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BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Drugs: UK should consider legalising possession, MPs say
The UK's position on drugs is "clearly failing" and a "radical new approach" is required, MPs say.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta: Pep Guardiola praises 'extraordinary' Raheem Sterling after hat-trick
Raheem Sterling scores an 11-minute hat-trick as Manchester City come from behind to thrash Atalanta in the Champions League.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

The Papers: Parliament 'puts brakes on Brexit'
The papers are dominated by the PM's mixed day - backing for his Brexit deal, but the thwarting of his deadline.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Sol Campbell appointed Southend boss and then watches side lose 7-1
Ex-England defender Sol Campbell is named Southend manager and then watches his new side lose 7-1 from the stands.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

MPs vote yes - and no - on Brexit bill
The PM wins MPs' support for his Brexit bill - but not his timetable for passing it in three days.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Paralympian, 40, ends her life through euthanasia
Belgian Paralympian Marieke Vervoort ends her own life through euthanasia at the age of 40.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Kane & Son on target as Spurs thrash Red Star
Harry Kane and Son Heung-min each score twice as Tottenham beat Red Star Belgrade 5-0 for their first win in Champions League Group B.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta: Raheem Sterling scores Champions League hat-trick
Raheem Sterling scores an 11-minute hat-trick as Manchester City come from behind to thrash Atalanta in the Champions League.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Trump impeachment: US envoy condemns 'irregular' pressure on Ukraine
A key envoy tells the impeachment inquiry ties with Ukraine were undermined for "political reasons".

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Watch: Linfield striker scores outrageous backheel goal
Shayne Lavery scores a sublime backheel goal en route to scoring a hat-trick as Linfield charge into a four-goal lead against Warrenpoint Town in the Irish Premiership.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Shayne Lavery scores outrageous backheel for Linfield
Shayne Lavery scores a sublime backheel goal en route to scoring a hat-trick as Linfield charge into a four-goal lead against Warrenpoint Town in the Irish Premiership.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Brexit bill 'in limbo' as MPs reject timetable
MPs support the PM's bill at first stage, but vote against pushing it through the Commons in three days.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Lighthouse moved 70m on rails to save it from falling into sea
Coastal erosion threatened to topple Denmark's Rubjerg Knude lighthouse - but now it's being moved.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A simple guide on the UK leaving the European Union.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Turkey Syria offensive: Erdogan and Putin strike deal over Kurds
President Erdogan and President Putin reach a deal over Turkey's border battle with Kurds in Syria.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Brexit deal: How did my MP vote on the Withdrawal Agreement Bill?
Find out if your MP voted for the government's Brexit bill.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Find out how your MP voted on the Brexit bill
Find out if your MP voted for the government's Brexit bill.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

The Withdrawal Agreement Bill explained
The government has published "the WAB". Here's what it is.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

MPs reject Brexit bill timetable
MPs support the PM's bill at first stage, but vote against pushing it through the Commons in three days.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Brexit: What happens now?
The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

All Blacks prepare for kicking shootout if England semi-final ends level
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is leaving nothing to chance in the World Cup semi-final against England, even the unlikely event of a kicking contest to decide the game.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Boris Johnson to pull Brexit bill if timetable not approved
No 10 will push for an election if MPs rule out passing the bill in three days and the EU grants a Brexit delay.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Brexit delay: How can Article 50 be extended?
Boris Johnson has written to the EU requesting an extension - but the EU is not obliged to say yes.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Man charged after death of pensioner Frank Kinnis in New Elgin
The 83-year-old who died after an incident in Moray is described as "doting and warm-hearted" by relatives.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Norway ambulance hijack: Oslo rampage leaves three hurt
Three people - including baby twins - were injured after the emergency vehicle careered into them.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Oscar De La Hoya: Former boxer faces sexual assault claims
Former world champion Oscar De La Hoya is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at his home in 2017.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Breast cancer detected by thermal imaging scan in Edinburgh
A thermal imaging camera in Edinburgh showed that a Slough visitor's breast was a different colour.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

First drug created that can slow Alzheimer's
Drug company says it will seek permission in the US to start marketing the potentially 'life-changing' new drug.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

First drug that can slow Alzheimer's dementia
Drug company says it will seek permission in the US to start marketing the potentially 'life-changing' new drug.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Plans to turn Victorian jail sites into homes scrapped
The original plan had been to shut the "most dilapidated" jails and sell the sites for housing.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Mercedes play down chances as Hamilton seeks sixth title
Mercedes say they are expecting a difficult time at this weekend's Mexican Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton seeks to tie up the drivers' title.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

The Crown 3 trailer: Olivia Colman's Queen faces a crisis of confidence
The monarchy's stiff upper lip is paramount in the trailer for season three of the Netflix drama.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Norway ambulance: Three hurt in Oslo rampage
Three people - including baby twins - were injured after a man stole the emergency vehicle in Oslo.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Dragons' Den star's firm on brink of insolvency
Gripit, founded by young entrepreneur Jordan Daykin, is in "a precarious position", its board says.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Dragons' Den success story firm risks collapse
Gripit, founded by young entrepreneur Jordan Daykin, is in "a precarious position", its board says.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Could there be an early general election?
If MPs agree to vote for an early general election, how quickly could it take place?

