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1 - May: MPs must 'work together' for Brexit
2 - Shoreham air crash trial: Pilot Andy Hill 'negligent'
3 - Kenya attack: 21 confirmed dead in DusitD2 hotel siege
4 - Kenya hotel attack: Luke Potter named as Briton killed
5 - Syria war: 'IS suicide bomber' kills US troops in Manbij
6 - Patient who objected to 'Asian doctor' silenced by receptionist
7 - Pregnant Meghan Markle laughs off 'fat lady' comment
8 - UK film age rating rules get stricter for scenes of sexual violence
9 - Lorry driver who dumped 100 tonnes of waste at school jailed
10 - Massive spinning ice disc forms in US river
11 - The 'perfect 10' gym routine with 60m views
12 - Inflation falls to lowest level in nearly two years
13 - Alfie Lamb death: Mother told crushed boy 'to be quiet'
14 - Calls to ban low-level letterboxes and adopt EU standard
15 - What happens next?
16 - No confidence motion: How did my MP vote?
17 - No confidence motion: Gove and Watson ahead of vote
18 - Alternative ways to break Brexit deadlock
19 - Brexit: Does Brussels blink?
20 - WTO rules: What happens if there's a no-deal Brexit?
21 - David Cameron: I don't regret calling referendum
22 - Brexit vote: European 'surprise' at scale of defeat
23 - How did your MP vote?
24 - Brexit vote: Donald Tusk hints UK should stay in EU
25 - Brexit: MPs vote 'no' to Theresa May's deal
26 - Pregnant MP reignites proxy voting debate
27 - What just happened?
28 - Brexit: Your simple guide to the UK leaving the EU
29 - Bauhaus: The radical architects exiled by Nazis
30 - Why would you want to live in Suffolk?
31 - The news you may have missed this week because of Brexit
32 - South Yorkshire Police applicants must photo tattoos
33 - Staffordshire Police e-fit 'looks like E.T.'
34 - Part of New York's old Tappan Zee Bridge demolished
35 - Nairobi hotel: Kenyans praise 'heroes' of DusitD2 siege
36 - More snow forecast as parts of Europe battle worst snowfall in decades
37 - The young student rewriting the rules on Arabic calligraphy
38 - South Asian women who led a strike in a British factory
39 - 'Ed Sheeran told me to live in Suffolk'
40 - BBC News Channel
41 - Nairobi hotel: 'How we survived DusitD2 siege'
42 - 'I want to stand up for every woman experiencing abuse'
43 - Kevin Mallory: The churchgoing patriot who spied for China
44 - US government shutdown: 'I can't get my meds because of Trump'
45 - How one heatwave killed 'a third' of a bat species in Australia
46 - Pawel Adamowicz: Murder on stage stuns a divided Poland
47 - Turkey: Could the US damage its economy?
48 - Smartwatches: Switzerland's friend or foe?
49 - No escape as 'snow day' becomes 'e-learning day'
50 - Migrant caravan: Hundreds of Hondurans set off on new trek
51 - We watch all our opponents train - Leeds boss Bielsa on 'spying' claims
52 - England in West Indies: Stuart Broad takes hat-trick in warm-up game
53 - FA Cup: Southampton v Derby - Martyn Waghorn equalises for visitors
54 - Fury deserves greater share of Wilder rematch purse - WBC
55 - Cyclist Varnish loses employment case against British Cycling and UK Sport
56 - FA Cup: Southampton v Derby - pundits on disallowed goal
57 - Jack Shepherd: Can a fugitive remain on the run forever?
58 - African migration 'a trickle' thanks to trafficking ban across the Sahara
59 - Prep: The battle to access 'game-changing' HIV drug
60 - Was this woman wrongly convicted of murder?
1 - May: MPs must 'work together' for Brexit

The prime minister calls on politicians to "put self-interest aside" and deliver on the referendum.

1/16/2019 10:31:23 PM

2 - Shoreham air crash trial: Pilot Andy Hill 'negligent'

Andy Hill's "negligence" led him to crash, causing a "massive fireball" which killed 11, a jury hears.

1/16/2019 5:39:17 PM

3 - Kenya attack: 21 confirmed dead in DusitD2 hotel siege

Gunmen killed 21 people during a harrowing 19-hour siege in Nairobi, President Kenyatta says.

1/16/2019 9:34:16 PM

4 - Kenya hotel attack: Luke Potter named as Briton killed

British charity worker Luke Potter is among at least 21 people killed during a siege in Nairobi.

1/16/2019 8:36:48 PM

5 - Syria war: 'IS suicide bomber' kills US troops in Manbij

Civilians also die in an apparent suicide bombing in the Kurdish-held northern town of Manbij.

1/16/2019 10:05:47 PM

6 - Patient who objected to 'Asian doctor' silenced by receptionist

A patient who did not want an appointment with an "Asian doctor" was put in their place by a receptionist.

