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Mar 25, 2019

Brexit: PM under pressure over Commons Brexit votes
Ministers "more positive" about a vote on the PM's deal this week - but the DUP is still against it.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake
The mistake only became apparent when the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Brexit: PM to make statement in Commons
A source indicates the cabinet is "more positive" about the chance of a third vote on the PM's deal.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

BA plane lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake
The mistake only became apparent when the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Seven charts showing Blackburn, Bolton & Birmingham's financial problems
As Bolton, Blackburn and Birmingham's finances hit the news, football finance expert Kieran Maguire looks at how they reached this point.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Watch: Lamb's 'desperation' half-court buzzer-beater stuns Raptors
Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lamb keeps his team in contention for a play-off place as his half-court buzzer beater secures a 114-115 win over the Toronto Raptors.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Kezia Dugdale's homophobia claim about blogger's tweet 'absurd'
Blogger Stuart Campbell takes the former Scottish Labour leader to court after she publicly called his tweets "homophobic".

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Automation could replace 1.5 million jobs, says ONS
The jobs of women, the young and part-time workers are most at risk from automation, the ONS says.

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Mar 25, 2019

IAAF testosterone rule 'humiliating and harmful' - United Nations
The United Nations says plans to classify female athletes by their testosterone levels, put forward by athletics' governing body, "contravene international human rights".

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Mar 25, 2019

Dr Dre removes university boast post about daughter
He said his daughter got in to USC "all on her own" but was criticised over large college donation.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Brexit: Cabinet meets amid pressure on May
It comes after a weekend of speculation about the PM's leadership and claims of a plot to oust her.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Mueller report: Trump triumphant after being cleared of collusion
The US president claims he was exonerated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

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Mar 25, 2019

Thunder three points clear after dramatic win over Wasps - Superleague round-up
Manchester Thunder go three points clear at the top, Wasps slip to third and tight wins for Lightning and Mavericks

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Seven injured as Gaza rocket hits home in central Israel
It is the furthest a Palestinian rocket has reached in Israel since a 2014 conflict in Gaza.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Scott Walker, influential rock enigma, dies aged 76
The US singer, one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, was hugely influential.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Rock enigma Scott Walker dies aged 76
The US singer, one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, was hugely influential.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

British no more: Why some UK citizens face Brexit dilemma
Austria rarely allows dual citizenship, and for some Britons this is a problem.

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Mar 25, 2019

Majestic Wine to close stores and rebrand as Naked
The wine retailer is planning to rename itself Naked Wines and focus on its online business.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Big Sean talks about struggle with anxiety and depression
Sean says he has coped with mental health issues for many years but needed professional help in 2018.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Sackler Trust suspends new UK donations
The Sackler family halts new charitable donations and denies claims it helped fuel the US opioid crisis.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

'The biggest EU story since the fall of the Berlin wall'
Two foreign correspondents in Brussels gave us the European view on covering Brexit

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Harry Potter: Tonna fan bags memorabilia world record
A YouTuber amasses a collection of more than 3,600 items to "Slytherin" to the record books.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Meet Northern Ireland's first amputee football club
Belfast Amputee Football Club is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

'Horrible' & 'toxic' atmosphere as Scotland labour to win in San Marino
Billy Dodds says he was taken aback by the "toxic" atmosphere as Scotland beat San Marino 2-0.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

News Daily: Trump cleared of Russia conspiracy and May to meet cabinet
Your morning briefing for 25 March 2019.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Christchurch attack: New Zealand's Ardern orders top-level inquiry
Jacinda Ardern orders the highest level of public inquiry to examine if more could have been done.

BBC Front Page
Mar 25, 2019

Brexit: Cabinet to meet amid pressure on May
It comes after a weekend of speculation about the PM's leadership and claims of a plot to oust her.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Cyclone Veronica: Destructive winds and rain lash Australia
Cyclone Veronica has brought destructive winds and torrential rains, prompting safety warnings.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Anglesey man's autism helped by mountain hikes
He's 47 and can't wash, feed or dress himself - but long walks help Spencer Kay come into his own.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Bisexuality: 'A straight couple raped me because I'm bi'
Sali shares her story with Radio 1 Newsbeat as part of our new documentary Battling To Be Bi.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Brexit: What is Common Market 2.0?
What do politicians mean when they talk about Common Market 2.0 or a Norway plus solution?

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

What's happening this week?
Our round-up of the world's most interesting news events of the next seven days.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Instagram cleaners: Using housework as therapy
Harriet Knock shares cleaning tips on Instagram and encourages people to talk about mental health.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Preventable deaths? The story of Grenfell Tower flat 113
Firefighters risked their lives to save residents of Grenfell Tower, but could they have rescued more than they did?

