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Oct 22, 2018

Trump: US to begin cutting foreign aid over migrant caravan
As a caravan of thousands crosses Mexico, President Trump says the US will reduce aid to the region.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Cristiano Ronaldo rape allegation: Juventus forward says 'lawyers confident'
Cristiano Ronaldo says his "lawyers are confident" as he answers questions at a Juventus news conference about a rape allegation.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Anti-plastic focus 'dangerous distraction' from climate change
Riverford vegetable box boss says more focus should be on cutting carbon, not demonising plastic.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Joachim Ronneberg: Norwegian who stopped Nazis' nuclear plans dies
Joachim Ronneberg, who has died aged 99, led team who sabotaged a Nazi nuclear facility in 1943.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Julian Cole: Three Bedfordshire Police officers sacked
Julian Cole was left brain damaged and paralysed by the incident in Bedford five years ago.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

WTA Finals: Kiki Bertens beats Angelique Kerber as Sloane Stephens beats Naomi Osaka
Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber loses a thrilling final set to Kiki Bertens at the WTA Finals in Singapore.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Theresa May says 95% of Brexit deal is done
The prime minister tells MPs progress is being made, after days of speculation about her job.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Lil Wayne necklace helps art student pay university fees
The art student was "freaking out" when she was asked to make the rapper a birthday present.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Doctor Who: Why has the Rosa Parks episode got people talking?
Sunday's episode of Doctor Who saw Jodie Whittaker meeting civil right activist, Rosa Parks.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Ed Farmer inquest: Student died after 'initiation-style' event
He had been drinking and he died in hospital after being found unconscious, an inquest hears.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Northern Rock mortgages: Homeowners trapped on high interest rates
The Elkins are being forced to sell their house because they've been stuck on high interest rates.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Does it matter what degree grade you get?
There might be twice as many first-class degrees - but how relevant is that to job-hunting students?

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Trump INF: Back to a nuclear arms race?
The decision to walk away from the nuclear treaty holds far-reaching diplomatic consequences.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Brexit: Theresa May says 95% of deal is done
The prime minister tells MPs progress is being made, after days of speculation about her job.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Toddler hurt by discarded needle in Wetherspoon pub
Two-year-old Oscar has been tested for HIV after pricking his finger in a Wetherspoon's, his mum says.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

New Premier Inn chain shrinks rooms in half
Whitbread aims new ZIP chain at travellers on very tight budgets who are willing to sacrifice space.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager wants to 'see out' contract at club
Jose Mourinho says he is "happy" at Manchester United and wants to "see out" contract at the club after being linked with a return to Real Madrid.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Jose Mourinho: Man Utd boss escapes punishment for fracas after Chelsea match
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will not be punished for his part in the stoppage-time fracas at Chelsea but Blues coach Marco Ianni is charged.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

'Wildcat kittens' filmed by hillwalker in Cairngorms
A hillwalker near Lochnagar in Aberdeenshire spotted the litter of young cats.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Samantha Eastwood: Man admits murdering midwife after affair
Samantha Eastwood was found in a shallow grave after being killed by the brother-in-law of her ex-fiancé.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Netflix denies changing posters based on viewers' race
The site responds to claims it's "misleading" users with the choices of promotional shots it offers.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

WTA Finals: Sloane Stephens beats Naomi Osaka in Singapore
American Sloane Stephens beats US Open champion Naomi Osaka in their opening game of the WTA Finals in Singapore.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Norfolk World War One handmade poppy display takes over church
Each poppy, made by volunteers, represents an individual commemorated on Norfolk's war memorials.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Samantha Eastwood: Man admits murdering midwife
Samantha Eastwood was found dead eight days after she went missing following a shift at a hospital.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Prince Harry: Why Australian 'rangas' see the royal as a hero
Fellow redheads have been welcoming Prince Harry with open arms on his Australian tour.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Morrisons loses data leak challenge
The Court of Appeal says the supermarket is liable for a data breach in which staff data was posted online.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Spuds flood Yeovil road as tractor sheds load
The road was closed for about an hour as workers cleared the road of a truckload of potatoes.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui vows to 'fight' on ahead of Sunday's El Clasico
Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui could not say if he will still be in a job for Sunday's El Clasico at Barcelona but vows to "fight" to turn around the club's faltering form.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Five things to know about Red Dead Redemption 2
The hotly anticipated video game is released this week.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Prince Harry 'hopes baby is a girl'
While helping out at the Invictus Games in Sydney, the royal reveals his hopes about his unborn child.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

WSL round-up: Manchester City & Arsenal hit six
Watch a round-up of the best goals from the weekend's action in the Women's Super League as both Manchester City's Georgia Stanway and Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema score hat-tricks.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Julian Cole: Four Bedfordshire Police officers guilty
Julian Cole was left brain damaged and paralysed by the incident in Bedford five years ago.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

A mother's campaign for autism care equality for all
A mother believes her son's death could have been avoided if the nurses and doctors were trained about learning disabilities and autism.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Tyson Fury's brother Tommy has 'big shoes to fill' after turning professional
Tommy Fury, 19, aims to emulate brother Tyson and become world champion as he prepares for pro debut on undercard of Josh Warrington's world title defence with Carl Frampton.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Why to be wary of eating 'pink' lamb
The Food Standards Agency says hundreds of people have become ill after eating the undercooked meat.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

How an ex-heroin addict became a priest in Derby
The Reverend Darren Howie got clean from drug addiction and now helps others as a priest in Derby.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Spondon Post Office blown up by cash machine raiders
Residents near Spondon Post Office were woken by a "terrifying", "loud, subsonic bang".

