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  1. Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman: Met Police to apologise to family of murdered sisters

    Met Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick says the force could have saved "immeasurable pain".
  2. Budget 2021: Public sector workers set for pay rise, says Sunak

    The chancellor will use his Budget on Wednesday to confirm that the "pay pause" is being lifted.
  3. Sudan coup: Seven protesters killed and dozens injured

    Soldiers are said to have opened fire on large crowds opposing the military takeover.
  4. Recycling plastics does not work, says Boris Johnson

    The Recycling Association responds by saying Boris Johnson has "completely lost the plastic plot".
  5. John Wayne Gacy murder victim named 45 years after vanishing

    Police identify the remains of a man killed by notorious murderer John Wayne Gacy in the 1970s.
  6. Signs of first planet found outside our galaxy

    Astronomers have found hints of what could be the first planet ever to be discovered outside our galaxy.
  7. Climate change: Pledge of $100bn annual aid slips to 2023

    A key pledge on climate funding has still not been met, and the money is not sure to be there before 2023.
  8. Saudi crown prince suggested killing King Abdullah, ex-official says

    Mohammed bin Salman discussed assassinating the late King Abdullah in 2014, Saad al-Jabri says.
  9. Frances Haugen says Facebook is 'making hate worse'

    Frances Haugen, who leaked thousands of documents, is appearing before MPs working on online safety.
  10. Insulate Britain: New injunction after rush hour protest

    Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says the court order covers the "entire strategic road network".
  11. Manchester Arena Inquiry: Error not to question bomber on return - MI5

    A senior MI5 officer concedes that not stopping Salman Abedi on his return from Libya was a mistake.
  12. Tory MPs defend votes after uproar over sewage proposals

    Conservative MPs are facing a backlash on social media after rejecting tougher sewage protections in the Environment Bill.
  13. Emma Raducanu asks for patience as she prepares for Transylvania Open

    US Open champion Emma Raducanu says "everyone should be patient" as she attempts this week to earn a first win since her Grand Slam success.
  14. 'I don’t want to live, my mental health’s that bad'

    The BBC visits Church on the Street in Burnley, which supports some of the area's most vulnerable.
  15. Pixel 6: Hands-on with Google's 'magic eraser' phone

    Google says its latest smartphone can erase unwanted objects and people from photographs.
  16. Afghan baby girl sold for $500 by starving family

    The BBC’s Yogita Limaye witnesses first-hand the extreme poverty engulfing millions in Afghanistan.
  17. Eternals: Mixed reviews for Chloé Zhao's 'insipid' Marvel movie

    Critics say Oscar winner Chloe Zhao's first superhero film is "watchable but ultimately unmemorable".
  18. How can Coca-Cola solve its plastic problem?

    The drinks company has been named the world's biggest plastic polluter.
  19. David Bowie: Pop-up shop opens in London

    From music to fashion to art, the Heddon Street pop-up celebrates 75 years of David Bowie.
  20. Molly Russell's father meets Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen

    Molly, 14, died after viewing graphic content on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook.
  21. Peak District photographer captures 'one in a million' rainbow shot

    The picture is widely praised online after the photographer posted it on social media.
  22. Inside the Indonesian cave where oldest animal art was found

    The BBC is given rare access to film the 45,500-year-old images found on an Indonesian island.
  23. The Gambia: 'We are crying for justice'

    A report into alleged human rights abuses during the rule of former president Jammeh has been delayed.
  24. 'Constantly cleaning' teenager becomes celebrity car washer

    Zykiah went from washing family cars to cleaning for Gary Neville, Molly-Mae Hague and Scott McTominay.
  25. Woman finds father after 58 years thanks to online group

    A woman has found her biological father after help from a community Facebook group.
  26. ICYMI: Eurovision museum and Jacinda Ardern's earthquake distraction

    Eurovision, earthquakes and more - here's a look at some of the stories you may have missed this week.
  27. Adele Roberts: Bowel cancer patients discuss diagnosis and treatment

    A student and a medical doctor tell Newsbeat about experiencing bowel cancer.
  28. Budget 2021: What has already been announced?

