1. Brexit: Johnson vows to press on despite defeat over deal delay

    Boris Johnson says he will put a bill on his Brexit deal to MPs next week, after they backed a further delay compelling him to ask for an extension to 31 October deadline.
  2. People's Vote march: Jubilant scenes at 'final say' Brexit protest

    Supporters of the "People's Vote" cheered as MPs voted to withhold approval of the PM's deal.
  3. Turkey's Erdogan vows to 'crush heads' of Kurdish fighters

    The Turkish president says Kurdish-led forces must withdraw under the terms of a temporary truce.
  4. All Blacks rout Ireland to set up England semi-final

    Holders and tournament favourites New Zealand score seven tries in a 46-14 win over outplayed Ireland who fall at the quarter-final stage yet again.
  5. Cambridge University don readmitted after sexual harassment

    Ex-students say they are "staggered" the academic has been readmitted to Trinity Hall.
  6. FA Cup tie abandoned after reports of racial abuse at Haringey Borough v Yeovil

    An FA Cup tie is abandoned after Haringey Borough's manager takes his team off the field amid accusations of racism.
  7. Libor rigging inquiry shut down by Serious Fraud Office

    The Serious Fraud Office unexpectedly closes an investigation into interest rate fraud.
  8. Leicester City helicopter crash: Walk to honour victims

    Thousands of Leicester City fans mark the first anniversary of the crash which claimed five lives.
  9. Russia dam collapse at Siberia gold mine kills 15

    Local officials open a criminal investigation over reports the dam was built illegally.
  10. Hong Kong protests: NBA fans join anti-China display

    Spectators at a US basketball match don T-shirts and masks in support of the Hong Kong protests.
  11. Catalonia protests: Marches and general strike paralyse Barcelona

    The Supreme Court decision to jail nine separatist leaders has enraged separatists in Catalonia.
  12. European SolO probe ready to take on audacious mission

    A UK-assembled European spacecraft aims to take the closest ever pictures and movies of the Sun.
  13. Brexit: What happens now?

    The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?
  14. Brexit deal: Did your MP vote for the Letwin amendment?

    Find out if your MP voted for a proposal to withhold Commons approval to the Brexit deal until it becomes law.
  15. Brexit delay: How can Article 50 be extended?

    The law states if no deal has been agreed by 19 October, Boris Johnson must ask for an extension from the EU.
  16. Brexit: MPs heckled after vote

    Members of the public confronted ministers near Parliament buildings.
  17. Brexit delay voted through by MPs: What has just happened?

    Another day of twists and turns in the Brexit saga - here's what happened on 19 October.
  18. Brexit: What is in Boris Johnson's new deal with the EU?

    A revised Brexit deal has been agreed by the UK and EU. What does it contain?
  19. Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

    A simple guide on the UK leaving the European Union.
  20. Brexit: Can a no-deal still happen?

    MPs passed a law to avoid a no-deal exit. But how might the prime minister get around it?
  21. Boris Johnson: 'I will not negotiate a delay with the EU'

    Boris Johnson says he is not compelled to ask for a delay to Brexit, despite Letwin amendment vote.
  22. Brexit: What does the deal say about workers' rights?

    What does Mr Johnson's new agreement say about environmental standards or workers' rights?
  23. Horses, handshakes and bad edits: The dos and don’ts of political photo-ops

    After Kim Jong-un is pictured on horseback, here's how other world leaders have utilised the cameras.
  24. 'Happy to Chat' benches: The woman getting strangers to talk

    "Happy to Chat" signs have been appearing on park benches across the UK - and now the world.
  25. Mule dressage under threat from international body

    Christie Mclean is taking on the international body to ensure mules like Wallace are allowed to compete.
  26. Nasa Mars 2020 Mission's MiMi Aung on women in space

    At 16, MiMi Aung travelled alone to the US for an education. Now she's a project lead on Nasa's Mars mission.
  27. Being a swing in The Lion King

    Swing Debôrah Godchaser takes us behind the scenes as the show celebrates 20 years in London's West End.
  28. Week in Pictures: 12 to 18 October 2019

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  29. This gran picked up roadkill to create the perfect armchair

    How Nanny Pat's homemade labour of love made her the internet's favourite grandmother.
  30. Lady Gaga plummets off stage in a fan's arms during Vegas show

    The star falls off stage during her Las Vegas show after jumping into a fan's arms.
  31. The man who fed the world

    In 1970 Dr Norman Borlaug was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his pioneering work developing disease-resistant crops.
  32. James Mattis mocks Donald Trump at gala dinner

    The former US defence secretary hits back after the president described him as "the world's most overrated general".
  33. BBC News Channel

    Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
  34. Are young Brits falling out of love with the cuppa?

