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1 - Boris Johnson warns Trump US must compromise to get UK trade deal
2 - British Airways strikes: Cancelled flights back on after 'email error'
3 - Police chief: Attackers of PCs 'must be jailed, no ifs no buts'
4 - Prince Andrew: I did not suspect Epstein's behaviour
5 - Amazon fires: Fines for environmental crimes drop under Bolsonaro
6 - Bangladesh 'to be tougher' on Rohingya refugees
7 - Tour Championship: Fans injured by lightning strike at PGA Tour finale
8 - Florida car-park killing: Gunman guilty as 'stand your ground' defence fails
9 - Southall murder: Man stabbed to death in west London
10 - Ashes 2019: Joe Root fights to keep England's Ashes hopes alive
11 - Leeds Festival: Girl dies in suspected drugs overdose
12 - Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal: Mohamed Salah scores twice for Reds
13 - Newspaper review: Boris Johnson talks to Donald Trump and 'threatens' EU
14 - Royal Family: From costs to carbon, how do they travel?
15 - Migrant workers 'exploited' in Japan
16 - The 'gravity bikers' risking death for thrills in Colombia.
17 - Amazon Fires: Why the rainforest helps fight climate change
18 - Aylesbury man finds 14th Century treasure in garage
19 - Tear gas used at Hong Kong protests
20 - Mystery 'Sorry James' A52 banners removed from bridge
21 - 'Staying awake all night helped treat my depression'
22 - BBC News Channel
23 - Climate change: Should you fly, drive or take the train?
24 - The new mobile phone scam delivering a problem
25 - Should all frontline police officers use Tasers?
26 - What is the G7 summit and what does it do?
27 - Sterns nightclub: The raves in the house on the hill
28 - 'This is very scary': Greenlanders on Trump wanting to buy their island
29 - Can Daniel Craig complete his biggest mission - modernising James Bond?
30 - High Street: Five ways UK shopping has changed
31 - Why so many US 'mass shooting' arrests suddenly?
32 - 'There is belief and excitement' - England can complete record chase & keep Ashes alive, says Denly
33 - Ashes: Joe Root & Joe Denly give England a chance against Australia
34 - Kovalev survives scare to stop Britain's Yarde in thriller
35 - England 57-15 Ireland: All 10 tries in two minutes as England run riot against Ireland
36 - England not ready to win World Cup despite thrashing Ireland, says Jones
37 - British Championships: Asher-Smith breaks Championship record
38 - EFL warns Bolton could face league expulsion over takeover delay
39 - Trans conversion therapy survivor: 'I wanted to be cured so asked to be electrocuted'
40 - Prince Andrew's links to Jeffrey Epstein
41 - The Cold War spy technology which we all use
42 - PPI: 'It was a jaw-dropping amount'
43 - ‘Men have always taken the glory': Why more women are becoming farmers
44 - Machen student teaches rugby to Peru's high-security prisoners
45 - The DMZ 'gardening job' that almost sparked a war
1 - Boris Johnson warns Trump US must compromise to get UK trade deal

Boris Johnson will meet US President Donald Trump at the G7 summit in France on Sunday.

8/24/2019 10:31:14 PM

2 - British Airways strikes: Cancelled flights back on after 'email error'

Passengers describe "chaos and confusion" as they are told to book new flights in an email sent by mistake.

8/24/2019 8:10:22 PM

3 - Police chief: Attackers of PCs 'must be jailed, no ifs no buts'

The head of police commissioners calls for harsher sentences for people who hurt police officers.

8/25/2019 12:06:15 AM

4 - Prince Andrew: I did not suspect Epstein's behaviour

The prince says he wants to "clarify the facts" around his friendship with the late disgraced financier.

8/24/2019 5:57:30 PM

5 - Amazon fires: Fines for environmental crimes drop under Bolsonaro

The government is accused of ignoring illegal deforestation and burning in the Amazon.

