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1 - Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK
2 - Migrant families separation poster girl 'not taken from mum'
3 - High Court refuses bid for gender-neutral passports
4 - House of Fraser store closure plan backed
5 - Church of England 'needs to review' abuse inquiry in seven dioceses
6 - Love Island's Hayley quizzes BBC reporter on Brexit
7 - Windrush anniversary celebrated at Westminster Abbey
8 - Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Stephanie Beatriz: 'I'm bi till the day I die'
9 - 'I wanted to know why my brain works differently'
10 - James Corden tears up at Paul McCartney's carpool karaoke
11 - Speeding driver clocked at 132mph near Bedford
12 - St Paul's Girls' School 'Austerity Day' criticised
13 - Melania Trump jacket: Five things 'I don't care' could mean
14 - Basil Brush turns 50 - Boom Boom
15 - People mark 'Take Your Dog To Work Day' with pictures of busy pups
16 - Quiz: What record has The Greatest Showman broken?
17 - Kim Kardashian defends wearing hair in braids: 'I'm not tone deaf'
18 - ‘How a bus saved my life’: Life as a widow in Pakistan
19 - Son surprises mum with sacrificed car after 12 years
20 - Sophie Gradon: Friend says 'Love Island needs to offer more aftercare'
21 - How to manage your hay fever this summer
22 - The story of Rashan Charles and the police
23 - What are tariffs and how do they affect us?
24 - Femicide in South Africa: Three women killed every day
25 - First soldier to receive VC from Queen Elizabeth II dies
26 - Turkey election: 'We’ll vote wherever they take our ballot boxes'
27 - Ardern and Bhutto: Two different pregnancies in power
28 - BBC News Channel
29 - Dorothea Lange: Piercing portraits from US history
30 - The UK's rapid return to city centre living
31 - Mayo and Whiley: How long does a radio show take to settle in?
32 - Are Instagram stars facing a brand backlash?
33 - Great Exhibition of the North artists on 'freedom, cheap rent and community'
34 - The Indian women lighting the way for change
35 - 'Refusing my guide dog is not just illegal, it's wrong'
36 - World Cup 2018: England's Dele Alli likely to miss Panama match
37 - Lewis Hamilton tops French GP practice as Sergio Perez loses wheel
38 - World Cup 2018: Brazil's Neymar denied VAR penalty against Costa Rica
39 - Eastbourne: Andy Murray takes wildcard at Nature Valley International
40 - World Cup 2018: Nigeria v Iceland - rate the players
41 - Queen's 2018: Nick Kyrgios' bizarre failure to return serve against Feliciano Lopez
42 - World Cup: England boss Gareth Southgate says media must choose whether to help
43 - World Cup 2018: Philippe Coutinho & Neymar late goals hand Brazil win
44 - World Cup: England's Raheem Sterling says criticism of lifestyle is no concern
45 - Argentina: World Cup squad is the 'worst in their history' says Ossie Ardiles
46 - World Cup: Binocular booze smuggling gets Colombian sacked
47 - Catch-up: Magic Modric & Caballero's clanger
48 - World Cup 2018: England v Panama - select your England team
49 - World Cup 2018: Germany walking a tightrope - Cesc Fabregas column
50 - World Cup 2018: What's wrong with Neymar?
51 - Windrush generation: Three stories
52 - What was life like for first-generation Windrush migrants?
53 - 'We built our homes out of 'no blacks' signs'
54 - Windrush: Coronation Street's Rhea Bailey explores family history
55 - Windrush 70: The serviceman reunited with his future bride
56 - Windrush: Who exactly was on board?
57 - Going underground: The Windrush arrivals' subterranean dormitories
1 - Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK

The European planemaker says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider its investments in the UK.

6/22/2018 3:21:03 PM

2 - Migrant families separation poster girl 'not taken from mum'

The two-year-old and her mother were kept together in a Texas border town, says the father.

6/22/2018 4:48:43 PM

3 - High Court refuses bid for gender-neutral passports

A campaigner who called for the right to a gender-neutral passport has lost a High Court challenge

6/22/2018 3:00:04 PM

4 - House of Fraser store closure plan backed

Creditors approve the retailer's rescue plan, which will close 31 stores and shed up to 6,000 jobs.

6/22/2018 2:59:39 PM

5 - Church of England 'needs to review' abuse inquiry in seven dioceses

An inquiry finds the Church of England's abuse investigation was "well-intentioned" but "flawed".

6/22/2018 4:17:51 PM

6 - Love Island's Hayley quizzes BBC reporter on Brexit

Love Island contestant Hayley Hughes quizzes a BBC reporter on Brexit and tests his knowledge on the programme that led her to fame.

6/22/2018 1:26:41 PM

7 - Windrush anniversary celebrated at Westminster Abbey

More than 2,000 people including families of the Windrush generation gathered at Westminster Abbey.

