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May 30, 2024

Greens challenge 'timid' Labour at election launch
After record local election gains, the Greens are aiming for four MPs in their "most ambitious" campaign.

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May 30, 2024

Teacher who killed and buried partner jailed for 20 years
Fiona Beal stabbed her partner to death and then buried him in the garden of their home in Northampton.

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May 30, 2024

ECB agrees to sell Hundred teams later this year
The England and Wales Cricket board will sell stakes in the eight Hundred teams later this year and says the competition "will play a vital role in the future of our sport".

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May 30, 2024

Girl, 9, critical after Hackney quadruple shooting
The "innocent victim" was among four people hurt in a shooting outside an east London restaurant.

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May 30, 2024

Queen could sell their catalogue to Sony for $1bn
If the sale takes place, it will be the biggest deal of its kind in the history of recorded music.

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May 30, 2024

King to take part in Trooping the Colour from carriage
An official will stand in for the Princess of Wales at the ceremony as she continues chemotherapy.

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May 30, 2024

French Open bans alcohol in stands in bid to end disorder
The French Open has stopped fans drinking alcohol in the stands in a bid to end unruly behaviour, says tournament director Amelie Mauresmo.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

French Open brings in alcohol ban to stop unruly fans
The French Open has stopped fans drinking alcohol in the stands in a bid to end unruly behaviour, says tournament director Amelie Mauresmo.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Pressure on Biden to let US weapons strike Russia
Several Western allies have signalled they are open to Ukraine using their weapons against Russia.

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May 30, 2024

Man found guilty of double rape of homeless woman
Liam Stimpson attacked the 40-year-old woman in Cardiff on 27 December last year.

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May 30, 2024

SNP says it is only party offering route back to EU
The SNP claim young Scots have been let down by Westminster, citing Brexit and austerity measures.

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May 30, 2024

Plaid Cymru only party putting Wales first - leader
Plaid Cymru is launching its general election campaign, promising a "positive alternative".

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May 30, 2024

Starmer left-wing purge row is not dying down, says Chris Mason
The Labour leader is facing a backlash over claims he is freezing out left-wing election candidates.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Faisal Islam: Election tax row is a phony war
Promises by the Conservatives and Labour on tax are similar but reality will emerge after 4 July.

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May 30, 2024

Three men go on trial for murder of Lyra McKee
Lyra McKee was observing rioting in Londonderry's Creggan estate when she was shot.

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May 30, 2024

Starmer denies purge of left-wing candidates
Labour's Diane Abbott has accused her party of getting rid of left-wing candidates like herself.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Fighter opinions divided on redesigned UFC gloves
Dustin Poirier and Islam Makhachev have contrasting views on new gloves which are set to be introduced at UFC 302 on Saturday, where the pair will compete for the lightweight title.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Hundreds of phones and bags of cash: Inside the UK's biggest benefit fraud
An organised gang falsely claimed more than £50m using a huge bank of phones and faked details.

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May 30, 2024

Abbott accuses Labour of left-wing candidate purge
The veteran politician criticises her party's candidate selection, but Labour insists there has been no purge.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Bayern 'already feels like home' - Kompany
Vincent Kompany says Bayern Munich "already feels like home" after being unveiled as the manager of the German Bundesliga club.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Three men on trial for murder of Lyra McKee
Lyra McKee was observing rioting in Londonderry's Creggan estate when she was shot.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Singer CMAT hits back over 'fat shaming' comments about her Big Weekend show
The pop star says the BBC disabled comments on a video of her performing after a barrage of abuse.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

CMAT attacks 'fat shaming' comments on BBC video
The pop star says the BBC disabled comments on a video of her performing after a barrage of abuse.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Sports cars and millions seized in cybercrime busts
US and EU crime agencies make arrests after suspects used information for fraud and bomb threats.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Moment winds push plane away from airport gate in Texas
American Airlines said several aircraft were affected by strong winds, but no one was injured.

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May 30, 2024

Race Across the World winners on keeping final a secret
Four teams travelled 15,000km from Japan to Indonesia over 50 days with just £1,390.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Bodies found in Highlands after search for missing father-and-son hillwalkers
The family of a dad and son from Cheshire who went missing in the Scottish Highlands have been informed.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Bodies found in search for missing father and son
The family of a dad and son from Cheshire who went missing in the Scottish Highlands have been informed.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Robinson accused of backtracking on Stormont deal
In an address to party members, Gavin Robinson appeared to contradict previous messages delivered by the DUP leadership.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Hong Kong convicts 14 activists of subversion in biggest security case
The court acquitted two other defendants, saying it "cannot be sure" that they were "parties to the scheme".

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

First results announced from South Africa election
Votes are being counted after the most closely fought election since the ANC came to power 30 years ago.

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May 30, 2024

Vote Plaid to keep Labour in check, leader says
Plaid Cymru is launching its general election campaign, promising a "positive alternative".