    Rishi Sunak's statement isn't until Wednesday, but several pledges have been announced.
  29. James Michael Tyler: 11 of Gunther's funniest Friends moments

    A look back at some of the character's highlights following actor James Michael Tyler's death.
  30. Ipswich murders: Prostitution returns to town's streets

    Fifteen years after five women were killed in Ipswich, prostitution returns to streets in the town.
  31. Homecare costs outstrip funding from councils, says report

    Homecare companies say the rates they are paid by local authorities do not cover basic costs.
  32. Budget 2021: What do you want to change?

    We ask six people across the UK what they would like to see from Rishi Sunak's Budget.
  33. Is internet addiction a growing problem?

    Experts warn that the pandemic lockdowns have made more people vulnerable.
  34. Living with the world's oldest mummies

    In a town in northern Chile it is not unusual for residents to stumble across ancient mummies.
  35. How China’s past shapes Xi's thinking - and his view of the world

    Heightened tensions with Taiwan has the world wondering where President Xi Jinping sees China on the world stage.
  36. ‘I left university and adopted my brother and sister’

    When Jemma Bere’s family was in crisis, she made a split-second decision that changed the trajectory of her life.
  37. What's next after the release of Meng Wanzhou?

    Ms Meng and the two Canadian Michaels are home - but will the relations with China ever be the same?
  38. Stephen Merchant: How Outlaws creator took comedy to the dark side

    His show, which throws seven strangers together, is a far cry from The Office and Lip Sync Battle.
  39. China's hypersonic missile: Could it spark a new arms race?

    China's firing of a new nuclear-capable missile carried on a glider has raised questions about a US response.
  40. Iran: The painful choices of being pregnant and unmarried

    Abortion or emigration are often considered the only way out by cohabiting couples who conceive.
  41. 'I. Am. So. Sorry': Talking about my pregnancy losses

    The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar has reported on maternal health and the issues women face across the world. Here she reflects on her own experiences of pregnancy and baby loss.
  42. Tactical confusion, player doubts & the alternatives - is Solskjaer on the brink at Man Utd?

    After a humiliating defeat against fierce rivals Liverpool, is Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the brink of the sack?
  43. 'Stokes will galvanise side in Ashes, he brings so much' - ex-England assistant Farbrace

    Ex-England assistant coach Paul Farbrace says Ben Stokes' presence in the Ashes "has really tipped it into being a fantastic series".
  44. Afghanistan thrash Scotland by 130 runs at T20 World Cup

    Scotland are bowled out for 60 in a 130-run hammering by Afghanistan in their first Super 12 match at the Men's T20 World Cup.
  45. Murray reaches Vienna second round but no all-British tie as Evans exits

    Britain's Andy Murray beats Poland's Hubert Hurkacz in three sets to reach the second round of the Vienna Open.
  46. 'A team of individuals, not a collective' - Richards says Man Utd need to find identity

    Manchester United need to "go back to basics" and decide whether to back or sack manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, says ex-Manchester City and England defender Micah Richards.
  47. GB win skeleton & bobsleigh medals at Winter Olympics test event

    Great Britain win skeleton and bobsleigh medals at the Winter Olympics test event in Beijing.
  48. T20 World Cup - Afghanistan v Scotland: All of Afghanistan's 11 sixes

    Watch as Afghanistan start their Super 12 campaign with a brilliant batting performance, hitting 11 sixes on their way to a 130-run thrashing of Scotland.
  49. Climate change: The environmental disasters we've almost fixed

    From acid rain to the ozone hole: Can we learn from the environmental "success stories" of the past?
  50. Climate change quiz: Test your knowledge of how to reduce emissions

    How much do you know about the steps you could take to help curb climate change?
  51. Climate change: How do we know it is happening and caused by humans?

    What's the evidence for global warming and how do we know it's being caused by human activity?
  52. COP26: What is the Glasgow climate conference and why is it important?

    A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK - this is why it's important.
  53. Climate change: Is the UK on track to meet its targets?

