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Brexit: Cabinet row over Theresa May delay request to EU

The PM will ask the EU for Brexit to be postponed until 30 June with the option of a longer delay, sources tell the BBC.

(19/03/2019 @ 11:28)

Knife crime: Former chief inspector condemns government strategy

The government's strategy is "silent on deterrence", a former chief inspector of constabulary says.

(19/03/2019 @ 10:52)

Amber Peat: Schoolgirl 'blamed herself' for family problems

A review into Amber Peat's death finds frequent moves of home and school undermined efforts to help her.

(19/03/2019 @ 11:20)

Sainsbury's and Asda vow £1bn merger price cuts

The retail giants tell the competition watchdog a merger would mean shoppers save 10% on everyday items.

(19/03/2019 @ 08:05)

Cookstown hotel disco crush: 'More teens could have died'

Some 400 young people were waiting to get into a hotel party where three teenagers died, police say.

(19/03/2019 @ 10:58)

'Thai bride' body found on Yorkshire Dales in 2004 identified

Police say a woman found in the Yorkshire Dales in 2004 is Lamduan Armitage, nee Seekanya.

(19/03/2019 @ 11:32)

Pro-Brexit activist denies harassing MP Anna Soubry

James Goddard pleads not guilty to three charges following protests outside Parliament.

(19/03/2019 @ 10:46)

Alice Ruggles: Police and Army 'failed' stalking victim

Alice Ruggles was murdered in her Gateshead flat by her soldier ex-boyfriend Trimaan Dhillon.

(19/03/2019 @ 08:02)

Vietnam waterfall death tourists 'were not warned of danger'

Sisters Izzy Squire and Beth Anderson and their friend Christian Sloan died in Vietnam in 2016.

(19/03/2019 @ 08:49)

People don't become 'adults' until their 30s, say scientists

Experts say people aged 18 are still going through changes in the brain that can affect behaviour.

(19/03/2019 @ 03:24)

Sophie Gradon: Boyfriend Aaron Armstrong's death ruled suicide

Aaron Armstrong killed himself after the death of Sophie Gradon, who had appeared on the TV show.

(19/03/2019 @ 10:31)

FA Cup: BBC signs new four-year broadcast deal to show competition live

FA Cup matches will be shown live on the BBC until 2025 as part of a new four-year broadcast deal with the Football Association.

(19/03/2019 @ 11:23)

Egg freezing: Behind the scenes of a fertility clinic

With more and more women considering it, what exactly does egg freezing involve?

(18/03/2019 @ 22:19)

'I carry a saw and wear a stab-proof vest'

A young former drug dealer tells the BBC what, out of fear of being attacked, he keeps under his coat.

(19/03/2019 @ 01:33)

Fashion rip-offs: Independent designers 'copied' by high street

Meet the independent businesses who claim they're being repeatedly ripped off by high street brands.

(19/03/2019 @ 01:11)

Mouse helps keep shed squeaky clean

When screws and bits of metal started appearing in a bird feed container an infrared camera helped solve the mystery.

(19/03/2019 @ 11:02)

Cookstown witness - 'Everybody just wanted to get inside'

Three teenagers die after reports of a crush at a St Patrick's Day party at a hotel in Cookstown, County Tyrone.

(18/03/2019 @ 12:33)

Puppies taught life-changing assistance in Sussex

Behind the scenes with the Midhurst charity teaching assistance dogs.

(19/03/2019 @ 07:07)

M1 Milton Keynes: 'Amazing' escape from lorry and car crash

A lorry clipped the back of a car on a motorway, sending it into the hard shoulder.

(18/03/2019 @ 09:58)

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(11/03/2019 @ 18:33)

MediaCityUK barrier mix-up leaves cars trapped

Two motorists are left trapped after becoming upended on a security barrier near BBC offices.

(19/03/2019 @ 09:26)

Man's 400-mile drive to help stranger visit dying mother

Dean Moore took a woman from Teesside to Cambridge so she could visit her dying mother.

(18/03/2019 @ 11:27)

John Bercow: What does Speaker's ruling mean for Brexit?

It was the latest twist in the Brexit saga. But what did John Bercow say and what impact will it have?

(19/03/2019 @ 08:08)

Smack The Pony: Amanda Holden was first choice for show

The Britain's Got Talent judge could have had a much bigger role in the Channel 4 sketch show.

(18/03/2019 @ 23:43)

The candid moments caught in the ladies' loos

Samantha Jagger has been documenting what goes on within the four walls of the women's toilets.

(18/03/2019 @ 20:03)

'You can fly planes': The students who are inspiring younger siblings

The first-in-the-family university students urging younger siblings to aim high with their ambitions.

(19/03/2019 @ 00:16)

A celebration of Scotland's Munros and the man who listed them

To mark 100 years since the death of Sir Hugh Munro, climbers pick their favourite Scottish peaks classed as Munros.

(19/03/2019 @ 07:40)

Witness recalls horror of hotel crush

A teenager recalls being caught up in the Cookstown hotel incident, which left three dead.

(18/03/2019 @ 14:42)

London population: Why so many people leave the UK's capital

The UK's capital has grown rapidly, yet more Britons leave the city than arrive.

(17/03/2019 @ 20:38)

Getting inside the head of the man who was Frank Sidebottom

For the first time a new documentary tells the full story of Chris Sievey, the man behind the mask.

(17/03/2019 @ 23:33)

'Fake news' sent out by government department

Foreign Office officials fed information to journalists during the Cold War, newly released files show.

(18/03/2019 @ 03:04)

Exam failure who became a multi-millionaire hotelier

When Robin Hutson failed his school exams he went into the hotel industry instead, and made his fortune.

(17/03/2019 @ 20:06)

St Patrick's Day parades held in London and Birmingham

Thousands of people take part in parades in central London and Birmingham.

(17/03/2019 @ 10:34)

David Parr: Artist's 'awe' at 1880s artisan decorated house

Victorian artisan David Parr covered the walls of his ordinary terraced house with lavish patterns.

(17/03/2019 @ 03:19)

Longhope lifeboat crew remembered 50 years on

The Longhope lifeboat disaster is remembered 50 years after it robbed a small Orkney community of eight of its men.

(16/03/2019 @ 20:32)

Your pictures on the theme of 'wonderful world'

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "wonderful world".

(14/03/2019 @ 10:16)

Oti Mabuse on juggling jobs and Ain't Misbehavin'

The Strictly star discusses choreographing her first stage musical and her TV presenting debut.

(17/03/2019 @ 01:43)

Conwy council: Monthly bin collections 'boost recycling'

Have monthly bin collections worked - or have they contributed to more flytipping?

(17/03/2019 @ 02:42)

NI women's football looks to the future

A focus on youth development is getting results for women's football in Northern Ireland

(17/03/2019 @ 04:42)

Anger and solidarity at UK gathering for New Zealand attack

Faith and community leaders held a gathering in London for victims of the New Zealand mosque shootings.

(15/03/2019 @ 16:05)

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