BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
Brexiteer cabinet ministers in plan to shift May on EU deal
(17/11/2018 @ 09:16)
A group of five ministers are hoping to persuade the PM to make changes to the deal, the BBC understands.
Extinction Rebellion protests block London bridges
(17/11/2018 @ 09:37)
Demonstrators occupy five major London bridges, causing "significant" traffic issues in the capital.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson works out at Doncaster gym
(17/11/2018 @ 07:41)
Dwayne Johnson hit the weights at a Doncaster gym during a break from filming his latest blockbuster.
Former BBC newsreader Richard Baker dies aged 93
(17/11/2018 @ 09:35)
Once one of the BBC's best known personalities, he introduced the first TV news bulletin in 1954.
University students hit by wave of fake tax refund emails
(16/11/2018 @ 20:09)
The UK's tax authority says thousands of reports have come in from various universities in the last month.
Children in Need 2018: All-time total reaches £1bn
(16/11/2018 @ 22:16)
The charity has now raised over £1bn since it began the annual fundraiser in 1980.
Johnston Press: i newspaper publisher sets out rescue plan
(16/11/2018 @ 21:31)
Johnston Press plans to file for administration with its assets then immediately sold to its lenders.
Northern and South Western rail strikes disrupt events
(17/11/2018 @ 07:42)
Rugby fans will also be affected as staff at two of the country's biggest rail operators stop working.
HMP Bedford inmate took his own life after two days in jail
(17/11/2018 @ 00:00)
Michael Berry told prison staff he was finding it hard to ignore voices in his head, a report said.
Ladybower Reservoir's low water levels reveal abandoned village
(16/11/2018 @ 23:27)
The "exposed village" of Derwent has attracted people to the area to inspect its ruins.
Gary Anderson & Wesley Harms deny farting accusations at Grand Slam of Darts
(17/11/2018 @ 03:26)
Gary Anderson and Wesley Harms deny causing "rotten egg smells" during their match at the Grand Slam of Darts.
What does the Brexit draft document really mean?
(16/11/2018 @ 13:39)
BBC correspondents explain the 585-page withdrawal document faster than you could print them.
Harry: 'We can bring an end to HIV'
(17/11/2018 @ 04:48)
Prince Harry says there is too much stigma surrounding the 'quick, simple' HIV test.
Children in Need: Record-breaking year for charity extravaganza
(17/11/2018 @ 07:20)
A record-breaking £50.6m was donated during Friday's five-hour programme.
HQ Trivia's Sharon Carpenter: 'I can't wait to give away £1m'
(16/11/2018 @ 21:53)
Sharon Carpenter hosts the quiz show app HQ Trivia. But can she handle your "savage" questions?
The father killed by a punch in the pub
(17/11/2018 @ 00:20)
The wife a man killed by a single punch in a pub warns the fist can be "a lethal weapon".
Viral fame for Brexit sign language interpreter
(17/11/2018 @ 06:43)
Social media thought the sign language interpreter captured the current mood in the country about Brexit.
Toe bone leads to 600-year-old burial site
(17/11/2018 @ 06:24)
Archaeologists found the skeleton after spotting the bone sticking out of a grass bank.
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(14/11/2018 @ 03:55)
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What have the Vikings ever done for us?
(16/11/2018 @ 22:43)
They loom large in Scots history - but were they more than fearsome warriors?
Obituary: Richard Baker
(17/11/2018 @ 08:44)
The pioneer BBC newsreader who also fronted a host of classical music programmes.
Cardiff boy, 7, finally walks after losing both legs aged 3
(16/11/2018 @ 21:49)
Aged three, Romeo Hadley suffered purpura fulminans, which led to both his legs being amputated.
Klarna: The £1bn High Street giant you might not know
(17/11/2018 @ 04:26)
Klarna is a Swedish bank taking the High Street by storm. But critics say it could cause problem debt.
