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  1. Uvalde shooting: Texas police change key details as criticism mounts

    Questions remain over why officers took more than an hour to storm the school and stop the attack.
  2. Rishi Sunak hints at more help with rising cost of living

    The chancellor promises to "respond to the situation on the ground" as households face soaring bills.
  3. Scandal-hit Nottingham maternity services ordered to improve

    Maternity units, where Sarah Hawkins's baby and dozens of others died, are rated inadequate.
  4. Court fight looms over Sainsbury's cat ban

    A man with autism is suing the supermarket giant for refusing entry to his assistance cat.
  5. Ray Liotta: Scorsese and De Niro lead tributes to the late Goodfellas actor

    Director Martin Scorsese and actor Robert De Niro express their sadness at death of Goodfellas actor.
  6. Soldiers arrested on drug, money-lending and money-laundering offences

    The soldiers under investigation will not take part in the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the MoD says.
  7. Depeche Mode: Pet Shop Boys lead tributes to late keyboardist Andy Fletcher

    The synth-pop duo call the keyboardist, who died this week aged 60, "warm, friendly and funny".
  8. Queen: Footage shows 'fun behind the formality'

    A BBC documentary will show the Queen's early life, from being pushed in a pram to her coronation.
  9. Texas school shooting: Husband of killed teacher 'dies of grief'

    Joe Garcia reportedly dies of a heart attack two days after his wife was shot at Robb Elementary.
  10. Electric car rapid charging costs soar, says RAC

    Energy prices are rising but electric car charging is still cheaper than petrol, claims group.
  11. Met Police dog dies after chasing down moped thieves

    PD Xavier Charles, also know as Stanley, is described as "one of the very best police dogs".
  12. Sydney wakes up to thick blanket of fog

    Iconic landmarks like the Sydney Harbour Bridge were shrouded from view and ferry services were cancelled.
  13. Whitby Dracula gathering smashes vampire fancy dress world record

    A total of 1,369 people attended Whitby Abbey in North Yorkshire dressed as vampires, organisers say.
  14. Texas shooting victims: Relatives of children speak of their heartbreak

    Relatives of the children killed in a shooting at a school in Uvalde, Texas speak of their heartbreak.
  15. Quiz of the week: What are Charles and Camilla doing on TV?

    How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?
  16. Newspaper headlines: Conservatives 'split' on energy bills 'giveaway'

    The chancellor's support package to help families with the cost of living leads most of Friday's front pages.
  17. The 22-year-old 3D-printing schools

    Maggie Grout has started an NGO that will 3D-print schools where access to education is not guaranteed.
  18. What weapons are being given to Ukraine by the UK?

    The government is spending £1.3bn on military support, so how much of a difference is it making?
  19. Meghan Markle visits memorial for Texas school shooting victims

    The Duchess of Sussex laid flowers at the memorial for the 19 children and two adults who died.
  20. Africa's week in pictures: 20-26 May 2022

    A selection of the best photos from across Africa and beyond this week.
  21. Radio 1's Adele Roberts on living with her stoma Audrey

    The DJ underwent surgery for bowel cancer and wants to raise awareness of having a colostomy bag.
  22. Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Pompeii victims

    It is an almost complete set of "genetic instructions" from people who died when Mount Vesuvius erupted.
  23. The Unseen Queen: New BBC film shows Royal Family's private family videos

    An intimate look at family life, the documentary explores unique footage filmed by the Royal Family.
  24. Man's double hand transplant is 'space-age stuff'

    Steven Gallagher, 48, has a new lease of life after undergoing pioneering surgery last December.
  25. Sue Gray report: 'I wish I'd taken a fine to be with my dying husband'

    Bereaved families call on the PM to quit, saying he has treated them like 'dirt' over Sue Gray's report.
  26. Josh Cavallo: Proud my coming out inspired Jake Daniels

    Australian Josh Cavallo became the only current openly gay professional footballer after he came out last year.
  27. Russian oligarchs: Inside K-Cell - the UK police unit raiding their homes

    The BBC gets exclusive access to the crime-fighting team causing "friction" for sanctioned oligarchs
  28. Abba Voyage: The band's virtual concert needs to be seen to be believed

    All four members appear in public for the first time in 14 years, as they launch their Voyage show.
  29. Russian mum's fight to save sons from Putin's war

    Marina had no idea when her sons were conscripted that they would be part of an invasion of Ukraine.
  30. Soaring fertiliser prices force farmers to rethink

    Research into replacements for nitrogen-based fertilisers has been spurred by high prices and climate concerns.
  31. Jessica Ennis-Hill: Why I now train around my period

    Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill launches an app giving women exercises according to their menstrual cycle.
  32. Texas shooting: The teachers who sacrificed their lives to protect children

    Eva Mireles and Irma Garcia were seen trying to shelter their students from the gunfire.
  33. EU's awkward summit: Don't mention Russian oil ban

    The EU's latest sanctions are held up by infighting, but a summit on Monday is unlikely to solve it.
  34. Johnson looking safe - for now

    Tory MPs say they don't want the PM to go, but several more political challenges await him.
  35. Sue Gray report: The unanswered questions about Downing Street parties