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Delhi Crime: New drama tells story of bus rape investigation
A new series follows the woman who led the investigation into a brutal attack that shocked the world.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Drugs smuggled into Guys Marsh prison in dead rats
The find shows the extraordinary lengths criminals will go to smuggle drugs, the Prison Service says.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Tim Peake joins Scouts Association to launch a new science badge for scouts.
Tim Peake says the new science badge for scouts will help highlight different career opportunities for the youth.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

10 years of Grindr: A rocky relationship
A look back at the highs and lows from the first 10 years of dating app Grindr.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

MPs' expenses editor 'more resolute' after Queen talk
The editor who broke the MPs' expenses scandal says a royal chat encouraged him to keep investigating.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Knife crime: Tony Blair says police losing knife crime battle
The former prime minister says "the emergency" means he is more worried about his own children.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba
The couple are the first members of the royal family to visit the country in an official capacity.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Might this Nazi-stolen painting be returned?
The Uffizi Gallery has replaced it with a copy, and the exact location of the original is a mystery.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Figges Marsh 'shooting': Woman and girl, 11, injured
Police are trying to trace a group of people seen in Figges Marsh, London, before shots were fired.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Girl, 11, injured in pellet gun shooting
Police are trying to trace a group of people seen in Figges Marsh, London, before shots were fired.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Mueller report: Trump cleared of conspiring with Russia
Robert Mueller's report finds no evidence of collusion but does not exonerate Mr Trump of obstruction.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Happy workers try harder says former Saracens rugby player
A happy workplace culture means better productivity, says former Saracens rugby player turned beer boss Alistair Hargreaves.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

'Make people want to try harder'
If you have a happy workplace culture, staff will work harder, says beer firm boss Alistair Hargreaves.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

'Muslims don't date, we marry'
The British entrepreneur who has set up a global dating app specifically for Muslims.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Invoice scams hit 40% of firms, says report
Scams take place when fraudsters trick firms into transferring money by posing as legitimate payees.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

First and second class stamp prices rise
Royal Mail had to apologise for the rise which broke Ofcom rules, but said the increase was kept to a minimum.

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Mar 24, 2019

'At 11 years old, my dad sold me for sex'
After years of abuse, Kayti shares the horrors she lived through in a US town and how she finally got out.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Mueller report: President Trump 'did not conspire with Russia'
Robert Mueller's report finds no evidence of collusion; but does not exonerate Trump of obstruction.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Newspaper headlines: May's premiership and 'children damaged by cannabis'
The newspapers again focus on Theresa May's position ahead of a critical week for Brexit.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

We expect hostile environment in Montenegro - Southgate
Gareth Southgate says England's young players need to prepare for a "hostile environment" when they play in Montenegro on Monday.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

O'Sullivan wins Tour Championship to top rankings for first time since 2010
Ronnie O'Sullivan becomes world number one for the first time since 2010 with victory over Neil Robertson in the final of the Tour Championship.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Halep to face Venus Williams in Miami last 16
Simona Halep moves closer to regaining the world number one spot by coming from a set down to beat Polona Hercog at the Miami Open.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Late Magennis goal gives Northern Ireland win over Belarus
An 87th-minute Josh Magennis goal gives Northern Ireland a 2-1 victory over Belarus and sees them top Group C with two wins from two.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Thailand election: Pro-military political party takes lead
Palang Pracha Rath Party gains more than seven million votes, preliminary election results show.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Fans booing caused nerves in Scotland win over San Marino, says McLeish
Scotland's play was affected by nerves as a result of fans booing during the 2-0 win in San Marino, says boss Alex McLeish.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Kenyan science teacher Peter Tabichi wins global prize
A science teacher who gives most of his salary to support poor pupils wins the Global Teacher Prize.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Tottenham: A glimpse inside Spurs' new £1bn state-of-the-art stadium
Tottenham opened their long-awaited new stadium with a test event on Sunday; BBC Sport's Simon Stone went along and found a club ready for a fresh start.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Trump-Russia inquiry: President 'did not conspire with Russia'
The president's campaign "did not conspire" with Russia during the 2016 election, Robert Mueller's report says.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Watch: Liverpool legend Gerrard scores winner on Anfield return
Liverpool icon and Rangers manager Steven Gerrard scores at Anfield for the first time in five years, in a charity game against AC Milan Legends.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Harry Potter proposal proves a winner
Ben Griffiths surprised girlfriend Nia Roderick by commissioning sand artist Marc Traenor to propose.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

McLeish booed as Scotland labour to win in San Marino
Scotland boss Alex McLeish is booed as his side labour to a Euro 2020 qualifying win over minnows San Marino.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

San Marino 0-2 Scotland: Alex McLeish booed despite win
Scotland boss Alex McLeish is booed as his side labour to a Euro 2020 qualifying win over minnows San Marino.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Williams retains Wales captaincy despite being dropped for win over Slovakia
Wales manager Ryan Giggs says Ashley Williams will keep the captaincy despite dropping him for the Euro 2020 qualifying win over Slovakia.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Premiership: Exeter Chiefs 29-10 Bath
Exeter score 26 unanswered points against Bath to extend their lead at the top of the Premiership table.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Who are Scotland's best perfomers? Have your say
Rate the players as Alex McLeish's Scotland try and bounce back against San Marino in Euro 2020 qualifying.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

'Sexist' cycle safety campaign sparks storm
An attempt by the German transport ministry to mix sex with cycle helmets meets a mixed response.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Wales 1-0 Slovakia: Ryan Giggs' side begin qualifying campaign with win
Wales beat one of their main Euro 2020 qualifying rivals Slovakia thanks to Daniel James' first-half strike in Cardiff.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Norway cruise ship arrives at port after passenger airlifts
Hundreds of passengers were airlifted to safety after the ship got into difficulty on Saturday.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Pinner stabbing: Shop worker killed during robbery
Police described the attack outside the newsagents as a "violent robbery that escalated".

