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It comes as several schools close and some office workers are sent home due to virus fears. [...]

The Ireland v Italy men's and women's Six Nations games scheduled for 7 and 8 March are po [...]

Police evacuate part of a Shropshire town as barriers are "overwhelmed" by rising river wa [...]

The Queen's grandson speaks at an event in Edinburgh weeks ahead of stepping down from royal du [...]

The home secretary signals the return of crime targets, saying "outcomes" in key areas wil [...]

Five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova is "saying goodbye" to tennis at the age of [...]

The Radio 1 Presenter says his body temperature went up to around forty degrees. [...]

Police bodycam footage captured the moment a visibly distressed child was arrested at her school in [...]

John Manley "erupted like a volcano" and left a "trail of destruction" at the Tr [...]

Forecasters say parts of the Midlands and southern England could see their first snowfall of winter. [...]

Grace Firth was fined £40 after pleading guilty to a littering offence which happened in March 2009. [...]

We meet two of the first ever recruits on a new police scheme aimed at tackling the national shortfa [...]

Jan Plumb brought a hairless sphynx cat to the UK in 1988, when the breed was extremely rare. [...]

A campaign is under way in Paris to ban heaters due to concerns about their electricity use. [...]

The winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition 2020. [...]

Borderline personality disorder, also known as BPD, is characterised by strong emotional reactions, [...]

The price of tomatoes have skyrocketed in East Africa in recent weeks after floods ruined crops. [...]

The BBC followed staff in a busy A&E unit who say they're under pressure all year round. [...]

Three baboons - one on his way to a vasectomy - fled an Australian hospital, stunning onlookers. [...]

More than 1,500 people claim asylum in the UK each year, claiming that they are persecuted for being [...]

How countries are battling the virus - from disinfectant lorries in China to roadblocks in Italy. [...]

Crews battled to put out the fire at the Marathon Refinery near Los Angeles which could be seen for [...]

Police bodycam footage captured the moment a visibly distressed child was arrested at her school in [...]

Bhura Khan was forced to flee as mobs burned down his house amid communal violence in India's c [...]

The price of tomatoes have skyrocketed in East Africa in recent weeks after floods ruined crops. [...]

Seen as the front-runner, Bernie Sanders came under fire from his Democratic opponents over topics s [...]

A campaign is under way in Paris to ban heaters due to concerns about their electricity use. [...]

One of two main accusers in Harvey Weinstein's trial says she feels "huge relief" at [...]

India and the US have signed defence, energy and telecoms deals but failed to reach a trade accord. [...]

Thousands attended a service for the NBA star and his daughter who died in a helicopter crash in Jan [...]

Hundreds queued at a supermarket in Daegu, one of the South Korean epicentres of the virus outbreak. [...]

A Ukrainian woman has told the BBC why she decided to decline evacuation and stay in the coronavirus [...]

Speaking after his conviction, the District Attorney said this was 'a new landscape for sex ass [...]

Three young basketballers from different corners of the world tell us how important Kobe Bryant was [...]

The inventor of the world's longest string instrument explains its unique and majestic sound. [...]

Protesters vow to continue the unrest in Santiago until changes are made to Chile's constitutio [...]

Borderline personality disorder, also known as BPD, is characterised by strong emotional reactions, [...]

More than 1,500 people claim asylum in the UK each year, claiming that they are persecuted for being [...]

Toxic fumes overcame a pilot landing at Heathrow in January. There's evidence that such events [...]

Stewart has been homeless for years He's slept on the street but also, he says, in some "g [...]

Despite claims that Russian prisons are cleaning up their act, inmates and their families tell a dif [...]

More young people are turning to social media to explore their faith. [...]

A block of flats in Sweden is tackling loneliness by mixing age groups - and making socialising an o [...]

Audie was in debt and losing hope. But Jeannette, who'd once been in debt herself, was able to [...]

The secret moment between two gay Russian lovers that defied haters. [...]

Velma, Emma and Dean believe mobile phone signals, wi-fi and other modern technology makes them ill. [...]

Failed by the Army: 'My son didn't have to die that day' [...]

Paula thought the UK's new benefit system, Universal Credit, was great. At first. [...]

Liverpudlian theatre company 'Ugly Bucket' have created a performance incorporating people [...]

Danielle's mum has Huntington's disease – now she’s finding out if she will also get it. [...]

The remarkable Turner's Oak in Kew Gardens in London not only survived the Great Storm of 1987, [...]

