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Brexit: Johnson in race to win support for deal

The PM will try to persuade MPs to back his deal ahead of what is expected to be a knife-edge vote on Saturday in the Commons.

(17/10/2019 @ 23:06)

Scottish Court to review bid to stop 'illegal' Brexit deal

Anti-Brexit campaigner Jo Maugham has lodged a petition at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.

(17/10/2019 @ 20:14)

Brexit: Nigel Dodds says Boris Johnson is 'too eager to get deal'

The DUP says it will not support the PM's plan for NI as it has concerns about customs and consent.

(17/10/2019 @ 13:12)

'County-lines gangs fuelling' child slavery rise

Figures reveal an 807% increase in the number of known child victims of modern slavery.

(17/10/2019 @ 22:20)

Police arrest 743 in blitz on 'county lines' drugs gangs

A week of raids across England and Wales netted cocaine, crack and heroin worth over £400,000.

(17/10/2019 @ 22:15)

Conservative MP Mark Field to stand down over Brexit disagreement

Mark Field says he has "no desire to become a disaffected, dissenting voice from the backbenches".

(17/10/2019 @ 18:17)

Feeding ducks bread: Viral sign sparks anger and confusion

A sign has stirred up confusion and angry debate about whether or not ducks should eat bread.

(17/10/2019 @ 19:24)

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: Royal plane aborts landing after Pakistan storms

An RAF aircraft carrying the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge twice tried to land in Islamabad.

(17/10/2019 @ 13:02)

Kevin McCloud property firms face liquidation

People lent thousands of pounds to a company which was founded by the Grand Designs presenter.

(17/10/2019 @ 09:43)

Drayton Manor to be prosecuted over Evha Jannath's death

Evha Jannath, 11, died after falling from Drayton Manor's Splash Canyon water ride in 2017.

(17/10/2019 @ 13:33)

Paul Gascoigne cleared of sex assault on train passenger

The ex-footballer has been cleared of both assault and sexual assault after kissing a woman on a train.

(17/10/2019 @ 12:25)

E-fit released to identify man who fell from plane

The body of a man, believed to be Kenyan, was found in a garden in Clapham in June.

(17/10/2019 @ 11:54)

Brexit: What happens now?

The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?

(17/10/2019 @ 12:37)

Brexit deal: What does it mean?

Boris Johnson has agreed a new Brexit deal with the EU - but what does it mean and will Parliament pass it?

(17/10/2019 @ 11:53)

Brexit deal: Where have the UK and EU compromised?

After tense negotiations, both sides made concessions to reach a new deal.

(17/10/2019 @ 13:30)

Legal bid at Court of Session to stop MPs passing 'illegal' Brexit deal

Anti-Brexit campaigner Jo Maugham has lodged a petition at Scotland's highest civil court.

(17/10/2019 @ 08:27)

The man who owns 1,000 meteorites

Graham Ensor says finding rocks that have travelled billions of miles "is an incredible feeling".

(17/10/2019 @ 19:09)

Channel 4 move makes Leeds the new media city

The broadcaster opens a new "national HQ" to better reflect life across Britain.

(17/10/2019 @ 22:22)

Prince William and Kate bowl over royal fans on Pakistan tour

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take to the crease on the fourth day of their visit to the country.

(17/10/2019 @ 21:29)

Harry Dunn death: Is extraditing Anne Sacoolas a realistic prospect?

What are the legal options that might provide Harry Dunn's parents with the details of his death?

(17/10/2019 @ 10:30)

The Derbyshire village recreated out of fruit cake

A baker spent three months constructing the sweet model of Eyam village in Derbyshire.

(16/10/2019 @ 19:03)

Which crimes are least likely to be solved?

Many crimes in the UK remain unsolved and many are not even reported - details in 10 charts.

(17/10/2019 @ 06:47)

My Money: 'BOOM, suddenly £14.99 less rich!'

As part of a new BBC blog series, Olivia Davies shares what she's spent her money on this week.

