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BBC Front Page
May 12, 2021

Israel declares emergency in Lod as unrest spreads
Riots sweep Lod as unrest grows after days of fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

US petrol supplies tighten after Colonial Pipeline hack
Some petrol stations run out of fuel in the US southeast as the Colonial Pipeline remains shut.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Accessibility and outdoor socialising: 'I feel unwelcome in my own city'
Pippa Stacey, 26, faces "all kinds of obstacles" as venues sprawl on to pavements.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Social media firms could face fines over harmful online content
The Online Safety Bill threatens media giants with big fines - but aims to protect political debate.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

The Brits 2021: Great show, shame about the videos
Fans say they loved seeing live music again, but weren't so keen on the pre-taped performances.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Covid: Medic memorial statue unveiled ahead of final finish
The BBC is given a view of the first figure on the planned national emergency services memorial.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Violent crime falls sharply during Covid lockdown - study
Researchers gathered data on violence-related injuries from 133 NHS centres in England and Wales.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Universities could face fines over free speech breaches
Universities in England could face fines if they fail to protect free speech on campus under new legislation.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

US motorists urged not to hoard fuel after pipeline attack
Some petrol stations run out of fuel in the US southeast as the Colonial Pipeline stays down.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Liverpool City Council: Staff at council feared speaking out
Government inspector Max Caller says staff at Liverpool City Council felt intimidated to speak out.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

How Italy's healthcare staff survived the pandemic
Nurses in Italy have been instrumental in helping to fight Covid-19 - but it's taken a heavy toll.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

La Liga: Lionel Messi scores volley as Levante hold Barcelona in six-goal thriller
Watch highlights as Barcelona drop points in the La Liga title race following an entertaining 3-3 draw against Levante, despite Lionel Messi scoring a brilliant first-half volley.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

CEO Secrets: 'Master every aspect of your business'
Windfarm CEO Sarah Merrick says being involved in all areas of her business has paid dividends.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

The papers: Queen's Speech 'backlash' and Fred West cops dig
Many papers react to the Queen's Speech as some report on a search for possible victim of Fred West.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Freemasons: Young people 'on waiting lists' to join notoriously secretive society
The first report by Freemasons in 300 years shows it is popular with young people.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

India coronavirus: 'My city is under siege from Covid'
The BBC's Vikas Pandey has called Delhi home for more than a decade - but Covid has changed everything.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Furniture Poverty: millions living without essential items
In the UK more than two million people experience furniture povert yet it's rarely spoken about.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Female football fans share experiences of abuse
Meliza and Kendall are dedicated football fans but say they experience abuse because of their gender.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Brits 2021 highlights: Little Mix and Dua Lipa win on a big night for female acts
Big winner Dua Lipa joined other stars including Little Mix and Arlo Parks for the in-person ceremony.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Brits 2021 winners: Dua Lipa, Little Mix, Taylor Swift win on a big night for female acts
Big winner Dua Lipa joined other stars including Little Mix and Arlo Parks for the in-person ceremony.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Brit Awards: Dua Lipa demands pay rise for nurses as she wins
UK singer Dua Lipa won two awards and gave a message to PM Boris Johnson, at the in-person event.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

'This was the hardest one' - Guardiola praises players as Man City win Premier League
Manchester City win a third Premier League title in four years after closest challengers Manchester United lose to Leicester City.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Ings double seals Southampton fightback
Danny Ings scores twice as Southampton fightback to beat Crystal Palace in an entertaining Premier League affair.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Angela Rayner: People didn't know what Keir Starmer stood for
Labour's deputy leader also says she believes in the party leader "100%".

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Groups of six can meet in pubs from Monday in Wales
The Welsh government announces extra funding for hospitality businesses still affected.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Lockdown: Six people can meet in pubs in Wales from Monday
The Welsh government announces extra funding for hospitality businesses still affected.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Brit Awards: Stars come together for in-person award ceremony
The 4,000-strong live audience at London's O2 Arena do not require social distancing or face masks.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Italian Open: Johanna Konta out, Cameron Norrie through, Andy Murray to play doubles
Britain's Johanna Konta loses to Jelena Ostapenko in the Italian Open first round, while Cameron Norrie wins his opener and Andy Murray makes the doubles draw.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Conversion therapy ban: Campaigners dismayed over delay
Campaigners are dismayed as the government announces a consultation before the practice is banned.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Blackpool boy, 9, killed in lightning strike on playing field
The boy, who was taking part in a football coaching session, was taken to hospital but did not survive.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Jonathon Seed: Police investigate PCC election win
Jonathan Seed was elected as Swindon and Wiltshire PCC, but he was ineligible to stand for the role.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Brexit minister says NI Protocol operation is ‘not sustainable'
The UK's Brexit Minister Lord Frost says the current NI Protocol cannot be sustainable for long.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Soyuncu header gives Leicester win at Man Utd to hand title to Man City
Leicester City beat Manchester United to confirm Manchester City as Premier League champions.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

