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Oct 03, 2022

Nick Kyrgios seeks dismissal of assault case on mental health grounds
The tennis player - who is accused of assaulting an ex-partner - cites his struggles with mental health.

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Oct 03, 2022

Covid inquiry first preliminary hearing to begin
The inquiry's first module looks at pandemic preparedness, as campaigners say lessons must be learned.

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Oct 03, 2022

Edenfield Centre: Care watchdog praised bosses at abuse hospital
Inspectors also endorsed staff "values" at a time when the BBC was filming patients being mistreated.

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Oct 03, 2022

Confidence Man: Key revelations from new book on Donald Trump
The former president weighed bombing Mexican drug labs and nearly fired his daughter, a new book claims.

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Oct 03, 2022

Newspaper headlines: Liz Truss 'faces new Tory rebellion' after tax cut U-turn
Tuesday's papers are dominated by claims the PM faces a new revolt over public spending cuts.

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Oct 03, 2022

Pakistan floods: 'It's like fighting a war with no end'
Pakistan's worst floods in years have left millions homeless and lacking clean drinking water.

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Oct 03, 2022

Leicester 4-0 Nottingham Forest: Steve Cooper faces an uncertain future after another Forest loss
Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper put a brave face on the 4-0 loss to Leicester, but his job is under threat with the team bottom of the table.

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Oct 03, 2022

Food charity Fareshare's donations from supermarkets drop
Demand for Fareshare's help continues to grow, but there's been a big fall from their biggest donors.

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Oct 03, 2022

‘I think there is a space for me' - can England ignore Maddison?
After once again starring for Leicester in their thrashing of Nottingham Forest, can James Maddison force his way into England's World Cup squad?

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Oct 03, 2022

The DIY gadgets that could keep your energy bill down
With a little know-how people are tuning their home heating to reduce their gas consumption.

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Oct 03, 2022

Ros Atkins on... why protests are happening in Iran
Demonstrations are happening across the country following the death of a woman detained by morality police.

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Oct 03, 2022

Ukraine tank breakthrough in south towards Kherson
Russian officials say Ukrainian armour has made advances in the south and east.

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Oct 03, 2022

Leicester 4-0 Nottingham Forest: James Maddison scores twice as Foxes win first game of season
Leicester thrash Nottingham Forest to secure their first Premier League win of the season and move off the bottom of the table.

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Oct 03, 2022

TikTok designer creates jewellery from bacteria
Scottish artist Chloe Fitzpatrick found fame on TikTok after sharing her unusual creative process.

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Oct 03, 2022

Danish Royal Family: Queen 'sorry' after stripping grandchildren's titles
But she did not reverse the decision to remove titles from four of her grandchildren.

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Oct 03, 2022

Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng to set out debt plan earlier than planned
The chancellor will publish plans "shortly" after pressure to calm markets over his mini-budget.

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Oct 03, 2022

Rugby World Cup: England's Shaunagh Brown to miss opener after positive Covid-19 test
Forward Shaunagh Brown will miss England's opening game of the Rugby World Cup against Fiji on Saturday after testing positive for Covid-19.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

UK summons Iran diplomat over protest crackdown
Iran's top diplomat in the UK is called to the Foreign Office over Tehran's crackdown on protests.

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Oct 03, 2022

Chancellor attempts to put tax U-turn behind him
The chancellor says he wants to focus on delivering growth, after admitting it's been a "tough day".

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Oct 03, 2022

Millions will receive £324 cost-of-living payment in November
Those on means-tested benefits will get the money between 8 and 23 November, the government says.

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Oct 03, 2022

Will Smith film Emancipation to release this year
The slave drama will be released in December, making it eligible for next year's Oscars.

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Oct 03, 2022

'Systemic' abuse in top-level US women's football
Abuse and misconduct "had become systemic" in the United States' top-flight National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), an independent investigation finds.

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Oct 03, 2022

Liverpool woman attacked by dogs and killed in Kirkdale house
A woman, aged in her 60s, has died after she was attacked by dogs in a Liverpool house, police say.

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Oct 03, 2022

When are the £400 energy rebate and other cost-of-living payments due?
All UK households will get a grant which will reduce energy bills by £400 from October.

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Oct 03, 2022

Which countries are doing the most to tackle energy bills?
European countries have taken different approaches to higher energy bills.