6/22/2018 4:23:47 PM

8 - Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Stephanie Beatriz: 'I'm bi till the day I die'

Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Stephanie Beatriz says she's "bi till the day I die", even if she's marrying a man.

6/22/2018 1:11:43 PM

9 - 'I wanted to know why my brain works differently'

When Becky Tyler was 10, she asked her mother why she has cerebral palsy.

6/22/2018 3:34:30 PM

10 - James Corden tears up at Paul McCartney's carpool karaoke

The Late Late Show's UK edition featured a trip to Liverpool to retrace the steps of the Fab Four.

6/22/2018 1:12:13 PM

11 - Speeding driver clocked at 132mph near Bedford

Police say it is a "miracle" the motorist did not kill himself or anyone before he was stopped.

6/22/2018 4:05:21 PM

12 - St Paul's Girls' School 'Austerity Day' criticised

Exclusive St Paul's Girls' School laid on baked potatoes and beans for its pupils at lunchtime.

6/22/2018 4:33:17 PM

13 - Melania Trump jacket: Five things 'I don't care' could mean

People are trying trying to decode the First Lady's message with her unusual anorak.

6/22/2018 12:17:36 PM

14 - Basil Brush turns 50 - Boom Boom

The veteran children's television character talks to Simon McCoy about the Royal family and the World Cup.

6/22/2018 2:17:30 PM

15 - People mark 'Take Your Dog To Work Day' with pictures of busy pups

There are dogs in offices, building sites and camps as people share their snaps on #TakeYourDogToWorkDay.

6/22/2018 4:04:34 PM

16 - Quiz: What record has The Greatest Showman broken?

It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?

6/22/2018 12:34:58 AM

17 - Kim Kardashian defends wearing hair in braids: 'I'm not tone deaf'

The reality TV star says she wore the style at an awards ceremony because her daughter asked her to.

6/22/2018 6:39:44 AM

18 - ‘How a bus saved my life’: Life as a widow in Pakistan

Asia, a widow in Pakistan, broke gender stereotypes by becoming female bus driver.

6/22/2018 12:09:44 AM

19 - Son surprises mum with sacrificed car after 12 years

A mum who sacrificed her car 12 years ago to help her struggling son gets a surprise replacement.

6/22/2018 1:02:13 PM

20 - Sophie Gradon: Friend says 'Love Island needs to offer more aftercare'

Malin Andersson - who was on the show with Sophie Gradon - says people don't see the downside to reality TV.

6/22/2018 8:05:22 AM

21 - How to manage your hay fever this summer

After a Met Office warning about unusually high pollen levels, here are some top tips for sufferers.

6/22/2018 12:09:51 AM

22 - The story of Rashan Charles and the police

How did the 20-year-old's death impact his community?

6/21/2018 6:53:40 PM

23 - What are tariffs and how do they affect us?

As a trade war becomes an increasing risk, how do governments use tariffs in international commerce?

6/22/2018 12:09:36 AM

24 - Femicide in South Africa: Three women killed every day

Three women are killed each day by their partners in South Africa.

6/22/2018 1:04:02 AM

25 - First soldier to receive VC from Queen Elizabeth II dies

Bill Speakman was 24 years old when he was given the Victoria Cross for valour during the Korean War.

6/21/2018 10:30:19 PM

26 - Turkey election: 'We’ll vote wherever they take our ballot boxes'

Turkey's president seeks re-election on 24 June and Kurdish voters may play an important part in determining his future.

6/22/2018 12:06:47 AM

27 - Ardern and Bhutto: Two different pregnancies in power

Jacinda Ardern and the late Benazir Bhutto are the only leaders to have given birth in office.

6/21/2018 7:54:53 PM

28 - BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments

6/6/2018 5:05:19 PM

29 - Dorothea Lange: Piercing portraits from US history

An exhibition marks the first UK survey of one of the most influential photographers of the 20th Century.

6/22/2018 9:34:11 AM

30 - The UK's rapid return to city centre living

How city centres once abandoned by residents became the UK's most desirable areas to live.

6/22/2018 12:21:24 AM

31 - Mayo and Whiley: How long does a radio show take to settle in?

Some listeners aren't happy with changes to Radio 2 Drivetime with Jo Whiley and Simon Mayo.

6/22/2018 11:12:48 AM

32 - Are Instagram stars facing a brand backlash?

Unilever has taken a stand against 'influencers' who buy social media followers to game the system.

6/22/2018 12:11:14 AM

33 - Great Exhibition of the North artists on 'freedom, cheap rent and community'

The Great Exhibition of the North, billed as "the country's biggest event in 2018", opens on Friday.

6/22/2018 1:29:31 AM

34 - The Indian women lighting the way for change

In India's desert state of Rajasthan, rural women are training as solar entrepreneurs, to bring power to those living off grid.

