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Amazon fires: 'Our house is burning', Macron warns ahead of G7
The French president's call for the issue to be discussed at the G7 summit angers Brazil’s president.
23.08.2019 - 02:35
Four-in-one pill prevents third of heart problems
The drug combination has huge potential and would cost just "pennies a day", say the researchers.
23.08.2019 - 02:17
Facial recognition technology aims to cut passport queue times
The UK Home Office is considering a system which would let you walk through immigration without showing your passport.
23.08.2019 - 01:14
Edinburgh Fringe female performers 'sexually harassed'
Women report being groped and subjected to lewd comments while out promoting their shows.
23.08.2019 - 01:29
Bake Off judge Prue Leith joins hospital food improvement review
The celebrity chef will help set new quality standards as part of the government's review of hospital food.
23.08.2019 - 01:49
Brexit: Backstop indispensable, Macron tells Johnson
PM meets French president in Paris, insisting Brexit impasse can be broken "with energy and creativity".
22.08.2019 - 18:50
Russian nuclear accident: Medics fear 'radioactive patients'
Arctic hospital staff did not know that military test victims were irradiated, the BBC learns.
23.08.2019 - 01:34
Critically-ill British citizen 'stuck in Oman'
David Hughes, who has months to live, says the British embassy has provided little help to get him home.
23.08.2019 - 02:46
Ryanair rated 'greedy and arrogant' by customers
Ryanair has been rated worst for customer service out of 100 big British brands, according to Which?.
23.08.2019 - 01:01
Glasgow University's 'bold' move to pay back slave trade profits
A Glasgow University study reveals it benefited to the tune of tens of millions of pounds from racial slavery.
23.08.2019 - 01:18
William and Kate take budget flight from Norwich to Aberdeen
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge boarded a Flybe jet at Norwich airport.
22.08.2019 - 20:26
The Papers: Macron's French resistance and Royal budget flight
The papers lead on Boris Johnson's meeting with Emmanuel Macron as well as Prince William and Kate's £73 flight.
23.08.2019 - 01:13
White supremacy gangs in the US: How and why people join
Why do some people join white supremacy gangs and what does it take to get it one?
23.08.2019 - 02:32
Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Will Tokyo be accessible enough?
Tokyo is set to host the next Paralympic Games in 2020 - but how accessible is the Japanese capital?
23.08.2019 - 01:09
Did Boris Johnson put his foot in it in talks with Macron?
The prime minister has been criticised for putting his foot on a table in front of Emmanuel Macron.
23.08.2019 - 00:18
Pigs' emotions could be read by new farming technology
New technology has been developed to detect how happy the animals are.
23.08.2019 - 01:18
Quiz of the week: Did you read about Bowie's bandstand?
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?
23.08.2019 - 02:34
Giraffes given greater protection from unregulated trade as numbers fall
Numbers of the world's tallest mammal have fallen in Africa by 40% in the past three decades.
22.08.2019 - 18:53
Indonesia cuts off internet to Papua following protests
Demonstrators calling for Papuan independence held a rally in Jakarta after days of riots in Indonesia's eastern region.
22.08.2019 - 22:36
Results day: Derbyshire school's misspelt GCSE banner put up
The school's assistant principal says she was "an idiot" for not spotting the spelling mistake.
22.08.2019 - 17:32
Sea eagles reintroduced to England for first time since 1780
The birds, with a wingspan of up to 2.5m, have not been recorded in England since 1780.
22.08.2019 - 15:14
Magdalene Laundries victim hopes she has helped others
Mary Cavner says she will never speak about the Magdalene Laundries again after receiving compensation.
22.08.2019 - 16:25
Football grounds to pubs: Our fight for free tampons
Has your period ever ruined a night out? Three Celtic fans are trying to do something about it.
22.08.2019 - 03:57
Ugandan war survivors partnered with therapy dogs
A scheme in Uganda partners dogs with war survivors to help them overcome trauma.