    The report provided more information about gatherings but still left some questions unanswered.
  36. The meat and dairy farmers who are going vegan

    Due to animal welfare and environment concerns, some farms are converting to vegan production.
  37. Monkeypox: How UK hospitals are tackling the outbreak

    A network of five specialist NHS hospitals in England is treating some of those infected.
  38. Moonage Daydream: David Bowie taught me how to live again, says film-maker

    Moonage Daydream director Brett Morgen on how David Bowie helped him to recover from a heart attack.
  39. Monaco Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton says wearing jewellery should not be a problem

    Lewis Hamilton says "way too much time" is being devoted to the issue of drivers wearing jewellery in their cars this season.
  40. Champions League final: How Kylian Mbappe fallout has affected Real Madrid's build-up

    This was supposed to be a dream week for Real Madrid, but they have spent lots of time dealing with their failure to sign Kylian Mbappe, says Guillem Balague.
  41. Commonwealth Games: Gymnasts' bar from Birmingham shocks Northern Ireland sport

    The decision to block Rhys McClenaghan and two fellow Northern Ireland gymnasts from this year's Commonwealth Games is causing consternation.
  42. Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool squad is very special, says boss before Champions League final

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaks to BBC Breakfast before the Champions League final against Real Madrid on Saturday in Paris.
  43. Andrew Symonds: Tributes paid to former Australia cricketer at public memorial service

    Tributes are paid to former Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds at a public memorial service held in Queensland.
  44. Cost of Living: Rishi Sunak quizzed on why wealthy get £400 energy bill discount

    The chancellor defends plans to help with the cost of living, which includes a universal £400 energy bill discount.
  45. Chris Mason: What was behind Sunak's mini Budget?

    The chancellor's support package is significant, expensive and has left some of his MPs a bit uncomfortable.
  46. How do I get the £400 energy grant and the £650 one-off payment?

    The chancellor says the new support will help with soaring bills, so how will you receive the money?
  47. Cost of living crisis: Sheerness cafe owner sleeps on shop floor to save money

    Steve Jackson skips meals to help pay the rent on his vintage tea shop in Sheerness High Street.
  48. Energy prices: How will the £5bn windfall tax work?

    The UK government is imposing a £5bn windfall tax on energy companies, this is how it will work.
  49. Cost of living: Is the government package really worth £37bn?

    The chancellor has outlined a package of measures to support people struggling with the cost of living.
  50. What is the energy price cap and why are bills going up so much?

    All households will receive a £400 discount on their fuel bills, as part of help with rising costs.
  51. How does the UK compare to other nations?

    European countries have taken different approaching to higher energy bills.
  52. Every household to get energy bill discounts of £400 this autumn

    The poorest will also get a lump-sum of £650 to help with the cost of living, Rishi Sunak says.
  53. Campaigner and writer Jack Monroe meets food bank users

    Campaigner and writer Jack Monroe meets food bank users at a centre in Essex.
  54. Cost of living: 'My daughter won't ask me for money for sanitary products'

    A mother explains how she can't make ends meet as data suggests more people are struggling.
  55. Norfolk and Suffolk residents turn to social shops and pawnbrokers

    A mother-of-three says she has had to sell belongings and use a social supermarket to get by.
  56. Fry-up breakfast costs 40p more than last year

    Supermarket food prices are rising at the fastest pace since 2009, says research firm Kantar.
  57. How can I offer a UK home to Ukrainian refugees?

    The government has launched two schemes to let Ukrainian refugees come to the UK.
  58. Donbas: Why Russia is trying to capture eastern Ukraine

    With fighting intensifying in eastern Ukraine, why is the region so essential for Russian success?
  59. Narva: The Estonian border city where Nato and the EU meet Russia

    Thousands of Ukrainians have streamed into Narva in Estonia, on the very edge of Nato's eastern flank.
  60. How can Ukraine export its harvest to the world?

    Ukraine has crops that could help lower food prices, but there's no easy way of getting them.
  61. How many Ukrainians have fled their homes and where have they gone?

    The UN says more than 14 million people have fled their homes since the Russian invasion.
  62. What sanctions are being imposed on Russia over Ukraine invasion?

    Western nations have imposed severe sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
  63. Ukraine war: Bodies of dead Russian soldiers abandoned near Kyiv

    Shallow graves are discovered on the outskirts of the capital, weeks after Russia's attempted advance.
  64. Ukraine war: Melitopol residents resist Russian occupation

    Partisan groups are carrying out attacks on occupying forces in the south-eastern city of Melitopol.
  65. Ukraine round-up: Russia's food war and dead soldiers abandoned

    Ukraine left to identify dead Russian soldiers, and Moscow suggests a deal to restart food exports.
  66. Could hydrogen ease Germany's reliance on Russian gas?

    Why hydrogen might be one route for Germany to move away from dependence on Russian imports.
  67. Ukraine conflict: What is Nato and how can Finland and Sweden join?

    Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Finland and Sweden have applied to join Nato.
  68. Ukraine war in maps: Tracking the Russian invasion

    Ukrainian troops are under heavy bombardment as Russian forces inch towards key targets.
  69. Ukraine war: What might tip the balance?

    The conflict has become a grinding and bloody affair, with both sides making gains and losses.