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Apr 26, 2019

P&O sues UK government over no-deal Brexit ferry case
The ferry firm is claiming a rival was unlawfully handed £33m of taxpayers' money.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Steel plant explosion: Two hurt at Tata in Port Talbot
The blast came from a train used to carry molten metal at the Port Talbot site, Tata says.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Sri Lanka bombings ringleader died in hotel attack, president says
An Islamist preacher said to have planned Sunday's bombings died in one of the attacks, Sri Lanka's president says.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Raisman criticises new head of USA Gymnastics for comments on Nassar sexual abuse case
Olympic gold medallist Aly Raisman criticises the new head of USA Gymnastics for an "oversimplification" of the Larry Nassar abuse case.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Tiffany's ram raid: Van driven into London jewellery store
A van is driven into the west London store in the early hours before thieves on mopeds stole items.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Port Talbot explosion: Two hurt at Tata steelworks
The blast came from a train used to carry molten metal at the Port Talbot site.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

News Daily: Huawei leak probe, and William speaks of mosque attacks
Your morning briefing for 26 April 2019.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Kyler Murray: Arizona Cardinals pick multi-sport star first overall in 2019 NFL draft
Meet Kyler Murray, the quarterback who played both American football and baseball in college, and has been selected first overall by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2019 NFL draft.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Port Talbot Tata steelworks: Two hurt in explosion
Police receive "numerous" reports of a blast at the Port Talbot site.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

Cyber-flashing: 'I froze when penis picture dropped on to my phone'
What happened when a stranger AirDropped a picture of his naked body onto my phone.

BBC Front Page
Apr 26, 2019

North Korea summit: Kim accuses US of 'bad faith'
Kim Jong-un said peace on the Korean peninsula would depend entirely on Washington's future attitude.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Port Talbot Tata steelworks: Police attend 'blast'
Police said they are "aware" of an incident at the steel plant and emergency services are attending.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Huawei row: Top civil servant demands leak inquiry co-operation
The letter from Sir Mark Sedwell comes amid mounting pressure for a more robust response to the Huawei leaks.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Prince William visits Christchurch mosque
The duke describes the shootings, which killed 50 people, as "an "unspeakable act of hate".

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Marina loses her Diamonds and finds herself
The singer explains why going back to school helped her reclaim her pop crown.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Climate change: Is Greta Thunberg right about UK carbon emissions?
Teenager Greta Thunberg said the UK's carbon emissions reduction relied on "creative accounting".

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Blue Peter: Richie Driss announced as new presenter
Richie Driss will make his debut on the children's show on 16 May, CBBC confirms.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Two degrees now needed to get higher pay
The salary advantage for young people getting a degree is twice as big for postgraduates.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Council elections: 'Not enough' women and minorities stand
The average councillor is 59, white and probably called David or John.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Surrogacy: Are babies at risk because of a lack of rules?
Surrogacy has boomed recently, but there are concerns a lack of international rules puts babies at risk.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Africa's week in pictures: 19-25 April 2019
A selection of photos from across Africa and of Africans elsewhere this week.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Skin positivity: How I got comfortable with my acne
Abbie is embracing her acne as she heads on a night out for the first time without make-up.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Quiz of the Week: Which big thinker influenced K-pop chart-toppers BTS?
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Syndrome without a name: The boy who baffles doctors
Charlie Parkes is one of about 6,000 children a year born with a condition so rare it is undiagnosed.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

What we've learnt about Africa, freedom and security
Research suggests many Africans are willing to give up their freedom if it means they get more security.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

How a missed council tax bill of £167 can cost £2,065
Citizens Advice calls for a change in the rules that mean a full year's bill is levied after a missed payment.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Tracking the toxic air that's killing millions
Artificial intelligence is giving us more accurate air pollution forecasts, potentially saving lives.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Do lesbians need more safe spaces?
Across the UK, lesbian night clubs have been closing rapidly, leaving LGBT women with little choice for a night out.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Royal baby: What do we know?
With Meghan and Harry's baby potentially imminent, here's what we know so far.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

The squirrels being raised among kittens in Crimea
When a Crimean petting zoo was given four orphaned squirrels, it decided to raise them alongside kittens.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Japan emperor: Why a woman can't take the throne
The abdication of Emperor Akihito has reignited debate on Japan's male-only succession rule.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Newspaper headlines: Huawei leak probe and Sri Lanka warning
The investigation into the Huawei leaks leads many of the newspapers, as ministers deny involvement.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Mo Farah's coach says athlete was victim of attack in Haile Gebrselassie's hotel
Mo Farah's coach says the four-time Olympic champion was involved in an altercation at Haile Gebrselassie's hotel but was the victim of an attack.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Farah was 'victim of attack' at Gebrselassie hotel, says coach
Mo Farah's coach says the four-time Olympic champion was involved in an altercation at Haile Gebrselassie's hotel but was the victim of an attack.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Scared Sri Lanka honeymooners 'just want to get home'
Newlyweds are on edge after the Easter Sunday bombings which killed more than 250 people.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Europe and nationalism: A country-by-country guide
Ahead of the May European elections, a country-by-country guide to the advance of nationalist parties.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

