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Brexiteer cabinet ministers in plan to shift May on EU deal

A group of five ministers are hoping to persuade the PM to make changes to the deal, the BBC understands.

(17/11/2018 @ 09:16)

Extinction Rebellion protests block London bridges

Demonstrators occupy five major London bridges, causing "significant" traffic issues in the capital.

(17/11/2018 @ 09:37)

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson works out at Doncaster gym

Dwayne Johnson hit the weights at a Doncaster gym during a break from filming his latest blockbuster.

(17/11/2018 @ 07:41)

Former BBC newsreader Richard Baker dies aged 93

Once one of the BBC's best known personalities, he introduced the first TV news bulletin in 1954.

(17/11/2018 @ 09:35)

University students hit by wave of fake tax refund emails

The UK's tax authority says thousands of reports have come in from various universities in the last month.

(16/11/2018 @ 20:09)

Children in Need 2018: All-time total reaches £1bn

The charity has now raised over £1bn since it began the annual fundraiser in 1980.

(16/11/2018 @ 22:16)

Johnston Press: i newspaper publisher sets out rescue plan

Johnston Press plans to file for administration with its assets then immediately sold to its lenders.

(16/11/2018 @ 21:31)

Northern and South Western rail strikes disrupt events

Rugby fans will also be affected as staff at two of the country's biggest rail operators stop working.

(17/11/2018 @ 07:42)

HMP Bedford inmate took his own life after two days in jail

Michael Berry told prison staff he was finding it hard to ignore voices in his head, a report said.

(17/11/2018 @ 00:00)

Ladybower Reservoir's low water levels reveal abandoned village

The "exposed village" of Derwent has attracted people to the area to inspect its ruins.

(16/11/2018 @ 23:27)

Gary Anderson & Wesley Harms deny farting accusations at Grand Slam of Darts

Gary Anderson and Wesley Harms deny causing "rotten egg smells" during their match at the Grand Slam of Darts.

(17/11/2018 @ 03:26)

What does the Brexit draft document really mean?

BBC correspondents explain the 585-page withdrawal document faster than you could print them.

(16/11/2018 @ 13:39)

Harry: 'We can bring an end to HIV'

Prince Harry says there is too much stigma surrounding the 'quick, simple' HIV test.

(17/11/2018 @ 04:48)

Children in Need: Record-breaking year for charity extravaganza

A record-breaking £50.6m was donated during Friday's five-hour programme.

(17/11/2018 @ 07:20)

HQ Trivia's Sharon Carpenter: 'I can't wait to give away £1m'

Sharon Carpenter hosts the quiz show app HQ Trivia. But can she handle your "savage" questions?

(16/11/2018 @ 21:53)

The father killed by a punch in the pub

The wife a man killed by a single punch in a pub warns the fist can be "a lethal weapon".

(17/11/2018 @ 00:20)

Viral fame for Brexit sign language interpreter

Social media thought the sign language interpreter captured the current mood in the country about Brexit.

(17/11/2018 @ 06:43)

Toe bone leads to 600-year-old burial site

Archaeologists found the skeleton after spotting the bone sticking out of a grass bank.

(17/11/2018 @ 06:24)

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(14/11/2018 @ 03:55)

What have the Vikings ever done for us?

They loom large in Scots history - but were they more than fearsome warriors?

(16/11/2018 @ 22:43)

Obituary: Richard Baker

The pioneer BBC newsreader who also fronted a host of classical music programmes.

(17/11/2018 @ 08:44)

Cardiff boy, 7, finally walks after losing both legs aged 3

Aged three, Romeo Hadley suffered purpura fulminans, which led to both his legs being amputated.

(16/11/2018 @ 21:49)

Klarna: The £1bn High Street giant you might not know

Klarna is a Swedish bank taking the High Street by storm. But critics say it could cause problem debt.

(17/11/2018 @ 04:26)

On the border beat in County Armagh

Armoured cars are still a reality for Northern Ireland's border police officers.