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Oct 03, 2022

Crowdfunding buys 'Tomas the tank' for Ukraine
More than 10,000 people donated to the fund, which will supply a modernised T-72 tank.

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Oct 03, 2022

Tim Westwood review issues call for evidence
A barrister is examining what was known about the ex Radio 1 DJ's conduct during his time at the BBC.

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Oct 03, 2022

Alessia Russo: Manchester United forward withdraws from England squad with 'small injury'
Manchester United forward Alessia Russo will miss England's matches against the USA and the Czech Republic through injury.

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Oct 03, 2022

Ramzan Kadyrov: Chechen leader vows to send teenage sons to front line
Ramzan Kadyrov claims his sons, aged 14, 15 and 16, are well trained and ready to fight for Russia.

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Oct 03, 2022

London Marathon 2022: Man dies after collapsing during event
The 36-year-old man became unwell between miles 23 and 24 of the annual 26.2-mile event.

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Oct 03, 2022

Ringo Starr cancels North American tour after catching Covid
The Beatles drummer is "recovering at home" and hopes to resume shows soon, his spokesperson says.

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Oct 03, 2022

Gold coins hidden in 7th Century found in wall
The 44 coins found in Israel date to the Muslim conquest of the area in 635, archaeologists say.

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Oct 03, 2022

What do government's tax changes mean for me?
The government has U-turned over its plan to abolish the 45% rate of income tax, but other tax changes are going ahead.

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Oct 03, 2022

Call an election if you want to change course, Nadine Dorries tells Liz Truss
The former culture secretary accuses the new PM of dumping Boris Johnson era policies.

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Oct 03, 2022

Olivia Pratt-Korbel: Man in court accused of schoolgirl's murder
Olivia's parents were in court to see Thomas Cashman, 34, charged with murdering the nine-year-old.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Ramzan Kadyrov: Chechen leader vows to send teenage sons to frontline
Ramzan Kadyrov claims his sons, aged 14, 15 and 16, are well trained and ready to fight for Russia.

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Oct 03, 2022

Vodafone and Three in merger talks
The third and fourth largest mobile phone networks reportedly hope to strike a deal by the end of the year.

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Oct 03, 2022

Kardashian fined over crypto 'pump and dump'
Kim Kardashian agrees to pay $1.26m after regulators charge her in EthereumMax case.

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Oct 03, 2022

Tax U-turn lifts pound as borrowing costs fall
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng remains under pressure to detail how he will pay for wider tax cuts.

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Oct 03, 2022

Mortgage rates rise sharply as squeeze tightens
The average two-year fixed rate is now close to 6% as major lenders raise the cost of deals sharply.

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Oct 03, 2022

Mr Doodle: Why I covered my entire house with doodles
Artist Sam Cox, known as Mr Doodle, is living his childhood dream in a house he's adorned with his own art.

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Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian charged over crypto 'pump and dump' case
Kim Kardashian agrees to pay $1.26m after regulators charge her in EthereumMax case.

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Oct 03, 2022

Crowds cheer King Charles during visit to Dunfermline
The visit to Scotland is the King and Queen Consort's first joint public appearance since the end of the mourning period.

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Oct 03, 2022

Nick Eardley: How tax cut policy U-turn was made
The PM and chancellor held a series of crisis talks as it became clear the 45p tax cut policy was going to fail.

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Oct 03, 2022

UK at significant risk of gas shortages this winter, warns energy regulator
The energy regulator Ofgem warns the UK is at risk of gas shortages this winter.

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Oct 03, 2022

Women's Champions League draw: Arsenal to face eight-time winners Lyon, while Chelsea meet Paris St-Germain
Arsenal meet eight-time winners and holders Lyon in the Women's Champions League group stage, while Chelsea face Paris St-Germain.

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Oct 03, 2022

King Charles to host South African president for first state visit
President Cyril Ramaphosa's state visit next month will be the first of King Charles' reign.

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Oct 03, 2022

How the late Hilaree Nelson inspired mountaineers
Fellow climbers saddened by her death in the Himalayas recall an inspirational figure to a generation of women.

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Oct 03, 2022

Worcester Warriors: Bath to sign Ted Hill, Ollie Lawrence, Fergus Lee-Warner and Valery Morozov on loan
Bath are to take four players from troubled Worcester - Ted Hill, Ollie Lawrence, Fergus Lee-Warner and Valery Morozov - on loan.

