BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
Covid: Labour calls for Plan B measures in England
(24/10/2021 @ 12:24)
But the chancellor says the data does not suggest "immediately" moving to government's back-up plan.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Husband begins new hunger strike in London
(24/10/2021 @ 14:13)
Aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is distraught at the prospect of returning to jail, her husband says.
Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts has bowel cancer
(24/10/2021 @ 14:49)
The 42-year-old, who will have surgery to remove a tumour on Monday, says the "outlook is positive".
Tesco say website and app down after hack attempt
(24/10/2021 @ 11:12)
Britain's biggest supermarket investigates a possible hack as shoppers are locked out for more than a day.
Budget about investing in public services - Sunak
(24/10/2021 @ 07:56)
The chancellor says he will set out a plan for rebuilding the economy next week based on skills.
Manchester United 0-5 Liverpool: Salah hat-trick as Solskjaer's side thrashed
(24/10/2021 @ 14:44)
Mohamed Salah scores a hat-trick and Paul Pogba is sent off as clinical Liverpool embarrass Manchester United 5-0 at Old Trafford.
Ed Sheeran tests positive for Covid-19
(24/10/2021 @ 12:11)
The singer-songwriter says he will be "self-isolating and following government guidelines".
Brentwood: Eight murder arrests after two teenage boys die
(24/10/2021 @ 14:08)
Brentwood's MP says it is a "very dark day" for the town after the suspected stabbings.
Four police officers hurt in Coventry City football disorder
(24/10/2021 @ 12:46)
One was taken to hospital after trouble erupted at Coventry City's ground on Saturday.
David McCartney: Huge search for missing Yorkshire Dales walker
(24/10/2021 @ 11:27)
Mountain rescuers, cavers, drones and search dogs from across England have joined in the search.
Spiking: Women scared to go out amid rise in cases, MP says
(24/10/2021 @ 05:36)
Labour's shadow minister for victims and youth justice calls for misogyny to become a hate crime.
Covid: Travellers now able to use cheaper Covid tests
(23/10/2021 @ 23:00)
Fully-jabbed people returning to England can now take lateral flow tests instead of PCR tests.
Covid in Scotland: Half of 12-15 year olds receive vaccine first dose
(22/10/2021 @ 14:29)
More than 50% of the youngest age group eligible for vaccination have come forward for a jab.
Government should tell obese to eat less, says ex-minister Lord Robathan
(21/10/2021 @ 08:19)
Tory peer Lord Robathan says the government's anti-obesity drive is not working - but a minister defends it.
Tory MPs don't need masks as they know each other, says Rees-Mogg
(21/10/2021 @ 17:51)
The Commons leader says maskless Tory MPs are in line with official guidance as they know each other.
Government borrowing falls in September
(21/10/2021 @ 05:22)
Borrowing was lower than a year earlier, but was still the second-highest number on record for September.
NHS Wales records its worst ever performance figures
(21/10/2021 @ 07:04)
Waiting lists in Wales stand at 657,539, which is equivalent to more than a fifth of the population.
Covid: More restrictions unlikely, says Eluned Morgan
(21/10/2021 @ 14:02)
People are urged to play their part in keeping coronavirus at bay in the run-up to Christmas.
Covid-19: New mutation of Delta variant under close watch in UK
(19/10/2021 @ 07:11)
Scientists are studying it to better understand how much of a threat it may pose.
'My student loan refund took six years'
(23/10/2021 @ 19:23)
Rebecca Gale says she was "shocked and then angry" the Student Loans Company took so long to repay her.
Tamar Bridge marks 60th anniversary
(24/10/2021 @ 02:37)
The bridge - which connects Devon and Cornwall - carries 16 million vehicles a year.
Social care crisis: Woman, 92, waited four months to be discharged
(24/10/2021 @ 03:03)
Dementia patient Esme Hanson was left stranded in hospital because of a lack of home care.
Who owns Scotland? Mapping urban land ownership
(24/10/2021 @ 04:24)
Martin Geissler looks at who owns buildings and spaces in our towns and cities and why it matters.
Stephen Merchant: How Outlaws creator took comedy to the dark side
(23/10/2021 @ 19:25)
His show, which throws seven strangers together, is a far cry from The Office and Lip Sync Battle.