On the border beat in County Armagh
(17/11/2018 @ 02:04)
Armoured cars are still a reality for Northern Ireland's border police officers.
What do small businesses make of Brexit deal?
(16/11/2018 @ 18:34)
Small businesses owners give their reaction to the Brexit talks and the PM's draft Brexit agreement.
How long can gin stay in high spirits?
(16/11/2018 @ 18:39)
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?
Strictly Come Dancing: How (and why) it moves to Blackpool every year
(17/11/2018 @ 05:31)
The judges change in cupboards, the physio works in the disabled toilet and the props won't fit through the doors.
Reality Check: Brexit withdrawal agreement - what it all means
(16/11/2018 @ 13:53)
Chris Morris analyses the key points from the 585-page draft agreement between the UK and the EU.
The battle of the Christmas adverts: what's the magic formula?
(15/11/2018 @ 16:58)
From John Lewis' tear-jerker to Iceland's palm oil campaign - what makes a great Christmas ad?
Sophia Jex-Blake: The battle to be Scotland's first female doctor
(15/11/2018 @ 21:00)
Sophia Jex-Blake was a pioneer of women's education on her way to be Scotland's first female doctor.
Gamekeeper was vegetarian for 18 years
(16/11/2018 @ 09:39)
Megan Rowland says she took up deer stalking to understand the process behind the food she eats.
'Nobody seemed to care' says woman who tended Indian WW2 graves
(16/11/2018 @ 12:08)
For over 70-years, one woman has been tending to the graves of Indian soldiers killed in Scotland during World War Two.
Bristol artist creates giant Romeo and Juliet murals
(16/11/2018 @ 01:21)
Jasmine Thompson was commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company 'to attract diverse audiences'.
May turmoil and Brexit: Possible scenarios
(16/11/2018 @ 10:49)
As the drama continues in Westminster, we look at the possible scenarios for Mrs May and her deal.
Ian Naude: How predatory paedophile joined police
(15/11/2018 @ 12:14)
Ian Naude was named as a suspect in three cases before he joined Cheshire Constabulary.
Brexit: What do Theresa May's Tory enemies object to in the deal?
(16/11/2018 @ 10:58)
MPs opposed to the draft Brexit agreement have set out a number of key objections.
Blackpool photo wins Weather Photographer of the Year
(15/11/2018 @ 09:18)
Stephen Cheatley's shot of lightning over Blackpool won the Weather Photographer of The Year title.
The rock and metal music channel Scuzz TV switches off
(15/11/2018 @ 01:23)
The rock and heavy metal music TV channel is closing down, 15 years after it started championing bands.
'Ex stole my cash to take new girlfriend to Paris'
(14/11/2018 @ 21:52)
Michael Fehsenfeld, 26, from Milton Keynes, has since recorded a song about his crime.
'Accidental album' up for major music prize
(14/11/2018 @ 21:56)
How an album of demos ended up challenging Ash and Snow Patrol for the Northern Ireland Music Prize.
World Diabetes Day: 'What I wish people knew about my condition'
(14/11/2018 @ 09:19)
On World Diabetes Day, we speak to three people who live with the condition.
'I avoid kissing as my peanut allergy could kill me'
(14/11/2018 @ 11:56)
Oli Weatherall has to go to extreme lengths to keep himself alive because of a severe peanut allergy
The woman who made it her mission to attend a council meeting
(14/11/2018 @ 11:58)
Jean Collins booked herself into a hotel so she could attend the four-day meeting about plans to scrap a county council.
Shropshire baby deaths: What do we know?
(14/11/2018 @ 09:29)
More than 200 families have come forward amid a probe into child deaths at two Shropshire hospitals.
Prince Charles: 70 years in 70 pictures
(13/11/2018 @ 20:48)
To mark the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday, we present an image from every year of his life.
Bullied MP Chris Elmore 'mentally tortured' as a child
(14/11/2018 @ 09:34)
Chris Elmore had three breakdowns after being bullied - now he is fighting back to help others.
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