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Sep 21, 2020

Rail franchises axed as help for train firms extended
The rail franchising system has been scrapped and a £3.5bn survival scheme for train firms extended.

BBC Front Page
Sep 21, 2020

The Emotions star Pamela Hutchinson, who sang Best Of My Love, dies
The Emotions star had been suffering health problems for several years, her family say.

BBC Front Page
Sep 21, 2020

Emergency measures to help train firms survive extended
New deals will cover the losses of rail companies for another 18 months as passenger numbers stay low.

BBC Front Page
Sep 21, 2020

Coronavirus: Scientists' warning, impact on schools and rail deal
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.

BBC Front Page
Sep 21, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Seven highlights from the ceremony
Monica, Rachel and Phoebe's reunion just about broke the internet during the virtual Emmys ceremony.

BBC Front Page
Sep 21, 2020

India Covid-19: Taj Mahal reopens after longest shutdown
The iconic monument was closed in March to halt the spread of coronavirus.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Schitt's Creek and Succession win big
Eugene Levy and Zendaya are among the big acting winners at the Covid-conscious ceremony.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Succession and Schitt's Creek win big
Zendaya, Jeremy Strong, Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara are among the big acting winners.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Humpback whale finds escape from Australian crocodile river
Australian officials had feared the whale could collide with a boat or get stranded near crocodiles.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Succession: What's the big deal about the Emmy-winning drama?
The HBO drama loved by critics won big at the Emmy Awards on Sunday night.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Solomon Islands: Men working for WW2 bomb clearing agency die in explosion
The men were working to help dispose of the many unexploded World War Two bombs on the islands.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Covid: UK at 'critical point' in pandemic, top scientists to warn
The government's most senior advisers are to hold a televised briefing later, as coronavirus cases surge.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Moths: Intricacies of UK's under-threat insects
Sarah Gillespie's detailed prints highlight the declining numbers of moths in the UK.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Schitt's Creek wins big at virtual ceremony
Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara are among the early winners at this year's virtual ceremony.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Satellite achieves sharp-eyed view of methane
A Canadian company debuts a powerful new capability to monitor the potent greenhouse gas.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

'Mythical' Aston Martin Bulldog supercar being restored
Only one Bulldog was ever built but it was sold by the company 40 years ago to raise cash.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Coronavirus: UK firms voluntarily return £215m in furlough cash
Over 80,000 firms have returned furlough scheme payments they did not need or took in error.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

US Open 2020: Bryson DeChambeau storms to first major title at Winged Foot, New York
Bryson DeChambeau produces a wonderful final-round display to win the US Open and claim the first major title of his career.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Jogging when you're black - the calculations you have to make
A law enforcement expert and a black runner analyse a police encounter that went wrong.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

The black-owned coffee firm that became a bestseller
US firm Blk & Bold has seen sales surge this year on the back of the Black Lives Matter movement.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Music boosts memories for ethnic minority dementia patients
Charities are using tailored music to bring back memories for dementia patients from ethnic minorities.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Lagos Inferno: The blast that destroyed a Nigerian girl's school
An explosion in Lagos, Nigeria killed 23 people and destroyed a girls' boarding school. But what caused it?

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Lagos Inferno: The blast that destroyed a Nigerian girls' school
An explosion in Lagos, Nigeria killed 23 people and destroyed a girls' boarding school. But what caused it?

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Inside Poland's 'LGBT-free zones'
Dozens of Polish towns have declared themselves free of "LGBT ideology". It means difficult choices for gay people living in them.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

FinCEN Files: Tory donor Lubov Chernukhin linked to $8m Putin ally funding
Leaked files reveal the husband of a woman who gave the Conservative Party £1.7m received money from a Russian oligarch who has close ties to the president.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Newspaper headlines: 'Last chance saloon' before lockdown, and cabinet 'split'
The papers focus on the government's warning that tough measures will be imposed if coronavirus cases continue to soar.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

DeChambeau storms to US Open title - videos & report
Bryson DeChambeau produces a wonderful final-round display to win the US Open and claim the first major title of his career.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Rodgers 'not even thinking about' title challenge as Leicester make early pace
Leicester come from behind to maintain their 100% Premier League start against an under-strength Burnley side at the King Power Stadium.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Leicester fight back against Burnley to maintain 100% start - highlights & report
Leicester come from behind to maintain their 100% Premier League start against an under-strength Burnley side at the King Power Stadium.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Premier League stats: Son Heung-min and Harry Kane star in entertaining weekend
The second weekend of the 2019-20 Premier League season brought the highest number of goals per game in the competition's history.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Tour de France: Did Ineos get the Tour badly wrong?
The outcome of a classic Tour de France could not have been predicted by anyone - least of all by the sport's most powerful figures.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Tour de France: Did Ineos get the Tour so badly wrong?
The outcome of a classic Tour de France could not have been predicted by anyone - least of all by the sport's most powerful figures.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Climate Week: Prince Charles calls for 'swift' action on climate change
Covid-19 provides an opportunity to "reset" the economy for a more sustainable future, he says.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Anneliese Dodds to criticise 'cavalier' pandemic spending
The shadow chancellor will repeat calls for more targeted support for firms in an online speech.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

