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A "legacy of poor decisions" in 2020 and before the pandemic led to 100,000 deaths, scient

Already 100,000 people in the UK have died of Covid. This is the story of one of them.

The pharmaceutical giant said the late signing of contracts limited time to sort out supply glitches

The Russian leader says his first call with the new US president was "business-like and frank

The financial regulator will consult "shortly" on a rise from the current limit of £45.

Lifting lockdown rules will depend on the number of hospitalisations, deaths and vaccinations.

The tunnel is a danger to public safety, an HS2 spokeswoman told the BBC.

More than a million people in 50 countries take part in the biggest poll to date on climate change.

There is 'unfairness in some of the millions excluded from government help, research for the BB

Lockdown led to a surge in reports of fraudsters imitating genuine investment firms, regulator says.

It is the first time the world-famous event will take place in the autumn.

The Oscar-nominated actor and his choreographer wife describe as "difficult" their decisio

Geoffrey Woolf, 74, collapsed at home on 20 March and was rushed to hospital three days later.

The maps depict the famous sea battle in which the English fleet was victorious in 1588.

Wednesday's papers reflect on the number of Britons who have died during the coronavirus pandem

Vicki Meredew, who received a leftover vaccine dose, will continue palliative treatment for a brain

BBC News Arabic investigates a series of killings and the power of Shia militia groups in Iraq.

Already a difficult day, honouring those killed by the Nazis will be different this year, as the pan

The 83-year-old Hollywood royalty is also known as an active climate change campaigner.

Yemeni lawyer Ishraq al-Maqtari shares her memories of being one of the first women to take to the s

BBC News Arabic investigates a series of killings and the power of Shia militia groups in Iraq.

Yemeni lawyer Ishraq al-Maqtari shares her memories of being one of the first women to take to the s

Already a difficult day, honouring those killed by the Nazis will be different this year, as the pan

The governor has lifted the state’s stay-at-home order as test positivity rates have steadily fallen

Tens of thousands of protesting farmers drove their tractors to Delhi on Tuesday.

How are Covid-19 vaccines being distributed across the world? As some countries start vaccinating th

Edouard Roger-Vasselin gets creative while stuck in his hotel ahead of the Australian Open.

When Manmeet Kaur began giving away masks, she realised many people would relish a different design.

The BBC's Andrew Harding has returned to Mogadishu to see what hopes people have for peace.

Six-month-old Fu Bao, who lives in South Korea, just won't let go of her zookeeper's leg.

Israel is vaccinating against Covid-19 faster than anywhere else, but most Palestinians are waiting.

Olivia Davies went to school and college with two brothers who later left Wales and became extremist

BBC Africa Eye looks at the inside story of Detective Jane Mugo, the woman they call Kenya’s "s

It's been 10 years since Egyptians took to the streets to unseat their longest-serving Presiden

A mysterious Russian cult leader is accused of embezzling followers' funds and abusing them.

Boncuk waited outside a hospital in Turkey every day while her owner was being treated.

The arrest of the Kremlin's fiercest critic sparks a string of protests across Russia.

Celebrations broke out across Ballina when Biden's presidential victory was declared - and for

BBC China correspondent Robin Brant has visited the building housing Wuhan's famous 'wet

Doctors in the rainforest’s biggest city Manaus are struggling to control rising numbers of deaths f

Reality TV star and ex-model, Katie Price reveals the challenges of finding a specialist college for

Jesse Thistle, a high school dropout, overcame addiction and homelessness to pursue an academic care

When Farah Sayeed told her mother she wasn't coming home after university, it caused a painful

Many argue the positives outweigh the negatives when it comes to gaming and mental health

Everyone has heard about doctors and nurses catching Covid-19 but cleaners and porters have been wor

Singer Talia Dean was 18 when she first had symptoms of axial spondyloarthritis. It took 15 years to

The first hijab-wearing supermodel, Halima Aden, tells the BBC why she abandoned the fashion industr

Bouncers used to turn Mits Sahni away because of his skin colour - then he set up London's firs

"There is a mental health crisis with or without corona, especially among young people"

Dog theft: Organised crime driving ‘epidemic’ of dog snatching.

Anisa Subedar fell in love with a visiting cat. It wanted attention, so she gave it attention. Then

A 22-year-old became seriously ill with Covid while pregnant, but ultimately both mother and baby we

Dorothy Bonarjee was Indian by birth, English by upbringing, French by marriage - and Welsh at heart

Thomas Becket, killed in Canterbury in 1170, was attached to a "little book", which may no

An Italian pathologist is trying to identify the migrants on a boat that sank in the Mediterranean i

An NHS Test and Trace worker says many members of the public don't answer or refuse to co-opera

As he faced jail, the life Niyah Smith had once dreamed of looked impossible. But then came a chance

Judy Heumann has fought all her life to challenge the stereotypes and misconceptions associated with

Melvin McNair hijacked a US airliner with his wife and children and then became a model French citiz

Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy made a fortune in doughnuts then lost it all to gambling.