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Face of a Medieval man found in Aberdeen reconstructed
The man was one of 60 full skeletons found after work began at the Aberdeen Art Gallery site.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Manchester Arena attack: Public inquiry to be held into deaths
Twenty-two people were killed and hundreds were injured in the Manchester bombing in 2017.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

World's 'loudest bird': Meet the white bellbird
The white bellbird's call is louder than an industrial drill.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

How liquid air could help keep the lights on
The UK will build the first ever liquid air energy storage plant, based on an idea from a backyard inventor.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Trump calls impeachment inquiry 'a lynching'
The president condemns the investigation as "without due process or fairness or any legal rights".

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Danish Rubjerg lighthouse moved inland on skates
For 120 years, it was perched on a Danish sand dune but coastal erosion threatened its future.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

PM to pull Brexit bill if timetable not approved
No 10 will push for an election if MPs rule out passing the bill in three days and the EU grants a Brexit delay.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

England women add Czech Republic friendly
England women will face the Czech Republic in their last international friendly of 2019, three days after playing Germany at Wembley.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Three Chelsea fans face lifetime bans over racial abuse of fellow supporter
Three Chelsea fans could face lifetime bans for racially abusing a fellow supporter at a Europa League game in April.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Five reasons why Lonely Planet loves England
England has been named the second best country in the world to travel in by Lonely Planet.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Skip lorry driven at Sheffield house then torched
Police are investigating the arson attack on a house in Sheffield on Monday evening.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

LA rivalry, Zion Williamson and China disputes - the big talking points before new NBA season
Los Angeles rivalry, the state of the Warriors, Zion Williamson and disputes with China - the new NBA season starts this week.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

'Pick-up artist' Adnan Ahmed jailed for two years for threatening behaviour
Adnan Ahmed targeted dozens of women on the streets of Glasgow and posted secretly-filmed videos online.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Lebanon protests: Protesters sing Baby Shark to toddler
The crowd started singing after the toddler's mother told them he was scared.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Climbing World Cup: 'Spider-Woman' Aries Susanti Rahayu breaks women's climbing record
Indonesia's Aries Susanti Rahayu - known as 'Spider-Woman' - breaks the women's speed climbing world record, finishing the 15-metre course in 6.995 seconds in the Climbing World Cup in China.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Shamima Begum: Stripping citizenship put her at risk of hanging, court hears
A lawyer for Shamima Begum says stripping her citizenship left her stateless and should be reversed.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Manchester Arena bomber's brother denies 22 counts of murder
Hashem Abedi is accused of 22 counts of murder and conspiring with his brother to cause explosions.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Snowdonia campsite death: Driver who killed woman by hitting tent jailed
Anna Roselyn Evans died a week after the car hit the tent she was sleeping in.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Sharm el-Sheikh: UK to resume flights after safety ban
Four years after the bombing of a Russian plane, the UK says airport security at the resort is safe.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Katie Jarvis: Ex-EastEnders actress felt 'degraded' by job-shaming story
Soap stars defended Katie Jarvis after a paper splashed her new security guard job on the front page.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Why Ken Loach doesn't use Hollywood stars
His latest film, Sorry We Missed You, looks at the impact of zero-hours contacts on family life.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Harry Dunn crash: Police to interview suspect under caution in US
British detectives will fly to the US to interview Anne Sacoolas over 19-year-old Harry Dunn's death.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Skincare firm Sunday Riley avoids fine for staff's fake reviews
Staff at Sunday Riley were found to have posted fake positive reviews on beauty giant Sephora's website.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

UK government borrowing up by a fifth over past six months
The latest figures come as the chancellor is preparing to announce spending rises in next month's Budget.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Crolla to face Urquiaga in Manchester in last fight before retiring
Britain's Anthony Crolla will fight Frank Urquiaga for the WBA Continental Lightweight title on 2 November - his final bout before retiring.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

'Pressure will be chasing them down the street' - Jones says All Blacks are expected to beat England
Eddie Jones claims England's training session was spied on and says all the pressure is on semi-final opponents New Zealand.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

What abortion law change means to NI women
BBC News NI speaks to four women with very different opinions on the emotive issue.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Tom Brady throw to Phillip Dorsett continues the New England Patriots' perfect start
Tom Brady throws a perfect pass to Phillip Dorsett as the New England Patriots beat the New York Jets 33-0 to continue their perfect 7-0 start to the NFL season.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Manchester Airport parking crackdown: 50 cars towed
Manchester City Council asked residents to report issues after some cars were vandalised.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

NI firms to declare GB-bound goods after Brexit
Comments from the Brexit secretary go back on previous assurances that NI-GB trade would be unfettered.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Brexit deal: NI firms must declare goods heading to rest of the UK
Comments from the Brexit secretary go back on previous assurances that NI-GB trade would be unfettered.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Thailand royal consort: How did Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi fall from grace?
Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi's very public dressing down comes months after being named official "consort".