22.08.2019 - 01:01
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24.06.2019 - 07:57
The fake baby adoption scam
Social media connected a couple looking to adopt with a baby. Or so they thought.
23.08.2019 - 02:08
Trans conversion therapy survivor: 'I wanted to be cured so asked to be electrocuted'
As a teenage boy, Carolyn Mercer had electric shock therapy on the NHS in the hope she would be "cured".
23.08.2019 - 02:36
How to escape a strange house when you're blind
Reece wakes up hungover and alone with no possessions in a large unfamiliar house. He's blind and needs to get home.
23.08.2019 - 02:39
Does a Pride event need Kylie or Ariana Grande?
LGBT Pride events have become big business, but does that distract from their original purpose?
23.08.2019 - 02:41
Would you let your child become a 'kid influencer'?
Social media influencers are getting younger and younger, but at what cost to their wellbeing?
23.08.2019 - 01:36
Hail Satan?: The Satanists battling for religious freedom
The documentary shining a new light on the Satanic Temple and its battle for religious freedom.
23.08.2019 - 02:28
The future of food: Why farming is moving indoors
Vertical farming is fast-expanding but the costs are high and the food range is limited - for now.
23.08.2019 - 01:13
Prince Andrew's links to Jeffrey Epstein
The Duke of York has come under scrutiny for his connection to the late US financier. Here's what we know.
21.08.2019 - 22:01
Ashes 2019: Jofra Archer 'flattered' by Dale Steyn comparison
England bowler Jofra Archer says he is "flattered" to be compared to South Africa great Dale Steyn after taking 6-45 on day one of the third Ashes Test.
22.08.2019 - 22:36
Wolves claim first-leg Europa League victory at Torino
Wolves are in a good position to qualify for the Europa League group stage for the first time after winning 3-2 away in Italy against Torino.
23.08.2019 - 00:43
Wilder opens restaurant in Batley - then vows to 'get rid' of Ortiz and Fury
WBC champion Deontay Wilder vows to "get rid" of Luis Ortiz and Tyson Fury in his coming fights amid "surreal" scenes at a restaurant opening in West Yorkshire.
23.08.2019 - 00:12
Linfield shock Qarabag in Europa League first leg - highlights & report
Two goals from an inspired Shayne Lavery help Linfield stun Azerbaijan champions Qarabag 3-2 in the Europa League play-off first leg.
22.08.2019 - 23:16
World's fastest man Coleman investigated over three alleged missed drugs tests
US sprinter Christian Coleman is under investigation over concerns he may have missed three drugs tests.
22.08.2019 - 22:11
Ashes highlights: England bowl Australia out on day one of third Test
England bowl Australia out for 179, with Jofra Archer taking 6-45, on day one of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
22.08.2019 - 21:33
Ashes: England's Ben Stokes' full toss removes Australia's Marnus Labuschagne at Headingley
Australia's Marnus Labuschagne is trapped lbw by England's Ben Stokes on day one of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
22.08.2019 - 20:40
Five ways UK farmers are tackling climate change
Farms are on the front line of climate change - vulnerable to extreme weather events - so farmers are coming up with new and surprising ways of tackling the problem.
18.08.2019 - 18:05
‘Men have always taken the glory': Why more women are becoming farmers
A growing proportion of the UK's farmers are female - we meet some of the women joining the industry.
21.08.2019 - 09:16
Trials and tribulations of a cabbage farmer
Barrie Reynolds gave the BBC a glimpse into what it's like running a 70-acre farm in Cornwall.
22.08.2019 - 20:15
Farming: The UK's deadliest industry
While the number of construction deaths has dropped over the past 30 years, fatalities in agriculture remain high.
22.08.2019 - 02:00
No-deal Brexit 'could cost farms £850m in profits'
A no-deal Brexit could be a greater challenge than BSE and foot-and-mouth, a researcher suggests.
20.08.2019 - 02:13
The DMZ 'gardening job' that almost sparked a war
In 1976, North Koreans killed two US officers in the DMZ over a tree, sparking a huge military gardening operation.
21.08.2019 - 02:44