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Storm Bronagh brings travel disruption and flooding

21 Sep 2018 08:24

Parts of England and Wales are hit by heavy rain, flooding and strong winds.

Brexit: Chequers plan still 'credible', says minister

21 Sep 2018 08:14

Cabinet minister says 'tough words' are to be expected - as EU says Chequers 'won't work'.

NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank hit by online banking glitch

21 Sep 2018 07:37

Customers of NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank are unable to access their accounts online.

Ray BLK: 'I was told as a black woman, stick to songwriting'

21 Sep 2018 06:22

The BBC Sound Of 2017 winner says she was told to focus on songwriting because of her skin colour.

All the plastic you can and cannot recycle

21 Sep 2018 06:04

England is recycling more plastic than ever - but for this trend to continue, the system needs to change

Jeremy Corbyn defends Labour racism inquiry

21 Sep 2018 05:58

Key witnesses - including Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf - say they have not been asked for evidence.

The British jihadis who won't leave Syria

21 Sep 2018 05:13

The BBC speaks to two British extremists who have lived and fought in the country for years.

Newspaper headlines: 'Your Brexit's broken' and 'May humiliated'

21 Sep 2018 04:14

Friday's papers focus on the rejection of the PM's Brexit plan by EU leaders in Salzburg.

Anjem Choudary: Security concerns over radical preacher release

21 Sep 2018 04:02

The imminent freeing of the radical preacher prompts questions about supervising convicted terrorists.

Police 'aware' undercover officer was in relationship

21 Sep 2018 04:00

Documents in human rights case show chiefs did know undercover officer was involved with an activist.

UKIP aiming to be 'radical, populist' party

21 Sep 2018 02:33

Leader Gerard Batten unveils the party's new manifesto, which urges a "clean exit" from the EU.

English rainy-day phrases explained by Susie Dent

21 Sep 2018 02:31

Where do sayings such as "saving for a rainy day" or "raining cats and dogs" come from?

Cat killer mystery solved, but how do we keep our pets safe?

21 Sep 2018 02:03

The "Croydon cat killer" may not exist but there are steps you can take to keep pets out of trouble.

London follows Chicago's lead on fighting crime

21 Sep 2018 01:00

London is following Chicago's lead in tackling violent crime like it is an infectious disease.

'I gave birth, and got Hepatitis C'

21 Sep 2018 00:44

When Jackie Britton was given a blood transfusion during childbirth, it could have killed her.

Universities warned over potentially misleading claims

21 Sep 2018 00:40

A consumer group has challenged universities over the claims they make to attract students.

Imprisoned suffragette letter discovered

21 Sep 2018 00:35

A previously unknown letter gives a first-hand account from the first suffragette to be jailed.

Mission implausible: Russians mock improbable spy duo

21 Sep 2018 00:23

Even Russians are mocking their own spies over the TV interview with two "architecture enthusiasts".

Reality Check: Holyhead's Brexit dilemma

21 Sep 2018 00:16

Reality Check's Chris Morris sees how Brexit and the Irish border's future could affect this Welsh port.

Ghetts: I used to feel rage 24/7 but now I'm happy

21 Sep 2018 00:13

Newsbeat chats to the grime MC following the release of his album Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament.

Booze label warnings 'years out of date'

20 Sep 2018 23:55

Campaigners say companies are ignoring advice and that a pint of milk displays more health information than a bottle of wine.

Being a goth is thankfully easier in 2018, says YouTuber Toxic Tears

20 Sep 2018 23:26

YouTuber Kaya Lili, AKA Toxic Tears, talks about what it's like being a goth in 2018.

Uber Eats drivers block London streets in pay protest

20 Sep 2018 23:25

The drivers staged a protest over pay at the company's offices.

Meghan Markle praises women at Grenfell cookbook launch

20 Sep 2018 23:22

The Duchess of Sussex celebrates with the Hubb Community Kitchen at the Grenfell cookbook launch.

Mercury Prize 2018: Wolf Alice win for Visions of a Life

20 Sep 2018 23:07

The indie band are lost for words as their second album Visions of a Life takes home the £25,000 prize.

The Bodyguard: Creator Jed Mecurio on the hit series

20 Sep 2018 23:03

The Bodyguard creator Jed Mecurio talks to BBC's Newsnight about Sunday's finale of the hit series.

Manchester Airport baggage handler filmed lobbing luggage

20 Sep 2018 19:26

The employee casually flings cases towards a luggage trolley, sending them tumbling to the ground.

Mumford & Sons 'grapple with manhood' on new album

20 Sep 2018 19:00

The BBC takes a trip to Mumford & Sons' studio as they finish their comeback album, Delta.

River search for missing Worcester university student

20 Sep 2018 17:58

Thomas Jones's parents have been at a riverbank where he was last seen in the early hours of Wednesday.

'It looked like falling stars'

19 Sep 2018 23:15

The daring Allied parachute drop to win WW2

Victoria Derbyshire

3 Sep 2018 06:55

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