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1 - Northern: Rail firm brought under government control
2 - Brexit: European Parliament overwhelmingly backs terms of UK's exit
3 - MEPs sing Auld Lang Syne to mark UK exit
4 - Lungs 'magically' heal damage from smoking
5 - BBC News to close 450 posts as part of £80m savings drive
6 - ITN's Alastair Stewart steps down after social media 'errors of judgement'
7 - Coronavirus: Britons on Wuhan flights to be quarantined
8 - Two UK deaths 'may be linked to vaping lung injury'
9 - Washing machine owners must re-check for fire risk
10 - France to ban culling of unwanted male chicks by end of 2021
11 - Car spotted with greenhouse on its roof in Heywood
12 - Scottish independence: MSPs back new referendum in Holyrood vote
13 - Errol Graham death: Nottingham man starved after benefits stopped
14 - Coronavirus: Passengers rush back to UK on British Airways' last flights
15 - Calvin Klein perfume 'big hit' with Banham Zoo's big cats
16 - Channel 4's First Dates to move to Manchester
17 - Coronavirus: British mum told to leave young son behind in Wuhan
18 - National Television Awards 2020: Red carpet in pictures
19 - Rescued owl was 'too fat to fly', Suffolk sanctuary says
20 - Haunting image of trapped sea turtle wins underwater photo award
21 - The courts where Kobe Bryant played growing up
22 - The oak tree in Kew Gardens that taught the world a lesson
23 - Brexit: 'The best now is for it to be done and finalised'
24 - Australia fires: Firefighters dance on TikTok to 'raise spirits'
25 - How will the Huawei 5G deal affect me?
26 - The Papers: Lord Lucan 'found' and Prince Andrew 'bewildered'
27 - Sex Education: 'I wish I knew sex could be fun growing up'
28 - Coronavirus: What does being in quarantine mean?
29 - What should you do if you break down on a smart motorway?
30 - Mavericks to mainstream: The long campaign for Brexit
31 - Why Trump's Middle East plan is so divisive
32 - Trump's Middle East peace plan: 'Deal of the century' is huge gamble
33 - Coronavirus: My wife must stay in Wuhan, says British man
34 - Gay body shaming pressure 'led to severe heart failure'
35 - Hound of Hounslow: Who is Navinder Sarao, the 'flash crash trader'?
36 - How worried should we be about 'Big Brother' technology?
37 - How Ella Eyre fought her way out of the pop wilderness
38 - Super Bowl 2020: The NFL Academy & its first students on new path to US game
39 - Trump's Middle East peace plan: Smiles and sorrow on the ground
40 - World Indoor Championships postponed because of coronavirus fears
41 - Man Utd agree deal to sign Fernandes from Sporting - subject to medical & personal terms
42 - Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier'
1 - Northern: Rail firm brought under government control

The government is to take control of the troubled train operator after two years of passenger chaos.

1/29/2020 4:33:11 PM

2 - Brexit: European Parliament overwhelmingly backs terms of UK's exit

MEPs overwhelmingly back the terms of the UK's exit after an emotional debate in Brussels.

1/29/2020 5:56:40 PM

3 - MEPs sing Auld Lang Syne to mark UK exit

The singing happened as Brexit withdrawal agreement was being ratified.

1/29/2020 6:12:44 PM

4 - Lungs 'magically' heal damage from smoking

The effect has even been seen in people who had smoked for 40 years.

1/29/2020 6:00:22 PM

5 - BBC News to close 450 posts as part of £80m savings drive

There will be cuts to Radio 5 Live and BBC Two’s Newsnight as part of an £80m savings drive.

1/29/2020 3:20:12 PM

6 - ITN's Alastair Stewart steps down after social media 'errors of judgement'

The broadcaster steps down from ITV News following "errors of judgment".

1/29/2020 6:21:05 PM

7 - Coronavirus: Britons on Wuhan flights to be quarantined

Those returning from the centre of the coronavirus outbreak could be taken to a UK military facility.

1/29/2020 8:15:47 PM

8 - Two UK deaths 'may be linked to vaping lung injury'

The cases are being investigated by the body that regulates e-cigarettes in the UK.

1/29/2020 5:04:03 PM

9 - Washing machine owners must re-check for fire risk

Three more models are added to the recall list of Hotpoint and Indesit machines that can cause fires.

1/29/2020 2:00:14 PM

10 - France to ban culling of unwanted male chicks by end of 2021

Billions of unwanted male chicks are killed by poultry and egg producers around the world every year.

1/29/2020 6:02:34 PM

11 - Car spotted with greenhouse on its roof in Heywood

The passenger in a car behind the driver in Greater Manchester filmed the precarious load.

1/29/2020 6:14:35 PM

12 - Scottish independence: MSPs back new referendum in Holyrood vote

The Scottish Parliament votes 64 to 54 to back Nicola Sturgeon's call for a new vote on independence.

1/29/2020 5:17:44 PM

13 - Errol Graham death: Nottingham man starved after benefits stopped

Errol Graham weighed four-and-a-half stone when bailiffs found his body in his council flat.

1/29/2020 11:39:02 AM

14 - Coronavirus: Passengers rush back to UK on British Airways' last flights

"I wanted to get the kids out," says one man on the last British Airways flights from China.