    As the UK prepares to host a global climate summit, is the government on track to meet its own commitments?
  54. How climate change is making inequality worse, especially for children

    Children will face up to three times as many extreme climate events as their grandparents, research suggests.
  55. Climate change: How technology is helping cities tackle climate disasters

    Cities are under threat from floods, forest fires and other disasters - how is tech helping with emergency responses?
  56. Climate change food calculator: What's your diet's carbon footprint?

    Check the environmental impact of what you eat and drink.
  57. Norfolk sand: Has a colossal experiment worked?

    Millions of tonnes of sand were shifted to part of the Norfolk coast - have they held back the sea?
  58. Tips on how to save energy at home and help the planet

    What can homeowners do to reduce their energy consumption?
  59. Climate change: Why Australia refuses to give up coal

    Australia is the only rich nation still wedded to coal, despite urgent calls to stop its use.
  60. Contrails: How tweaking flight plans can help the climate

    Why experts say cutting contrails costs less than $1bn a year but may be worth so much more.
  61. Ros Atkins on… Europe's climate challenge

    Ros Atkins looks at how Europe is getting to grips with its emissions problem.
  62. What is climate change? A really simple guide

    World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now threatens every aspect of human life.
  63. Is the UK's green plan enough to halt climate change?

    Support for roads, aviation and fossil fuel drilling could undermine UK's green credentials at COP26.
  64. How green politics are changing Europe

    The Greens performed well in German elections but they are having to adapt their policies to succeed.
  65. COP26: Does a climate summit need 25,000 people? And more questions

    BBC science correspondent Matt McGrath answers your questions about Glasgow's COP26 climate summit.
  66. What is net zero and how are the UK and other countries doing?

    Experts have recommended developed countries adopt targets to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050.
  67. The climate activists who want Norway to end oil and gas production

    The BBC's Nick Beake meets the young climate activists trying to stop Norway drilling for oil and gas.
  68. How energy flexibility can save us money and cut carbon

    Making energy supply to homes and businesses more flexible could help the UK meet its climate goals.
  69. Why China's climate policy matters to us all

    The global battle against climate change is likely to be won or lost in China.
  70. What is Covid Plan B and what are the rules across the UK this winter?

    Health service figures are calling for stricter Covid restrictions in England to protect the NHS.
  71. Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?

    Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
  72. Covid: Are people wearing masks less often?

    The number of people wearing masks has fallen, but ministers don't want to reintroduce restrictions.
  73. New travel rules: What tests do I need and where is on the red list?

    The number of red-list countries will be cut to just seven.
  74. Covid: Which children are being vaccinated and why?

    All children aged 12-15 across the UK are being offered one dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
  75. Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?

    Charts and maps tracking the progress of Covid vaccination programmes.
  76. What are the Delta, Gamma, Beta and Alpha Covid variants?

    UK officials are keeping a close watch on a new descendent of the Delta variant of Covid.
  77. Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

    Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
  78. Covid: When can I get my Covid booster jab?

    More than five million people in England have been offered a booster jab.
  79. Coronavirus: Where does the government borrow billions from?

    How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
  80. What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings?

    Face coverings could become a legal requirement in England again if the NHS struggles this winter.
  81. Covid: Why are UK cases so high?

    The UK has higher infections than most of its neighbours, as scientists fear a difficult winter.
  82. How are pupils being kept Covid-safe?

    Face coverings remain compulsory in Scottish schools, and are being reintroduced in parts of England.
  83. How Belarus is helping ‘tourists’ break into the EU

    Belarus is accused of taking revenge for EU sanctions by offering migrants tourist visas, and helping them across its border.
  84. 'We didn't call ourselves mum and dad for 10 months'

    Nina and Steven fostered a baby hoping in vain to adopt her. With a second baby they finally became parents.
  85. I get abuse and threats online - why can't it be stopped?

    Online abuse against women is on the rise, but why aren't the police, government and social media sites doing more to stop it?
  86. Friendship Games 1984: When Great Britain took part in the 'Iron Curtain Olympics'

    Steroids, the threat of nuclear war and... lost luggage. A small team of female British athletes went to the Friendship Games of 1984.
  87. Black scientists say UK research is institutionally racist

    Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".