World Championship 2019: Neil Robertson takes two-frame lead over Shaun Murphy
In-form Neil Robertson leads Shaun Murphy 5-3 in the opening last-16 tie at this year's World Championship.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Amazon posts fourth quarter of record profit
The online retailer and cloud computing provider said net profit more than doubled to $3.56bn

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Cyprus: Man confesses to killing seven women and girls
An army officer confesses to killing seven women and girls with a body discovered on Thursday.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Sir Ian McKellen stages free show for 80 octogenarians
The actor marks his 80th birthday with a special show at the Norwich Playhouse.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Sterling wins award for stance against racism
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling receives an award for his stance against racism and says an "example" must be set.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Extinction Rebellion activists end London protests
A "closing ceremony" takes place in Hyde Park to mark the conclusion of Extinction Rebellion's action.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

How the US military's opium war in Afghanistan was lost
The US has spent $1.5m a day fighting the opium war in Afghanistan. Why is business still booming?

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

France's Macron responds to yellow vests with promise of reforms
France's president responds to five months of weekly protests against economic inequality.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Extinction Rebellion London activists gather as protests end
A "closing ceremony" takes place in Hyde Park to mark the end of Extinction Rebellion's action in London.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

NI power sharing talks expected
It is understood the British and Irish governments plan new talks in the wake of Lyra McKee murder.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Huawei row: Inquiry 'being held' into National Security Council leak
A formal investigation is under way into leak from National Security Council meeting, the BBC learns.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Huawei row: Inquiry to be held into National Security Council leak
Several ministers deny being involved in leaking information from a National Security Council meeting.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Crossrail to be finished without Bond Street 'by March 2021'
The new £17.6bn railway across London had been due to open in December.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Political talks plan for Northern Ireland expected
It is understood the British and Irish governments plan new talks in the wake of Lyra McKee murder.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Cyclone Kenneth: Storm-battered Mozambique hit again
Cyclone Kenneth makes landfall in north Mozambique just weeks after another storm killed hundreds.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Liverpool to slip up against Terriers? DJ Melvin Odoom takes on Lawro
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Radio 1 DJ Melvin Odoom in his Premier League predictions.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Macron announces 'fairer, more humane' reforms in response to yellow vests
France's president responds to five months of weekly protests against economic inequality.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Extinction Rebellion Protests: What happened?
Campaigners have said to expect more action from the group "very soon".

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Huawei row: 'Inquiry to be held' into National Security Council leak
Cabinet sources tell the BBC a formal inquiry will be held into leak from National Security Council.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Extinction Rebellion London activists gather to end protests
Crowds gather in Hyde Park to mark the end of Extinction Rebellion's action in London.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Rayleigh stabbing: Off-duty police officer knifed multiple times
A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after the stabbing in Rayleigh, Essex.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

ASOS bulldog clipped dress causes a fuss online
Fashion retailer ASOS was caught out by a sharp-eyed shopper who noticed the bulldog clips left on the dress.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Clothes worth £60,000 donated anonymously to charity shop
Several bags of clothes - including pieces by Mulberry and other fashion houses - were donated.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

'I was on medication for two years' - Christie reveals battle with depression and anxiety
British speed skater Elise Christie reveals she suffered depression and anxiety for two years.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

'I was on medication for two years' - skater Christie reveals battle with depression and anxiety
British speed skater Elise Christie reveals she suffered depression and anxiety for two years.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

G4S driver admits stealing £1m in cash from van
Joel March took the cash from the vehicle after parking it in Clapham, south-west London.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Lewis Hamilton: 'I can see myself' in Charles Leclerc
Lewis Hamilton says Ferrari's Charles Leclerc reminds him of himself in his own debut season in Formula 1.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Could this be the new Panenka? Brisbane player scores a cheeky penalty
Brisbane Roar midfielder Eric Bautheac scores a cheeky penalty during their A-League game with Adelaide United

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

UK warns against all but essential Sri Lanka travel
The UK advises against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka after the Easter Sunday bombings.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

TV's Chris Packham condemns dead crows hung from gate
Naturalist Chris Packham posted a photo of the crows on social media, saying opponents are "lashing out".

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Mollie King: Dyslexia made reading aloud 'scary and intimidating'
The BBC Radio 1 presenter says reading out loud in school was the "most scary, intimidating time."

