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Brexit: PM to tell EU leaders to renegotiate deal

Boris Johnson will meet European leaders this week, amid warnings of food shortages after a no-deal Brexit.

(18/08/2019 @ 03:43)

Jihadi Jack: IS recruit Jack Letts 'loses UK citizenship'

Reports say ex-PM Theresa May decided to strip the Briton - dubbed Jihadi Jack - of his citizenship.

(18/08/2019 @ 02:10)

Didcot power station: Power cut as cooling towers demolished

Thousands of homes are affected after the cooling towers at the Didcot A plant were brought down.

(18/08/2019 @ 03:46)

Sandwich River Stour search resumes for boy aged 6

The child fell into the River Stour in Sandwich, Kent, on Saturday lunchtime.

(17/08/2019 @ 21:15)

Michael Brown regrets 'stupid' £2.4m Lib Dem donation

Michael Brown says his 2005 gift of £2.4m - a party record - led to recognition and pain for his family.

(18/08/2019 @ 00:09)

'Infertile' Stourbridge renal patient has healthy baby

The infant's father said he and his family were over the moon with their "miracle baby".

(17/08/2019 @ 19:04)

Decoding Brunel's 'illegible' handwriting using AI

A computer is being trained to decode the almost illegible script of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

(17/08/2019 @ 19:04)

Owen Jones 'kicked in head' in London street attack

The Guardian columnist says a group of men made a "beeline" for him as he left a pub in north London.

(17/08/2019 @ 17:42)

Peter Duncan: Murder charge over Newcastle stabbing

A 17-year-old boy is charged with murdering "devoted father" Peter Duncan in Newcastle.

(17/08/2019 @ 11:46)

PC Andrew Harper: Killed officer 'died of multiple injuries'

Police are given more time to question 10 murder suspects as tributes are paid to PC Andrew Harper.

(17/08/2019 @ 16:36)

New board to oversee completion of Ferguson ferries

The new board will try to secure the cheapest delivery of two CalMac ferries at the now nationalised shipyard.

(17/08/2019 @ 19:15)

Dutch firm Abellio takes over East Midlands rail franchise

Abellio, which will run the rail franchise for the next eight years, promises £600m of investment.

(17/08/2019 @ 19:03)

Bury FC: Part of our family for four generations

Losing the League One club, which is in financial crisis, would be "pure grief" for the Turner family.

(18/08/2019 @ 03:11)

10 things you can't put in your household recycling

After McDonald's says its paper straws cannot be recycled, what other items only go in general waste?

(17/08/2019 @ 19:52)

Same-sex marriage: Why we just can't wait to wed

Wedding planners who booked their big day two years ago may miss out on legal marriage by two weeks.

(18/08/2019 @ 01:20)

Adult braces: Why are more grown-ups getting their teeth straightened?

Are celebrity smiles driving more adults to wear braces in a bid to straighten their teeth?

(17/08/2019 @ 19:03)

The Troubles: Dealing with past is priority for future

As Northern Ireland looked back at 1969, it showed there is no agreed narrative on the Troubles.

(17/08/2019 @ 04:23)

Amnesia: Caerphilly mum can wake up without her memory

Shauna Loader has dissociative amnesia, meaning she has periods when she forgets who she is.

(16/08/2019 @ 19:59)

Didcot cooling towers demolished in a controlled explosion

Thousands of homes lost power shortly after the three remaining cooling towers of Didcot power station near Oxford came down in a controlled explosion.

(18/08/2019 @ 03:26)

Village in Wiltshire opens for military veterans

Ex-service personnel, who may otherwise be left homeless, will live on the site for up to two years.

(17/08/2019 @ 19:03)

Mindfulness on Ireland's pilgrim paths

Writer Bébhinn Ramsay finds solace on Ireland's pilgrim paths after the death of her husband.

(17/08/2019 @ 19:09)

Organ donation: 'My hero, he gave me his liver'

Tom Wilson died after an accident during a hockey match, but his organs and tissues have saved more than 50 people.

(17/08/2019 @ 05:45)

Tractor football and snowy kangaroos... some of this week's strangest moments

The stories you may have missed this week.

(18/08/2019 @ 01:41)

Artist Adam Riches: 'I turned drawing doodles into a career'

Adam Riches rediscovered a love for drawing and has turned doodling into an art career.

(17/08/2019 @ 19:03)

Newspaper headlines: PM 'takes fight to EU' while Corbyn pleads with MPs

The papers focus on politics as Boris Johnson ramps up no-deal plans and urges the EU to renegotiate.

(18/08/2019 @ 00:38)

Man arrested after woman stabbed to death in Perry Barr

The woman died from her injuries after being found at a house in Perry Barr, Birmingham.

(17/08/2019 @ 15:09)

Festival to celebrate missing Leah Croucher's birthday

Leah Croucher "disappeared without a trace" while walking to work in Milton Keynes on 15 February.

(17/08/2019 @ 12:22)

Celtic agree 'significant' compensation for sex abuse victim

The Scottish Premiership champions admitted liability for historic abuse carried out by former coach Jim McCafferty.

(17/08/2019 @ 17:17)

Newry court: Man charged with rape and threats to kill

A man denies rape, threats to kill, choking, assault and breaking a UK deportation order.

(17/08/2019 @ 08:13)

Brexit: Not leaving EU would betray democracy - Andrew RT Davies

Andrew RT Davies says not delivering Brexit would be a "danger to the fabric of the United Kingdom".

(17/08/2019 @ 19:20)

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Spécial : réforme Bac 2021
- 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
- Baccalauréat général: Épreuves communes de contrôle continu de spécialité suivis uniquement pendant la classe de première de la voie générale - session 2021- BO n°17 du 25 avril 2019
- Nouveaux programmes du lycée
:  BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019.
- Vers le BAC 2021
": outils et ressources pour la mise en œuvre; textes de référence; présentation de la réforme du baccalauréat." - Eduscol.

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