1. Inside Gaza: Follow a day in the lives of Gazans as war nears five-month mark

    The BBC is hearing first-hand accounts of what daily life is like for people living in Gaza.
  2. Prince William pulls out of memorial service due to 'personal matter'

    An unspecified "personal matter" means the Prince of Wales has withdrawn from a memorial service.
  3. Hunt considers National Insurance cuts at Budget

    News of the possible move comes as a leading think tank says the case for cutting taxes is "weak".
  4. Alan Bates on Post Office redress: 'Just get on and pay people'

    The sub-postmaster, whose story featured in an ITV drama, has given evidence in Parliament this morning.
  5. Hope for Gaza ceasefire by next week, says Biden

    The US president says the warring sides are close to a truce but Hamas says a deal is not that close.
  6. Crooked House owners ordered to rebuild

    An enforcement order requires the building to be built back to what it was prior to the fire.
  7. Terror charges after 'right-wing activity' probe

    Three men suspected of preparing an act of terrorism were arrested at their homes, police said.
  8. Tiny fish louder than a jackhammer, scientists find

    A miniscule, transparent fish makes drumming sounds as loud as a jackhammer, say researchers.
  9. M&S raises pay in battle for supermarket staff

    About 40,000 M&S staff will see their wages increase by more than 10% from April.
  10. Paparazzo accuses Taylor Swift's father of assault

    The photographer did not need medical treatment and Australian police are investigating.
  11. Two bodies found in search for missing Sydney TV presenter and partner

    Australian police have found two bodies while searching for suspected murder victims Jesse Baird and Luke Davies.
  12. 'I don't want Dad to be remembered for how he died'

    Kevin Holding died in a freak accident as he worked on a pop-up urinal in Soho last January.
  13. Sheen donates £5k for boy with genetic condition

    The Welsh actor supports a charity football fundraiser in aid of four-year-old Louis, from Wrexham.
  14. 'Who will call me Dad?' Tears of Gaza father who lost 103 relatives

    Ahmad al-Ghuferi's wife, mother and daughters were killed when a strike hit the home where they sheltered.
  15. Secondary school places: What parents need to know

    Children starting school in England and Wales in September will be offered places this week.
  16. Why firms are racing to produce green ammonia

    Ammonia is essential for fertiliser production but producing it is carbon intensive.
  17. 'Daily life is a struggle without my ADHD medicine'

    ADHD UK estimate about 150,000 people have been affected by a UK-wide medicine shortage.
  18. Were miners' lungs passed on without consent?

    Between the 1960s and 1980s, hundreds of dead miners had their organs passed on for medical research.
  19. The young refusing to become Myanmar's 'human shields'

    The Myanmar junta's mandatory military service law has sparked fear, anxiety and defiance.
  20. Why is Nigeria's economy in such a mess?

    Nigeria is experiencing its worst economic crisis in a generation, leading to nationwide protests.
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  22. Slugs destroy snowdrops at home of Bake Off tent

    Wet and warm weather is blamed for an invasion of snowdrop-hungry slugs at the Berkshire estate.
  23. Taking a ride on one of London's smallest railways

    Roxbourne Park model railway is lovingly maintained by engine enthusiasts in north-west London.
  24. Vulture goes missing after display at Essex zoo

    If people spot Harold the turkey vulture they must not approach him as he could be easily spooked.
  25. 'Ice bumps' reveal history of Antarctic melting

    Satellites reveal a 50-year record of climate change by tracing the lumpiness in ice surfaces.
  26. MoD pauses new Army housing plans after backlash

    The move to house military personnel based on need rather rank raised fears of a worsening staffing crisis.
  27. Bereaved families describe Covid-19 impact in Wales

    The UK Covid inquiry arrives in Wales to scrutinise the Welsh government's handling of the pandemic.
  28. Depardieu faces new allegation of sexual assault

    In the latest of a string of accusations, a set designer accuses the French actor of grabbing her in 2021.
  29. When is the Budget and what will it mean for my money?

    Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will set out the government's tax and spending plans in the spring Budget.
  30. What are UK interest rates and when will they fall?

    Bank of England interest rates affect the mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
  31. How much are prices rising for you? Try our calculator

    Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.
  32. What is happening to energy bills?

    Ofgem has announced a new price cap that will see bills fall from April.
  33. What is council tax and how much is it going up?

    Millions of households are expected to see their council tax bills rise in April.
  34. No apology from Lee Anderson

    No apology from Lee Anderson
  35. Measles Outbreak: Why Now?

    Smitha Mundasad explores why there is a measles outbreak across the UK.
  36. Crooked House owners ordered to rebuild

    An enforcement order requires the building to be built back to what it was prior to the fire.
  37. Teens 'forced into sex and crime over drug debts'

    BBC Spotlight is told of allegations involving rape and rioting in exchange for reduced debt.
  38. Improvements needed in baby death investigations

    More comprehensive reviews of neonatal deaths in Scotland could save lives in the future, says NHS report.
  39. Bereaved families describe Covid-19 impact in Wales

    The UK Covid inquiry arrives in Wales to scrutinise the Welsh government's handling of the pandemic.
  40. Sweden midfielder Olsson on ventilator in hospital

    Sweden international and former Arsenal midfielder Kristoffer Olsson is on a ventilator in hospital after losing consciousness at his home on 20 February.
  41. Who will define F1's 'ultra-marathon' 2024 season?

    Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso are set to define the 2024 F1 season, but there is plenty of interest elsewhere, writes Andrew Benson.
  42. Why emergence of Hartley & Bashir creates a happy problem

    England have unearthed two effective spin options in Tom Hartley and Shoaib Bashir, but how do they keep on developing the duo after the tour of India?
  43. Grealish must improve to return to side - Guardiola

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says Jack Grealish will return to his starting line-up on a regular basis when his performances improve.
  44. Loftie-Eaton hits fastest T20 international century

    Namibia's Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton breaks the record for the fastest century in T20 international cricket with a 33-ball hundred against Nepal.
  45. Watch Scotland beat England from a different angle

    Watch a different view of Scotland's Calcutta Cup win against England featuring an appearance from Hollywood star Gerard Butler.