One-in-20 pupils at home with lockdown-related issues
Children's Commissioner suggests hundreds of thousands pupils are at home with pandemic-related issues.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Leicester City 4-2 Burnley: Dennis Praet scores screamer as Foxes beat Burnley - highlights
Dennis Praet scores the pick of the goals for Leicester City as they fight back to beat Burnley 4-2 in the Premier League.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Leicester fight back against Burnley to maintain 100% start
Leicester come from behind to maintain their 100% Premier League start against an under-strength Burnley side at the King Power Stadium.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Trump's plan to replace Ginsburg an abuse of power, says Biden
The Democratic presidential nominee says it is wrong to replace Justice Ginsburg before the election.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Exeter beat battling Northampton to make first Champions Cup semi-final
Exeter are into their first Heineken Champions Cup semi-final after easing aside a patched-up but battling Northampton.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Mane nets double as Liverpool beat 10-man Chelsea
Sadio Mane scores two second-half goals as defending champions Liverpool win comfortably at Stamford Bridge against 10-man Chelsea.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Tour de France: Tadej Pogacar secures title as Sam Bennett wins in Paris
Slovenia's Tadej Pogacar confirms his victory as the second youngest Tour de France champion in history after Sam Bennett wins the final sprint in Paris.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

FinCEN Files: UAE central bank failed to prevent sanctions evasion
The bank failed to act on warnings about a local firm which was helping Iran, leaked documents show.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

The FinCEN Files: Your guide to eight years of finance leaks
What have been the major financial disclosures and what action has been taken?

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

T20 Blast: Jason Roy & Laurie Evans star as Surrey beat Kent by six wickets
Watch highlights from Jason Roy and Laurie Evans' match-winning partnership as they score 72 and 73 during Surrey's six-wicket win over Kent in the T20 Blast.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

FinCEN Files: Sanctioned Putin associate ‘laundered millions' through Barclays
The account was used to avoid US financial restrictions, a leak of bank documents suggest.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

FinCEN Files: What are Suspicious Activity Reports?
The FinCEN Files include reports which banks make when they suspect their clients are up to no good.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

FinCEN Files: All you need to know about the documents leak
Revelations in secret files shows how major banks have helped move dirty money around the world.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

FinCEN Files: HSBC moved Ponzi scheme millions despite warning
The transfers took place after officials were told of the $80m fraud, the secret files reveal.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

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
Sep 20, 2020

Coronavirus: Cheddar Caves to close with 40 jobs lost
The tourist attraction will shut for the foreseeable future due to the effects of coronavirus.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Egypt tomb: Sarcophagi buried for 2,500 years unearthed in Saqqara
The 27 wooden coffins are said to have lain undisturbed inside a well at an ancient necropolis.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Jose Mourinho interrupts Son Heung-min interview to say Harry Kane should be MOTM
Jose Mourinho interrupts Son Heung-min interview to say Harry Kane should have got man of the match in Tottenham's 5-2 win over Southampton.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

WeChat: Judge blocks US attempts to ban downloads of Chinese app
The ban on the Chinese-owned messaging and payments apps was to come in on Sunday night.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Spain triathlete gives up medal to rival who went wrong way
Diego Méntrida realised the athlete ahead had made a mistake and slowed as he approached the finish.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Son scores four as Spurs thrash Southampton
Son Heung-min scores four goals in a stunning display as Tottenham secure their first Premier League win of the season by thrashing Southampton.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Ulster brushed aside by Toulouse in Champions Cup
Toulouse score five tries to ease past Ulster and advance to the last four of the Heineken Champions Cup.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Rangers concede first league goals of season in thrilling draw at Hibs
Rangers concede their first Scottish Premiership goals of the season but move top despite being held to a pulsating draw by Hibernian at Easter Road.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

PM should apologise for testing 'collapse', says Starmer
The Labour leader tells the BBC testing problems make further Covid-19 restrictions "more likely".

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Alpaca pitch invader disrupts Carlton Athletic football match
Play was stopped for 15 minutes while attempts were made to remove "man of the match" Oscar.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Battle of Britain: Flypast and Westminster Abbey service mark 80th anniversary
It followed a Westminster Abbey service which was "reduced in stature but not in spirit", organisers say.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Lee Kerslake: Former Ozzy Osbourne and Uriah Heep drummer dies aged 73
The musician, who was also part of heavy metal band Uriah Heep, had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Coronavirus: PM should apologise for testing 'collapse' - Starmer
The Labour leader tells the BBC testing problems make further Covid-19 restrictions "more likely".

