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Top grades are up, but head teachers warn of "heartbreaking" volatility at school and stud

The train driver, a conductor and a passenger were killed in the crash in Aberdeenshire on Wednesday

Yellow storm warnings are issued for swathes of the UK as forecasters warn of flash flooding.

A safari group sailing near Dana Point in southern California came across a travelling pod of dolphi

Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris call President Donald Trump a "whining" incompete

The US calls for rules to be eased after Donald Trump complained of issues washing his hair.

The travel giant makes a £1bn loss in three months - but says summer bookings for 2021 are up 145%.

Amazon Prime is giving £1.5m to two UK funds offering support to workers affected by the virus.

But experts caution there are many other considerations, including cost and over-diagnosis.

The country's biggest city, Auckland, is back in lockdown after a family cluster emerged.

The life story of the princess will become the first Broadway show to premiere on the small screen.

With finances stretched by Covid-19 these young people are supporting each other to save money.

The raptors have bred on an estate in the Scottish Highlands for the first time in 40 years.

Many of Thursday's front pages carry devastating pictures of the train derailment in Aberdeensh

UK house prices are predicted to fall but a report spells out why property may remain out of reach.

As Covid-19 keeps millions of people at home, the popularity of "shoppertainment" has skyr

Dule, a former migrant worker, has turned to rap music to make a difference – and a living.

On the south coast, people have started going on sightseeing cruises of, well, cruise ships.

Joseph Beer, 15, is tidying up his neighbourhood and winning praise from residents.

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown many countries into recession - but what exactly is it and how c

Thousands of injured, displaced and traumatised children are dealing with the aftermath of the port

Dule, a former migrant worker, has turned to rap music to make a difference – and a living.

A safari group sailing near Dana Point in southern California came across a travelling pod of dolphi

This year 79 tigers were captured on hidden cameras in Thailand’s Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng forest.

How Ebola prepared one doctor in the Democratic Republic of Congo to treat coronavirus.

A BBC team in Minsk saw violent scenes amid protests sparked by Sunday's disputed election resu

Sahar Fares, a firefighter medic, was called to the scene of a fire. She died in the blast that foll

In the opening minutes of his press conference, the US president was asked to step outside by a Secr

A plastic surgeon is offering free surgery to people like Romy, who was driving near the port when t

Authorities have implemented a number of safety measures to keep visitors safe this summer.

Wild weather on the New South Wales coast in Australia has blown waterfalls upstream.

One person was killed and four others seriously injured as a result of the blast.

Designer Anne Sophie Cochevelou decorates her face coverings with anything from Barbies to Pokemon t

Iraqi soldier Ali Hussein Kadhim recollects his miraculous escape from the massacre that killed hund

Prime Minister Hassan Diab made a national TV address where he announced the resignation of his gove

Thousands protest in Minsk after exit polls announced the re-election of President Lukashenko.

Starting with the epicentre, we follow how the blast ripped through the city, bringing life to a hal

Staff at a barber shop rocked by the Beirut explosion say they're haunted by flashbacks.

Police and protesters have clashed days after the explosion that rocked Beirut.

A dive instructor has recorded his ‘special moment’ with a humpback whale.

Iraqi soldier Ali Hussein Kadhim recollects his miraculous escape from the massacre that killed hund

Dating during lockdown is hard enough in 2020, but how do you deal with it when cancer is in the mix

As the Covid-19 pandemic loomed, the staff at one hospital braced themselves. Nothing would turn out

After Li Jingzhi's son went missing in 1988 she dedicated her life to searching for him. He was

The Domestic Abuse Helpline took more than 40,000 calls during the first three months of lockdown, w

Journalist Layla Wright followed the journey that ultimately cost Sean his life

The idea that 5G could have health implications isn't new. But conspiracy theories linking 5G w

After the phone-hacking scandal, Rupert Murdoch's involvement in the US elections and the Brexi

A photographer's decision to capture an image during the Iraq War changed not only his life - b

Some BAME teachers in the UK feel forgotten from government advice when returning to work, so have c

'I looked at myself inside and I said: "I don’t know if I have what it takes to do this.

The young asylum seekers using music and drama to beat isolation during the pandemic.

‘Joanne’ says she was raped by a taxi driver after a night out with friends. She says the court case

Even though she can't meet them face-to-face, Katherine is still supporting her homeless client

With 2020's Glastonbury Festival cancelled, what better time to take a look at the real Glaston

Exploring the impact of the abrupt end to university for three first year students

Women across Europe are struggling to get abortions because of the pandemic.

A group of fathers answer questions from step-mums and birth mums by the woman who runs a group for

Since the pandemic started, this company has been feeding sausages to the nation while keeping Covid

Mark and Marco explain what their lives have been like since losing their partners.