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Hearn v Warren - from sworn enemies to partners
BBC Sport speaks to rivals turned friends Eddie Hearn of Matchroom and Frank Warren of Queensberry before Saturday's five-versus-five card in Riyadh.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Hearn v Warren - the journey from sworn enemies to partners
BBC Sport speaks to rivals turned friends Eddie Hearn of Matchroom and Frank Warren of Queensberry before Saturday's five-versus-five card in Riyadh.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

No Team Bath in relaunched Netball Super League
Five-time Super League champions Team Bath and Scottish team Strathclyde Sirens are not included in the relaunched Netball Super League as it reduces to eight teams.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Ex-England star Wilshere speaks to BBC about his daughter's heart defect
Former England and Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere speaks to BBC Breakfast about his daughter needing surgery for a congenital heart defect. Wilshere now wants to raise awareness of heart conditions.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Labour candidate says she's been blocked from standing
Faiza Shaheen says she's been told she will not be Labour's candidate in Chingford and Woodford Green after allegedly liking anti-Semitic posts on X.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

'We have Pele here' - when Wenger tried to sign Mbappe
Former Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger tells the story of how he flew to Monaco to try and 'convince' a young Kylian Mbappe to sign for Arsenal.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

'I took blame for Post Office shortfall to protect my mum'
Ravinder Naga says he confessed to stealing £35,000 from his mother's post office in Greenock to save her from prison.

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May 30, 2024

Italy's PM says fascism is ‘consigned to history'. Not everyone is so sure
With the far right set to gain in European elections, is the extreme becoming mainstream in Italy?

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Election 2024 Live
Follow continuing coverage of the 2024 General Election Campaign.

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May 30, 2024

Israel claims control of Gaza's entire land border
An Egyptian source denies that tunnels used by Hamas still exist on the country's border with Gaza.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

Israel extends control of Gaza's entire land border
An Egyptian source denies that tunnels used by Hamas still exist on the country's border with Gaza.

BBC Front Page
May 30, 2024

One of world's biggest botnets taken down, US says
Law enforcement agencies from around the world have shut down an alleged global malware network which stole $5.9bn.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

'Labour wants to exclude me from Parliament' - Abbott
It comes amid a row over whether the party will select the veteran Labour MP to run at the election.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Child and three adults injured in Hackney shooting
Police were called to Kingsland High Street, in Hackney, at about 21:20 BST, after reports of gunshots.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Israel says it controls corridor on Gaza-Egypt border
An Egyptian source denies that cross-border smuggling tunnels used by Hamas still exist in the area.

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May 29, 2024

Labour and Tories rule out raising VAT after election
It comes as the two main parties traded blows over their spending plans.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

HK court convicts 14 democracy activists in biggest security case
They were accused of trying to "overthrow" the government in 2020 by holding unofficial primaries.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

NHS tech issues linked to three deaths and serious harm
IT failures have been linked to the deaths of three patients and more than 100 cases of serious harm.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Widespread NHS computer issues linked to patient harm
IT failures have been linked to the deaths of three patients and more than 100 cases of serious harm.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Why Anjana Vasan is done people pleasing
The actress says she has a lot in common with her character Amina in We Are Lady Parts.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Why am I dreaming I have an exam I didn't study for?
Ever dreamt that you're late for an exam? Or you don't know the answers? Here's why that might be.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Suspended driver joins court hearing while driving
The judge was surprised when a defendant charged with driving on a suspended license appeared behind the wheel.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Fans hit the Harry Styles trail on hometown tours
The new route, led by superfans, visits a string of sites from the pop star's childhood in Cheshire.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Black men sue American Airlines for 'racial discrimination'
The airline is investigating after a lawsuit was filed saying all black men were temporarily removed from a flight.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Black men sue American Airlines for racial discrimination
The airline is investigating after a lawsuit was filed saying all black men were temporarily removed from a flight.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Three black passengers sue American Airlines for racial discrimination
The airline is investigating after a lawsuit was filed saying all black men were temporarily removed from a flight.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Africa's new F1 fans who want a race on the continent
The historically Eurocentric sport has found a new and growing fanbase in Africa.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Child in serious condition and three adults injured in east London shooting
Police were called to Kingsland High Street, in Hackney, at about 21:20 BST, after reports of gunshots.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

How the Kremlin uses comics to glorify its war in Ukraine
Under a Kremlin-backed scheme, comics praising the invasion of Ukraine and glorifying Russian soldiers are being distributed to schools across Russia.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

The Papers: Abbott 'defies Starmer' and Labour 'back down' on VAT
Many of Thursday's front pages lead with Labour MP Diane Abbott's first public comments after a row erupted over her selection.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

'The chatbot has transformed my life'
How AI tools are helping people with neurodiversity live their lives.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Warning over new supermarket spending 'challenges'
Consumer groups say the latest loyalty promotions could encourage shoppers to go over budget.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

'I cry all the time as we don't have a proper home'
Nasra and her children gained asylum, but now can't find a permanent place to live or go to school.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

