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Tory leadership race: Contenders clash over Brexit

The five MPs argued over whether a new deal can be reached in a TV debate without front-runner Boris Johnson.

(17/06/2019 @ 06:21)

Liverpool teenagers 'paid money to stab other youths'

Young people tell the BBC they have been offered up to £1,000 by gang leaders in Liverpool.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:23)

Wainfleet flooding: Homes remain evacuated until Friday

More than 580 houses in Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, were evacuated when a river burst its banks.

(17/06/2019 @ 07:11)

New Patisserie Valerie owners put butter back in cakes

Causeway Capital acquired the chain after alleged fraud left a multi million-pound hole in its accounts.

(17/06/2019 @ 06:26)

Labour must argue strongly for Remain, says Tom Watson

The deputy leader says Labour should fully endorse another referendum - a step Jeremy Corbyn has resisted.

(17/06/2019 @ 06:46)

Wahaca changes eat-and-run policy after waiter asked to pay part of bill

A waiter in a London branch was asked by the manager to pay £3 towards a £40 unpaid bill.

(16/06/2019 @ 15:19)

Hedgehog sign warns drivers of small wildlife hazards

It aims to protect drivers from accident hazards and reverse a decline in small wildlife numbers.

(17/06/2019 @ 06:44)

Rig at centre of Greenpeace protest nearing oil field

Greenpeace has been trying to stop the drilling rig reaching a BP oil field east of Aberdeen.

(17/06/2019 @ 05:30)

South Western Railway strike set to hit Royal Ascot

The RMT is planning a five-day strike in a row with South Western Railway over guards on trains.

(17/06/2019 @ 05:52)

Kier to cut 1,200 jobs as it seeks to cut costs

The troubled construction and services firm is attempting to save £55m a year by 2021.

(17/06/2019 @ 07:10)

London stabbing: Man killed in Stratford

The man, believed to be in 40s, was the fourth person to be killed in London in the last three days.

(17/06/2019 @ 06:44)

Bird killings quadruple in a year in Wales, says RSPB

The birds are usually killed because they pose a threat to game stocks, an RSPB officer says.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:17)

Top Gear: 'Warm' return praised by TV critics

The return of Top Gear and its new presenting team is welcomed by critics.

(17/06/2019 @ 05:08)

'I just got fed up with the sexism. It was everywhere'

How Dame Stephanie Shirley went from child refugee to computer industry and women's rights pioneer.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:04)

The family-of-four living off grid

Two former vets from Essex and their children are showing others how it is possible to live self-sufficiently.

(16/06/2019 @ 20:11)

Lyme disease has 'dominated' my life

Morven-May MacCallum speaks out as GPs are urged to be vigilant about the infection spread by ticks.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:07)

EU leaders face pressure to deliver on climate change

The Greens' election success reshapes the agenda as EU leaders decide the bloc's priorities.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:14)

Tory leadership race: Moments from the TV debate

The five MPs discussed Brexit, addressed challenges and talked possible weaknesses.

(16/06/2019 @ 17:18)

Andy Murray's 'life-changing' hip surgery has left him pain-free

Ahead of his tennis return, Andy Murray reflects on his hip surgery and enjoying life pain-free.

(17/06/2019 @ 04:13)

Jailed Nazanin's husband in Iranian embassy tent protest

Richard Ratcliffe has spent his first night on a hunger strike outside the Iranian embassy in London, to try and secure his wife's release.

(16/06/2019 @ 04:13)

Nigerian weddings: Glitz, glamour but mind the cost

Why are some couples are having multiple weddings? Leah and Echina explain why they did.

(15/06/2019 @ 19:55)

'Grime Gran': Margaret Keefe, 80, plugged into music scene

Margaret Keefe's grandson and grime artist Risky Roadz toasts their partnership with online videos.

(15/06/2019 @ 19:12)

Newspaper headlines: 'Chicken Boris' jibe as rivals clash over Brexit

The papers focus on the TV debate between the Tory leadership hopefuls - and Boris Johnson's absence.

(17/06/2019 @ 00:25)

Super Strong Sophie: James Maddison football boots honour cancer girl

Midfielder James Maddison was "best friends" with five-year-old Sophie Taylor, who died of cancer.

(17/06/2019 @ 05:38)

Viewble Media: The NI firm with links to an alleged scam

Viewble Media Pty Ltd, accused of leaving Australian firms almost £16.9m in debt, has links to NI.

(17/06/2019 @ 01:36)

Romance fraud: Woman sent conman £40k despite suspicions

She warned her mother against the online scam - and then fell for it herself, ending up in debt.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:17)

Advance payouts for elderly or ill child abuse victims

Compensation of £10,000 is handed to elderly or terminally ill people who survived abuse in care.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:07)

Violent offences 'dealt with informally' by police forces

Police issue out of court disposals for a range of serious crimes.

(16/06/2019 @ 19:39)

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