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Terror survivors: Mental health services must improve 'dramatically'

20 Nov 2018 21:50

Terror survivors say there is a severe lack of long-term support to process psychological trauma.

France rugby team supports Gareth Thomas with rainbow laces

20 Nov 2018 21:38

The former rugby player was the victim of a gay hate crime in Cardiff last Saturday.

Scotland win to top Nations League group

20 Nov 2018 21:37

James Forrest's treble secures Scotland a Nations League play-off place as Alex McLeish's side come from behind to beat Israel.

Millie Bobby Brown: 'I've been bullied... that inspires me'

20 Nov 2018 21:37

The Stranger Things actor discusses her role as the youngest ever Unicef Goodwill ambassador.

Ditch May now or she will lead us into 2022 election, Rees-Mogg tells Tories

20 Nov 2018 21:28

The Brexiteer urges Tories to topple the PM now or face her leading the party into a 2022 election.

Asylum seekers in 'damp, dirty, vermin-infested' housing

20 Nov 2018 20:17

Less than a quarter of government accommodation for asylum seekers complies with standards, a report finds.

Parents 'not wholly to blame for child weight gain'

20 Nov 2018 19:44

A study suggests parents adapt their feeding styles in line with a child's natural weight and size.

Missing teenager Liam Smith 'got off bus in Banchory'

20 Nov 2018 19:41

It is now thought the 16-year-old who boarded a bus in Aberdeen may have got off in Banchory rather than Lumphanan.

How the media became obsessed with gates

20 Nov 2018 19:24

Journalists love to put a "gate" suffix behind scandals, but where did the habit come from?

Thwaites Brewery travellers 'demanded £20k to leave site'

20 Nov 2018 18:45

A convoy of travellers broke into Thwaites Brewery and demanded money to leave, a jury hears.

William talks of being 'tipped over the edge'

20 Nov 2018 18:30

The Duke of Cambridge said he "felt things" he "never felt before" following 999 calls as a pilot.

PRS Foundation boss Vanessa Reed on music's gender equality fight

20 Nov 2018 17:44

"Third most powerful woman in music" Vanessa Reed says there's no excuse for not changing the industry.

Grenfell Inquiry: Kitchen fire spread to cladding in 10 minutes

20 Nov 2018 17:29

The advice to stay put should have changed when flames reached the outside, the inquiry hears.

Prince William speaks about 'traumatic' air ambulance callouts

20 Nov 2018 17:21

Prince William said having his own children had changed how he felt about his former job.

Police apology over man's genitalia description in appeal

20 Nov 2018 17:14

The force said it was looking for a "fat, naked man" and gave a graphic description of his sex organs.

Six celebrities who were injured... by their children

20 Nov 2018 16:01

Former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes isn't the only star to have been hurt by his nearest and dearest.

Hillwalker describes 'brocken spectre' on Glen Coe mountain

20 Nov 2018 15:34

Hillwalker Carol Purcell said she and the rest of her group spent several minutes observing the phenomenon.

Spitfire and Chinook in near miss at RAF Cosford

20 Nov 2018 15:30

The helicopter was hovering over a runway when the Spitfire came in to land just before an air show.

Meme fashion: Changing our clothes and breaking the internet

20 Nov 2018 15:01

Brands and products that have become memes are seeing an increase in search demand and page views.

Mo Farah: Tokyo 2020 is on the cards

20 Nov 2018 13:41

The four-time Olympic champion reflects on this year's London Marathon and says he has his sights on Tokyo.

The blue plaque names you may not know

20 Nov 2018 12:26

Three-quarters of blue plaque nominations are turned down but not all those chosen are household names.

The hospitals that fail to treat patients on time

20 Nov 2018 12:00

Nearly one in five local hospital services have failed to hit their key waiting time targets for a whole year.

Heysham 1: Three hurt in nuclear plant accident

20 Nov 2018 11:48

The EDF employees are taken to hospital after an "accidental steam release" at the Lancashire plant.

The importance of being unionist

20 Nov 2018 06:59

As the debate over Brexit and the union grows, some politicians stress their unionist credentials.

Brexit blind dates: Prof Lord Winston and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace

20 Nov 2018 03:16

She nicknamed the fertility expert "Lord Embryo" but did they get on talking Brexit over dinner?

I found out my dad was cheating on my mum - but I couldn't tell her

20 Nov 2018 01:53

A 25-year-old shares the story of his dad's long affair and how he dealt with the guilt of knowing.

Grenfell father: 'I thought I'd lost my family'

20 Nov 2018 01:47

A Grenfell survivor speaks to Newsnight about hearing the 999 call he made on the night of the fire.

Love Island's Zara: Revenge porn victims need anonymity

20 Nov 2018 01:29

The former contestant from this summer's ITV2 dating series says she's twice been victimised.

Hartlepool: The town where ‘police don’t come out’

20 Nov 2018 00:38

The BBC follows officers in one of England's poorest towns to witness how budget cuts impact police on the front line.

South Western Railway: The people hit by Waterloo delays

19 Nov 2018 14:15

Rail commuters explain how major disruption has affected them after engineering works overran.

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