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Russia to formally annex four more areas of Ukraine
Russia is to press ahead with annexation days after conducting unrecognised referendums.
29.09.2022 - 13:53

Tyson Fury calls on Anthony Joshua to sign fight contract by Thursday
Tyson Fury urges fellow British heavyweight Anthony Joshua to sign a contract for a world-title fight in December.
29.09.2022 - 13:43

Ukraine war: Finland closes border to Russian tourists
It now means all of Russia's European Union neighbours have shut their borders to its tourists.
29.09.2022 - 13:37

Striking barristers to vote on pay proposals
Lawyers in England and Wales are to vote on whether to end a strike after a new offer from government.
29.09.2022 - 13:00

Danny Boyle's dance Matrix set for Manchester's £186m Factory arts venue
The director's live version of the 1999 film will be among the first shows at Manchester's Factory.
29.09.2022 - 13:00

Dover summer queue warning under new EU border system
Holidaymakers and lorries could face long queues under the changes, the Port of Dover's boss warns.
29.09.2022 - 12:32

Windsor Castle: Hundreds queue to visit Queen's final resting place in St George's Chapel
The Queen was buried with Prince Philip and alongside the remains of her father, mother and sister.
29.09.2022 - 12:14

Unravelling the mystery of the unknown bairn
How a podcast may have solved the mystery of a dead child washed up on a Fife beach in 1971.
29.09.2022 - 12:06

Car crushed by tractor in crash caught on CCTV at RAF Mildenhall
Police say nobody was seriously injured in the incident outside an airbase.
29.09.2022 - 12:05

Nord Stream: Sweden finds new leak in Russian gas pipeline
The EU says the leaks are caused by sabotage and promises the "strongest possible response".
29.09.2022 - 11:59

Government is undercutting institutions - Carney
Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney accuses Downing Street of working at cross-purposes with the Bank.
29.09.2022 - 11:42

Cancer charity boss put donations into Welsh dragon plan
The foundation made no charitable donations by the time it closed, and the dragon was never built.
29.09.2022 - 11:36

Coolio: Michelle Pfeiffer and Snoop Dogg lead tributes to Gangsta's Paradise rapper
Stars pay tribute to Gangsta's Paradise rapper, who has died at 59 after being found unresponsive.
29.09.2022 - 11:24

MLB: 'See ya!' Judge hits record-equalling home run
New York Yankees' Aaron Judge hits his 61st home run of the season to tie Roger Maris' 61-year-old American League record.
29.09.2022 - 11:09

England women to end 2022 against Japan and Norway
European champions England will play their final two games of 2022 against Japan and Norway in November.
29.09.2022 - 10:43

GFSN League: 20 years of LGBTQ+ league whose aim is not to exist
The Gay Football Supporters' Network (GFSN) League celebrates its 20th anniversary - and has the eventual aim of not needing to exist.
29.09.2022 - 09:07

Why is the Bank of England buying government debt?
The BBC's Economics Editor Faisal Islam explains why the Bank of England had to act.
29.09.2022 - 07:45

Erling Haaland's records - and the ones he could break as Man City face Man Utd
Erling Haaland has already broken several records this season and there could be plenty more to come.
29.09.2022 - 07:14

House of Zana owner hopes Zara trademark win will inspire others
Amber Kotrri says since her victory other businesses said they also received letters from Zara.
29.09.2022 - 07:02

Optus: How a massive data breach has exposed Australia
Anger rises after 40% of Australians had details stolen in possibly the nation's worst-ever breach.
29.09.2022 - 03:20

Dogs can sniff out stress on owner's breath
Four dogs successfully identified samples of sweat or breath taken from a stressed person.
29.09.2022 - 02:59

Revealed: Huge gas flaring emissions never reported
BBC investigation finds oil companies not declaring millions of tonnes of cancer-linked emissions.
29.09.2022 - 02:58

The long-misdiagnosed student heading to Cambridge to study medicine
For years, Suffolk teenager Katy Shaw's symptoms were either misdiagnosed or not believed.
29.09.2022 - 02:35

Online scam exposed - the cars that don’t exist
A fake car dealership website defrauded victims out of thousands of pounds, BBC investigation finds.
29.09.2022 - 02:06

Lula: Can Brazil's 'most popular president' win again?
Presidential candidate Lula is ahead in the polls, despite a legacy tainted by corruption scandals.
29.09.2022 - 01:23

Shania Twain: I was touch and go with Covid
The country singer on a brush with death, standing up to sexism, and her "celebratory" new album.
29.09.2022 - 01:19

Ron's house: Minotaur head and lion discovered in rented Birkenhead flat
Ron Gittins transformed his rented home in Birkenhead and now campaigners are trying to buy it.
29.09.2022 - 01:16

Treasury rejects U-turn on mini-budget despite turmoil
Government departments are also being told to find cuts to help reduce spending, the BBC is told.
29.09.2022 - 00:04


Stormzy: Diversity isn't just a buzzword
He urges the music industry to take the issue more seriously, as he's honoured for his charity work.
28.09.2022 - 21:46

Can my mortgage offer be withdrawn? And other questions
BBC News personal-finance correspondent Kevin Peachey answers your mortgage questions.
28.09.2022 - 19:00

Faisal Islam: Will Bank's move halt economic crisis?
This is a huge intervention that will buy the government time but not solve its problems.
28.09.2022 - 16:10

Ukraine war: On the front line with troops in Kherson region
The BBC’s Abdujalil Abdurasulov reports from Ukrainian front line positions in the Kherson region
28.09.2022 - 15:25

How much money is the UK government borrowing?
How does a government borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
28.09.2022 - 14:55

Mental health patient: ‘I’ve been treated like an animal’
A mental health hospital has traumatised a vulnerable young woman with autism, her family says.
28.09.2022 - 14:31

Mortgage rates: 'If we can't afford higher payments, we lose our home'
Some economists predict the Bank of England will raise the interest rate to as much as 5.8% by next spring.
28.09.2022 - 13:09

Why is the US dollar so strong, and what does it mean?
The US dollar is at a 20-year high, and that affects businesses and households across the world.
28.09.2022 - 10:44


Falling pound: What does it mean for me and my finances?
The value of the pound touched a record low against the dollar on Monday after big tax cuts were announced.
27.09.2022 - 17:07

UK interest rates: How high could they go?
Interest rates are at their highest level for 14 years. Here is what it means for you.
27.09.2022 - 15:30