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2:11 pm (28 minutes ago)
Birmingham's children's services will be run by a trust after failings which saw the department named "a national disgrace".
1:36 pm (an hour ago)
New satellite imagery appears to reveal extensive damage to a major airbase in Syria used by Russia after an attack by Islamic State militants.
2:26 pm (12 minutes ago)
Burt Kwouk, who was best known for playing Inspector Clouseau's manservant Cato in the Pink Panther films, dies aged 85.
1:39 pm (59 minutes ago)
A mother, who has lived in Australia most of her life, fears ending up on the streets if she is deported to the UK after her release from prison.
12:16 pm (2 hours ago)
A 30-year-old man admits trying to stab four people in an unprovoked attack at a London Tube station.
2:02 pm (37 minutes ago)
Tunisian officials urge the UK to relax its warning against all but essential travel to the country, in place after last year's terror attacks.
1:06 pm (an hour ago)
French finance officials raid the Paris offices of US internet giant Google as part of a €1.6bn tax fraud investigation.
2:01 pm (37 minutes ago)
Andy Murray finally battles past 37-year-old qualifier Radek Stepanek to avoid a shock first-round French Open defeat.
1:23 pm (an hour ago)
Tony Blair calls for a "proper ground war" against so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria - and admits he "underestimated" post-war planning in Iraq.
2:09 pm (30 minutes ago)
The UK government is investigating claims that British-made cluster bombs have been used in the conflict in Yemen.
1:52 pm (46 minutes ago)
British expats are "desperately disappointed" after losing their Supreme Court battle for the right to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June.
2:02 pm (37 minutes ago)
Maintenance workers on the London Underground vote in favour of strike action in a dispute over pay linked to the Night Tube service.
10:57 am (4 hours ago)
A strategically significant Syrian airbase, used by Russia, appears to have been almost completely destroyed - according to new satellite imagery exclusively seen by the BBC. Stratfor analyst Sim Tack explains.
9:55 am (5 hours ago)
Wu Pinggui talks to the BBC after having an operation to transplant a pig's cornea into his eye.
12:03 am (15 hours ago)
UCL Student Barney Harris explains how they have re-created the method by which the giant stones of Stonehenge may have been transported.
2:46 am (12 hours ago)
Darren Soh, a landscape photographer, creates a composite image that captures the beauty of Singapore's lightning storms.
7:52 am (7 hours ago)
US President Barack Obama sets out his plan for a stronger relationship with Vietnam, a day after lifting a ban on arms sales.
12:22 am (14 hours ago)
Activists are getting tattoos to highlight the rising level of carbon dioxide in the world's atmosphere.
8:12 am (6 hours ago)
As The Selfish Gene notches up 40 years in print, Richard Dawkins discusses its legacy, the "resuscitation" of software he wrote in the 1980s - and giving up Twitter.
Yesterday, 1:06 pm
Iraqi pro-government forces are marching to Falluja to attempt to seize the city back from IS, but what kind of challenge can they expect from the jihadists?
9:07 am (6 hours ago)
A London-based company says a self-imposed tax could solve the gender pay gap.
Yesterday, 11:24 am
With yet more conflicting advice about what makes for a healthy diet, here's what government advisors say we should be eating.
1:41 pm (58 minutes ago)
A spoof series of four books called Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, which reimagines the Famous Five as adults, is being published.
11:44 am (3 hours ago)
Donald Trump and Boris Johnson are pictured in a passionate embrace in a large artwork painted onto a building in Bristol.
8:44 am (6 hours ago)
Jose Mourinho's representatives will meet Manchester United officials on Tuesday as the Portuguese moves closer to becoming the club's next manager.
2:30 pm (8 minutes ago)
Rangers announce the signing of former Burnley midfielder Joey Barton on a two-year contract.
12:56 pm (an hour ago)
Sweden international striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic could become Jose Mourinho's first signing as Manchester United manager.
1:02 pm (an hour ago)
Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi has been ruled out of England's three-Test summer tour of Australia with a hamstring injury.
11:45 am (3 hours ago)
The Bank of England governor robustly defends his stance on the UK's EU referendum debate and accuses one of his critics of trying to "undermine" the Bank's remit.
12:01 pm (3 hours ago)
Approval for fracking in North Yorkshire raises the prospect of the controversial technique being allowed at other sites and restarts an intense debate.
12:03 pm (3 hours ago)
David Cameron claims family holidays in Europe could be £230 more expensive outside the EU - and insists his party can reunite after the referendum.
7:54 am (7 hours ago)
The government refuses to give details of documents being held back from ministers backing an EU exit, saying that to do so could "undermine" the civil service.
7:42 am (7 hours ago)
Anti-malarial drug Lariam, which can cause severe side-effects, should be the "drug of last resort" for UK troops, MPs on the defence committee say.
Yesterday 4:25 pm (22 hours ago)
The spread of Zika is the price being paid for a massive policy failure on mosquito control, says World Health Organization leader Margaret Chan.
Yesterday 6:07 pm (21 hours ago)
An emergency fund to provide education during conflicts and natural disasters is launched at the World Humanitarian Summit.
9:43 am (5 hours ago)
Youngsters at three schools in Edinburgh closed over safety fears return to their own classrooms.
11:00 am (4 hours ago)
Facebook has announced changes to the way it runs its Trending Topics feed, following an internal investigation.
12:05 pm (3 hours ago)
World-of-Warcraft-maker Blizzard releases its first original gaming franchise in nearly two decades, and hopes it will resonate with e-sports competitors.
1:10 pm (an hour ago)
US biochemical engineer Frances Arnold takes the million-euro Millennium Technology Prize for pioneering 'directed evolution'.
1:22 am (13 hours ago)
The ban on GM crops by European countries should be reassessed, the president of UK science body the Royal Society has said.
11:59 am (3 hours ago)
Paul Gambaccini will replace Tony Blackburn on Radio 2's Pick of the Pops as part of new schedule changes.
8:09 am (6 hours ago)
Sir Paul McCartney talks candidly about the depression he suffered after The Beatles broke up, and says he turned to alcohol to escape.
Yesterday, 12:18 am
For years doctors in the US made little attempt to save the lives of premature babies, but there was one place distressed parents could turn for help - a sideshow on Coney Island.
Sunday, May 22nd, 12:05 am
How the cornflower has become the centre of a political controversy in Austria.
12:10 am (14 hours ago)
From Twiggy to Alexa - Marks & Spencer's battle to be a High Street trendsetter
Yesterday 8:34 pm (18 hours ago)
Colourful creations from the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show
12:05 am (15 hours ago)
What led to the sinking of a migrant boat off Libya, drowning up to 700 people
1:08 pm (an hour ago)
British holidaymakers explain why they are still visiting Tunisia
Yesterday 10:10 pm (16 hours ago)
The US veterans who went back to start a new life
12:05 am (15 hours ago)
Is there any truth in the stereotype?
6:23 am (8 hours ago)
Six things about the $6 meal in Vietnam
Yesterday 10:08 pm (17 hours ago)
Why a light display in Hong Kong was cancelled
12:26 am (14 hours ago)
Why is Bulgaria banning clothing almost none of its Muslims wear?

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