8/24/2019 6:21:40 PM

6 - Bangladesh 'to be tougher' on Rohingya refugees

Hundreds of thousands of people are in refugee camps after fleeing violence in Myanmar.

8/24/2019 6:11:35 PM

7 - Tour Championship: Fans injured by lightning strike at PGA Tour finale

Six people are injured as lightning strikes hit a tree at the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta.

8/25/2019 12:02:25 AM

8 - Florida car-park killing: Gunman guilty as 'stand your ground' defence fails

Michael Drejka had claimed self-defence when shooting an unarmed man in a parking dispute.

8/24/2019 4:10:56 PM

9 - Southall murder: Man stabbed to death in west London

A man is arrested on suspicion of murder and is in hospital being treated for minor injuries.

8/24/2019 10:05:53 PM

10 - Ashes 2019: Joe Root fights to keep England's Ashes hopes alive

England's batsmen show some much-needed fight on day three of the third Test, but Australia still look set to retain the Ashes at Headingley.

8/24/2019 7:07:50 PM

11 - Leeds Festival: Girl dies in suspected drugs overdose

A teenage boy has been arrested after the girl apparently took a "combination of drugs".

8/24/2019 1:14:56 PM

12 - Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal: Mohamed Salah scores twice for Reds

Mohamed Salah scores twice as Liverpool sweep Arsenal aside with a dominant performance to maintain their 100% start to the season.

8/24/2019 9:56:32 PM

13 - Newspaper review: Boris Johnson talks to Donald Trump and 'threatens' EU

Sunday's papers look ahead to Boris Johnson's meeting with the US and European Council presidents.

8/24/2019 11:32:39 PM

14 - Royal Family: From costs to carbon, how do they travel?

Amid controversy over private jets, some things you might not know about how the Royal Family gets about.

8/25/2019 12:10:55 AM

15 - Migrant workers 'exploited' in Japan

International brands accused of 'exploiting' workers in Japan

8/25/2019 12:09:56 AM

16 - The 'gravity bikers' risking death for thrills in Colombia.

Young men from poor neighbourhoods of Medellín, Colombia, risk their lives riding specially-adapted pushbikes down perilous mountain roads.

8/25/2019 12:12:24 AM

17 - Amazon Fires: Why the rainforest helps fight climate change

Fires in the Amazon rainforest have prompted concern around the world.

8/24/2019 12:02:53 PM

18 - Aylesbury man finds 14th Century treasure in garage

The 14th Century gold seal ring is going on sale with an estimate of up to £10,000.

8/24/2019 12:59:14 PM

19 - Tear gas used at Hong Kong protests

Police use tear gas and charge barricades as Hong Kong has another weekend of protests.

8/24/2019 12:04:02 PM

20 - Mystery 'Sorry James' A52 banners removed from bridge

The mystery signs appeared above the A52 in Derby over the past few days.

8/24/2019 10:18:20 AM

21 - 'Staying awake all night helped treat my depression'

Doctors in Italy say that sleep deprivation therapy can help some patients with bipolar disorder.

8/24/2019 12:29:54 AM

22 - BBC News Channel

Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.

6/24/2019 6:57:40 AM

23 - Climate change: Should you fly, drive or take the train?

How should you travel to reduce your carbon footprint?

8/24/2019 12:37:03 AM

24 - The new mobile phone scam delivering a problem

Why are fraudsters arranging for a brand new phone to unexpectedly be delivered to your door?

8/23/2019 9:57:46 PM

25 - Should all frontline police officers use Tasers?

There are calls for all officers in England and Wales to be issued with Tasers after attacks on police.

8/24/2019 12:46:38 AM

26 - What is the G7 summit and what does it do?

This weekend's meeting in France brings together the heads of the world's leading economies.

8/24/2019 12:26:44 AM

27 - Sterns nightclub: The raves in the house on the hill

How a mansion in Sussex became a magnet for rave culture.

