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01/16/2018 11:02 AM
Minister for loneliness appointed to continue Jo Cox's work
The government creates a new ministerial role, which continues the work of the late MP Jo Cox.

01/16/2018 10:31 AM
Trump's cognitive ability is normal, says White House doctor
The US president, 71, displays no abnormal signs following a cognitive exam, his doctor says.

01/16/2018 10:13 AM
Tory MP Ben Bradley 'sorry' for blog post about jobless
In 2012 Ben Bradley's blog post criticised what he called a "vast sea of unemployed wasters".

01/16/2018 10:00 AM
Leicester City 2-0 Fleetwood Town
Kelechi Iheanacho becomes the first player to score a goal awarded by a video referee in English football as Leicester beat Fleetwood.

01/16/2018 09:44 AM
FA Cup: Leicester's Kelechi Iheanacho scores first VAR goal in England
Leicester's Kelechi Iheanacho scores the first goal awarded by VAR in England in his side's third-round replay against Fleetwood Town.

01/16/2018 09:44 AM
US holds back $65m aid to Palestinians
The money represents more than half of a first instalment due to the UN's Palestinian relief agency.

01/16/2018 09:17 AM
Ealing Council paves way to ban anti-abortion protesters
Council cabinet members vote in favour of banning protesters from gathering outside a Marie Stopes clinic.

01/16/2018 09:16 AM
Jose Mourinho: Man Utd close to announcing new deal for manager
Manchester United are close to reaching an agreement with manager Jose Mourinho over a new contract.

01/16/2018 09:08 AM
Residents of Oslo, Norway ski along streets
Residents of the Norwegian capital chose a novel way to get to work in heavy snow.

01/16/2018 09:02 AM
Disruption as heavy snowfalls hit Scotland
Traffic between Scotland and England has been affected, with closures on the M74 in both directions.

01/16/2018 08:47 AM
What Momentum’s wins might mean for Labour
What Momentum's election wins might mean for the future of the Labour Party.

01/16/2018 08:02 AM
Carillion was left with just £29m before going bankrupt
Carillion held rescue talks with the government since October in a bid to stave off collapse, says boss.

01/16/2018 07:43 AM
Turpin case: Shackled California siblings 'victims of torture'
The mother was "perplexed" when officers came to rescue the malnourished children, say police.

01/16/2018 07:33 AM
Mount Mayon: Philippines volcano spews out lava
Volcanologists say a "hazardous explosion" could be imminent, as thousands flee the area around Mount Mayon in the Philippines.

01/16/2018 06:45 AM
Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss called referee Mike Dean 'not honest' and 'a disgrace'
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was "very aggressive" and called referee Mike Dean "a disgrace" after their draw at West Brom, an FA report says.

01/16/2018 06:19 AM
Anthony Joshua laughs off Joseph Parker's 'king of steroids' claim
Anthony Joshua laughs off claims of drug use after Joseph Parker dubbed him the "king of steroids".

01/16/2018 05:44 AM
Margaret Atwood faces feminist backlash for #MeToo op-ed
The Handmaid's Tale author said she was depicted as "a rape-enabling Bad Feminist" after her column.

01/16/2018 05:33 AM
'US sports doctor abused me hundreds of times'
A court hears how former Team USA gymnastics sports doctor Larry Nassar used his position of trust to subject one of nearly 100 victims to a decade of abuse.

01/16/2018 05:10 AM
Larry Nassar case: Victims confront 'repulsive' predator
Nearly 100 women and girls are testifying against the ex-Team USA gymnastics doctor.

01/16/2018 05:03 AM
Plastic recycling: Your questions answered
Answering your questions about what you can recycle, where and why.

01/16/2018 04:50 AM
Sneezing myths and facts
Can you sneeze with your eyes open and what is the best way to stop a sneeze?

01/16/2018 04:44 AM
The 'happy family' at centre of torture allegations
From their pictures, the couple arrested in California seemed to preside over a happy American family.

01/16/2018 04:13 AM
Family of H&M child model moved house 'for security'
The mother of a child model caught up in an H&M racism row says her family has had to move house.

01/16/2018 04:11 AM
The Pogues frontman's star-studded 60th birthday
The man who brought punk and Irish folk together, turned 60 with a star-studded concert.