1/16/2019 2:53:29 PM

7 - Pregnant Meghan Markle laughs off 'fat lady' comment

The pregnant duchess received an unexpected comment while on a visit to a charity in London.

1/16/2019 6:32:03 PM

8 - UK film age rating rules get stricter for scenes of sexual violence

Film ratings body the BBFC says under-15s will no longer be able to see scenes of sexual violence.

1/16/2019 2:57:55 PM

9 - Lorry driver who dumped 100 tonnes of waste at school jailed

Francis Heaton left rotting waste at a special school, which cost the institution £22,000 to clear.

1/16/2019 5:08:33 PM

10 - Massive spinning ice disc forms in US river

The natural phenomenon, which is in the Maine city of Westbrook, resembles the moon.

1/16/2019 5:04:19 PM

11 - The 'perfect 10' gym routine with 60m views

US college gymnast Katelyn Ohashi's floor routine became a viral hit and has had more than 60 million views in four days.

1/16/2019 7:14:46 PM

12 - Inflation falls to lowest level in nearly two years

UK inflation fell to 2.1% in December, pushed down by falling fuel prices.

1/16/2019 12:21:19 PM

13 - Alfie Lamb death: Mother told crushed boy 'to be quiet'

Alfie Lamb cried as he was deliberately crushed by his mother's boyfriend's car seat, a court hears.

1/16/2019 5:54:41 PM

14 - Calls to ban low-level letterboxes and adopt EU standard

A union is calling for a change in regulations to help stop postal workers straining their backs.

1/16/2019 2:13:27 PM

15 - What happens next?

Theresa May has won a no confidence vote in her government. But with her Brexit plan defeated, what now?

1/16/2019 7:16:36 PM

16 - No confidence motion: How did my MP vote?

Find out how your MP voted on Labour's vote of no confidence in the government.

1/16/2019 7:48:58 PM

17 - No confidence motion: Gove and Watson ahead of vote

The environment secretary and deputy Labour leader spoke ahead of the vote of no confidence.

1/16/2019 7:28:47 PM

18 - Alternative ways to break Brexit deadlock

Cancel Brexit, hand the decision to backbenchers or members of the public - or get the Queen involved?

1/16/2019 1:01:41 PM

19 - Brexit: Does Brussels blink?

How has Brussels dealt with political complications in the past?

1/16/2019 11:12:50 AM

20 - WTO rules: What happens if there's a no-deal Brexit?

Could the UK maintain an open border with Ireland if there is no deal, asks BBC News NI's John Campbell.

1/16/2019 1:53:09 PM

21 - David Cameron: I don't regret calling referendum

Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron says he backs Theresa May's efforts to secure a Brexit deal with the EU, but insists he does not regret calling the referendum.

1/16/2019 11:39:51 AM

22 - Brexit vote: European 'surprise' at scale of defeat

European media react with surprise to the scale of Theresa May's Commons defeat.

1/16/2019 12:16:43 PM

23 - How did your MP vote?

Find out how your MP voted on the prime minister's Brexit deal, to take the UK out of the European Union.

1/15/2019 8:54:10 PM

24 - Brexit vote: Donald Tusk hints UK should stay in EU

The European Council president sends a cryptic tweet after Theresa May's Brexit deal is rejected.

1/16/2019 1:02:12 PM

25 - Brexit: MPs vote 'no' to Theresa May's deal

The biggest ever government defeat in history sees Theresa May lose the vote by 432 to 202.

1/15/2019 9:17:21 PM

26 - Pregnant MP reignites proxy voting debate

Tulip Siddiq was due to have an elective Caesarean section, but delayed it so she could vote on Brexit.

1/15/2019 9:46:13 PM

27 - What just happened?

The UK prime minister's Brexit deal has been rejected by parliament. Let's break down what it means.

1/16/2019 12:05:47 AM

28 - Brexit: Your simple guide to the UK leaving the EU

Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide.

1/16/2019 8:54:57 PM

29 - Bauhaus: The radical architects exiled by Nazis

The Bauhaus's radical approach to building design can be seen around the world.

1/16/2019 12:36:49 AM

30 - Why would you want to live in Suffolk?

As actor Kit Harrington embraces the county, what home-grown delights await him?

1/16/2019 4:07:48 PM

31 - The news you may have missed this week because of Brexit

If you're fed up of hearing about Brexit, check out these stories.

1/16/2019 5:52:19 PM

32 - South Yorkshire Police applicants must photo tattoos

The force said people applying for a job must send photos of their tattoos with their applications.

1/16/2019 6:22:42 PM

33 - Staffordshire Police e-fit 'looks like E.T.'

Social media users say the image of a wanted woman resembles Stephen Spielberg's 1982 movie creation.

1/16/2019 4:44:05 PM

34 - Part of New York's old Tappan Zee Bridge demolished

The Tappan Zee Bridge, which spans the Hudson River, has been replaced by a new one.

1/16/2019 12:03:43 AM

35 - Nairobi hotel: Kenyans praise 'heroes' of DusitD2 siege

Photos showing acts of bravery and kindness have been shared alongside the hashtag #WeShallOvercome.