    Demand for builder's tea is falling, while coffee and herbal teas are becoming popular.
  35. 'A stray baseball cracked my skull'

    Fans have been left permanently disabled or even killed by rogue baseballs. So what's to be done?
  36. Exarchia: How Airbnb angered Greek anarchists

    Home rentals site Airbnb sparked a heated debate about sustainable tourism in an Athens district known for its radical politics.
  37. Oisin Murphy: Becoming champion jockey is a 'childhood dream'

    Oisin Murphy says becoming champion jockey is a "childhood dream" - one that was a long shot when he was born weighing little more than a bag of sugar.
  38. The spectacular fall of money manager Neil Woodford

    Sacked from his flagship fund, and shutting the business - the story of Neil Woodford and his sudden fall.
  39. Foals: 'We relish the potency of a big, knuckle-dragging riff'

    Yannis Philippakis says Foals are digging into their instruments - while he's been digging up vegetables.
  40. Swiss election: Why melting Alps could create a green wave

    Greens are hoping to come second in Sunday's Swiss elections, eyeing a climate change opportunity.
  41. Nigeria's Buhari saga: The fake wedding, the president and the family feud

    Recent events involving Nigeria's President Buhari and his wife hint at tensions in the presidential villa.
  42. Is the Trump campaign spending $1m a week on ads?

    Elizabeth Warren made the claim and accused Facebook of taking cash, "no questions asked".
  43. England demolish Australia but All Blacks await in Rugby World Cup semi-finals

    England impressed in their 40-16 win over Australia, but now face the test of holders New Zealand for a place in the World Cup final.
  44. Man City bounce back with comfortable win at Palace

    Champions Manchester City narrow the gap on Premier League leaders Liverpool with victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
  45. Alli snatches late Tottenham equaliser against Watford amid VAR confusion

    Dele Alli rescues a point for Tottenham to deny Watford a first Premier League win of the season amid VAR confusion.
  46. 'It's been a big surprise to me' - Murray reaches first ATP final for two years

    Britain's Andy Murray produces a fine comeback to beat Ugo Humbert at the European Open and reach his first ATP final for two years.
  47. Micah Richards wants Uefa to be stronger on racism

    Micah Richards and Martin Keown discuss the best way to combat racism in football following the shameful scenes that stopped England's Euro 2020 qualifying game against Bulgaria twice.
  48. FA Cup: Potters Bar score dramatic 101st minute equaliser to secure fourth round qualifying replay

    Andrew Lomas scores an incredible late equaliser after 10 minutes of additional time in Potters Bar Town's fourth round qualifying draw with Barnet
  49. Channel Tunnel 25th anniversary: England to France in 68 seconds

    As the Channel Tunnel celebrates its 25th anniversary, enjoy the journey to France in 68 seconds.
  50. Celebrities who misbehaved in Buckingham Palace

    From snorting cocaine to stealing loo rolls, famous people have taken some liberties at the Queen's home.
  51. Simples, whatevs and Jedi added to Oxford English Dictionary

    Jafaican, sumfin and chillax also appear in the Oxford English Dictionary October 2019 list.
  52. Why this woman hates to hear about 'big bad wolf'

    The leashed beasts may look like large powerful dogs, but they still have the wild heart of a wolf.
  53. The Swansea University class with Olympic athletes

    The group has two golds, three silvers and a bronze between them.
  54. Leonardo da Vinci feud: The 'earlier' Mona Lisa mystery

    A London family is battling an international consortium over a potentially priceless painting.