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

'My team is the team of the season' - Klopp hails his 'outstanding' Liverpool stars
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side could have had up to seven further players in the PFA Team of the Year for 2018-19.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Huawei leak row: Government 'cannot exclude' criminal investigation
A cabinet minister condemns the leaks from a National Security Council meeting about a UK 5G network.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Driver charged after £1m in cash stolen from G4S van
A man is said to have taken the cash from the vehicle after parking it in south-west London.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Lyra McKee: What's next for Northern Ireland?
The pressure is on to restore power-sharing - but will the latest killing be a watershed or a false dawn?

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Extinction Rebellion: London Stock Exchange blocked by climate activists
Protesters glued themselves to each other and to the building in the City of London.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Measles: 'My baby's eyes were swollen shut'
Jilly Moss's daughter Alba spent eight days in a London hospital after contracting the viral illness.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Russia's Facebook is now balanced, as all things should be
Social media website VKontakte temporarily removes 400,000 users by mimicking Avengers: Infinity War.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Cyclone Kenneth: East Africa residents brace for deadly storm
An intense tropical cyclone system is expected to bring hurricane-strength winds and heavy rain.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Players asked to send evidence of racist online abuse to PFA
Players are asked to send evidence of racist online abuse to the Professional Footballers' Association to demonstrate the severity of the issue.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Who do you think should be the Premier League player of the year?
Who should win the PFA Player of the Year award? Have your say and see who our pundits choose?

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

James Bond 25: Rami Malek joins cast and Phoebe Waller-Bridge to co-write
The Oscar winner is confirmed for the 25th James Bond film, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge will co-write.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

'Always be kind' says man who invited widow to his table
Praise pours in for a diner who invited an elderly woman sitting alone to eat with his friends.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

G4S security worker 'stole £1m cash from own van'
A man is said to have taken cash from the vehicle after parking it in south-west London.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Student visa cheat claims 'putting our lives on hold'
Many say they have been falsely accused, and given no opportunity to clear their name.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

US election 2020: Joe Biden launches presidential bid, joining crowded field
The former vice-president declares his White House run with a rebuke of Donald Trump.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Dead whale was tangled in rope in East Lothian for 'months'
Experts said the mammal, found in East Lothian, had become very weak and had the most parasites they had ever seen.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Huawei 5G row: Government 'cannot exclude' criminal investigation
A cabinet minister condemns the leaks from a National Security Council meeting about a UK 5G network.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

RSPCA rescues 4,000 exotic pets in one year
The animal welfare charity RSPCA says it received 15,000 calls about exotic animals in 2018 alone.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

US election 2020: Joe Biden launches presidential bid
The former vice-president becomes the 20th candidate for the Democratic nomination.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Prince William meets Christchurch attack survivors in New Zealand
The Duke of Cambridge speaks to those affected by the New Zealand mosque attacks, which left 50 dead.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Sri Lanka attacks: Sister of 'ringleader' deplores attack
Zahran Hashim, a radical preacher, is accused of being behind bombings that killed more than 350 people.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Knife crime offences at record level in 2018, police crime data shows
Police in England and Wales record 40,829 offences - up 6% from the year before, figures show.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

'End pensioner benefits to help young', peers say
The bond between the generations could be undermined if government policies are not fairer, peers say.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Tenerife cave: Son leads police to bodies of mother and brother
The bodies of a German woman and another son were found, and the boys' father is arrested.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Knife crime offences at record level in 2018, crime data shows
Police in England and Wales record 40,829 offences - up 6% from the year before, figures show.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Australia's Daily Telegraph prints rival's pages by mistake
Australia's Daily Telegraph apologises after Sydney Morning Herald pages appear in its Thursday edition.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

'I don't think he should be even close to this team' - PFA Team of the Year reaction
Paul Pogba "should not be close" to the PFA Team of the Year, say our BBC Sport pundits. But who would they select in the side instead?

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Pogba only man not from Man City or Liverpool in PFA Team of the Year
Manchester United's Paul Pogba is named in the PFA Team of the Year 2018-19 - the only man not from either Manchester City or Liverpool.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Pogba only player not from Man City or Liverpool in PFA Team of the Year
Manchester United's Paul Pogba is named in the PFA Team of the Year 2018-19 - the only man not from either Manchester City or Liverpool.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Extinction Rebellion: Climate activists block London Stock Exchange
Protesters have glued themselves to each other and to the building in the City of London.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

'There is life after disability and tragedy' - shot at 16, the wheelchair racer targeting London Marathon glory
Paralysed after being shot as a teenager, British wheelchair racer Johnboy Smith goes for London Marathon glory on Sunday.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

End free TV licences and bus passes for pensioners, peers say
Free TV licences for over-75s and other "outdated" age-related benefits should be scrapped, peers say.

BBC Front Page
Apr 25, 2019

Sainsbury's-Asda merger blocked by regulator
A merger between the supermarkets would be bad for consumers, says UK competition watchdog.

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