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A full-time minimum wage worker aged over 23 will get £1,074 extra a year before tax from April.
10/25/2021 5:59:18 PM
A key pledge on climate funding has still not been met, and the money is not sure to be there before 2023.
10/25/2021 2:55:55 PM
Legal papers shed light on what happened when actor Alec Baldwin fired a gun with tragic results.
10/25/2021 5:20:59 PM
The Recycling Association responds by saying Boris Johnson has "completely lost the plastic plot".
10/25/2021 7:10:22 PM
Frances Haugen, who leaked thousands of documents, is appearing before MPs working on online safety.
10/25/2021 7:40:49 PM
Astronomers have found hints of what could be the first planet ever to be discovered outside our galaxy.
10/25/2021 8:49:57 PM
Mohammed bin Salman discussed assassinating the late King Abdullah in 2014, Saad al-Jabri says.
10/25/2021 2:43:42 PM
Protesters in Khartoum denounce the coup, as soldiers cut off main roads and restrict the internet.
10/25/2021 5:27:41 PM
A senior MI5 officer concedes that not stopping Salman Abedi on his return from Libya was a mistake.
10/25/2021 5:18:20 PM
Conservative MPs are facing a backlash on social media after rejecting tougher sewage protections in the Environment Bill.
10/25/2021 6:11:36 PM
The event, which was cancelled last year due to the pandemic, will have a reduced capacity of 30,000.
10/25/2021 3:49:29 PM
Willie McKay had a "preoccupation" with getting a pilot for Cardiff-Nantes journey, court hears.
10/25/2021 2:34:20 PM
US Open champion Emma Raducanu says "everyone should be patient" as she attempts this week to earn a first win since her Grand Slam success.
10/25/2021 6:08:00 PM
The BBC’s Yogita Limaye witnesses first-hand the extreme poverty engulfing millions in Afghanistan.
10/25/2021 12:09:39 PM
Google says its latest smartphone can erase unwanted objects and people from photographs.
10/25/2021 5:14:06 PM
Critics say Oscar winner Chloe Zhao's first superhero film is "watchable but ultimately unmemorable".
10/25/2021 5:29:47 PM
The drinks company has been named the world's biggest plastic polluter.
10/25/2021 12:09:11 AM
From music to fashion to art, the Heddon Street pop-up celebrates 75 years of David Bowie.
10/25/2021 3:21:03 PM
Molly, 14, died after viewing graphic content on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook.
10/24/2021 9:15:13 PM
The picture is widely praised online after the photographer posted it on social media.
10/25/2021 1:41:20 PM
The BBC is given rare access to film the 45,500-year-old images found on an Indonesian island.
10/25/2021 12:02:59 AM
A report into alleged human rights abuses during the rule of former president Jammeh has been delayed.
10/25/2021 12:04:47 AM
Zykiah went from washing family cars to cleaning for Gary Neville, Molly-Mae Hague and Scott McTominay.
10/25/2021 6:05:38 PM
A woman has found her biological father after help from a community Facebook group.
10/25/2021 12:06:01 AM
Eurovision, earthquakes and more - here's a look at some of the stories you may have missed this week.
10/23/2021 12:07:04 AM
A student and a medical doctor tell Newsbeat about experiencing bowel cancer.
10/25/2021 5:07:10 PM
Rishi Sunak's statement isn't until Wednesday, but several pledges have been announced.
10/25/2021 4:30:54 PM
A look back at some of the character's highlights following actor James Michael Tyler's death.
10/24/2021 10:24:27 PM
Fifteen years after five women were killed in Ipswich, prostitution returns to streets in the town.
10/25/2021 12:56:35 AM
Homecare companies say the rates they are paid by local authorities do not cover basic costs.
10/25/2021 1:13:38 AM
We ask six people across the UK what they would like to see from Rishi Sunak's Budget.
10/25/2021 8:19:06 AM
Experts warn that the pandemic lockdowns have made more people vulnerable.
10/25/2021 12:57:39 AM
In a town in northern Chile it is not unusual for residents to stumble across ancient mummies.
10/25/2021 12:58:37 AM
Heightened tensions with Taiwan has the world wondering where President Xi Jinping sees China on the world stage.
10/25/2021 12:59:39 AM
When Jemma Bere’s family was in crisis, she made a split-second decision that changed the trajectory of her life.
10/24/2021 12:30:06 AM
Ms Meng and the two Canadian Michaels are home - but will the relations with China ever be the same?
10/24/2021 12:14:04 AM
His show, which throws seven strangers together, is a far cry from The Office and Lip Sync Battle.
10/24/2021 12:25:05 AM
China's firing of a new nuclear-capable missile carried on a glider has raised questions about a US response.
10/24/2021 12:17:47 AM
Abortion or emigration are often considered the only way out by cohabiting couples who conceive.
10/24/2021 12:19:53 AM
The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar has reported on maternal health and the issues women face across the world. Here she reflects on her own experiences of pregnancy and baby loss.
10/23/2021 12:49:53 AM
After a humiliating defeat against fierce rivals Liverpool, is Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the brink of the sack?
