1. Coronavirus: Outbreak spreads in Europe from Italy

    Cases have emerged in several countries involving travellers from Italy, but borders remain open.
  2. Coronavirus: Britons returning from northern Italy told to self-isolate

    Several schools send pupils and staff home after they return from skiing trips in the country.
  3. Sickest patients 'facing hours stuck on trolleys'

    BBC analysis shows a surge in hospital delays as experts warn 'little in tank' to cope with coronavirus.
  4. Homelessness: Councils record 28,000 on the streets over a year

    Five times as many rough sleepers were seen in a year than reported in the official one-night snapshot.
  5. Singer Duffy 'drugged, raped and held captive'

    The Grammy and Brit award-winning singer has written on Instagram that her "recovery took time".
  6. Miriam Haley comments on Weinstein's guilty verdict

    One of two main accusers in Harvey Weinstein's trial says she feels 'huge relief' at his conviction.
  7. Childcare costs: Parents of children under two pay 5% more

    A report finds part-time nursery care costs more than £130 per week in England, Scotland and Wales.
  8. Shropshire flooding: Train lines shut amid rising river levels

    There are two "danger to life" warnings on the Severn and flood defences are likely to be breached.
  9. Johnson promises 'overhaul' of post-Brexit foreign policy as he launches review

    Policy experts will offer "constructive challenge to traditional Whitehall assumptions" says No 10.
  10. Peter Nygard: FBI raids fashion mogul HQ in sex trafficking probe

    The FBI raid comes as Nygard faces lawsuit accusing him of sex abuse against ten women and girls.
  11. County lines: Police arrest 46 in raids across the UK

    There were raids in Merseyside, Lancashire, Cumbria and Tayside on Tuesday morning.
  12. Disney boss Bob Iger steps down as chief executive

    The businessman is considered the most powerful man in Hollywood.
  13. Red squirrels sniff out danger better than greys

    A native predator of the red squirrel seems to be an unlikely ally in its battle with its grey rival.
  14. The Papers: Coronavirus 'action plan' and 'mass testing' in UK

    Wednesday's papers say UK schools face closure in new plans to stop the spread of the virus.
  15. NHS Hospital: What it's really like working in A&E

    The BBC followed staff in a busy A&E unit who say they're under pressure all year round.
  16. Outdoor heaters: Paris campaigners want them banned

    A campaign is underway in Paris to ban heaters due to concerns about their electricity use.
  17. Underwater Photographer of the Year

    The winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition 2020.
  18. Dealing with emotions: Borderline personality disorder

    Borderline personality disorder, also known as BPD, is characterised by strong emotional reactions, a distorted sense of self and difficult personal relationships.
  19. Climate change: Why are tomato prices in Africa increasing?

    The price of tomatoes have skyrocketed in East Africa in recent weeks after floods ruined crops.
  20. Secret doorway in Parliament leads to historical treasure trove

    Historical treasures - and evidence of a beer-fuelled party - are uncovered in the Commons restoration.
  21. 'How do I convince the Home Office I'm a lesbian?'

    More than 1,500 people claim asylum in the UK each year, claiming that they are persecuted for being gay. But it's not an easy thing to prove.
  22. Solari boards: The disappearing sound of airports

    Inside airports, old-school departure boards are falling silent. Outside, it's a different story.
  23. How did companies sell 'unmentionable' sanitary towels?

    How do you build a market for a product society considers unmentionable?
  24. Could North Korea handle a Covid-19 outbreak?

    So far, the country claims to have no cases of Covid-19 - but that has been questioned.
  25. Viewpoint: Why a Texas county had a radical rethink on crime

    A congressman's presidential run helped boost efforts in Texas to reform their criminal justice system.
  26. How a serious accident led to business success

    After a terrible skiing crash, Susanne Najafi embarked on her path as a serial entrepreneur.
  27. Gnabry scores twice as Bayern dominate Chelsea

    Serge Gnabry continues his dominance over London clubs in this season's Champions League as Bayern Munich take control of their last-16 tie with Chelsea.
  28. 'Ireland v Italy should be postponed' - coronavirus hits Italian sport

    Ireland's Six Nations game against Italy in Dublin on March 7 should be postponed due to the coronavirus situation, says Irish Health Minister Simon Harris.
  29. Fury's promoter Warren 'disappointed' at prospect of Wilder rematch

    Tyson Fury's promoter Frank Warren says he would be "disappointed" if Deontay Wilder exercised his option for a world heavyweight title rematch.
  30. West Brom go seven points clear in Championship

    Goals from Hal Robson-Kanu and Jake Livermore see West Brom extend their lead at the top of the Championship by beating Preston.
  31. BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2020: Sam Kerr profile

    BBC Sport profiles Chelsea striker Sam Kerr, one of five nominees for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2020 award.
  32. 'A tasty right foot' - life-sized Cristiano Ronaldo statue made of chocolate

    A Portuguese chocolatier reveals a life-size sculpture, made entirely of chocolate, of Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
  33. Harvey Weinstein guilty: How the Hollywood giant faced his reckoning

    The judge said this was not a referendum on #MeToo. But at times, the trial felt like one.