1/29/2020 7:58:12 PM

15 - Calvin Klein perfume 'big hit' with Banham Zoo's big cats

Keepers say that Calvin Klein perfume is particular hit with all the big cats at the zoo.

1/29/2020 5:29:58 PM

16 - Channel 4's First Dates to move to Manchester

The award-winning Channel 4 show will come from a new restaurant after seven years based in London.

1/29/2020 10:46:29 AM

17 - Coronavirus: British mum told to leave young son behind in Wuhan

Natalie Francis said she "had no words" when she found out she would have to leave her son behind.

1/29/2020 7:52:13 PM

18 - National Television Awards 2020: Red carpet in pictures

The biggest names in telly stepped out in force for the 25th NTAs.

1/28/2020 8:41:28 PM

19 - Rescued owl was 'too fat to fly', Suffolk sanctuary says

The owl probably overindulged during a mild spell that left it with lots of prey, bird experts say.

1/29/2020 12:26:27 PM

20 - Haunting image of trapped sea turtle wins underwater photo award

Shane Gross captured the haunting photo while diving near the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas.

1/28/2020 10:56:13 PM

21 - The courts where Kobe Bryant played growing up

Kyle Helton grew up with the late basketball legend and remembers his dedication on and off the court.

1/29/2020 1:15:30 AM

22 - The oak tree in Kew Gardens that taught the world a lesson

The remarkable Turner's Oak in Kew Gardens in London not only survived the Great Storm of 1987, but also changed the way that trees are cared for around the world.

1/29/2020 12:47:26 AM

23 - Brexit: 'The best now is for it to be done and finalised'

Beer boss Sarah John wants to know what's happening with Brexit, and for things to be "finalised".

1/28/2020 1:08:21 PM

24 - Australia fires: Firefighters dance on TikTok to 'raise spirits'

The videos from the front line of Australia’s bushfire crisis also have a serious purpose.

1/29/2020 12:07:05 AM

25 - How will the Huawei 5G deal affect me?

The UK has decided to let Huawei continue to be used in its 5G networks but with restrictions, despite pressure from the US to block the firm.

1/28/2020 11:00:43 PM

26 - The Papers: Lord Lucan 'found' and Prince Andrew 'bewildered'

The UK's decision to use Chinese firm Huawei also features heavily among Wednesday's front pages.

1/29/2020 5:54:01 AM

27 - Sex Education: 'I wish I knew sex could be fun growing up'

The cast of Sex Education tell us why they wish the show had existed years ago.

1/29/2020 12:53:45 AM

28 - Coronavirus: What does being in quarantine mean?

About 200 Britons returning from China will be isolated for two weeks in case of any coronavirus infections.

1/29/2020 7:56:42 PM

29 - What should you do if you break down on a smart motorway?

England has more than 400 miles of smart motorway but many drivers still have questions about them.

1/29/2020 12:43:49 AM

30 - Mavericks to mainstream: The long campaign for Brexit

The rise of Euroscepticism - a political creed for so long ignored or ridiculed by the Westminster establishment.

1/29/2020 11:52:43 AM

31 - Why Trump's Middle East plan is so divisive

The BBC's Jeremy Bowen explains why the proposal has been lauded by the Israelis, but shunned by the Palestinians.

1/29/2020 4:52:21 PM

32 - Trump's Middle East peace plan: 'Deal of the century' is huge gamble

The long-awaited US peace plan has delighted Israel, but for Palestinians it feels like surrender.

1/29/2020 1:19:29 AM

33 - Coronavirus: My wife must stay in Wuhan, says British man

A British man and his daughter are given a flight home, but there is no place for his Chinese wife.

1/29/2020 1:52:47 PM

34 - Gay body shaming pressure 'led to severe heart failure'

Some gay men are turning to tummy tucks and steroids to feel accepted in their community.

1/29/2020 12:06:07 AM

35 - Hound of Hounslow: Who is Navinder Sarao, the 'flash crash trader'?

A self-taught British trader has been sentenced for his role in a £1tn US stock market crash.

1/28/2020 9:23:26 PM

36 - How worried should we be about 'Big Brother' technology?

Why do we fear government surveillance, but voluntarily use technology which monitors our lives?

1/29/2020 12:05:12 AM

37 - How Ella Eyre fought her way out of the pop wilderness

"Nobody wins a game on their first move," says the star, as she launches a new phase of her career.

1/29/2020 1:00:19 AM

38 - Super Bowl 2020: The NFL Academy & its first students on new path to US game

The NFL opened a new academy in north London in September. Its 90 students are the first to step out on a new path towards the USA.

1/28/2020 12:00:17 AM

39 - Trump's Middle East peace plan: Smiles and sorrow on the ground

President Donald Trump calls the strategy a win-win opportunity for both sides - but is it?

1/28/2020 10:36:22 PM

40 - World Indoor Championships postponed because of coronavirus fears

The 2020 World Athletics Indoor Championships in Nanjing have been postponed because of fears over the spread of the coronavirus.

1/29/2020 7:27:42 PM

41 - Man Utd agree deal to sign Fernandes from Sporting - subject to medical & personal terms

Manchester United agree a deal to sign Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon.

1/29/2020 7:43:24 PM

42 - Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier'

Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find out why.

1/28/2020 5:00:03 AM









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