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Battle of Britain: Westminster Abbey service marking 80th anniversary
The event to remember those who died will be "reduced in stature but not in spirit", organisers say.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Blackpool crowds ignore Covid 'last blast' warning
People reported queues for attractions and traffic was gridlocked in Blackpool on Saturday.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Gore-Tex: Inventor of waterproof fabric Robert Gore dies aged 83
Robert W. Gore's invention has been used in space suits, guitar springs and waterproof jackets.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Hancock: Follow Covid rules or they will get tougher
The warning comes as people in England who refuse an order to self-isolate could be fined up to £10,000.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Leicester sign Roma's Turkey winger Under on loan
Leicester City sign Roma winger Cengiz Under on a season-long loan.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Australia coronavirus cases 'set to be lowest in months'
Hopes are rising after the badly-hit state of Victoria reports just 14 new infections in 24 hours.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Butlin's: 1,000 jobs at risk when furlough ends
The holiday camp firm expects workers to take paid or unpaid leave once the government scheme ends.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Coronavirus: £10,000 fines for failing to self-isolate and lockdown life in photos
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Where will new signing Jota fit in among Liverpool's attacking superstars?
Where will Diogo Jota fit into a Liverpool side that possesses one of the best attacks in football? BBC Sport takes a look.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Thailand protests: Activists challenge monarchy by laying 'People's Plaque'
Protesters cement a "People's Plaque" in a park and march in Bangkok calling for political reforms.

BBC Front Page
Sep 20, 2020

Battle of Britain: Westminster Abbey service to mark 80th anniversary
The event to remember those who died will be "reduced in stature but not in spirit", organisers say.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg death: Trump to nominate woman to fill Supreme Court seat
The US president says he will announce his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg next week.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

US Supreme Court: Trump vows to nominate woman as Ginsburg's replacement
The US president says he will announce his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg next week.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

TikTok: Trump says Oracle deal for video app 'has my blessing'
The president says the bid by Oracle and Walmart would protect the data of TikTok users in the US.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Coronavirus: Church bells ring out again after Covid-19
Campanologists have been celebrating the return of church bell ringing.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

The National Trust homes where colonial links are 'umbilical'
Up to a third of the National Trust's 300 UK houses have links to colonialism, a project found.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Wolff leads US Open going into final round, with McIlroy in contention
Matthew Wolff produces a scintillating 65 on Saturday to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the US Open at Winged Foot.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

McIlroy moves into contention as debutant Wolff leads US Open after three rounds
Matthew Wolff produces a scintillating 65 on Saturday to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the US Open at Winged Foot.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Your pictures on the theme of 'night vision'
A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "night vision".

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Coronavirus: Party conferences in a Covid world
They can't meet up in person this year, so what are the political parties doing instead?

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Labour conference: Don't retreat on pledges, union warns Starmer
The Fire Brigades Union urges Labour leader not to "water down" environment and workers' rights promises.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Labour conference: Don't water down pledges, Starmer warned
A union urges Labour's leader not to "retreat" on the environment and workers' rights promises.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Janusz Walus: Why far-right Polish football fans idolise a murderer in South Africa
Janusz Walus killed anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani in 1993, sparking fears of a racial civil war.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

The Indian queens who modelled for the world's first vaccine
The mystery surrounding a 19th Century portrait and its role in one of the first immunisation campaigns.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

'I still spend so much time on the kids - that needs to change'
Sarah Dahia from Australia takes us through her week during the coronavirus pandemic.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Stars prepare to dial in for virtual ceremony
Nominated actors will have someone waiting outside their home to hand over an award if they win.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

British Airways accused of snubbing refund request
A passenger is told she had accepted vouchers, although BA's website did not list them as an option.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

‘Our foster child asked us to adopt him - by drawing himself on to a family photo'
George was neglected by his parents, then an adoption went wrong. There was only one family that he felt loved by.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Former MI6 man suspected of selling information to undercover Chinese spies
Fraser Cameron calls the claims "ridiculous" and says he has no access to sensitive information.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

How the oil industry made us doubt climate change
Energy companies stand accused of trying to downplay their contribution to global warming.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

US Open: Rory McIlroy features in US Open third round best shots
Watch some of the best shots from day three of the US Open including a lovely chip from Rory McIlroy on the 17th hole at Winged Foot, New York.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

The film within a film that tries to save lives
I Made This For You is a film about a group of friends trying to stop someone from taking their own life.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Singapore rolls out Covid tracing tokens
Thousands of devices are being distributed to vulnerable groups such as the elderly.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Scottish medieval coin 'lost' and found in Norfolk declared treasure
The coin, bearing the head of a Scottish king and turned into jewellery, was found in a field.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

US Open 2020: 'What a shot!' - Second time lucky as Im holes great chip
Watch South Korean golfer Sungjae Im hole a fantastic chip shot at the US Open after his first attempt ended up rolling back to him on the 18th hole to finish the round on 73.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Arteta praises Arsenal's mental strength as Nketiah earns late win over West Ham
Eddie Nketiah's late goal ensures Arsenal maintain their 100% Premier League start as they condemn West Ham to a second successive defeat.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

Newspaper headlines: £10,000 fine 'for leaving house' and 'new Covid clampdown'
The PM introducing a new legal duty to stay at home if you have to self-isolate dominates the front pages.

BBC Front Page
Sep 19, 2020

A bleak start for Man Utd - and tough early questions for Woodward
Manchester United's first game of the season did little to instil confidence that this will be a year of progress, writes Simon Stone.

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