8/24/2019 12:40:24 AM

28 - 'This is very scary': Greenlanders on Trump wanting to buy their island

"He's not even talking to Greenland - he's talking to Denmark about buying Greenland."

8/24/2019 12:41:25 AM

29 - Can Daniel Craig complete his biggest mission - modernising James Bond?

Producers say the new film "should reflect" shifting attitudes - so can Daniel Craig modernise Bond?

8/24/2019 12:41:52 AM

30 - High Street: Five ways UK shopping has changed

Many retailers have announced store closures and job losses.

8/23/2019 10:06:09 PM

31 - Why so many US 'mass shooting' arrests suddenly?

In the last three weeks, there have been 28 people arrested after threats of mass violence.

8/23/2019 9:39:48 PM

32 - 'There is belief and excitement' - England can complete record chase & keep Ashes alive, says Denly

England are "in with a real shout" of completing their highest fourth-innings chase and beating Australia to level the Ashes, says batsman Joe Denly.

8/24/2019 8:51:44 PM

33 - Ashes: Joe Root & Joe Denly give England a chance against Australia

Watch highlights as a 126-run partnership between Joe Root and Joe Denly leaves England 156-3 at the close of day three of the third Ashes Test, chasing 359 to beat Australia.

8/24/2019 8:01:35 PM

34 - Kovalev survives scare to stop Britain's Yarde in thriller

Russia's Sergey Kovalev comes through an eighth-round scare to defend his world title against Britain's Anthony Yarde.

8/24/2019 9:30:54 PM

35 - England 57-15 Ireland: All 10 tries in two minutes as England run riot against Ireland

Watch highlights as England produce a dominant performance and run in eight tries as they hammer Ireland 57-15 in the World Cup warm-up match at Twickenham.

8/24/2019 8:30:16 PM

36 - England not ready to win World Cup despite thrashing Ireland, says Jones

Coach Eddie Jones wars his England team that they are not ready to win the World Cup despite a record 57-15 win over Ireland.

8/24/2019 9:48:53 PM

37 - British Championships: Asher-Smith breaks Championship record

Dina Asher-Smith breaks her own British Championship record in the women's 100m with a run of 10.96 seconds.

8/24/2019 5:12:39 PM

38 - EFL warns Bolton could face league expulsion over takeover delay

Bolton Wanderers are given a deadline of Tuesday to complete the sale of the club or face expulsion from the English Football League.

8/24/2019 9:45:29 PM

39 - Trans conversion therapy survivor: 'I wanted to be cured so asked to be electrocuted'

As a teenage boy, Carolyn Mercer had electric shock therapy on the NHS in the hope she would be "cured".

8/23/2019 1:36:47 AM

40 - Prince Andrew's links to Jeffrey Epstein

The Duke of York has come under scrutiny for his connection to the late US financier. Here's what we know.

8/24/2019 2:43:25 PM

41 - The Cold War spy technology which we all use

Radio-frequency identification, famously used to bug the US embassy in Moscow, is a cheap way to track objects and data.

8/21/2019 12:21:38 AM

42 - PPI: 'It was a jaw-dropping amount'

The UK's biggest financial mis-selling scandal's led to £36bn in payouts. How has it affected us all?

8/22/2019 12:01:10 AM

43 - ‘Men have always taken the glory': Why more women are becoming farmers

A growing proportion of the UK's farmers are female - we meet some of the women joining the industry.

8/21/2019 8:16:27 AM

44 - Machen student teaches rugby to Peru's high-security prisoners

Jo Penrose has been teaching rugby to high-security prisoners in Peru during her summer break.

8/20/2019 12:16:52 PM

45 - The DMZ 'gardening job' that almost sparked a war

In 1976, North Koreans killed two US officers in the DMZ over a tree, sparking a huge military gardening operation.

8/21/2019 1:44:50 AM







 
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