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Dutch 'silly walks' crossing is a hit
A Dutch town has installed an official 'silly walks' road crossing.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Paisley town centre evacuation caused by 'stink bomb'
The area around The Last Post was cleared after reports of a gas leak but it is thought the smell may have been a "stink bomb".

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Northern Rock: US firm 'misled' UK government on mortgages
BBC's Panorama says a US private equity firm failed to provide better mortgage deals for customers.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Run aground ferry captain and mate suspended
The Red Falcon ran aground on Sunday, weeks after its sister ship tore yachts from their moorings.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Swedish House Mafia are back with new music and a show
The legendary DJs announce they will perform brand new music during live gigs starting in May next year.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Joachim Ronneberg: Norwegian who thwarted Nazi nuclear plan dies
Norway's wartime hero Joachim Ronneberg led a daring raid to stop Hitler's plan for an atomic bomb.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

NFL: Kareem Hunt, Phillip Rivers & Mitch Trubisky star in plays of the week
Kareem Hunt cannot be stopped in this week's NFL plays of the week, which also features Philip Rivers throwing bombs at Wembley and some clever running from Mitch Trubisky.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Robert Sharkey jailed for spending dead woman's £6k on pizza
Robert Sharkey let the body of his neighbour decompose as he used her cash to buy pepperoni pizzas.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

MPs condemn 'vile' abuse of Theresa May
One colleague said the PM would be "knifed" and another suggested she "bring her own noose" to a meeting.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Radio 1 Teen Awards: Gemma Collins makes a dramatic entrance
After THAT fall last year, it's only right the reality TV star made a big appearance at this year's event.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Will Usain Bolt sign for Central Coast Mariners?
After uncertainty over whether Usain Bolt will sign a professional contract with Central Coast Mariners - Newsround asks if the Olympic gold medallist can make it as a footballer...

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Isle of Wight ferry captain and mate suspended
The Red Falcon ran aground on Sunday, weeks after its sister ship tore yachts from their moorings.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Chloe Atkinson Wilkie death: Drunk mother slept on baby girl
Stacey Atkinson will carry the guilt of her baby's death for the rest of her life, a court hears.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

European Open: Kyle Edmund in tears after beating Gael Monfils
Britain's Kyle Edmund cries on the court after securing his maiden ATP title against Gael Monfils at the European Open in Antwerp.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Brexit: May says getting deal all about UK's future, not hers
The prime minister will tell MPs progress is being made after a weekend of speculation about her job.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Sarah Jane Wellgreen: 200 join search for missing mum
About 200 people join the search for Sarah Jane Wellgreen who disappeared nearly two weeks ago.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Dr Martens' profits march forward
The British footwear firm, which sells in 58 countries, sees sales and earnings rise.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Simon Mayo and Jo Whiley Radio 2 Drivetime show to end
Simon Mayo is leaving Radio 2 but will continue to present the film show on Radio 5 Live.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Khashoggi death: Saudi Arabia says journalist was murdered
A senior minister blames a "rogue operation" as pressure mounts over the death of Jamal Khashoggi.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Amritsar train crash: India searches for blame after crowd mowed down
Hundreds of festival-goers stood on a track unaware a train was heading for them them at full speed.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

'Treatment may extend advanced breast cancer survival'
Combining a drug with hormone therapy may extend the lives of some women with advanced breast cancer.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Top Gear: McGuinness and Flintoff announced as new hosts
Paddy McGuinness and Andrew "Freddie' Flintoff are announced as new hosts of the driving show.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Why some sexual abuse survivors shunned Australia's apology
The apology to tens of thousands of sexual abuse survivors left many feeling conflicted.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Liverpool mayor: Rough sleepers should be protected
People sleeping rough should be a "protected category", says Liverpool's mayor Joe Anderson.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

News Daily: Smoking firm 'hypocrisy' and Khashoggi murdered
Your morning briefing for Monday 22 October 2018.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2018

Chris Hemsworth picks up US hitchhiker in Australia
Musician Scott Hildebrand got a helicopter lift in Australia with the superhero film star.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Addison Lee plans self-driving taxis by 2021
The taxi firm is pitting itself against rival Uber in a race to offer self-driving car services.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

In pictures: The bookshops of Scotland
Photographer Celeste Noche's pictures of bookshops and libraries in Scotland.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

We have FOMOMG - do you?
Three people tell us what it's like to experience the "Fear Of Missing Out [on] My Goals".

