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  1. Constance Marten and Mark Gordon jury discharged

    Ms Marten, 37, and Mr Gordon, 50, denied manslaughter by gross negligence of their baby Victoria.
  2. Inflation falls to lowest level in almost three years

    Inflation has hit the Bank of England's target for the first time in almost three years.
  3. Pact with North Korea will protect us both from aggression, says Putin

    Vladimir Putin is wrapping up his first visit to North Korea in more than two decades.
  4. 'I don't believe in peace now,' released Gaza hostage tells BBC

    Ada Sagi says her ordeal destroyed her belief that peace is possible between Israelis and Palestinians.
  5. Teenager missing in Tenerife was on first holiday with friends, says mum

    Jay Slater hasn't been seen since he left his friends in Tenerife 48 hours ago.
  6. Woman wins civil rape case against therapist

    Ella Janneh brought civil claims against Michael Lousada after the CPS did not press charges.
  7. Queues gather at Kew to sniff 'corpse flower' stink

    Visitors to Kew Gardens are still able to catch a glimpse - and whiff - of the Titan arum plant.
  8. Leah Croucher may have died during sex attack, inquest hears

    An inquest hears that Leah Croucher probably died on or near the day she went missing in 2019.
  9. Stonehenge covered in orange paint by Just Stop Oil

    The move comes the day before celebrations for the Summer Solstice.
  10. Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh release new photo to mark 25th wedding anniversary

    Edward and Sophie celebrated their silver wedding anniversary by releasing a new portrait.
  11. London cinema drops AI-written film after backlash

    The Prince Charles Cinema drops the private screening due to "strong concerns" of its customers.
  12. Labour suspends candidate over 'pro-Russian' post

    Andy Brown, standing in Aberdeenshire North and Moray East, is suspended by the party pending an investigation.
  13. Boundary changes: Ros Atkins answers your questions

    The BBC's analysis editor answers some of your questions about constituency boundary changes.
  14. Boris Johnson not expected to join campaign trail

    The former prime minister Boris Johnson is not expected on the campaign trail between now and polling day.
  15. Voting where house prices are 17 times yearly earnings

    What do those priced out of home ownership want to hear from those seeking their vote?
  16. Major Tory donor tells BBC he is voting Labour

    Phones4U founder John Caudwell gave the Conservatives £500K before the last general election.
  17. Reform UK defends candidates as more comments emerge

    It comes as fresh details emerge about social media posts by some Reform UK candidates.
  18. Inflation and Covid set our savings back 10 years

    Justin Williams is one of many whose savings have eroded and mortgage rates have increased.
  19. Do Tory plans to save £12bn in welfare payments add up?

    The Conservatives say they can save £12bn from the welfare budget but Labour argue there are no extra savings to be had.
  20. Your Voice, Your Vote - Ros Atkins takes questions on political donations

    As part of our election coverage, the BBC wants to better understand what matters most to you, the voters.
  21. What is Labour's plan for taxing private schools?

    Labour has confirmed it will change the way private school fees are taxed if it wins the election.
  22. Could your social media feeds affect how you vote?

    The BBC’s Marianna Spring has been using her Undercover Voters to analyse how the election is being fought on social media.
  23. Reform UK election pledges: 11 key policies analysed

    BBC correspondents analyse key policies in the Reform UK manifesto.
  24. Labour’s £4,800 mortgage claim risks misleading people

    BBC Verify examines Labour claims about the cost of planned Tory borrowing
  25. Newcastle v Sunderland: Who will be the first to return election result?

    Newcastle and Sunderland have traditionally battled it out, but there may be a surprise contender.
  26. Reform's rise: Polling guru John Curtice on this week's figures

    John Curtice examines the latest opinion polls ahead of the 4 July general election.
  27. How do I register to vote ahead of Tuesday's deadline?

    Here’s what you need to know about how you register to vote and when.
  28. Who can I vote for in the general election?

    Find out which constituency you are in, who you can vote for and where you can vote using our postcode search.
  29. Election poll tracker: How do the parties compare?

    How do people say they will vote in the UK general election? Our poll tracker measures the trends.
  30. Your Voice, Your Vote - Ros Atkins takes questions on tactical voting

    Your Voice, Your Vote - The BBC answers your questions about tactical voting.
  31. 'A slow death': Gazans live alongside rotting rubbish and rodents

    Displaced people in Gaza run the risk of disease as more than 300,000 tonnes of waste piles up.
  32. Limousine, tea set and 'busts' among Putin and Kim gifts

    The Russian president gives car enthusiast Mr Kim a luxury Russian-made Aurus car during his visit.
  33. Hunting the 'Big Five' on South Africa's walls

    Graffiti is raising the profile and brightening up areas of Johannesburg, infamous for its crime.
  34. Why an exam has sparked national outrage in India

    The key examination for medical colleges in India has been mired in allegations of paper leaks and fraud.
  35. Naomi Campbell at the V&A: ‘A Pandora’s box’ of memories

    The A-lister is the latest star to land a solo exhibition at London's V&A.
  36. Taylor Swift greets Cardiff crowd in Welsh

    Taylor Swift's record-breaking Eras Tour brings the house down in Cardiff.
  37. Artist displays 'hilarious' celebrity sushi heads

    Michelle Wibowo, from Haywards Heath, crafted the edible heads for an exhibition.
  38. Bar chart wars: What to watch out for on leaflets telling you who can win your seat

    It’s a two-horse race here, leaflets put out by political parties often claim. Can you trust them?
  39. Faisal Islam: Voters are being taken for fools on the economy

    Do promises to leave various tax rates alone have any credibility, asks the BBC's economics editor.
  40. Gaza, Ukraine, China - the next PM faces a crowded agenda on foreign affairs

    For all the focus on domestic issues, there will be plenty for whoever becomes PM to focus on abroad
  41. Is the Sun about to endorse Sir Keir Starmer?