6/22/2018 12:17:24 AM

35 - 'Refusing my guide dog is not just illegal, it's wrong'

Taxi drivers are not allowed to say no to guide dogs, but that doesn't stop them.

6/22/2018 12:00:59 AM

36 - World Cup 2018: England's Dele Alli likely to miss Panama match

Dele Alli is still not training and is likely to miss England's second World Cup group game against Panama on Sunday.

6/22/2018 1:48:05 PM

37 - Lewis Hamilton tops French GP practice as Sergio Perez loses wheel

Lewis Hamilton fastest in second practice for the French Grand Prix, as Sergio Perez loses a wheel at high speed.

6/22/2018 4:31:44 PM

38 - World Cup 2018: Brazil's Neymar denied VAR penalty against Costa Rica

Brazil forward Neymar is denied a penalty following a VAR review against Costa Rica in Group E at the 2018 World Cup.

6/22/2018 2:55:18 PM

39 - Eastbourne: Andy Murray takes wildcard at Nature Valley International

Britain's Andy Murray takes a wildcard into Eastbourne as he continues his comeback after almost a year out with a hip injury.

6/22/2018 4:31:01 PM

40 - World Cup 2018: Nigeria v Iceland - rate the players

Give your player ratings out of 10 for Nigeria and Iceland in the World Cup group match.

6/22/2018 4:29:10 PM

41 - Queen's 2018: Nick Kyrgios' bizarre failure to return serve against Feliciano Lopez

Nick Kyrgios appears to make no attempt to return a serve from Feliciano Lopez during their quarter-final at Queen's

6/22/2018 3:26:02 PM

42 - World Cup: England boss Gareth Southgate says media must choose whether to help

The media must decide if they want to "help the team or not", says England boss Gareth Southgate, after pictures of training notes are published online.

6/22/2018 3:06:35 PM

43 - World Cup 2018: Philippe Coutinho & Neymar late goals hand Brazil win

Philippe Coutinho and Neymar bail Brazil out with stoppage-time strikes against Costa Rica following another uninspiring display at the 2018 World Cup.

6/22/2018 3:50:37 PM

44 - World Cup: England's Raheem Sterling says criticism of lifestyle is no concern

England winger Raheem Sterling says he no longer worries about the media "picking on him" because of his "bling" lifestyle.

6/22/2018 12:15:46 PM

45 - Argentina: World Cup squad is the 'worst in their history' says Ossie Ardiles

Argentina's World Cup squad is the "worst in their history" and not even "the best player in the world" can make them competitive, says Ossie Ardiles.

6/22/2018 12:04:43 PM

46 - World Cup: Binocular booze smuggling gets Colombian sacked

Colombian airline Avianca fires a man for smuggling alcohol in binoculars into a World Cup match.

6/22/2018 2:44:29 AM

47 - Catch-up: Magic Modric & Caballero's clanger

Watch all the best action and funnies from day eight of the World Cup as Croatia crush Argentina and France send Peru home.

6/22/2018 12:44:32 AM

48 - World Cup 2018: England v Panama - select your England team

Who should start for England in Sunday's World Cup match against Panama? Pick your XI with the BBC squad selector.

6/21/2018 5:13:42 PM

49 - World Cup 2018: Germany walking a tightrope - Cesc Fabregas column

Spain’s World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas on the pressure you face after losing your opening game, and why the big names have not shone in Russia so far - even Cristiano Ronaldo.

6/22/2018 7:00:47 AM

50 - World Cup 2018: What's wrong with Neymar?

The Brazilian player's fans explain why he's been off his game so far at the World Cup.

6/22/2018 12:02:29 AM

51 - Windrush generation: Three stories

Three people tell their stories about coming to the UK on the Windrush.

6/22/2018 12:31:39 AM

52 - What was life like for first-generation Windrush migrants?

A first-generation Windrush migrant describes his journey from Jamaica to the UK in 1948.

5/2/2018 3:35:15 PM

53 - 'We built our homes out of 'no blacks' signs'

Two generations of Windrush children describe how they feel following the fallout from the Windrush scandal.

4/25/2018 1:05:44 AM

54 - Windrush: Coronation Street's Rhea Bailey explores family history

Rhea Bailey, who played Caz in Coronation Street, finds out more about her family's Windrush history.

6/22/2018 12:42:35 AM

55 - Windrush 70: The serviceman reunited with his future bride

How a World War Two soldier returned to England on the Windrush and was reunited with the love of his life.

6/22/2018 12:37:01 AM

56 - Windrush: Who exactly was on board?

The Empire Windrush ship arrived in England on 21 June 1948 carrying hundreds of passengers from the Caribbean, among others. What do we know about them?

4/27/2018 1:34:40 AM

57 - Going underground: The Windrush arrivals' subterranean dormitories

Migrants from the Caribbean were temporarily housed in underground tunnels. Now the public can visit them too.

6/21/2018 1:46:04 AM







 
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