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Airbnb probed by UK tax authorities
The home rental site has warned a tax inquiry by HM Revenue & Customs could lead to litigation.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson in last push to get deal through
Boris Johnson urges Parliament to approve his intensive timetable but opposition MPs want more time.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

How to survive in music: Trust your gut and don't look back
Go behind-the-scenes, on stage and on the search for new talent with one of UK's biggest independent labels.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Transgressive Records: 'We've never gone bankrupt, so we must be doing something right'
We go behind-the-scenes, on stage and on the search for new talent with one of UK's biggest independent labels.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Canada election: Trudeau's Liberals win but lose majority
Despite a bumpy first term, Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has earned a second, narrow election win.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Justin Trudeau: The good news - and bad - for Canada's PM
Justin Trudeau is still PM but he lost both his majority and - by a slight margin - the popular vote.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Chris the sheep: Merino with famously overgrown fleece dies
Chris the sheep's mammoth coat won him fans globally in 2015 after he was spotted in the wild.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Caroline Flack 'most dangerous celeb to search online'
Searching the presenter's name links to the most malicious websites, a cyber-security firm says.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Naruhito: Ancient ritual of Japan's emperor ascending throne
Japan's Emperor Naruhito formally proclaims his ascension to the throne in an elaborate ceremony.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Canada election: Trudeau's Liberals win but loses majority
Despite a bumpy first term, Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has earned a second, narrow election win.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Abortion decriminalised in Northern Ireland
Abortion is now decriminalised and same-sex marriage is to be legalised in Northern Ireland.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Fan-photo referee Peyper omitted from semi-finals
Jaco Peyper will not officiate a World Cup semi-final after mocking red-carded France lock Sebastien Vahaamahina in a picture with Wales fans.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

News Daily: PM's Brexit push and Harry Dunn suspect questioned
Your morning briefing for 22 October 2019.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

'Everyone in the sport is so selfish' - Costello & Bunce on the culture holding safety back
In the aftermath of Patrick Day's death, 5 Live Boxing looks at how the sport can be made safer and the barriers holding it back.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Can Love Island's Ovie Soko spin, dunk & slam under pressure before new NBA season?
Basketball player and reality TV star Ovie Soko puts his skills to the test and accepts random basketball challenges out of one of his trademark hats.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Astros & Nationals set for World Series, and... Baby Shark?
Major League Baseball's World Series begins on Tuesday - with 'Fall Classic' newcomers the Washington Nationals taking on the Houston Astros.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Naruhito: Japan's emperor proclaims enthronement in ancient ceremony
The elaborate ceremony, conducted largely in silence, is thought to date back nearly 2,000 years.

BBC Front Page
Oct 22, 2019

Canada election: Trudeau's Liberals win but set to lose majority
Despite a bumpy first term, Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has earned a second, narrow election win.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Canadian election: Trudeau's Liberals 'retain power'
Despite a bumpy first term, Justin Trudeau has earned a second, narrow election win, says CBC News.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Workers evacuated from North Sea platform off Shetland
More than 100 personnel were taken off by helicopter following a subsea structural inspection.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Brexit: Johnson in last push to get deal through
MPs are to vote on whether to back the prime minister's Withdrawal Agreement Bill.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Cromer Hospital: Farmer Douglas de Bootman leaves £1m in will
Douglas de Bootman's bequest will help fund a new cancer centre at a hospital near his home.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Ageing prison population 'sees officers working as carers'
The oldest prisoner in a jail in England or Wales was aged 104, figures from this summer showed.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Harry Dunn crash: Police to fly to US to interview suspect
British detectives will fly to the US to question Anne Sacoolas over the 19-year-old's death.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

What are the UK's laws on abortion?
MPs in London voted for abortion laws to be changed in Northern Ireland.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Eating disorders: Over-65s unable to access some clinics
Over-65s with eating disorders are being prevented from accessing specialist clinics.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

'Ask about sexual orientation to improve LGBT inequalities'
Hospitals and care homes should be fined if they do not ask about sexual orientation, MPs say.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

How space affects women and men differently
BBC Radio 5 Live speaks to a space gynaecologist about the impact of space travel on female astronauts.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Are we ready for men to take the pill?
Blurring of traditional gender roles could finally mean that the male pill is on the horizon.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Viewpoint: Let's not wait any longer for the male pill
Blurring of traditional gender roles could finally mean that the male pill is on the horizon.

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Do today's global protests have anything in common?
People are protesting around the world, from Lebanon to Chile. What do they have in common?

BBC Front Page
Oct 21, 2019

Streetwise: Capturing iconic moments of daily life
A selection of images from the Magnum Photos on street life throughout the world.

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