The Queen's Speech - what you need to know in two minutes
Didn't catch Her Majesty outlining the government's plans for the year? Don't worry, we got you.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Rockets target Tel Aviv after Gaza tower destroyed
Militants attack the Israeli city after an air strike brings down a tower block in Gaza.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

‘We've never seen anything like this before' - Richards on how Man City won Premier League title
'Pep Guardiola's system, and a few surprises' - BBC pundit Micah Richards explains what lies behind Manchester City's third Premier League title in four years.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Manchester City win Premier League title after Manchester United lose to Leicester
Manchester City win a third Premier League title in four years after closest challengers Manchester United lose to Leicester City.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Man Utd captain Maguire suffered ligament damage, Solskjaer confirms
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has suffered ankle ligament damage, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirms.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Newly released texts reveal extent of David Cameron's Greensill lobbying
David Cameron and his staff sent ministers and officials 45 messages in less than four months.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech: Government makes pledges on animal welfare
All creatures great and small will be protected in the new proposals, according to the Queen's Speech.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Tyson Fury v Anthony Joshua - The war of words
BBC Sport looks back at the verbal barbs and insults traded by Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury, with a heavyweight title unification bout between the two expected to be announced soon.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Dozens killed as Israel-Gaza violence escalates
Rocket attacks from Gaza and Israeli air strikes leave 30 dead after days of tension in Jerusalem.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech: How this year broke with traditions
There were some notable breaks with tradition this year as the Queen formally opened Parliament.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech: Lack of social care plan 'unforgivable', says Labour's Sir Keir Starmer
The Labour leader attacks Boris Johnson for "failing to act" in the 657 days since he promised to.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech: PM sets out plans to take UK forward after Covid
Boosting jobs and skills are key Queen's Speech priorities - but social care funding is not included.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Ten shot after NI Army operation were innocent - coroner
A priest and a mother of eight were among 10 people killed in Belfast after an Army operation in 1971.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Kirby in but no Kerr? Data analysts make their WSL team of the year
Chelsea forward Fran Kirby was the best player in this season's Women's Super League - according to statistics from Carteret Analytics.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Uefa gives green light for 'limited number' of fans at Scottish Cup final
The SFA seek government approval for up to 3,000 fans to attend the Scottish Cup final between Hibernian and St Johnstone.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

What are Eid and Ramadan and when are they?
Ramadan is one of the most important events in the Islamic calendar, but it's been affected by lockdown.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Covid-19: PM says inquiry this Parliament, and the officers fined for lockdown breaches
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Brit Awards: Stars descend on London for in-person award ceremony
The 4,000-strong live audience at London's O2 Arena will not need social distancing or face masks.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Covid inquiry to take place within this Parliament, says PM
It is the first time Boris Johnson has put a timeframe on when an inquiry into the pandemic will be held.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech: PM plans to take country forward after Covid
Boosting jobs and skills are key Queen's Speech priorities - but social care funding is not included.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Yat-Sen Chang: Ballet dancer found guilty of sex assaults
Yat-Sen Chang attacked female students while working in London between 2009 and 2016.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

St Michael's Mount in Cornwall seeks live-in castle officer
A love of Cornwall is a must for this job and people who suffer from sea sickness need not apply.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Budget: Australia tries to win back women with childcare boost
The government's new budget boosts childcare and women's health, but critics say more reform is needed.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Fred West police search Gloucester cafe for Mary Bastholm
Police looking for suspected murder victim Mary Bastholm are assessing whether to excavate the site.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Death toll mounts as Israel-Gaza violence escalates
Rocket attacks from Gaza and Israeli air strikes follow days of soaring tensions in Jerusalem.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech 2021: Pomp and pageantry pared back
Instead of the normal pomp and pageantry, this year saw ceremonial aspects pared back due to coronavirus.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

What is levelling up and how is it going?
The government is promising to take more action on levelling up this year.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Newly-released texts reveal extent of David Cameron's Greensill lobbying
David Cameron and his staff sent ministers and officials 45 messages in less than four months.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Julia James: Police reconstruct murdered PCSO's last movements
Callum Wheeler, 21, from Aylesham, has appeared in court charged with Julia James's murder.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Legendary keeper Buffon, 43, to leave Juventus - again
Veteran Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon announces he will leave the Serie A club at the end of the season.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Israel-Palestinians: Old grievances fuel new fighting
Failure to tackle deep-seated issues meant fresh violence between the two sides was a matter of time.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Fred West police search Gloucester café for missing girl Mary Bastholm
Officers were called to the Gloucester café linked to the disappearance of Mary Bastholm.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Ballymurphy Inquest: Coroner finds 10 victims were innocent
A priest and a mother of eight were among 10 people killed in Belfast after an Army operation in 1971.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Covid in Scotland: Hugging and indoor visits to resume from Monday
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the changes will come into effect in most of the country from Monday.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Prince Philip's death has left an empty seat at table, says Charles
The Prince of Wales references the loss of his father in a message to Muslims to mark Eid.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech 2021: Key points at-a-glance
New laws on housing, animal welfare and elections feature in the government's plans for next year.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