Carlisle woman is crowned Britain's fittest farmer
(24/10/2021 @ 05:08)
She had to pull out of last year's contest after coming into contact with someone with Covid.
â€˜I left university and adopted my brother and sister'
(23/10/2021 @ 19:30)
When Jemma Bere's family was in crisis, she made a split-second decision that changed the trajectory of her life.
Budget 2021: What is it and when will it happen?
(21/10/2021 @ 09:45)
The Budget - when is it, what does it do and what should we expect to hear from the chancellor?
Story of 1948 sprinter who won historic gold at London 1948
(23/10/2021 @ 04:46)
Dr Arthur Wint won Jamaica's first Olympic gold medal and was the Usain Bolt of his time.
Who gives the Queen medical advice?
(22/10/2021 @ 13:26)
The Queen's physician has to maintain privacy for a patient whose life is lived out in public.
'I. Am. So. Sorry': Talking about my pregnancy losses
(22/10/2021 @ 19:49)
The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar has reported on maternal health and the issues women face across the world. Here she reflects on her own experiences of pregnancy and baby loss.
Budget 2021: Six things that could affect you
(22/10/2021 @ 17:07)
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his second Budget for 2021 next week. How will it affect you?
The soft toys parents hope connect kids to their faith
(22/10/2021 @ 19:54)
Why sales of 'singing' religious cuddly toys for very young children are booming.
'Years to get children back on track after Covid'
(22/10/2021 @ 12:02)
How the pandemic has affected child development in one primary school in north-east England.
Sex education: Could consent classes help end harassment?
(21/10/2021 @ 19:18)
Relationship education is now compulsory in England, including sex education at secondary schools.
Should the government do more to protect the NHS?
(21/10/2021 @ 08:16)
Doctors fear they could be overwhelmed, but new measures are still not being deployed in England.
How to plug the UK into desert sunshine
(21/10/2021 @ 19:04)
One company plans to build the world's longest electricity cable to connect Morocco to the UK.
Newcastle United: Why is Saudi Arabia-led takeover controversial?
(21/10/2021 @ 19:23)
Here are some of the reasons why the Saudi-led consortium has proved controversial.
'We knew something was wrong when mum shrank'
(22/10/2021 @ 01:23)
Alison McDonald was diagnosed with a blood cancer after she lost several inches in height.
Kim Leadbeater: Serious conversations needed on safety for MPs
(23/10/2021 @ 19:11)
Kim Leadbeater says a "serious conversation" about the safety of people in public life is needed.
Moped gangs with machetes target London's cyclists
(22/10/2021 @ 01:00)
Cyclists are having their bikes stolen in violent attacks from thieves in the capital.
Covid: Rollercoaster fan takes 6,000th ride after pandemic delays
(24/10/2021 @ 02:03)
Covid left him waiting to pass the milestone after 25 years of enjoying the wooden rollercoaster.
Dads' suicide awareness walk raises £500k for charity
(24/10/2021 @ 01:29)
They walked 300 miles for a suicide prevention charity after their daughters took their own lives.
'I've learnt to communicate through art'
(23/10/2021 @ 19:14)
Matthew Rutherford lost the ability to speak after a car crash but has embraced a new approach.
Covid: Fake strays surge post-lockdown sees more dogs put down
(23/10/2021 @ 02:06)
Some lockdown pet owners pretend dogs are genuine strays after failing to sell them, rescuers say.
Manchester Reform Synagogue service ambushed by group with swastikas
(24/10/2021 @ 08:40)
Worshippers felt "shaken" after racist images were shown in a Sabbath service on Zoom, a rabbi says.
Health secretary admits 'absolutely' a risk of Covid spike after COP26
(24/10/2021 @ 09:40)
Scotland's health secretary cannot rule out restrictions if the UN climate summit creates a Covid spike.
Covid-19: Infection rates 'stubbornly high' in Northern Ireland
(24/10/2021 @ 09:54)
It is unheard of for hospitals to be running well beyond capacity at this time of year, says a GP.
Covid passes: Ministers consider widening use in Wales
(24/10/2021 @ 10:41)
Welsh government "thinking about" changes amid concern about high levels of Covid-19, says minister.
Ormonde offshore wind farm debris could be widespread
(24/10/2021 @ 07:51)
Engineers say parts of a turbine fell into the sea during maintenance work at an offshore wind farm.
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