaab Ishak: Rochdale housing group dismissed residents - report
Rochdale Boroughwide Housing was "dismissive" and "unsympathetic" with residents, a report finds.
28.03.2023 - 07:34

Good Friday Agreement: Gerry Adams praises David Trimble's peace bravery
Former Sinn Féin president says he only recently realised how difficult it was for the UUP leader.
28.03.2023 - 07:20

Malaga: From Champions League to inescapable nightmare in 10 years
Ten years ago Malaga were playing in a Champions League quarter-final, now they are on the brink of dropping into Spain's third tier.
28.03.2023 - 07:16

Paternoster lift at Essex university is TikTok hit
Videos demonstrating the 1960s lift at the University of Essex have been watched millions of times.
28.03.2023 - 07:13

Can Humza Yousaf unite the SNP?
Humza Yousaf faces several challenges as he takes over as SNP leader and Scotland's first minister.
28.03.2023 - 07:11

Anthony Joshua v Jermaine Franklin: Behind the scenes at Texas training camp
Tony Bellew visits Anthony Joshua at his training camp in Dallas as he prepares for his comeback bout with Jermaine Franklin on Saturday.
28.03.2023 - 07:06

Amateur Australian gold digger finds massive nugget
The specimen was found with a budget metal detector and weighed in at 4.6kg.
28.03.2023 - 06:22

Inside Britain's biggest sewer under London's River Thames
The new tunnel under the River Thames in London is 25km long was built at a cost of almost £5bn.
28.03.2023 - 06:02

Coronation street party deadline is looming
If you want to close your street over the bank holiday weekend, you need to get your application in soon.
28.03.2023 - 05:12

Reach for the Stars: The perils of being a 90s pop star
Exhaustion, fist fights and no money: A new book, Reach For The Stars, uncovers pop's dirty secrets.
28.03.2023 - 04:39

Lebanon crisis: The Syrian refugees recycling to stay alive
Companies pay tiny amounts for recyclable waste in Beirut. Deiri Fayyad dives into bins to find it.
28.03.2023 - 04:31

Nazare: Love and pain on the world's biggest wave
For generations of locals, Nazare's giant waves meant only death and danger to locals. Now, they have fuelled a big-wave surfing boom in the town.
28.03.2023 - 01:16

The tech helping driverless cars see round corners
A trial in London used existing street cameras to help an autonomous car navigate city streets.
28.03.2023 - 01:13

Chris Mason: Old tensions to remain for SNP's new leader
The election of Humza Yousaf gives the SNP a softer political landing than a Kate Forbes victory.
28.03.2023 - 00:27


Israel judicial reform: Why is there a crisis?
Israel is facing one of the biggest internal crises in its history - here's why.
27.03.2023 - 21:06

How will Scotland's new first minister be appointed?
Humza Yousaf will face a vote in the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday before being confirmed as the country's sixth first minister.
27.03.2023 - 18:24

Harry's power play: Why has the prince turned up at court?
The prince's appearance at London’s High Court took many by surprise.
27.03.2023 - 18:23

Nitrous oxide: What is it and how dangerous is it?
How is laughing gas used and what does it do to your body?
27.03.2023 - 17:43

Humza Yousaf: We will be the generation that delivers independence for Scotland
Humza Yousaf has called on the party to unite behind him after he was elected as new leader of the SNP.
27.03.2023 - 16:26

Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash trial: Who's who
Paltrow's accuser Terry Sanderson will testify on Monday, as will three members of her family,
27.03.2023 - 16:25

Who is the new SNP leader?
He was widely seen as the preferred candidate of the SNP establishment - including Nicola Sturgeon.
27.03.2023 - 16:15

Lineker cried over support from Wright and Shearer
The football TV host says had "a tear in my eye" after his co-presenters supported him over BBC row.
27.03.2023 - 14:13

Cost of living: What payments are available and how do you claim?
Low-income households, pensioners and some disabled people can get extra help with energy bills.
27.03.2023 - 13:37

Cost of living: Derbyshire chip shop that opened in 1961 to close
Dennis Jackson, 84, will hang up his apron on 8 April and says it will be an emotional day.
27.03.2023 - 03:25

Cost of living: What are your rights as a tenant when you're renting?
With one in five people now renting in the UK, it's important to understand your rights as a tenant.
27.03.2023 - 01:05


Nicola Sturgeon's legacy as first minister in eight charts
As she prepares to leave office, what do the numbers tell us about Ms Sturgeon's record on the key issues?
24.03.2023 - 07:12


What is the UK inflation rate and why is the cost of living rising?
The rate at which prices are rising has jumped again, driven by soaring food prices.
23.03.2023 - 14:49

Mortgages: What happens if I miss a payment?
Homeowners are worried about higher mortgage costs, but lenders must help those struggling.
23.03.2023 - 14:17

What is the Bank of England and why does it change interest rates?
The Bank of England has put up interest rates to 4.25% in an attempt to curb rising inflation.
23.03.2023 - 13:29

UK interest rates: What the rise means for you
The Bank of England has raised the rate from 4% to 4.25%, creating higher mortgage costs.
23.03.2023 - 13:20


UK inflation rate calculator: How much are prices rising for you?
Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.
22.03.2023 - 08:16


Ros Atkins on how UK wages have failed to keep up with cost of living
Panorama explores the extent of the challenges facing the UK economy.
20.03.2023 - 06:49


Six tips for getting a job if you're over 50
Recruiters and charities give their advice for anyone wanting to get back into work.
16.03.2023 - 12:05


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.
14.03.2023 - 15:29


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?
03.02.2023 - 14:45


BBC Food's £1 recipe meal plan for six
Cheap family dinners that will cost you £1 a portion, or less.
16.11.2022 - 10:27


Mortgage calculator: how much will my mortgage go up?
Use our calculator to find out how much mortgage payments could go up for your household.
03.11.2022 - 11:47


Rent increases: What you can do about a rise from your landlord
The BBC's Lora Jones tells you four things you can do, if your landlord asks for more money.
18.10.2022 - 00:42

Cost of living: How can I save money on my food shop?
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
05.07.2022 - 14:40