BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
Brexit: May offers more assurances to EU nationals
(18/10/2017 @ 21:00)
Ahead of a key summit, Theresa May vows to make it as easy as possible for them to stay in the UK.
Hundreds of families block organ donation
(18/10/2017 @ 20:08)
Legally, consent lies with the deceased, but in practice, relatives' wishes are always respected.
Abuse common in music industry too - Sir Tom Jones
(19/10/2017 @ 01:00)
The singer tells the BBC an encounter early in his career made him feel "terrible".
UK banks exposed to money laundering in South Africa
(18/10/2017 @ 19:05)
Lord Peter Hain says the banks "maybe inadvertently have been conduits for the corrupt proceeds of money".
'Steep rise' in self-harm among teenage girls
(18/10/2017 @ 20:17)
Researchers say it is likely the increase is real and not just down to better awareness from GPs.
Ex-England captain Terry Butcher 'devastated' by son's death
(18/10/2017 @ 17:28)
Terry Butcher said his son Christopher's life had been "tragically cut short".
One in four 'trapped in low-paid jobs'
(18/10/2017 @ 19:05)
The Social Mobility Commission says low pay is "endemic" in the UK.
Chippenham explosion leaves man with serious burns
(18/10/2017 @ 17:00)
The cause of the blast at a property in Chippenham is not yet known.
Mother calls for independent inquiry into child's injuries
(18/10/2017 @ 19:38)
A mother calls for an independent investigation into her son's care at a special needs school in east London.
Mark Sampson: FA sorry over race remarks to Eniola Aluko & Drew Spence
(18/10/2017 @ 16:17)
The FA apologises to two players for racially discriminatory remarks made by sacked England's women's boss Mark Sampson.
Big Ben will chime again in November but may be inaccurate
(18/10/2017 @ 17:34)
The chimes will be the first since August when they stopped to allow repairs to the Elizabeth Tower.
Stonehenge builders 'ate food from Scotland'
(18/10/2017 @ 19:50)
Animals were transported from as far away as the north east of Scotland to the Neolithic site in Wiltshire.
His Dark Materials has an 'equel' - La Belle Sauvage
(18/10/2017 @ 17:51)
17 years after His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman reads from La Belle Sauvage: The Book Of Dust Volume One.
FA chief's request 'bordering on blackmail'
(18/10/2017 @ 12:46)
Footballer Eni Aluko tells a parliamentary inquiry that a request from the FA's chief executive was "bordering on blackmail".
Birstall family prepares for Diwali celebrations
(18/10/2017 @ 19:42)
Priti Raichura and seven-year-old daughter Sia, from Leicester, take the BBC through their Diwali preparations.
Teenage estate agent who has made millions
(18/10/2017 @ 03:58)
Akshay Ruparelia set up his business from his bedroom during his A-level exams.
Anna Raeburn: I had a backstreet abortion
(18/10/2017 @ 11:05)
Writer and broadcaster Anna Raeburn had an illegal abortion in 1965 when she was 21.
'Rare' North Sea shark sighting off the Norfolk coast
(18/10/2017 @ 10:24)
Basking sharks prefer Britain's western waters and are not usually found off the east coast.
Meet "Grandma" - the 110-year-old with an infectious laugh
(18/10/2017 @ 07:10)
Amy Johnson - known as "Grandma" - has celebrated her 110th birthday.
(15/09/2017 @ 05:16)
BBC coverage of latest developments
Scots haggis exports to Canada to resume after 46 years
(18/10/2017 @ 19:49)
Haggis is to be exported from Scotland to Canada for the first time in 46 years thanks to a new recipe.
'Excalibur' sword in stone stolen from Brecon Beacons
(18/10/2017 @ 07:17)
The King Arthur-inspired tourist attraction at Llangorse was found with its sword missing.
Newspaper headlines: FA chiefs 'urged to resign' and PM pledge
(19/10/2017 @ 00:35)
Questions over the future of the FA's bosses and Theresa May's promise to let EU nationals stay feature on the front pages.
(18/10/2017 @ 19:46)
British soldiers opened the first concentration camp in Russia in 1918, during World War One. To locals it was known as "Death Island".
(18/10/2017 @ 19:35)
As a Bletchley Park book of brainteasers is released, test your knowledge of the home of WW2 codebreakers.
The 'silent raid'
(18/10/2017 @ 19:37)
The final raid by a German Zeppelin on London during WW1 killed seven siblings and 25 others.
(17/10/2017 @ 07:48)
Use our tracker to check whether your local services are meeting strict waiting-time targets for cancer, routine operations and A&E.
(18/10/2017 @ 20:03)
After five rounds of talks, both sides are making competing claims about progress. How much has really been made?
Tricks of the trade
(18/10/2017 @ 21:05)
The author gives his tricks of the trade to the BBC ahead of the publication of La Belle Sauvage.
Awkward and invasive
(18/10/2017 @ 00:28)
Frank McGowan was sexually attacked by Cheryl Cottrell at a party in Glasgow. He's now speaking out to help others.
(17/10/2017 @ 20:02)
When Archie was taken into care, the Family Drug and Alcohol Court sought to reunite him with his father.
(17/10/2017 @ 19:07)
The University of Oxford pays tribute to its first black student Christian Cole.
Battle for shoppers
(17/10/2017 @ 19:18)
As supermarkets fight tooth and claw for our custom how widely do discounters appeal to the better off?
(17/10/2017 @ 19:47)
Paul Stephenson has used exactly the same methods and materials - so can they be called Warhols?
Caught on camera
(17/10/2017 @ 07:11)
After 33 years on our screens, the BBC programme helped solve numerous police investigations.
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