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Yesterday 10:10 pm (3 hours ago)
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn writes to his MPs saying he cannot back UK air strikes in Syria - prompting a warning of shadow cabinet resignations.
Yesterday 5:51 pm (7 hours ago)
David Cameron puts the case for air strikes against IS in Syria - with Jeremy Corbyn at odds with half his shadow cabinet on the issue.
Yesterday 10:42 pm (2 hours ago)
Russia's President Vladimir Putin rejects as "impossible" Turkey's claims it did not know the fighter jet it shot down was Russian.
Yesterday 11:52 pm (an hour ago)
Police are treating a gun attack on officers in a parked car in west Belfast as attempted murder.
Yesterday 5:25 pm (8 hours ago)
The number of vehicles without road tax - Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) - doubled to 560,000 after the paper tax disc was abolished in October 2014.
Yesterday 11:30 pm (an hour ago)
IAAF president Lord Coe ends his 38-year ambassadorial role with American sportswear giant Nike.
Yesterday 4:26 pm (9 hours ago)
"Very significant" government spending cuts will be imposed before the next general election, the Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank warns.
12:03 am (54 minutes ago)
Jack Garratt wins the Brits Critics' Choice prize, awarded to music newcomers due to release their first album in the coming year.
Yesterday 4:15 pm (9 hours ago)
The BBC Trust formally approves proposals to move BBC Three online only from February, on the condition that programmes will be shown on BBC One and Two.
Yesterday 6:24 pm (7 hours ago)
Amnesty International expresses alarm at reports that Saudi Arabia plans to execute more than 50 people - including Ali al-Nimr - in a single day.
Yesterday 6:22 pm (7 hours ago)
A man who drowned his nine-year-old grandson in the bath is jailed for life for the boy's murder.
Yesterday 7:49 pm (5 hours ago)
The mandatory coin toss is to be scrapped in both divisions of the County Championship next season.
Yesterday 10:56 pm (2 hours ago)
A friend of one of the main suspects still being hunted by police after the Paris attacks has said Salah Abdeslam phoned people in Brussels following the attacks and asked them to drive to get him.
Yesterday 1:01 am (24 hours ago)
The BBC speaks to Sonita Alizadeh, who started rapping after she was nearly sold as a bride by her family.
Yesterday 7:18 pm (6 hours ago)
Students angry that former TV Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins was speaking at a Brunel University debate have walked out in protest.
Yesterday 11:27 pm (an hour ago)
The Danish Girl, a film about a transgender pioneer, is the movie no-one would fund as the topic was not seen to be commercially viable.
Yesterday 4:13 pm (9 hours ago)
A newborn baby has been called ''a miracle child'' after being found in the nativity manger of the Holy Child Jesus Church in Queens, New York.
Yesterday 5:40 pm (7 hours ago)
Brothers Andy and Jamie Murray tackle questions from sporting celebrities before the Davis Cup final against Belgium.
Yesterday 11:31 am (13 hours ago)
A man who was filming on his phone while driving past a bushfire says he is lucky to be alive, after the flames engulfed his car.
Yesterday 10:24 am (15 hours ago)
Citizen journalists are the main - and often only - source of information about life in a city controlled by the so-called Islamic State.
Yesterday 11:51 pm (an hour ago)
Labour's internal "war" over whether to support air strikes in Syria features on several front pages, while other papers focus on record migration figures.
Yesterday 5:36 pm (7 hours ago)
As Brussels gets back to normal, after a four-day lockdown, a sense of uncertainty and discontent lingers, says Chris Morris.
Yesterday 2:04 am (23 hours ago)
The Oldham West and Royton by-election will be the first major test of public opinion for new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, says Mark Mardell.
Yesterday, 12:00 am
Our tax affairs will be organised digitally in the future, Chancellor George Osborne says, but it does not mean it is getting any simpler. So what are the changes?
Yesterday 8:24 am (17 hours ago)
Launched in 2012, the Raspberry Pi has become Britain's most successful homegrown computer. Now it's getting smaller and cheaper.
Yesterday 2:04 pm (11 hours ago)
Adele is to embark on a UK and European arena tour next year - her first tour for five years.
