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07/27/2017 08:12 AM
Grenfell Tower: Corporate manslaughter considered by police
Council chiefs are told police have "reasonable grounds" to suspect the offence may have been committed.

07/27/2017 08:06 AM
Witnessing the agony of Yemen's civil war
The BBC's Orla Guerin sees the suffering of cholera and malnutrition victims in Yemen's civil war.

07/27/2017 07:32 AM
Boy Scouts apologise for Trump's speech
The president had encouraged the Scouts to boo Barack Obama as he touted his political agenda.

07/27/2017 07:30 AM
Signal may be from first 'exomoon'
Astronomers have discovered an object that could be the first known moon located beyond the Solar System.

07/27/2017 07:28 AM
Joey Barton has football ban reduced by almost five months after appeal
Joey Barton's ban from football is reduced by almost five months after an appeal by the former Burnley midfielder.

07/27/2017 07:08 AM
Luke Campbell v Jorge Linares: WBA title on the line in Los Angeles
London 2012 gold medallist Luke Campbell will fight for a world title for the first time when he faces Jorge Linares in Los Angeles.

07/27/2017 06:54 AM
Pint-sized TMS: Excellent South Africa keep England in check
England's Alastair Cook is resilient against South Africa's bowlers to make 82 not out on a rain-shortened first day of the third Test.

07/27/2017 06:51 AM
Amazon founder is briefly the world's richest man
Five things you didn't know about the man whose wealth overtook Bill Gates's for a day.

07/27/2017 06:48 AM
Charlie Gard parents 'denied final wish' for more time
His mother says they have had "no control over our son's life and no control over our son's death."

07/27/2017 06:09 AM
England v South Africa: Alastair Cook makes 82 not out on opening day
Alastair Cook hits an unbeaten 82 as England make 171-4 on a rain-affected first day of the third Test against South Africa at The Oval.

07/27/2017 05:00 AM
Olympic athlete on why she self-harmed
British former Olympic bobsleigher Rebekah Wilson tells BBC Sport she self-harmed as she struggled to cope with the demands of elite sport.

07/27/2017 04:48 AM
Investigation after 'wrong horse' wins race
British horse racing's governing body is to investigate after the 'wrong horse' won a race at Great Yarmouth at odds of 50-1.

07/27/2017 04:22 AM
Porsche to recall 22,000 cars over emissions software
Germany's transport minister orders move to remove what he says is illegal emissions-controlling software.

07/27/2017 04:03 AM
Brexit: UK-EU freedom of movement 'to end in March 2019'
EU workers who move to the UK will have to register after Brexit, the home secretary says.

07/27/2017 04:00 AM
BBC women let gender pay gap happen, government adviser says
A government adviser on equal pay says women are "less proactive" in asking for more money.

07/27/2017 03:53 AM
Lancashire man poisoned after eating cherry seeds
A man who got cyanide poisoning after eating cherry seeds is calling for warnings to be put on packaging.

07/27/2017 03:39 AM
Legoland pirate stunt show performer injured in fall
The Pirates of Skeleton Bay stunt show has been shut down after an accident during a performance.

07/27/2017 02:39 AM
Bottle man lands 50 potential dates
Lonely widower inundated with offers of companionship despite a backlash over his bottle messages.

07/27/2017 02:01 AM
Judge writes letter to court battle teen
Mr Justice Jackson tells the 14-year-old boy why he rejected his plea to move abroad with his father.

07/27/2017 01:52 AM
Boy spots Natural History Museum dinosaur gaffe
A young dinosaur fan noticed an incorrect image on a museum sign about Oviraptors.

07/27/2017 01:26 AM
Why does the US military buy so much Viagra?
More than a million prescriptions are paid for every year, and many go to retired personnel.

07/26/2017 11:17 PM
Love Island star's free cake request angers Liverpool baker
A Liverpool baker is praised on social media for shaming companies asking for free cakes.

07/26/2017 11:12 PM
Five times food fights have had an impact on trade talks
Chlorine chicken isn't the only food that has got politicians in a flap

07/26/2017 10:09 PM
Ed Sheeran v Grime on Mercury shortlist
A rundown of the 12 nominees for this year's Mercury Music Prize.

07/26/2017 07:11 PM
Lapland zoo polar bears enjoy snow gift
Christmas has come early for Lapland zoo polar bears with snow in July.

07/26/2017 06:09 PM
Partition 70 years on: The turmoil, trauma - and legacy
Seventy years after India and Pakistan won their independence, why are relations still tense?

07/26/2017 12:51 PM
Green backlash against 'progressive alliance'
Parties worked together to boost Labour's chances at the election - but some feel they got nothing back.

07/26/2017 12:49 PM
'Time for change': Encouraging working class actors to rise again
One of Britain's top playwrights is trying to redress the class imbalance in the acting industry.

07/26/2017 12:42 PM
Are migrants paying price as EU targets smugglers in the Med?
The EU wants to shut down the migrant route from Libya, but deaths on the Mediterranean are on the rise.

07/26/2017 12:38 PM
Inside Facebook's virtual reality chat room
Facebook hopes the feature will be the "most immersive" way for Oculus Rift owners to chat online.

07/26/2017 12:33 PM
The man collecting pictures of sick chickens
New technology in Thailand is helping to prevent large scale epidemics.

07/26/2017 12:31 PM
I was sent for 'gay cure'
Before the legalisation of homosexuality in July 1967, gay men in the UK lived in fear of arrest, beatings and blackmail.

07/26/2017 12:24 PM
Meet 'The Resistance': Venezuela's frontline protest army
Anti-government 'Resistance' group members speak about why they are fighting in the streets on a daily basis.

07/26/2017 12:19 PM
Why does North Korea need nuclear weapons?
It is 64 years since the Korean War ended, so why does the North want nuclear weapons?

07/26/2017 12:08 PM
The Sistine Chapel like you've never seen it
Experts spent five years photographing the entire Sistine Chapel using the latest technology.

07/26/2017 08:23 AM
The murder investigation that made the FBI
Author David Grann recounts the macabre murder investigation that was one of the FBI's first.

07/26/2017 06:53 AM
Residents angry over 'crazy' London driveway fines
Tickets have been placed on cars in a Gants Hill street for obstructing the road's pavement.

02/16/2017 09:41 PM
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