What is conversion therapy and when will it be banned?
"Abhorrent" practices aimed at changing sexual orientation or gender identity will be banned, but not until further consultation.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury: Fight to take place in Saudi Arabia, says Eddie Hearn
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury's world heavyweight title fight will take place in Saudi Arabia, says Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Vesuvius ancient eruption rescuer identified at Herculaneum, says expert
A body found at Herculaneum may have been part of Pliny the Elder's team sent to rescue residents.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Covid: What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown?
Lockdown restrictions will ease significantly in England and Scotland from Monday 17 May.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech commits to Troubles legislation
New legislation to deal with the Troubles legacy will be set out in the coming weeks.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Which countries are on the green list for foreign holidays?
Scotland is to adopt the same "traffic light" system for foreign travel as England.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Freeports: What are they and where will they be?
Further details about England's new freeports were announced in the Queen's Speech.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Voting: Could ID checks affect who participates in elections?
The government says it will pass a law requiring identification to vote.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

FTSE 100 slides amid fears of rising inflation
UK, US and Asian markets fall amid worries that inflation is set to pick up.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

The Queen's Speech in full
Queen Elizabeth ll opens Parliament, setting out the government's plans.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen carries out first major royal duty since Philip's death
The monarch attended the State Opening of Parliament, a month after the death of her husband.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Oli McBurnie: Police make arrest over incident filmed on phone
A 24-year-old man has been arrested after a video emerged on social media appearing to show Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie in an altercation with some young men.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen's Speech: Government unveils post-Covid recovery plan
Boosting jobs and skills are key priorities - but social care reform is not among the 30 new bills.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Robbie Fowler in talks with Swindon over manager's job
Robbie Fowler holds talks with Swindon Town over their managerial vacancy, BBC Radio Wiltshire understands.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Fowler in talks over Swindon job
Robbie Fowler holds talks with Swindon Town over their managerial vacancy, BBC Radio Wiltshire understands.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Julia James: Man appears in court charged with PCSO murder
Callum Wheeler, 21, from Aylesham, is accused of murdering the police community support officer.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Andy Murray & Liam Broady to play doubles at Italian Open
Andy Murray is a late addition into the doubles draw at the Italian Open as he and fellow Briton Liam Broady enter as alternates.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

MLB: Making a splash! - MLB fan fetches home run ball in Kayak
Watch as Jake Cronenworth hits a splash shot with a lucky San Francisco Giants fan retrieving the home run ball in her kayak.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Russia school shooting: Children and teacher killed in Kazan
Seven children and a teacher are killed in a shooting in the Russian city of Kazan, officials say.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Pret a Manger heads to Tesco in battle for new customers
The sandwich chain will open cafes in some supermarkets in a bid to reach more people working from home.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Golden Globes crisis: Tom Cruise returns awards and NBC drops ceremony
Tom Cruise hands back three gongs and the crisis-hit awards are without a broadcaster for next year.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Scotland's Lions flanker Watson finds size talk 'frustrating'
Scotland flanker Hamish Watson says comments that he is too small to make an impact for the Lions against South Africa are "a tiny bit frustrating".

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Ballymurphy Inquest: Coroner to publish findings
A priest and a mother of eight were among 10 people killed in Belfast after an Army operation in 1971.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Giraffes return to Edinburgh Zoo after 15 years
Ronnie and Arrow arrived from Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire on Tuesday after traveling overnight.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Scottish schools warned over 'exam' question sharing on TikTok
The Scottish Qualifications Authority tells schools they must investigate malpractice and penalise candidates.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

NHS app ready to become vaccine passport next week
People will be able to use the app for travel - but only if they have received two vaccine doses.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

What is conversion therapy and will it be banned?
"Abhorrent" practices aimed at changing sexual orientation or gender identity could be banned.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Queen to carry out first major royal duty since Philip's death
The monarch will attend the State Opening of Parliament, a month after the death of her husband.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

Eleven dead in shooting at Russian school
Children and a teacher have been killed in a shooting in the Russian city of Kazan, officials say.

BBC Front Page
May 11, 2021

London violence: Hundreds arrested during weapons crackdown
More than 400 knives are seized as part of an operation to reduce violence in London.

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