'My children haven't been to school since January'
Nasra and her children gained asylum, but now can't find a permanent place to live or go to school.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Madrid, Mbappe and a mission of a lifetime
Kylian Mbappe wasn't always the best footballing prospect. But he, and his family, had the clearest plan. Real Madrid is the final step towards an awesome goal.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

'The stakes are big' - Swiatek rebukes French Open crowd
Iga Swiatek rebukes the French Open crowd for making noise during points, a day after David Goffin said he had chewing gum spat at him.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Deaths blamed on health board improvement failures
In the last decade four reviews have outlined changes to be made by Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

'Serial slingshot shooter', 81, arrested in California
Police say the suspect had been "victimising" residents in his California neighbourhood for nearly a decade.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Man arrested in US after years of catapult attacks
Police say the suspect had been "victimising" residents in his California neighbourhood for nearly a decade.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Labour vows to 'take back town centres from thugs'
The party wants to put more police in communities and "rebuild safety on Britain's streets".

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Tax online giants to help kids' mental health, say Lib Dems
Lib Dems to triple taxes on social media giants to fund mental health professionals in all schools.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Trump jury begins deliberations after weeks of testimony
Here's what could happen next in the former president's hush-money trial as the first day of deliberations concludes.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Corbyn launches election campaign as an independent
The former Labour leader will stand against the party he led from 2015 to 2020 to contest Islington North.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Lost John Lennon guitar sets record at auction
The Framus 12-string Hootenanny acoustic guitar was found in an attic after 50 years missing.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Rapper Sean Kingston agrees to return to Florida in $1m fraud case
Mr Kingston will be extradited from California to Florida to face allegations of fraud and theft.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Labour wants to exclude me from Parliament - Abbott
It comes amid a row over whether the party will select the veteran Labour MP to run at the election.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Election poll tracker: How do the parties compare?
How do people say they will vote in the UK general election? Our poll tracker measures the trends.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Tenth inmate dies at prison in three months
Warren Manners, 38, is the latest to have died at HMP Parc in Bridgend, which is run by G4S.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Counting under way in South Africa's crucial election
Votes are being counted after the most closely fought election since the ANC came to power 30 years ago.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Swiatek saves match point to beat Osaka in thriller
Defending champion Iga Swiatek avoids her earliest French Open exit by saving a match point before beating Naomi Osaka in a second-round thriller.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Runaway military horses still under full-time vet care
The Household Cavalry horses became spooked at the sound of a loud noise and fled through London.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Robbed watch dealer should not have been alone, company says
Oliver White was working alone at a luxury watch shop when two men put him in a chokehold and stole stock.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Watch dealer should not have been alone, company says
Oliver White was working alone at a luxury watch shop when two men put him in a chokehold and stole stock.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

'Curtain of fire': Dramatic video from Iceland volcano eruption
A popular tourist resort was evacuated after a 2.5km-long fissure opened up, which may be "growing".

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Electioncast: What's going on with Diane Abbott?
Keir Starmer denies Diane Abbott is barred from standing for Labour

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Sparkling Sciver-Brunt ton helps England beat Pakistan
Nat Sciver-Brunt's unbeaten century leads England to a 178-run thrashing in the third ODI to seal a series win against Pakistan.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Father and son missing after Highland hillwalking trip
Tom Parry, 49, and 12-year-old Richie were due to return home to Cheshire on Wednesday after visiting Glen Nevis and Glencoe.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Father and son missing on Scottish Highlands trip
Tom Parry, 49, and 12-year-old Richie were due to return home to Cheshire on Wednesday after visiting Glen Nevis and Glencoe.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

All police charges dropped against golf star Scottie Scheffler
Charges against world number one Scottie Scheffler are dropped following his arrest for assaulting a police officer earlier this month.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

All police charges dropped against Scottie Scheffler
Charges against world number one Scottie Scheffler are dropped following his arrest for assaulting a police officer earlier this month.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Person killed by jet engine at Amsterdam airport
Dutch carrier KLM says it is taking care of passengers and employees who witnessed the incident.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Serial sex attacker 'The Fox' dies in prison
Malcolm Fairley, jailed for life for 81 violent sexual offences, dies aged 72.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Hard choices as Ukraine faces worst crisis since war began
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen explains why there could be a dangerous summer ahead in Ukraine.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Labour suspends MP Russell-Moyle over complaint
The Brighton Kemptown MP says he will be "exonerated" but has been told he can not stand as a Labour candidate.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

BBC promises 'fairness' after Strictly row reports
The BBC addresses reports about Giovanni Pernice's alleged teaching methods on Strictly Come Dancing.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

New York crowds gather for sunset 'Manhattanhenge'
Each year, people gather to watch the Sun as it sets between the city's skyscrapers.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Gaza war could go on for rest of 2024, says Israel PM's aide
Tzachi Hanegbi also says Israel now controls 75% of the buffer zone along the Gaza-Egypt border.

BBC Front Page
May 29, 2024

Woman spends nine days in A&E in stroke unit wait
A woman who spent 36 hours on a trolley waits more than a week for admission to a stroke unit.

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