1/16/2019 1:38:54 PM

36 - More snow forecast as parts of Europe battle worst snowfall in decades

Northerly winds have caused conditions which have trapped people in some villages.

1/15/2019 4:44:16 PM

37 - The young student rewriting the rules on Arabic calligraphy

Calligrapher Yasmin, 20, says one of the oldest art forms in the world is also the most fragile.

1/16/2019 12:14:48 AM

38 - South Asian women who led a strike in a British factory

South Asian women workers led a strike against poor working conditions in a British factory in 1976. At its height 20,000 people joined the protests outside the Grunwick factory.

1/16/2019 12:53:51 AM

39 - 'Ed Sheeran told me to live in Suffolk'

Kit Harington said he took advice from the singer on where he should settle.

1/15/2019 5:24:09 PM

40 - BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments

12/18/2018 7:04:10 AM

41 - Nairobi hotel: 'How we survived DusitD2 siege'

People who escaped an al-Shabab attack on an upmarket Kenyan hotel share their stories.

1/16/2019 5:30:38 PM

42 - 'I want to stand up for every woman experiencing abuse'

Model Judith Heard hopes her story of sexual abuse will prompt other women to tell their stories - and to support one another.

1/16/2019 1:22:22 AM

43 - Kevin Mallory: The churchgoing patriot who spied for China

He appeared to lead a typical suburban life - but he was secretly involved in international espionage.

1/15/2019 11:18:43 PM

44 - US government shutdown: 'I can't get my meds because of Trump'

Jazz Sexton works for the IRS and because of the government shutdown, isn't able to get her medication.

1/16/2019 12:25:58 PM

45 - How one heatwave killed 'a third' of a bat species in Australia

Two months ago, a record-breaking heatwave devastated Australia's population of spectacled flying foxes.

1/15/2019 10:22:12 PM

46 - Pawel Adamowicz: Murder on stage stuns a divided Poland

Poles are taking a hard look at their divisive politics after the public murder of a popular mayor.

1/16/2019 1:26:53 AM

47 - Turkey: Could the US damage its economy?

Is Turkey at the mercy of the US economically as President Trump claims?

1/16/2019 1:28:53 AM

48 - Smartwatches: Switzerland's friend or foe?

The Swiss watch industry faced a near-death experience from quartz products. Is the smartwatch a similar threat?

1/16/2019 12:14:37 AM

49 - No escape as 'snow day' becomes 'e-learning day'

Winter weather at least meant a day off school. But now technology is threatening to keep pupils studying.

1/16/2019 12:15:39 AM

50 - Migrant caravan: Hundreds of Hondurans set off on new trek

Migrants share their reasons for leaving Honduras as hundreds begin their trek towards the US.

1/15/2019 4:51:15 PM

51 - We watch all our opponents train - Leeds boss Bielsa on 'spying' claims

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa says he has sent a member of staff to watch every team the Whites have played this season train.

1/16/2019 6:32:42 PM

52 - England in West Indies: Stuart Broad takes hat-trick in warm-up game

Stuart Broad takes a hat-trick - and four wickets in five balls - as England claim 19 wickets on the final day of their opening warm-up game in the West Indies.

1/16/2019 10:17:50 PM

53 - FA Cup: Southampton v Derby - Martyn Waghorn equalises for visitors

Martyn Waghorn equalises for Derby County as they come back from 2-0 down in their FA Cup third-round replay against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.

1/16/2019 9:57:36 PM

54 - Fury deserves greater share of Wilder rematch purse - WBC

The WBC says Tyson Fury is entitled to a greater share of the purse for his rematch against heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.

1/16/2019 6:33:14 PM

55 - Cyclist Varnish loses employment case against British Cycling and UK Sport

Ex-GB cyclist Jess Varnish fails in her attempt to prove she was an employee of British Cycling and UK Sport at an employment tribunal.

1/16/2019 9:12:36 PM

56 - FA Cup: Southampton v Derby - pundits on disallowed goal

Match of the Day pundits discuss the VAR decision to disallow a Derby goal against Southampton in the FA Cup third-round replay.

1/16/2019 9:06:10 PM

57 - Jack Shepherd: Can a fugitive remain on the run forever?

Jack Shepherd has been on the run for six months - what does an international manhunt involve?

1/12/2019 12:24:05 AM

58 - African migration 'a trickle' thanks to trafficking ban across the Sahara

Despite a clampdown on migration through the desert many are still prepared to make the deadly journey.

1/11/2019 1:13:32 AM

59 - Prep: The battle to access 'game-changing' HIV drug

Many at high risk have struggled to get hold of Prep, which can help prevent people from contracting HIV.

1/11/2019 11:26:03 AM

60 - Was this woman wrongly convicted of murder?

Why did Emma-Jayne Magson stab the man she loved - and should she have been convicted of murder?

1/10/2019 12:16:22 AM









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