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Brexit: 'Expectations low' as PM heads to Brussels

2 hours 45 min ago
With talks deadlocked, EU leaders want Theresa May to give ground - but she says the ball's in their court.

Gender Recognition Act: 'Why we want identity rules changed'

4 hours 9 min ago
Transgender people are asking for support to make getting a correct birth certificate easier.

Reality Check: The backstop explained

4 hours 14 min ago
Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.

'I've never had this much attention'

5 hours 12 min ago
The 60-year-old actress explains why she's returning to Halloween (but don't call it a franchise).

The bang on the head that knocked English out of me

5 hours 13 min ago
Hannah Jenkins speaks English in the morning and German in the afternoon - it all started with a cycling accident.

Syrian refugee who lives in a historic manor

5 hours 16 min ago
Tamer fled Syria seven years ago, but now lives in a historic house in south-west London.

How a racist murder mobilised Britain's Bengali community

5 hours 18 min ago
A Bengali textile worker was murdered in London’s East End in 1978, mobilising his immigrant community.

Orthodox Church split: Five reasons why it matters

5 hours 27 min ago
Ukraine is pulling churches away from Russia's grip - a very sensitive issue in the current conflict.

'I still have so many questions'

5 hours 32 min ago
Lex Warner died while diving off northern Scotland in 2012 - but his family still have "many unanswered questions".

Nehanda, the Shona spirit medium that inspired Mugabe

5 hours 34 min ago
Nehanda Nyakasikana led the fight against British colonisers in Zimbabwe in the 19th Century.

Is the EU really united over Brexit?

5 hours 36 min ago
It's all to do with money and timing, says the BBC's Europe editor Katya Adler.

The Facebook cleaners: 'I've seen hundreds of beheadings'

5 hours 39 min ago
What's it like to be someone who watches banned content on social media so you don't have to?

China disappearances show Beijing sets its own rules

5 hours 42 min ago
Beijing's crackdown on a film star and the Interpol chief highlights its use of secret detentions.

Why dumping rubbish is a waste of money

5 hours 48 min ago
Dumping rubbish is a waste of valuable resources, says Arthur Huang - and his company is showing why.

Peter Jackson: Lord of Rings director's WW1 movie They Shall Not Grow Old opens

5 hours 50 min ago
Silent film footage from World War One has been painstakingly restored for a new film by the Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson.

Should students' ethnicity matter?

5 hours 51 min ago
Harvard has been accused of racial bias in picking students. Should universities really consider ethnic backgrounds?

Newspaper headlines: 'No-deal Brexit could lead to £36bn bill'

5 hours 52 min ago
The Daily Telegraph details a warning from the chancellor, while other papers lead with a celebrity divorce.

Trump threatens to cut aid to Honduras over migrants

16 October 2018 - 11:52pm
A group of at least 1,500 migrants is currently in Guatemala, heading north toward the US border.

Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi crown prince 'denies knowledge' of missing critic

16 October 2018 - 11:12pm
His reported comments come as Turkish sources say they have more evidence the journalist was killed.

Man Booker Prize: Anna Burns becomes first winner from Northern Ireland

16 October 2018 - 11:08pm
Anna Burns, the writer of Milkman, is the first author from Northern Ireland to win the prize.

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