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Who will help rebuild the city of Raqqa?
A year after its recapture from Islamic State forces, the Syrian city remains largely ruined.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Five things to know for the week ahead
Your Monday briefing on the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Star duo bring Laurel and Hardy to a new generation
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly play the comedy duo in Stan & Ollie.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Australia sexual abuse: National apology delivered to victims
The national apology is for tens of thousands of children who were sexually abused over decades.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

UK urged to take back Islamic State 'foreign fighters'
US General Patrick Roberson also urged the UK to repatriate two Londoners dubbed the "IS Beatles".

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: 'We all breathe misogyny'
Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks about her family, Africa, misogyny and the adaptation of Americanah.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Will the next K-pop star be from the Bronx?
A training centre in New York City is teaching hopefuls on how to break into K-pop.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

University grade inflation to be tackled as first-class degrees rise
A new rating system will consider how students are graded, as the number of first-class degrees soars.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Government to examine university grade inflation
A new rating system will consider how students are graded, as the number of first-class degrees soars.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Jamal Khashoggi death: Saudi Arabia says journalist was murdered
A senior minister blames a "rogue operation" as pressure mounts over the death of Jamal Khashoggi.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Infected blood victims' support payments 'must increase'
Victims of the NHS scandal have written to the health secretary asking for an immediate increase in support.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

'Super-sized' mice threaten seabird colonies with extinction
Overgrown mice are killing millions of chicks on the remote Gough Island in the South Atlantic.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Dark disappearances: How Saudi critics keep going missing
In the wake of Jamal Khashoggi's death, BBC Arabic looks at how Saudi Arabia has dealt with its citizens who criticise it from abroad.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Midterms: Is Russia still meddling in US elections?
How credible are claims that candidates are being hacked in the run-up to the US mid-term elections?

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Midterms: Is Russia still meddling in US politics?
How credible are clams that candidates are being hacked in the run-up to the US mid-term elections?

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Meet the artist whose brain makes him paint all night
Wayne Sheppard had never painted until he had seizure two years ago. Now he can't stop.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

GoPro boss: 'The market dictates the product we sell'
Whatever product you design, your customers will dictate what sells, says GoPro boss Nick Woodman.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

'The market dictates the product we sell'
Whatever product you design, your customers will dictate what sells, says GoPro boss Nick Woodman

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Could big-game fishing return to the UK?
Huge bluefin tuna are being caught again in British waters - but can they be fished sustainably?

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

'I battled giant tuna for four hours and let it go'
A Guernsey angler reels in an endangered Atlantic bluefin tuna.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

The £1.3bn finance firm that was conceived in a pub
After Samir Desai told two friends his idea for a business over a few pints, the three of them went on to establish lending firm Funding Circle.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Why do governments underspend on big projects?
UK governments are not good at putting the amount into capital investments that they say they are going to.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Budget 2018: Why is it so hard to spend money on roads and rail?
UK governments are not good at putting the amount into capital investments that they say they are going to.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Budget 2018: Everything you need to know
When is the Budget, what is it, and why does it matter? Your guide to the chancellor's big day.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Philip Morris accused of hypocrisy over anti-smoking ad
Philip Morris says its campaign is "an important next step" in its aim to stop selling cigarettes.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Indianapolis zoo lioness kills father of her three cubs
Lioness Zuri attacked the father of her cubs, Nyack, who had lived with her for eight years.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Jamal Khashoggi death: Saudi Arabia say journalist was murdered
The foreign minister blames rogue agents as pressure mounts over the death of Jamal Khashoggi.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Match of the Day 2: Jordan Pickford admits 'forgetting' to do penalty research
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford reveals all to Match of the Day 2 pundits after saving Luka Milivojevic's penalty during their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

The Papers: Brexit revolt warning and Beckhams' break-in scare
The latest Brexit wranglings and security concerns for the Beckhams are among Monday's front page stories.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Premier League stats: Ryan Sessegnon and the millennials making an impact
The youngsters who might make you feel old, Huddersfield fans need entertainment and another hit-making Manchester duo.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Cardiff-Glasgow kit clash an 'out-and-out disgrace' - Gareth Anscombe
It was an "out-and-out disgrace" to allow Glasgow to wear a similar kit to Cardiff in their Champions Cup game, says Blues fly-half Gareth Anscombe.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Garth Crooks' team of the week: Salah, Fernandinho, Ake & Lloris
Who does Garth Crooks absolutely adore? Which Tottenham player has extraordinary ability? Who which overrated international still makes the team?

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Hamilton misses out on F1 title win at US GP
Lewis Hamilton's wait for fifth world title goes on as Kimi Raikkonen wins United States Grand Prix.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2018

Lewis Hamilton must wait for fifth world title as Kimi Raikkonen wins in United States
Lewis Hamilton's wait for a fifth world title goes on as Kimi Raikkonen wins the United States Grand Prix.

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