Care home owner Ty Yilmaz tells the BBC when coronavirus hit them it was like being "on the fro

Sir Keir Starmer says 100,000 Covid deaths in the UK is “twice the number we lost in the Blitz”.

Ministers will decide "shortly" whether to extend the £20-a-week increase in universal cre

The UK could require anyone arriving in Britain to be taken to a hotel on arrival, the prime ministe

The Health Secretary tells Andrew Marr that he doesn't know when it will be safe to lift restri

Nicola Sturgeon addresses claims she mishandled sexual harassment claims made about her predecessor.

Lisa Nandy also tells the BBC's Andrew Marr that current travel restrictions 'are not suff

Keir Starmer says Gavin Williamson "has failed as education secretary".

Boris Johnson says the inauguration is a "step forward for the country that's been through

Boris Johnson says teachers and pupils will be told “as much as we can, as soon as we can” about reo

Ed Davey asks the PM what has happened to the independent Covid inquiry he was “promised” six months

The SNP Westminster leader raises criticism of Boris Johnson voiced by his predecessor Theresa May i

The PM says the government is making sure it is “totally prepared in every part of the UK” for flood

Quoting a recording of Priti Patel, the Labour leader asks about the timing of closing UK borders to

Campaigners are bringing a judicial review for indirect sexual discrimination on Thursday.

The health secretary says everyone must continue to "stay at home whenever possible".

A roofer describes going from "not having enough to barely having enough" money as he has

Lorry drivers have been holding up the traffic in Westminster to protest about difficulties selling

A former work and pensions secretary says he wants the UK government to extend a temporary £20 weekl

There is 'unfairness in some of the millions excluded from government help, research for the BB

The financial regulator will consult "shortly" on a rise from the current limit of £45.

Why have some taxpayers who have lost their income because of the pandemic been left without funding

Lockdown led to a surge in reports of fraudsters imitating genuine investment firms, regulator says.

The new US president has called on a team of Ivy League-trained economists and lawyers to "heal

It would take effect on 1 April when the "grace period" for GB-NI parcels expires.

Demand for the video game and cloud computing services helped push Microsoft sales to a new quarterl

David Solomon is being punished for the bank's involvement in the fraudulent Malaysian investme

Regulators suspended the tech giant's planned listing before ordering a shake-up at the company

The bank's boss strongly rejects MPs criticism of "double-standards" over China'

The BBC has discovered sharp contrasts in the way universities are handling rent for unused accommod

It's not just shoppers facing surprise costs when EU parcels arrive, but what is behind the cha

People aged 25 to 34 face the highest risk of redundancy as Covid pushes up the jobless rate to 5%.

Supermarkets say card payment problems that led to long queues are resolved, but cause still unknown

The IMF raises its economic growth estimate on expectations that vaccines will allow activity to rec

The company is set to burn through more cash than expected this year as Covid hits the travel sector

Crew are asking to be designated 'key workers' so they can go home without risking public

The Senate has confirmed Janet Yellen as first female treasury secretary in US history.

The money comes from the liquidation of a firm co-founded by the disgraced film producer.

Budweiser will not advertise during the Super Bowl for the first time in 37 years.

Six-month-old Fu Bao, who lives in South Korea, just won't let go of her zookeeper's leg.

Scientists, using a wind tunnel and high-speed cameras, have captured the butterfly's flying sk

During starling season in winter, up to four million of the birds descend on Rome, covering streets

Researchers working in the Amazon filmed eels gathering in packs to herd prey, then stunning them wi

Japan is hit by severe snow storms, killing at least eight and bringing some regions to a standstill

An amateur photographer’s aerial photos are gaining attention for this little known "natural wo

The palm cockatoo is thought to be the only bird to use tools musically to attract a mate.

After Covid-19 should we expect more pandemics in the future?

Climate activists explain how individuals can help reduce their carbon emissions.

The BBC's global science correspondent Rebecca Morelle looks at what's coming up in the ne

A photographer with a gift for befriending wildlife has formed a close bond with a wild vixen.

The Nashulai conservancy, on the edge of the Maasai Mara, is reviving ancient practices to protect t

The teenage climate activist and veteran author and environmentalist were brought together by Radio

Lockdowns around the world have led to record falls in CO2 emissions. But will this lead to long las

Lewis Hamilton isn't just the world's most successful F1 driver, he's also a key back

A waste disposal worker rescues a cat from imminent death while sorting through rubbish at a plant i

Scientists have filmed octopuses in the Red Sea lashing out at fish during a group hunt.

Caitlin was partnered with her first guide dog last year, but where do 6% of them come from?

An 11-year-old boy had no time to dress as he and his father were forced to run from their home.

Jellyfish are being used to develop new medicines, filters for microplastics and for food.