(17/11/2018 @ 02:04)

What do small businesses make of Brexit deal?

Small businesses owners give their reaction to the Brexit talks and the PM's draft Brexit agreement.

(16/11/2018 @ 18:34)

How long can gin stay in high spirits?

Gin has gone from a drink for posh parents and old buffers to the hippest spirit in the UK - but is it on the wane again?

(16/11/2018 @ 18:39)

Strictly Come Dancing: How (and why) it moves to Blackpool every year

The judges change in cupboards, the physio works in the disabled toilet and the props won't fit through the doors.

(17/11/2018 @ 05:31)

Reality Check: Brexit withdrawal agreement - what it all means

Chris Morris analyses the key points from the 585-page draft agreement between the UK and the EU.

(16/11/2018 @ 13:53)

The battle of the Christmas adverts: what's the magic formula?

From John Lewis' tear-jerker to Iceland's palm oil campaign - what makes a great Christmas ad?

(15/11/2018 @ 16:58)

Sophia Jex-Blake: The battle to be Scotland's first female doctor

Sophia Jex-Blake was a pioneer of women's education on her way to be Scotland's first female doctor.

(15/11/2018 @ 21:00)

Gamekeeper was vegetarian for 18 years

Megan Rowland says she took up deer stalking to understand the process behind the food she eats.

(16/11/2018 @ 09:39)

'Nobody seemed to care' says woman who tended Indian WW2 graves

For over 70-years, one woman has been tending to the graves of Indian soldiers killed in Scotland during World War Two.

(16/11/2018 @ 12:08)

Bristol artist creates giant Romeo and Juliet murals

Jasmine Thompson was commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company 'to attract diverse audiences'.

(16/11/2018 @ 01:21)

May turmoil and Brexit: Possible scenarios

As the drama continues in Westminster, we look at the possible scenarios for Mrs May and her deal.

(16/11/2018 @ 10:49)

Ian Naude: How predatory paedophile joined police

Ian Naude was named as a suspect in three cases before he joined Cheshire Constabulary.

(15/11/2018 @ 12:14)

Brexit: What do Theresa May's Tory enemies object to in the deal?

MPs opposed to the draft Brexit agreement have set out a number of key objections.

(16/11/2018 @ 10:58)

Blackpool photo wins Weather Photographer of the Year

Stephen Cheatley's shot of lightning over Blackpool won the Weather Photographer of The Year title.

(15/11/2018 @ 09:18)

The rock and metal music channel Scuzz TV switches off

The rock and heavy metal music TV channel is closing down, 15 years after it started championing bands.

(15/11/2018 @ 01:23)

'Ex stole my cash to take new girlfriend to Paris'

Michael Fehsenfeld, 26, from Milton Keynes, has since recorded a song about his crime.

(14/11/2018 @ 21:52)

'Accidental album' up for major music prize

How an album of demos ended up challenging Ash and Snow Patrol for the Northern Ireland Music Prize.

(14/11/2018 @ 21:56)

World Diabetes Day: 'What I wish people knew about my condition'

On World Diabetes Day, we speak to three people who live with the condition.

(14/11/2018 @ 09:19)

'I avoid kissing as my peanut allergy could kill me'

Oli Weatherall has to go to extreme lengths to keep himself alive because of a severe peanut allergy

(14/11/2018 @ 11:56)

The woman who made it her mission to attend a council meeting

Jean Collins booked herself into a hotel so she could attend the four-day meeting about plans to scrap a county council.

(14/11/2018 @ 11:58)

Shropshire baby deaths: What do we know?

More than 200 families have come forward amid a probe into child deaths at two Shropshire hospitals.

(14/11/2018 @ 09:29)

Prince Charles: 70 years in 70 pictures

To mark the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday, we present an image from every year of his life.

(13/11/2018 @ 20:48)

Bullied MP Chris Elmore 'mentally tortured' as a child

Chris Elmore had three breakdowns after being bullied - now he is fighting back to help others.

(14/11/2018 @ 09:34)

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