10/25/2021 7:21:07 PM
Scotland are bowled out for 60 in a 130-run hammering by Afghanistan in their first Super 12 match at the Men's T20 World Cup.
10/25/2021 6:59:29 PM
Police say no further action will be taken after a banner displayed by Crystal Palace fans targeted the Saudi Arabian-led takeover of Newcastle United.
10/25/2021 4:26:10 PM
All-rounder Ben Stokes is added to England's squad for the Ashes after recovering from finger surgery and taking a break to prioritise his mental wellbeing.
10/25/2021 5:27:43 PM
Britain's Dan Evans is knocked out of the Vienna Open first round when he was beaten in straight sets by Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz.
10/25/2021 6:24:52 PM
Great Britain win skeleton and bobsleigh medals at the Winter Olympics test event in Beijing.
10/25/2021 8:05:20 PM
From acid rain to the ozone hole: Can we learn from the environmental "success stories" of the past?
10/25/2021 1:00:50 AM
How much do you know about the steps you could take to help curb climate change?
10/25/2021 7:20:36 AM
What's the evidence for global warming and how do we know it's being caused by human activity?
10/25/2021 1:01:25 AM
A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK - this is why it's important.
10/25/2021 5:10:54 PM
As the UK prepares to host a global climate summit, is the government on track to meet its own commitments?
10/22/2021 2:19:46 PM
Children will face up to three times as many extreme climate events as their grandparents, research suggests.
9/27/2021 12:13:26 AM
Cities are under threat from floods, forest fires and other disasters - how is tech helping with emergency responses?
10/24/2021 12:27:27 AM
Check the environmental impact of what you eat and drink.
8/9/2019 7:34:55 AM
Millions of tonnes of sand were shifted to part of the Norfolk coast - have they held back the sea?
10/23/2021 12:58:06 AM
What can homeowners do to reduce their energy consumption?
10/20/2021 11:58:26 AM
Australia is the only rich nation still wedded to coal, despite urgent calls to stop its use.
10/22/2021 3:58:12 PM
Why experts say cutting contrails costs less than $1bn a year but may be worth so much more.
10/22/2021 1:43:21 PM
Ros Atkins looks at how Europe is getting to grips with its emissions problem.
10/20/2021 12:23:40 AM
World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now threatens every aspect of human life.
10/13/2021 1:50:38 PM
Support for roads, aviation and fossil fuel drilling could undermine UK's green credentials at COP26.
10/20/2021 10:10:54 AM
The Greens performed well in German elections but they are having to adapt their policies to succeed.
10/21/2021 8:11:42 AM
BBC science correspondent Matt McGrath answers your questions about Glasgow's COP26 climate summit.
10/18/2021 1:30:38 PM
Experts have recommended developed countries adopt targets to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050.
10/19/2021 4:31:27 PM
The BBC's Nick Beake meets the young climate activists trying to stop Norway drilling for oil and gas.
10/18/2021 12:13:34 AM
Making energy supply to homes and businesses more flexible could help the UK meet its climate goals.
10/18/2021 1:10:53 AM
The global battle against climate change is likely to be won or lost in China.
10/14/2021 5:47:45 PM
Health service figures are calling for stricter Covid restrictions in England to protect the NHS.
10/25/2021 9:19:01 AM
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
10/25/2021 5:42:40 PM
The number of people wearing masks has fallen, but ministers don't want to reintroduce restrictions.
10/22/2021 12:39:57 PM
The number of red-list countries will be cut to just seven.
10/22/2021 12:52:55 PM
All children aged 12-15 across the UK are being offered one dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
10/19/2021 3:48:16 PM
Charts and maps tracking the progress of Covid vaccination programmes.
10/25/2021 11:21:01 AM
UK officials are keeping a close watch on a new descendent of the Delta variant of Covid.
10/19/2021 11:55:32 AM
Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
10/25/2021 11:17:08 AM
More than five million people in England have been offered a booster jab.
10/25/2021 10:49:17 AM
How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
10/21/2021 7:43:49 AM
Face coverings could become a legal requirement in England again if the NHS struggles this winter.
10/20/2021 9:52:41 AM
The UK has higher infections than most of its neighbours, as scientists fear a difficult winter.
10/22/2021 2:37:29 PM
Face coverings remain compulsory in Scottish schools, and are being reintroduced in parts of England.
10/19/2021 2:31:23 PM
Belarus is accused of taking revenge for EU sanctions by offering migrants tourist visas, and helping them across its border.
10/22/2021 12:51:33 AM
Nina and Steven fostered a baby hoping in vain to adopt her. With a second baby they finally became parents.
10/21/2021 12:49:56 AM
Online abuse against women is on the rise, but why aren't the police, government and social media sites doing more to stop it?
10/18/2021 12:56:37 AM
Steroids, the threat of nuclear war and... lost luggage. A small team of female British athletes went to the Friendship Games of 1984.
10/19/2021 12:01:45 AM
Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".
10/11/2021 11:16:11 PM