    The paper has backed the Conservatives since 2010 but in 2024 that may change.
  42. 'Scotland's soft touches must become hard cases again'

    Scotland need to rediscover their fearlessness and resilience if they are to beat Switzerland and revive their Euro 2024 hopes, writes Tom English.
  43. Key Scotland conundrums Clarke must solve

    BBC pundits suggest Billy Gilmour, Lawrence Shankland and James Forrest could start for Scotland in Wednesday's Euro 2024 game against Switzerland.
  44. Why 'symbol' Ronaldo remains Portugal's star draw

    Cristiano Ronaldo didn't mark his record-breaking appearance with a goal against Czech Republic, but for fans and his team-mates he still has an important role to play for Portugal.
  45. All you need to know about Euro 2024

    Who has the toughest group? Where will the games be played? And who are favourites to win the tournament?
  46. Secret files reveal fears over future of NHS IT giant

    Talks have been held over the potential collapse of tech firm Atos, which runs vital UK public services.
  47. Don't blame us for people suffering - London hospital hackers

    They claim the cyber attack - which has disrupted more than 1,000 procedures - was politically motivated.
  48. Nearly 900 migrants arrive in small boats in a day

    The Home Office said 882 people crossed the Channel in 15 boats on Tuesday.
  49. Gordonstoun abuse flourished unchecked for decades, inquiry finds

    The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry looked at the school where the future King Charles was educated.
  50. Dropping Windrush measures unlawful, court rules

    The Home Office was taken to court after it dropped three measures proposed after a review of the scandal.
  51. Surrey Police told to investigate cow being hit

    A police watchdog says Surrey Police’s professional standards department should investigate.
  52. 'Pretty spectacular' discovery in George Washington's cellar

    Archaeologists excavated bottles from the plantation's basement. What they found inside blew them away.
  53. 'Scotland's soft touches must become hard cases again'

    Scotland need to rediscover their fearlessness and resilience if they are to beat Switzerland and revive their Euro 2024 hopes, writes Tom English.
  54. Ex-Forest boss Cooper is leading contender for Leicester job

    Leicester are speaking to former Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper about their managerial vacancy.
  55. Two generations of Scotland fans on Haaland, Robertson & Euros

    Two generations of the Tartan Army relive Scotland's Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.
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    Continuing coverage of the 2024 General Election Campaign, from BBC News
  58. Busting the political jargon

    Struggling with swings, puzzled by passing posts? The BBC's Leila Nathoo is here to help.
  59. North Korea: Why Putin and Xi are courting Kim

    The war in Ukraine has shifted the balance of power between Moscow, Pyongyang and Beijing
  60. How quickly are prices rising in the UK?

    The rate at which prices are rising has fallen from record highs, meeting the 2% target.
  61. Five hacks to help save money on your food shop

    The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
  62. When will UK interest rates come down?

    Bank of England interest rates affect mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
  63. Five ways to save money on your mortgage

    Experts give advice for those who might be worried about their monthly mortgage payments.
  64. Three ways to win the rental property race

    From being first in the queue to being more flexible, here are some tips on how to get ahead in the rental race.
  65. Five hacks to help save money on your food shop

    The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
  66. When will UK interest rates come down?

    Bank of England interest rates affect mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
  67. Five ways to save money on your mortgage

    Experts give advice for those who might be worried about their monthly mortgage payments.
  68. Three ways to win the rental property race

    From being first in the queue to being more flexible, here are some tips on how to get ahead in the rental race.
  69. Fact v fiction: Five tips for saving petrol money examined

    With weak competition adding to fuel prices, are drivers doing the right things to save money?
  70. When will UK interest rates come down?

    Bank of England interest rates affect mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
  71. How quickly are prices rising in the UK?

    The rate at which prices are rising has fallen from record highs, meeting the 2% target.
  72. Five tips when asking for a pay rise

    Recruiters, a manager and a workplace psychologist give their advice on how to negotiate for more money.
  73. Who gets 15 hours of free childcare and how do I apply?

    Parents in England can now access 15 hours of free weekly childcare for their two-year-olds.
  74. What to do if you are in debt and need help

    What help and options are available to people struggling with debt repayments?
  75. Five ways to save money on your mortgage

    Experts give advice for those who might be worried about their monthly mortgage payments.
  76. What can I do if I can't pay my energy bill?

    If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, what options are available?
  77. How much does uni cost, and will I earn more if I go?

    Given higher costs, some students are wondering whether going to university makes financial sense.
  78. How to save money even when the budget is tight

    The interest paid on savings is better than anything seen for years, so how can you save when bills are rising?
  79. Five hacks to help save money on your food shop

    The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
  80. Missing man was on first holiday with friends

    Jay Slater hasn't been seen since he left his friends in Tenerife 48 hours ago.
  81. 'I get constant sexism online' - election candidate

    Helen Maher says she has felt harassed by "disgusting" messages made about her online.
  82. SNP manifesto: Majority of seats would trigger independence talks

    The first minister said the election gives voters a chance to secure Scottish independence.
  83. Inflation and Covid set our savings back 10 years

    Justin Williams is one of many whose savings have eroded and mortgage rates have increased.