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06/28/2017 08:43 AM
Queen's Speech: Labour to force vote on public pay cap
Jeremy Corbyn says his amendment to the Queen's Speech is a "test case" on opposition to austerity.

06/28/2017 08:32 AM
Michelle Payne: Melbourne Cup-winning jockey tests positive for banned substance
Michelle Payne, the only female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, is stood down from riding after testing positive for a banned appetite suppressant.

06/28/2017 08:11 AM
Man held in Birmingham in Europe-wide terror probe
Five others are arrested in Majorca and Germany by police investigating terrorism material online.

06/28/2017 06:55 AM
London fire: Fire safety risk inspections pointless, says expert
The current system councils use "does not take into consideration important factors like cladding".

06/28/2017 06:10 AM
British Attitudes Survey: More Britons 'back higher taxes'
People are also becoming more sceptical of the EU and more socially liberal, a survey suggests.

06/28/2017 05:34 AM
Venezuela crisis: Helicopter launches attack on Supreme Court
The helicopter is reported to have been stolen by a police officer, whose whereabouts are unknown.

06/28/2017 05:22 AM
News Daily: Labour's pay vote and Hillsborough decision
Your morning briefing for 28 June 2017.

06/28/2017 05:16 AM
The Papers: 'May's top team split over Brexit'
Apparent divisions between David Davis, Philip Hammond and Boris Johnson over Brexit make headlines.

06/28/2017 05:16 AM
Stormont power-sharing talks going down to the wire
There is just one full day left for parties to reach an agreement on restoring power-sharing.

06/28/2017 02:33 AM
Painless flu jab patch for people scared of injections
The special sticking plaster delivers a pain-free "do-it-yourself" dose of the vaccine into the skin.

06/28/2017 02:16 AM
Luftwaffe ace flies in Spitfire
German pilot Hugo Broch took to the skies over Kent to achieve a long-held ambition.

06/28/2017 02:13 AM
'Boaty McBoatface' submarine returns home
The UK's favourite yellow submarine completes its first major science expedition in the Antarctic.

06/28/2017 01:30 AM
The show searching for the soul of England's men
Children's film Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs inspires a play about modern masculinity.

06/28/2017 01:15 AM
Grenfell survivor makes first return to tower
Olu is still scarred by the fire he feared would kill him and his family.

06/28/2017 01:15 AM
The Grenfell survivor rebuilding his life, two weeks on
Olu is still scarred by the fire he feared would kill him and his family. What does his life hold now?

06/28/2017 01:10 AM
Yuck to useful: From sewer fat to eco-fuel
How one company is turning sewer fat into biodiesel

06/28/2017 12:08 AM
Faecal bacteria 'in ice in Costa, Starbucks and Caffe Nero'
Concerning levels of faecal bacteria were found in ice at three major coffee chains, a BBC investigation finds.

06/28/2017 12:01 AM
Dragon Tattoo actor Michael Nyqvist dies aged 56
The death of the actor, who had had cancer for a year, will leave a "huge void", his family says.

06/27/2017 11:14 PM
How shops are coping with a weaker pound
A weak pound may be luring clothes shoppers to the UK, but how are shops coping with the change?

06/27/2017 11:05 PM
Willenhall school 'riot' saw teacher injured by pupils
A former teacher reveals what it was like to work at a school given Ofsted's lowest rating.

06/27/2017 11:05 PM
Hillsborough disaster: Charges decision due
Families of the 96 victims of the 1989 disaster will be told later what prosecutors have decided.

06/27/2017 11:02 PM
Indianapolis 500: Racing into the history books
Janet Guthrie speaks to Witness about her pioneering racing career

06/27/2017 11:02 PM
GCSE pass levels causing confusion over university entry
There are warnings of confusion over university admissions as changes to GCSEs create two different pass grades.

06/27/2017 10:25 PM
England U21s lose to Germany: How well do you remember England's penalty pain?
It was a familiar story for England as they lost on penalties to Germany. How much do you remember about the nation's shootout defeats?

06/27/2017 10:15 PM
World Cup 'corruption' report: England friendly plan 'a form of bribery'
Investigators looking into the bids to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups were told plans to stage an England-Thailand friendly were "a form of bribery".

06/27/2017 10:06 PM
England Under-21s prepared for penalties, says Aidy Boothroyd
England's defeat by Germany in the Euro Under-21 semis was not the result of a lack of preparation, says boss Aidy Boothroyd.

06/27/2017 09:22 PM
Why are Indian women wearing cow masks?
A photography project which shows women wearing a cow mask has gone viral in India.

06/27/2017 08:28 PM
Do Trump voters care if world dislikes him?
A new survey shows seismic shift in world perception of the US and President Trump. But do Americans even care?

06/27/2017 08:09 PM
Reality Check: What does the Queen cost us?
Reality Check looks at the Sovereign Grant, which is paid to the Queen, as it is set to increase next year.

06/27/2017 06:27 PM
Pakistan inferno: Father's anguish as tanker dead buried
Muhammad has been looking for his family since an oil tanker blaze killed 150 people in Pakistan.

06/27/2017 05:37 PM
What was the role of Cambridge Analytica and psychographics in the EU referendum?
Gabriel Gatehouse asks if, in the age of big data, our democracy is open to manipulation.

06/27/2017 05:20 PM
Women's World Cup 2017: England's Natalie Sciver scores brilliant century
Natalie Sciver hits 137 off 92 balls as England make their highest World Cup total of 377-7 to comfortably beat Pakistan at Grace Road.

06/27/2017 03:49 PM
Google's giant fine: triumph or misjudgment?
A 2.4bn euro fine is celebrated by Google's critics but others view the punishment as misjudged.

06/27/2017 02:44 PM
British and Irish Lions 2017: 'Courtney Lawes favourite to force way into Test squad'
Courtney Lawes is in pole position to earn promotion to the Test squad as the Lions draw with the Hurricanes, says Jeremy Guscott.

06/27/2017 11:38 AM
The man who taught Ed Sheeran how to use a loop pedal
Newsbeat chats to the man who taught Ed Sheeran how to use his trademark loop pedal, which confused some fans at Glastonbury.

06/27/2017 09:41 AM
Has al-Muhajiroun been underestimated?
One of the London Bridge attackers was a follower of the banned al-Muhajiroun network.

02/17/2017 09:41 AM
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