Yesterday 10:08 am (15 hours ago)
Huge pillow fights among US cadets to mark the end of summer training at the prestigious West Point military academy are to be banned.
Yesterday 9:54 pm (3 hours ago)
Great Britain hope Kyle Edmund can spring a surprise in Belgium and set the visitors up for a first Davis Cup victory since 1936.
Yesterday 9:54 pm (3 hours ago)
Celtic are eliminated from the Europa League after losing to Ajax, while group leaders Molde go down to Fenerbahce.
Yesterday 10:13 pm (3 hours ago)
Liverpool reach the Europa League's last 32 with one game to spare after coming from behind to beat Bordeaux.
Yesterday 7:40 pm (5 hours ago)
Sam Billings' thrilling half-century leads England to a 14-run win over Pakistan in the first Twenty20 international in Dubai.
12:03 am (54 minutes ago)
UK retailers are embarking on the Black Friday shopping phenomenon, with analysts predicting record online sales.
Yesterday 11:57 am (13 hours ago)
Banking giant Barclays has been fined £72m for failing to conduct proper checks on very rich clients because it did not want to inconvenience them.
Yesterday 9:39 pm (3 hours ago)
A selection of clips from the House of Commons where MPs debated David Cameron's case for air strikes against so-called Islamic State in Syria.
Yesterday 5:14 pm (8 hours ago)
Annual net migration to the UK reaches a record 336,000, with 294,000 people arriving in the UK for work, figures show.
Yesterday 2:41 pm (10 hours ago)
One in 10 children was obese at the start of primary school in England last year but one in five was obese by the end, according to new figures.
Wednesday, 4:38 pm
The government has agreed to talks at Acas in the junior doctors' dispute - but the strikes have not been called off.
Yesterday 2:47 pm (10 hours ago)
The government has set out draft plans to regulate madrassas.
Yesterday 3:21 pm (10 hours ago)
Nurseries say they will struggle to meet the 30-hour free childcare pledge for pre-school children.
Yesterday 2:09 pm (11 hours ago)
A convicted Czech software pirate agrees to make an anti-piracy film in order to avoid being sued by the firms whose software he pirated.
Yesterday 1:42 pm (11 hours ago)
Much press attention has been devoted to a Facebook quiz which asked for large swathes of data in return for a word cloud of your most used words, but do we really need to worry?
12:35 am (22 minutes ago)
A public opinion survey suggests that support for strong action on climate change has declined since 2009.
Yesterday 4:37 pm (8 hours ago)
Scientists use ultrasound to scan the blood vessels of an entire rat brain in microscopic 3D detail, pioneering a technique they say will improve cancer and stroke diagnosis.
Yesterday 11:27 am (14 hours ago)
Actor Zach Galligan says the new Gremlins movie in development will not be a reboot or a remake and that he has a "decent chance" of reprising his role from the first two films.
Yesterday 9:40 am (15 hours ago)
Three of US DJ Casey Kasem's children and his brother sue the late star's widow for wrongful death in the latest move in a bitter family feud.
Wednesday, 9:19 am
The history of terrorism has much to teach about what drives the current wave of radicals.
Wednesday, 1:37 am
When Holly Brockwell spoke to the BBC about her decision not to have children, the abuse she received was so extreme she deactivated her Twitter account.
Yesterday 4:34 am (20 hours ago)
The V&A marks the bicentenary of Julia Margaret Cameron's birth
Yesterday 8:26 am (17 hours ago)
The work of91-year-old artist Monir Farmanfarmaian
Yesterday 3:51 pm (9 hours ago)
11 key questions on what the UK should do about Syria
Yesterday 1:48 pm (11 hours ago)
What exactly is the Little Red Book?
Yesterday 10:18 am (15 hours ago)
Why does the UK have so many whiplash cases?
Yesterday 1:48 am (23 hours ago)
The country where people are exhumed after three years
Yesterday 1:38 am (23 hours ago)
Is this the subject with the most baffling jargon?
Yesterday 6:17 am (19 hours ago)
Why young professionals are moving from London to Accra
Yesterday 1:46 am (23 hours ago)
'I went blind after neglecting my diabetes'
Wednesday, 6:22 pm
Great Britain's run to 1978 Davis Cup final was far from dull

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