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Oct 03, 2022

Iga Swiatek: World number one criticises schedule and will not play Billie Jean King Cup Finals
World number one Iga Swiatek criticises the scheduling of upcoming tennis events and says she will not be able to play at November's Billie Jean King Cup Finals.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Iran protests: Security forces wade in at Tehran university
The violence at a top university in Tehran comes as anti-government protests continue nationwide.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Iran protests: Students clash with security forces at Tehran university
Security forces clash with students at a Tehran university, as anti-government protests continue.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Cancer-affected women offered skin-tone soft prosthetics
Women of colour being treated at a London hospital can now choose a "softie" to match their skin tone.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Indonesia: Fans 'died in the arms' of players in stadium crush
Indonesia says dozens of children, the youngest believed to be just three, are among the dead.

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Oct 03, 2022

Nobel Prize goes to Svante Paabo for Neanderthal work
Sweden's Svante Paabo wins the prize for discoveries on humanity's extinct relatives.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

W Series CEO Muir 'confident' championship can continue despite financial troubles
Chief executive officer Catherine Bond Muir says she is "confident" the W Series can overcome its financial difficulties - but uncertainty remains over its next race in Austin.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Water rebates for some customers after £150m fines for missing targets
Thames Water and Southern Water are hardest hit and will have to return almost £80m to customers.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Popular Minecraft YouTuber Dream reveals face
The YouTuber's 30 million subscribers finally find out what he looks like without a mask.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Covid booster: Who can get another jab this autumn?
Over-50s can get another Covid booster, as can younger people who are at higher risk, and NHS staff.

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Oct 03, 2022

Olivia Pratt-Korbel: Man in court accused of murdering schoolgirl
Olivia's parents were in court to see Thomas Cashman, 34, charged with murdering the nine-year-old.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Indonesia football crush: How the disaster unfolded
Distraught fans demand justice, claiming police use of tear gas triggered a crush which killed 125 people.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Chris Mason: U-turn on 45p tax rate won't be forgotten
Tory MPs said the decision to offer the best paid a tax cut was unsellable, the BBC's political editor explains.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Brazil election: The presidential race is far from over
Lula and Bolsonaro go head-to-head after a closer than expected first-round result.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Make cannabis Class A drug, say Conservative police commissioners
A group of police and crime commissioners urge tougher penalties for supply and possession.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Brazil's Lula and Bolsonaro face run-off after surprisingly tight result
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva won the first round but fell short of the votes needed to win outright.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Chris Wilder: Middlesbrough sack manager with club in Championship bottom three
Middlesbrough sack boss Chris Wilder after just two wins in their opening 11 games and the club sitting 22nd in the Championship.

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Oct 03, 2022

Chris Eubank Jr v Conor Benn: Eubank's lack of 'respect' for rival's punching power 'scares' Roy Jones Jr
Roy Jones Jr speaks to BBC Sport about Chris Eubank Jr v Conor Benn and why he agreed to step aside from coaching Eubank for the fight.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Record avian flu outbreak sees 48m birds culled in UK and EU
The largest outbreak of avian influenza on record saw 48m birds culled in the UK and EU in the past year.

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Oct 03, 2022

Northern Lights captured at Kielder Observatory
Astronomer Dan Monk said it was Northumberland's best display of the aurora borealis "in ages".

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Oct 03, 2022

Fans of Sydney United 58 condemned for Nazi salutes during Australia Cup final
Supporters who displayed Nazi symbols and salutes at the Australia Cup final "should be banned for life", a senior government official says.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Keyworth street named Britain's best for hedgehogs
Residents drilled holes in their fences to create wildlife corridors for the animals.

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

Plan to ditch 45p tax rate was distraction - Chancellor
Kwasi Kwarteng says the proposals, announced just 10 days ago, had become "a distraction".

BBC Front Page
Oct 03, 2022

The Beatles: Rare images of early Cavern Club gigs found
The photos, featuring original drummer Pete Best, were taken a year before debut single Love Me Do.

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Oct 03, 2022

Nuclear test veterans 'need Hillsborough-level apology'
Veterans seek justice 70 years after Britain exploded its first nuclear bomb in Operation Hurricane.