(16/10/2019 @ 19:12)

Tricky's 'world was over' when his daughter Mazy died

The rapper and actor's memoirs reveal his struggle with anxiety after his daughter's death.

(16/10/2019 @ 12:03)

Brexit: What have been the sticking points?

A revised Brexit deal, acceptable to both UK and EU negotiators, remains elusive. What have been the main sticking points?

(17/10/2019 @ 03:43)

Charles Jencks: The architect who made cancer care a work of art

Charles Jencks believed the design of the centres inspired by his wife, Maggie, should lift the spirits of patients.

(15/10/2019 @ 21:17)

Stormzy's Merky Books will publish Malorie Blackman's autobiography

The Noughts and Crosses author is already published by Penguin Random House, which runs Merky Books.

(16/10/2019 @ 12:14)

Unmanned ship to go on 400-year-old journey across the Atlantic

UK-based team to chart unprecedented waters with fully autonomous sea journey.

(16/10/2019 @ 07:01)

BBC 100 Women 2019: Who is on the list this year?

Our most inspiring and influential women of 2019 give us their vision of a female-led future.

(16/10/2019 @ 02:36)

Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal - will MPs support it?

With an agreement reached with the EU, Boris Johnson now needs MPs to back it in Parliament.

(17/10/2019 @ 14:52)

New Brexit deal: Four ways it's different, one way it's the same

Brussels correspondent Adam Fleming compares Boris Johnson's withdrawal agreement with Theresa May's.

(17/10/2019 @ 14:17)

Brexit: Who are the DUP?

The BBC's Jayne McCormack explains why the Democratic Unionist Party has so much power.

(17/10/2019 @ 17:54)

BA passengers: Cabin fumes affected our health

Passengers on a British Airways flight that filled with smoke mid-air say they're still having breathing difficulties two months on.

(17/10/2019 @ 10:38)

Man's giant vegetables set new world records

Joe Atherton, 64, hopes his world records will not be beet, after growing hefty turnips, carrots, leeks and parsnips.

(17/10/2019 @ 19:06)

Headway Suffolk Brainy Dogs scheme 'gave me my best friend'

Rescue dog Bee is helping people recovering from brain injury gain confidence.

(17/10/2019 @ 01:08)

The Papers: Johnson's plea to MPs after sealing Brexit deal

A beaming Boris Johnson appears on most of Friday's front pages as the papers look ahead to Saturday's vote on his deal.

(18/10/2019 @ 00:46)

Demand for transgender awareness courses 'up 50%'

Somerset-based Diversity Trust said people wanted to understand because they "don't want to offend".

(17/10/2019 @ 19:22)

SNP calls for Brexit extension and general election

Ian Blackford tables an amendment calling for a three month delay to allow time for a general election.

(17/10/2019 @ 14:58)

Muckamore Abbey Hospital: Belfast Trust spends £4m on vacancies

Thirty six hospital employees are temporarily suspended as police investigate patient abuse allegations.

(18/10/2019 @ 01:29)

Brexit: Labour MPs who want PM's deal should 'be honest'

Those MPs who fear a no-deal Brexit should back the new deal, a senior Tory MP says.

(17/10/2019 @ 20:36)

Coventry doctor squeezed nurse's bottom 'after reaction to Pet Remedy'

Dr Colin Gelder claimed he was "high" and not "thinking rationally" when he fondled a nurse.

(17/10/2019 @ 14:38)

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- Nature et durée des épreuves terminales , Bac G et T - session 2021:  BO n° 34 du 19 septembre 2019
- Eduscol: Ressources en ETLV- Enseignement de spécialité "Langues, litteratures et cultures étrangères et régionales de la classe terminale de la voie générale":BO spécial n° 8 du 25 juillet 2019
- Eduscol : série de  Sujets Zéro pour les nouvelles épreuves du Bac 2021.- Enseignement de spécialité LLCER: Programme limitatif pour l'enseignement de spécialité LLCER Anglais : BO n°22 du 29 mai 2019
- Baccalauréat général et technologique: Épreuves communes de contrôle continu de langues vivantes A et B - session 2021:BO n°17 du 25 avril 2019
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