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Leaders must 'moderate language' to fight extremism - Javid

19 Jul 2019 10:44


The home secretary urges leaders to "moderate" their language, after Donald Trump's "go back" comment.


BritBox: ITV and BBC set out plans for new streaming service

19 Jul 2019 10:43


Shows like Love Island, Gavin & Stacey and Victoria will be on ITV and the BBC's streaming service.


Teenager Brandon Rice dies after 'taking ecstasy'

19 Jul 2019 10:41


Brandon Rice, 17, became unwell in a house in Hamilton in the early hours of Wednesday.


Lucy McHugh murder case: Stephen Nicholson jailed for life

19 Jul 2019 10:32


Stephen Nicholson groomed and raped Lucy McHugh, 13, before stabbing her to death.


Painted lady butterfly influx needs people to count them

19 Jul 2019 10:23


Experts say the UK looks to be experiencing the arrival of millions of painted lady butterflies.


Killed Margam rail workers 'could not hear train'

19 Jul 2019 10:14


Michael Lewis and Gareth Delbridge were using a petrol-engined tool when they were struck on 3 July.


Cigarette butts in soil hamper plant growth, study suggests

19 Jul 2019 10:13


A study suggests the butts make up the most pervasive form of plastic pollution on the planet.


Stevenage 'car cruise' crash leaves 17 injured

19 Jul 2019 09:53


The "horrendous" two-car crash in Stevenage came at a gathering where there were modified vehicles.


Public sector workers 'to get £2bn pay rise'

19 Jul 2019 08:26


Soldiers, teachers and police officers are reportedly getting their biggest rise in six years.


Crossrail costs will continue to climb, MPs say

19 Jul 2019 08:01


Commuters have been "let down by a programme that is well behind schedule", a committee of MPs says.


Lyra McKee's family 'living in nightmare' since her murder

19 Jul 2019 07:48


The murdered journalist's sister Nichola opens up about her family's experience the night of the murder.


London Underground to get full 4G coverage

19 Jul 2019 07:07


Passengers will be able to make calls and go online anywhere on the Tube network by the mid-2020s.


This Week: 'The end of an error'

19 Jul 2019 07:06


Presenter Andrew Neil says farewell as the late-night politics show come to end after 16 years.


Plant-based milks on the rise: A quarter of Britons are drinking them

19 Jul 2019 05:46


Whether it's almond, soy or coconut it seems cow's milk is being ditched for alternatives.


The Papers: Brexit 'day of drama' and Ryanair strike threat

19 Jul 2019 04:21


A vote by MPs aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit dominates the front pages of many newspapers.


Drivers face penalty points for not wearing seat belts

19 Jul 2019 00:58


Government plans to toughen punishments for motorists breaking the law to try to reduce road deaths.


Housing market: What are rent controls?

19 Jul 2019 00:13


A simple look at how rent controls work and how effective they are.


Could there be an early general election?

19 Jul 2019 00:12


Some MPs say they are prepared to trigger an election. How soon could it theoretically happen?


Behind the Proms' celestial opening number

18 Jul 2019 23:35


Composer Zosha Di Castri spills the beans on her latest work, which launches the BBC Proms on Friday.


Rent control: London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for more powers

18 Jul 2019 23:14


Typical private tenants in London spend a higher proportion of income on rent than those elsewhere in England.


Lucy McHugh: How a Facebook password trapped a killer

18 Jul 2019 23:09


A murder suspect was kept in custody while police conducted one of the UK's "largest-ever" searches.


The Worcester high street that's come back to life

18 Jul 2019 23:06


From a Balkan breakfast to knitting - traders are diversifying to try to buck the trend of falling sales in the high street.


Apollo 11: Few indoor loos, but there was a man on the Moon

18 Jul 2019 23:06


Fifty years ago, James Burke was one of the presenters leading the BBC's live coverage of the Moon landing.


Housing, the environment and LGBT rights – where does the next PM stand?

18 Jul 2019 23:04


From the environment to LGBT rights, the BBC's Nick Eardley explains where Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt stand on these big issues.


Donated dress makes prom dream come true

18 Jul 2019 23:03


Kelly has been receiving cancer treatment and may have missed her prom due to the cost of a dress.


Anti-manspreading chair designer receives 'backlash'

18 Jul 2019 20:28


Student Laila Laurel won an award for her design, intended to make men sit with their legs together.


The Welshman behind Nasa's Apollo 11 moon landing mission

18 Jul 2019 17:07


Tecwyn Roberts was instrumental in the Apollo missions as Nasa's chief of network engineering.


Huge sand dune designed to prevent major gas terminal falling into sea

18 Jul 2019 13:09


In a UK first, a 7m high barrier of sand is being created to help stop the coastline from crumbling.


How do you drive safely in the dark?

18 Jul 2019 12:22


The government announces it is considering a ban on new drivers from travelling at night.


The Open 2019 diary: 'Chance of a lifetime' for early birdies

18 Jul 2019 11:13


The thousands queued outside Royal Portrush before dawn showed The Open's international appeal.

        
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