BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
Auschwitz 75 years on: William and Kate light candles to commemorate Holocaust
(27/01/2020 @ 16:40)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hear "heartbreaking" stories at "poignant" commemoration event.
Prince Andrew gives 'zero co-operation' over Epstein inquiry, US prosecutor says
(27/01/2020 @ 19:20)
A US prosecutor says the FBI has contacted the Duke of York's lawyers as part of an investigation.
Grenfell Tower fire: Inquiry told firms 'deny responsibility'
(27/01/2020 @ 12:47)
Companies claim what happened was "someone else's fault", the second phase of the inquiry is told.
Harry Dunn crash: Family meeting with Dominic Raab 'very honest'
(27/01/2020 @ 15:58)
Anne Sacoolas left for the US claiming diplomatic immunity after the crash that killed Harry Dunn.
Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck: Fight breaks out in court as killers jailed
(27/01/2020 @ 15:02)
Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck was stabbed five times in an attack at a Wood Green hair salon.
East Croydon railway station stabbing leaves man dead
(27/01/2020 @ 17:15)
Police say they are treating the attack outside East Croydon railway station as murder.
Woman died after being told smear test was 'normal'
(27/01/2020 @ 14:37)
Julie O'Connor, 49, died from cervical cancer after being given the all-clear by doctors.
MoTs: All tests in Northern Ireland suspended with immediate effect
(27/01/2020 @ 19:31)
Inspections of faulty lifts have not given "sufficient assurance" about repair work.
Prostate overtakes breast as 'most common cancer'
(27/01/2020 @ 10:37)
Experts say more men are getting tested, which explains the rise in diagnoses in England.
Gary Lineker calls for 'voluntary' licence fee
(27/01/2020 @ 16:01)
The BBC broadcaster says the annual charge is the corporation's "fundamental problem".
Prince Harry: Rated People ad 'lookalike' on Twitter reaction
(27/01/2020 @ 15:31)
An advert prompted jokes Prince Harry had found a job after stepping back from royal duties.
Sir Philip Pullman calls for 50p boycott over Oxford comma
(27/01/2020 @ 13:45)
The writer says the Oxford - or serial - comma is missing on the new Brexit 50p coin.
Are your houseplants bad for the environment?
(27/01/2020 @ 20:50)
Gardeners, botanists and environmental campaigners share ways to keep your horticultural hobby sustainable
Brexit: Tears and relief as the UK's MEPs bid farewell
(27/01/2020 @ 20:56)
It's been a "grim" last week for some but others are "delighted" to be leaving the European Parliament.
'I left a house party and got crushed under a car'
(27/01/2020 @ 20:06)
Annie Butt, who broke 24 bones in a crash caused by a fellow partygoer, recalls the night she nearly died.
Boris Johnson: Five big decisions looming for the PM
(27/01/2020 @ 10:58)
The coming few weeks demand some big decisions from the PM and his cabinet. Find out more.
'Essential' music venues to get a big financial boost
(27/01/2020 @ 11:32)
Hundreds of small music venues across England and Wales will pay reduced business rates, giving them a better chance of staying open.
Duchess of Cambridge's personal portraits of Holocaust survivors
(27/01/2020 @ 05:50)
Photos by the Duchess of Cambridge of two Holocaust survivors are published to mark its Memorial Day.
Climate Change: Tough questions at first UK assembly
(26/01/2020 @ 23:46)
Members of the public from a range of backgrounds gather for the UK's first climate change assembly.
Duke and duchess mark Holocaust Memorial Day
(27/01/2020 @ 15:52)
Senior royals, faith and political leaders attended an event 75 years since Auschwitz was liberated.
Don Cameron: The Scot shaping the history of hot air balloons
(27/01/2020 @ 20:03)
Don Ð¡ameron built western Europe's first modern hot air balloon and is now the market leader in special-shaped creations.
Can anyone call themself a therapist or a counsellor?
(27/01/2020 @ 20:02)
BBC reporter Jordan Dunbar investigates the lack of regulation around private therapy and counselling.
Auschwitz survivor: 'They killed them, I lost everybody'
(27/01/2020 @ 13:32)
Arek Hersh, a 91-year-old Jewish holocaust survivor, talks about life in Auschwitz.
Fast fashion: Can it ever be ethical and cheap?
(26/01/2020 @ 20:02)
Great British Sewing Bee judge Patrick Grant debates whether fashion can be sustainable and cheap.
Para-swimmer Grace Harvey speaks about walking in a robotic suit
(26/01/2020 @ 12:16)
Grace Harvey reveals the mixed emotions she had after walking for the first time in a robotic suit.
Newspaper headlines: Prince Andrew 'snubs FBI' and the Holocaust remembered
(27/01/2020 @ 19:58)
Tuesday's papers feature claims the Duke of York has provided "zero cooperation" to the FBI's Epstein investigation.
Lodger killed woman then lived with her body at Battersea flat
(27/01/2020 @ 09:35)
Kristian Smith used Antoinette Donegan's bank card and mobile phone as she lay dead in her bedroom.
Sturgeon calls for powers to set up 'Scottish visa' system
(27/01/2020 @ 07:15)
Ministers want powers to be devolved for a "tailored" system that could boost immigration to Scotland.
Seamus Mallon funeral: Tribute to 'peacemaker' and 'statesman'
(27/01/2020 @ 14:21)
The funeral was followed by a special sitting of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Cocaine seizure: Men jailed after 750kg haul found on boat
(27/01/2020 @ 12:56)
Gary Swift and Scott Kilgour were arrested on board a yacht about a mile off the Welsh coast.
'Would-be-thief doubted' Magna Carta authenticity
(27/01/2020 @ 10:55)
Tourists and a member of cathedral staff tried to stop Mark Royden stealing the document, a court hears.
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