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The EU has outlined new proposals for the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Doctors who came into the public eye during Covid received death threats and harassment.
Locals hoping to take over The Old Forge on the Knoydart Peninsula win more than £500,000 in funding.
Chloe McCardel completed her 44th swim of the Channel on Wednesday.
MPs and Peers back a campaign against replacing some of the vocational qualifications with T-levels.
Wales and Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks reveals he has been diagnosed with Stage 2 Hodgkin lymphoma cancer.
The actor who played Captain Kirk in the classic TV show is the oldest person ever to go to space.
Daisy, who could ride a bike aged two, has thousands of fans online.
Senior ministers had reportedly argued about who should have use of grace-and-favour home Chevening.
Face coverings could become a legal requirement in England again if the NHS struggles this winter.
More than two million people in England have had a third booster dose of Covid vaccine.
World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now threatens every aspect of human life.
Police arrest more campaigners as Insulate Britain mounts its 13th day of road protests.
Police women told BBC Newsnight that misogyny continues to shape work culture in the Met.
The BBC Sports Personality of the Year show will take place live on BBC One on 19 December from MediaCity in Salford.
The guidance comes as the UK's biggest commercial port Felixstowe, says the situation is improving.
There are record numbers of empty posts so which sectors are looking to recruit?
Tributes are paid to respected golf broadcaster and journalist Renton Laidlaw, who has died, aged 82.
GDP rose 0.4% in August in the first full month after all Covid restrictions were lifted in England.
Many fans have defended the girl and jokingly compared her to Chinese folk heroine Mulan.