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Oct 03, 2022

Sheffield: Incurable cancer patient chosen to model for charity campaign
Emma, 41, is fronting a new sportswear brand collection to raise money for a breast cancer charity.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Brazil election: Lula and Bolsonaro to face run-off
Neither presidential candidate got more than 50% of the overall vote, meaning they will face off on 30 October.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Rikki Neave police 'ignored scientific evidence'
Original 1994 police inquiry ignored evidence and instead made murder case against boy's mother, BBC finds.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Cost of living: Young cancer patients 'in a desperate situation'
Young people with cancer say they are struggling with rent and bills because of soaring living costs.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Newspaper headlines: Tories threaten rebellion as 45p vote 'delayed'
Growing concerns within the Conservative Party over the PM's tax plans dominate Monday's papers.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Newspaper headlines: Tories threaten rebellion as tax vote 'delayed'
Growing concerns within the Conservative Party over the PM's tax plans dominate Monday's papers.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Drax: UK power station owner cuts down primary forests in Canada
The owner of the UK's biggest power station, Drax, is cutting down key forests in Canada.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Questions over France's contribution to Ukraine war
Paris's relative absence in its supply of weapons to Ukraine leaves eastern European countries wary.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Ukraine war: Questions over France's weapons supply to Kyiv
Paris's relative absence in its supply of weapons to Ukraine leaves eastern European countries wary.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

King Charles and Queen Consort to visit Dunfermline and Edinburgh
They will make their first joint public appearance since the period of royal mourning ended.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Chris Mason: Anguish at conference that should be Truss's victory lap
What has happened in the last 10 days could leave an indelible mark on Liz Truss, some Tories fear.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

What happens when all the banks leave town?
Could a new "banking hub" solve the problems caused by the departure of five banks from Brechin?

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Ancient footprints reveal 'Irish Sea Serengeti'
Prehistoric footprints on Formby Beach have revealed how the British coast transformed over 9,000 years.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Sir Bradley Wiggins backs NSPCC campaign to prevent child abuse in sport
Sir Bradley Wiggins joins former Manchester City player Paul Stewart and the FA to back an NSPCC campaign against child abuse in sport.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Can electrical stimulation improve your gym workout?
Whole-body EMS suits are the new big thing in fitness, but do they work?

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Match of the Day 2 analysis: Manchester United's 'shocking' display
Match of the Day 2 pundit Jermaine Jenas analyses Manchester United's "shocking" display in their 6-3 Premier League derby defeat at Manchester City.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Tory conference: Liz Truss will lose 45p tax rate vote, says Shapps
The ex-cabinet minister accuses the PM of not listening to public concern over tax cuts for the well-off.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Iran protests: Reports of students trapped amid clashes in Tehran
Reports say a large number of student protesters at Sharif university have been trapped on the campus.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Tory conference: We must stay the course, insists Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng
Kwasi Kwarteng will defend his tax cuts during his Conservative Party conference speech.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

LPGA Tour: Charley Hull wins second title with victory in The Ascendant
Solheim Cup player Charley Hull wins for the second time on the LPGA Tour with a one-shot victory at The Ascendant in Texas.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Men's T20 World Cup: Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler & Alex Hales among England's conundrums
Why England have some nice conundrums to solve before they line up for their first T20 World Cup match against Afghanistan.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Garth Crooks' Team of the Week: Who is having the time of his life?
Who is in different class to Thiago? Who is having the time of his life? It's Garth Crooks' team of the week.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Leeds United 0-0 Aston Villa: Jesse Marsch 'felt sorry for fans' at Villa's tactics.
Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch says he "felt sorry for the fans" after accusing Aston Villa of repeated timewasting in their goalless draw.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

Tory conference: Labour favourites to win power at next election, says John Curtice
Liz Truss is now as unpopular with voters as Boris Johnson when he was ousted, says veteran pollster.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

After chess, cheating rows rock poker and fishing
Viral videos in the US have shown a surprising card game win - and fish stuffed with weights.

BBC Front Page
Oct 02, 2022

England in Pakistan: Dawid Malan guides tourists to Twenty20 series win
Dawid Malan hits an unbeaten 78 as England beat Pakistan by 67 runs in the seventh T20 international to clinch a 4-3 series win.

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