The government should “rethink very quickly” its handling of A-level grades for students in English

The 2020 exam results mean more students than “ever before”, will be able to go to their university

The transport secretary meets emergency services and agencies when visiting the site of Wednesday’s

Gavin Williamson says English pupils can use their “moderated” grade from Ofqual, take the exam in O

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown many countries into recession - but what exactly is it and how c

The UK has not seen “a big enough bounce back and we really need one” says the shadow chancellor abo

As the UK falls into recession, Chancellor Rishi Sunak warns there is no "playbook" for co

The passenger train derailment in Aberdeenshire is a “very tragic incident” says Transport Secretary

The Labour leader says the government’s handling of Thursday’s A-level exam results in England “smac

Boris Johnson says he wants to see a return to "economic vitality and health" but there is

Thousands of Scottish exam results are being revised upwards following concerns over the SQA assessm

The UK and France are working together to stop migrants crossing the English Channel to reach Britai

The first minister accepts her government "did not get it right" over Scottish exam result

An MP who was stopped by police says the “system is currently biased against black people” and needs

PC Gaz Phillips who nearly died just days before PC Andrew Harper is supporting his widow's cam

Boris Johnson says schools are the “last thing” the government wants to close as part of any local l

English house prices are “way, way too expensive” in comparison with France and Germany, says the PM

Britain should work with “French friends” to stop migrants crossing the English Channel to reach the

A “clear plan” is needed on the checks for English schools to reopen next month, says the Labour lea

The housing minister says he 'regrets' his close contact with property developer in contro

Recruiters say the number of new job ads suggests that a slow recovery could be underway.

The fashion chain wants landlords to accept rents based on the sales stores generate.

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits falls to 963,000.

The government's job retention bonus scheme will be used to cut fares in the West Midlands and

Christies sold nine pairs of the basketball legend's shoes, including the "rarest of the r

A long-running investigation finds the sector is not working well for grieving families.

The travel giant makes a £1bn loss in three months - but says summer bookings for 2021 are up 145%.

UK house prices are predicted to fall but a report spells out why property may remain out of reach.

The US will maintain import duties on $7.5bn worth of items including French cheese and whiskies.

The life story of the princess will become the first Broadway show to premiere on the small screen.

The lender is seeking to cut costs as more people bank online during the pandemic.

Tencent expects its Chinese messaging app will not be affected by America's action against the

Rishi Sunak says it is a "difficult and uncertain time" as the UK suffers its biggest slum

Jobseekers are having a tough time at the moment but some sectors are hiring and support is availabl

David Hanson's dream holiday was cancelled, but like many Brits he's been waiting months f

The online retailer says people are making more “deliberate purchases” including make-up and sportsw

Covid-19 lockdown restrictions saw customers staying at home and fewer miles driven, says Admiral.

His influential entertainment empire included ViacomCBS and Paramount Pictures, MTV and Nickelodeon.

Profit and sales figures at Mike Ashley's Frasers Group are delayed while figures are finalised

The move comes after the firm paid more than $71bn for most of Rupert Murdoch's film and TV bus

Volunteers are scrambling to create cordons to keep oil leaking from a vessel away from the island.

Birdwatching has boomed during Australia's Covid-19 lockdown - and it's having an unexpect

Nasa astronaut Bob Behnken describes the powerful moment of splashdown.

Dr Maria Morell studies their ears to discover if hearing damage led to their death.

British scientist James Lovelock says population growth means something like the virus is "almo

The moment the first crewed SpaceX mission splashes down safely in the Gulf of Mexico.

US astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are on their way back to Earth in their their Dragon Endea

An underwater webcam in the port of Miami has become a lockdown sensation thanks to its tailless sta

Why we need to distinguish day-to-day weather from long-term trends.

The one-tonne, six-wheeled rover will look for signs of life on the Red Planet.

Ingenuity is a 1.8kg (4lb) helicopter that will ride to Mars inside Nasa's Perseverance rover.

A recent survey suggests a quarter of mammals are at risk of extinction - here's how you can he

Summer 2020 is a popular time for missions to Mars because of the way the planets align - but how lo

Jenny Harris believes people should celebrate the often maligned mammals.

China launches its first mission aimed at landing a rover on the Red Planet.

Two previous attempts to launch the probe in the past week had to be called off because of adverse w

As PPE use increases there's a concern masks and plastics may end up appearing on our beaches.

The marsupial has bred in the wild in New South Wales for the first time in a century.

There are fewer than 500 hirola living in the wild, down from thousands just 40 years ago.

While the research labs have been locked down, one robotic scientist has continued experimenting 24/