01/16/2018 03:39 AM
Terror trial: Big Ben among terror targets, court hears
A British man who was "fascinated" by so-called Islamic State targeted UK landmarks, court hears.

01/16/2018 03:18 AM
CES 2018: Floating ads created by Kino-mo's spinning tech
Spinning LED strips are used to create video images that appear to float in mid-air like holograms.

01/16/2018 03:11 AM
Pulse fishing: MEPs vote for ban on controversial method
The European Parliament votes for a ban on fleets using the controversial method of pulse fishing.

01/16/2018 02:44 AM
Does MP Sir Desmond Swayne nod off in Ken Clarke's speech?
Sir Desmond Swayne seems very relaxed during his colleague's speech on the EU Withdrawal Bill.

01/16/2018 02:03 AM
England's first 'prisoner of war' discovered
A French aristocrat, captured in 1357, was England's earliest official "prisoner of war", say historians.

01/16/2018 01:49 AM
Sir Andy Flurry: Gritters are online hit
An online tracker showing Scotland's cleverly named gritters becomes a social media hit.

01/16/2018 12:46 AM
California car crashes into second floor building
Dashcam shows airborne car crashing into second floor of a building.

01/16/2018 12:40 AM
Seven-year-old delivery boy causes outrage in China
Photos of a child working as a delivery boy has sparked a debate over poverty on Chinese social media.

01/16/2018 12:20 AM
Moscow's 2017 December was its 'darkest' on record
Russia's capital had no sunshine last month, and now Siberia is in a deep freeze.

01/16/2018 12:04 AM
The tragedy that inspired The Cranberries' biggest hit
How an IRA bombing led to The Cranberries' biggest hit and got them banned by the BBC.

01/16/2018 12:02 AM
Commuters on struggling to work in the north of England
Those navigating road and rail share tales of jack-knifed lorries, crammed trains and tired eyes.

01/15/2018 05:12 PM
Australian Open 2018: Johanna Konta beats Madison Brengle to reach second round
Britain's Johanna Konta makes swift progress into the second round of the Australian Open with victory over American Madison Brengle.

01/15/2018 01:20 PM
The gym made out of melted knives
A outdoor gym has been made out of melted-down knives collected by the police from gang members in London.

01/15/2018 01:00 PM
Edible insects: Do insects actually taste any good?
Insects are often portrayed as a sustainable superfood - and many are delicious.

01/15/2018 12:58 PM
Winter Olympics: How good is North Korea at sport?
Reality Check looks at the sporting skills of the secretive state.

01/15/2018 12:45 PM
Rape survivors’ clothing on display
The ‘Is it my fault?’ exhibition at the Centre Communautaire Maritime in the Molenbeek district of Brussels aims to promote awareness about sexual violence.

01/15/2018 12:42 PM
I advertised for a man to get me pregnant - then I fell in love
Thirty-something Jessica was eager to get pregnant, but her relationships kept failing. It was time for a totally new approach.

01/15/2018 12:30 PM
The Indian woman who chose a bull over marriage
Selvarani Kanagarasu, a daily wage labourer from India, shuns marriage to take care of a bull.

01/15/2018 12:14 PM
Exploring the landscapes where people congregate
For more than a decade, British photographer Simon Roberts has taken pictures of events and places across England that have drawn people together in public. Here we present a small selection of his pictures.

01/15/2018 11:49 AM
Trump voters grade president's first year
Four Donald Trump supporters share their views on the president's first year in office.

01/15/2018 11:04 AM
Why the A380 never really took off
Airbus has said it will stop making its superjumbo if it does not get any more orders.

01/15/2018 10:59 AM
Doortraits: The Instagram obsession with doors
What does your door say about you?

01/15/2018 09:19 AM
Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan dies
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01/15/2018 04:31 AM
Still Friends? The trouble with old sitcoms
As 90s sitcom Friends faces a backlash for alleged homophobia and sexism, we ask, was it ever thus?

01/15/2018 03:52 AM
UK sends medics to halt Rohingya diphtheria outbreak
There have been 4,000 suspected cases of diphtheria in the overcrowded refugee camps and at least 31 deaths.

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