Hannah shares her life on social media to encourage self-confidence. [...]

Reporter Aaron Roach Bridgeman speaks to suspects, police and campaigners. [...]

Natasha always knew that she was conceived using a sperm donor, but she also knew that she would nev [...]

Leftovers from a popular drink are collected and used to create these sunglasses [...]

Alena is a #tradwife and she's not alone [...]

Former chancellor Sajid Javid has told MPs why he couldn't continue as Chancellor. [...]

SNP MP Martin Docherty-Hughes asks the PM about former aide Andrew Sabisky who has resigned as a Dow [...]

Internet memes have been made asking 'Where's Boris?', says the Labour leader. [...]

Flooding victims who cannot get insurance, or sell their homes, need the government “to help them ou [...]

The SNP’s Westminster leader quotes several groups who have criticised UK government immigration pla [...]

A forgotten passageway dating back to the 17th Century has been uncovered in Parliament. [...]

Prospects for a free trade agreement will be "damaged significantly" without progress on c [...]

Reverend Canon Patricia Hillas becomes the 80th Speaker's chaplain. [...]

Banking giant Lloyds says 780 jobs will go this year, while Direct Line is cutting 800 positions. [...]

London staff of the oil giant Chevron are working from home as a "precautionary measure". [...]

Stock markets have faced days of turmoil as concern about coronavirus mounts. [...]

Diageo, which makes Guinness, expects sales to slide this year as bars across China close. [...]

Peter and Jill Baker have been left out of pocket over their decision to cancel a holiday in Italy. [...]

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says Britons returning from locked-down Italian towns must self-isolat [...]

The coronavirus has already become a nightmare for travellers and the tourism industry alike. [...]

Car dealerships remain closed and buyers stay away as the coronavirus outbreak takes its toll on sal [...]

Planes, trains and buses are being put on to help Chinese workers quickly return to factories. [...]

Gulf states are imposing flight restrictions to try to slow the spread of the virus. [...]

How do you build a market for a product society considers unmentionable? [...]

3D printing is meeting some of the ambitions touted when the technology emerged 20 years ago. [...]

Toxic fumes overcame a pilot landing at Heathrow in January. There's evidence that such events [...]

Katharine Hibbert is the founder of UK property guardianship company Dot Dot Dot. [...]

Developers say you can now converse effortlessly using translation tech, but others are not so sure. [...]

New trade deals have re-opened the debate on how to rescue people's careers if their jobs go ab [...]

As part of a new BBC blog series, Maura Hannon from Switzerland shares what she spent her money on t [...]

Leaders are meeting this week to discuss budget plans in challenging discussions. [...]

The Restaurant Group, which also owns Chiquito, says 90 restaurants are set to close by end of 2021. [...]

Sir Richard Branson's firm says it is releasing more tickets for flights into space. [...]

The price of tomatoes have skyrocketed in East Africa in recent weeks after floods ruined crops. [...]

A campaign is under way in Paris to ban heaters due to concerns about their electricity use. [...]

How unwanted food is processed to produce electricity and fertiliser. [...]

Nic Bonne, who uses 3D-printed models to study galaxies, wants more people to stargaze. [...]

About half the flights young men take each year are for stag dos - and that generates a lot of emiss [...]

Academic and electronic musician Bertolt Meyer has hacked into his prosthetic arm and connected it t [...]

Refugees in Jordan and scientists from the UK are growing fresh food using old mattresses. [...]

As sea levels rise, difficult decisions are being made about which communities to save. [...]

Christina Koch spent 328 days on the International Space Station and was part of the first all-femal [...]

Climate Stripes, a graphic made by a UK academic, is being worn by US politicians posted on social m [...]

Many scientists are calling it the UK's most important mission for a generation. [...]

A zoologist explains why footage showing the two animals working together, might be more common than [...]

A couple who met while travelling say seeing the "scary" impact of rubbish spurred them in [...]

A team of mathematicians and physicists say they have the formula for consistently good coffee. [...]

Former minister Claire O'Neill has said the prime minister "doesn't really get" [...]

The broadcaster and naturalist says the Glasgow climate summit later this year is "extremely im [...]

The prime minister says climate change is harming "the most vulnerable populations around the p [...]

Jim Molan was laughed at while on a live TV show, in an incident that has got Australia talking. [...]

Serbia has been named as the country with the highest rate of pollution-related deaths in Europe. [...]

Dr Ben Burville spent 17 years trying to become the first person to record them making the noise. [...]