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Brexit: Ministers tipped to replace Theresa May rally round
Michael Gove says it is "not the time" to change leader and David Lidington says he is "100% behind" her.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Arsenal thrash Liverpool to move top of WSL
Beth Mead scores twice as Arsenal move top of the Women's Super League with a resounding victory at Liverpool.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

'My skull is still humming' - Newcastle's Schar receives emergency first aid from opponent
Swiss player Fabian Schaer lay unconscious with his tongue stuck down his throat at the Euro 2020 qualifier.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Brexit: Ministers back Theresa May amid reports of 'coup'
The chancellor, the Brexit secretary and the PM's de facto deputy say she can still get her withdrawal deal through.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Australia's Warner scores 85 on IPL return
Australia batsman David Warner scores 85 on his IPL comeback after missing last year's tournament for his involvement in a ball-tampering scandal.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Bromsgrove Sporting: Jason Cowley scores spectacular goal for non-league side
Watch a skilful goal scored by Jason Cowley for Bromsgrove Sporting, a team playing in the Southern League Division One Central, the eighth tier of English football.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Driver stranded at high tide on Holy Island causeway
The man had attempted to drive across in a campervan an hour after the safe crossing time ended.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Brexit: Ministers back Theresa May amid reports of a coup
The chancellor, the Brexit secretary and the PM's de facto deputy defend the prime minister's position.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Norway cruise ship heads to port after passenger airlifts
The vessel got into difficult off Norway's coast and hundreds of passengers were airlifted off.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Cyclone Idai: What the aftermath looks like
BBC reporter Pumza Fihlani gives a glimpse of what the trail of destruction in Mozambique looks like.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Yellow vest protests: Injured protester's family to press charges
The 73-year-old woman was seriously injured at a banned yellow vest protest in Nice.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Mum begs thief for daughter's lock of hair from stolen bag
Kirsty Baldwin said the lock of hair was "all we had left" of her two-year-old daughter who died.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Britons tell of 'frightening' Norway cruise ship rescue
Some 200 Britons are among those rescued from a cruise ship stranded off the Norwegian coast.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Brexit: Theresa May urged to quit to help deal pass
Senior Tories may back the PM's deal if they know she will not lead the next stage of EU negotiations.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Murder inquiry as man stabbed to death in Pinner
The man was found stabbed to death in a property in Pinner, north-west London, at about 06:00 GMT.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Huge fossil discovery made in China's Hubei province
The fossils found on a river bed in eastern China are estimated to be about 518 million years old.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

The Great Escape remembered 75 years on
Only three Allied prisoners managed to escape the German PoW camp, 50 were executed.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Jenny Lewis: 'I'm a barf bag poet'
The singer discusses writing a "rebound album" on scraps of paper and aeroplane sick bags.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Man found stabbed to death in Pinner
The man was found stabbed to death in a property in Pinner, north-west London, at about 06:00 GMT.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

England thrash Sri Lanka in first women's T20 after hosts dismissed for 94
England cruise to an eight-wicket victory after dismissing the hosts for just 94 in the first Twenty20 international in Sri Lanka.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Miami Open: Serena Williams withdraws, Naomi Osaka knocked out, Petra Kvitova wins
Eight-time winner Serena Williams withdraws from the Miami Open because of injury, as world number one Naomi Osaka suffers a shock exit.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Golden State Warriors suffer heaviest home defeat since 2007
Golden State Warriors suffer their worst defeat of the season, losing 126-91 at home to the Dallas Mavericks.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Golden State Warriors suffer worst defeat since 2007
Golden State Warriors suffer their worst defeat of the season, losing 126-91 at home to the Dallas Mavericks.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Banksy-style artwork the talk of Portstewart
Local traders say mystery guerrilla street art is bringing more tourists to the north coast town.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Erdington crash: Children, aged 3 and 5, among injured
Five people are taken to hospital following a crash involving a people carrier and a car in Birmingham.

BBC Front Page
Mar 24, 2019

Mueller report: US Congress awaits key findings from Attorney General Barr
The Attorney General is expected to submit key conclusions from the report on Sunday.

BBC Front Page
Mar 23, 2019

Brexit: May urged to quit to help deal pass
Senior Tories may back the PM's deal if they know she will not lead the next stage of EU negotiations.

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