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Brexit: Theresa May urges new dynamic in Brexit talks
The PM tells EU leaders they must work together on a deal "we can defend to our people".
Mobile companies overcharging customers after contracts end
The UK government said the firms needed to inform customers when they had paid for their handsets.
Storm Brian: Strong winds set to hit British Isles
The Atlantic storm is due to hit parts of the UK and the Republic of Ireland on Saturday morning.
Harvey Weinstein stripped of British Film Institute Fellowship
Weinstein faces a string of sexual assault and harassment allegations, which he denies.
Crime rises by 13% in England and Wales, ONS statistics say
There were an average of 100,000 crimes a week in the year to June, the Office for National Statistics says.
Southern drivers to be balloted to end dispute
Train drivers are to consider a deal to end their long-running action, Aslef says.
Bank of England under fire for lack of diversity
Treasury select committee seeks evidence on the Bank's efforts to improve its gender and ethnic mix.
Mother appeals for return of stillborn baby charm bracelet
The charm, inscribed with "Made with Love", was inside a wallet lost in Burton-on-Trent.
A-level row head teacher suspended
The head of a school where some pupils were stopped from taking A-levels, is suspended.
Penny Lancaster says she was sexually assaulted
The model and wife of Rod Stewart says her attacker was someone she worked with as a teenager.
Rochdale inquiry: Paedophile 'camped outside Knowl View'
A former headmaster tells the inquiry that Roderick Hilton was considered "part of the furniture".
British Airways apologises for bed bugs on Canada flight
Canadian passengers complained they were nibbled by bed bugs on a Vancouver to London flight.
Viewsnight: 'Our welfare state is dysfunctional'
James Bartholomew argues welfare states have proved incompetent at helping the most vulnerable.
Jeremy Corbyn meets EU negotiator Michel Barnier
Jeremy Corbyn speaks to the BBC after meeting EU negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels.
Youths set off fireworks in bus and shops in Islington
Transport for London said it was "idiotic behaviour" which "will not be tolerated".
Feisty dove sees off strangers
The bird has been known to pursue postal workers delivering to houses in Long Stratton, Norfolk.
His Dark Materials has an 'equel' - La Belle Sauvage
17 years after His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman reads from La Belle Sauvage: The Book Of Dust Volume One.
999 police and NHS workers on assaults by the public
An ambulance worker and a police officer give graphic descriptions of verbal and physical assaults by the public.
Sir Tom: Jones: Encounter ‘made me feel terrible’
Sir Tom Jones says he 'felt terrible' after being propositioned early in his career.
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Badger discovered asleep in cat bed in Linlithgow
The badger entered the house through a cat flap and helped itself to cat food before going to sleep.
Cambridge Uni students get Shakespeare trigger warnings
Cambridge University students are given "trigger alerts" that they might be upset by some text.
Newspaper headlines: No deal Brexit plans and 'rip-off' mobiles
David Davis is planning for no deal on Brexit talks, and millions overcharged for mobiles feature on Friday's front pages.
Drawing a line
The line between flirtation and harassment is a fine - and often blurred - one.
'Shots were getting closer'
Lisa Marie Husby recalls the day Anders Breivik opened fire as she sat with students attending a summer camp in Norway.
Reality Check
Crime statistics are regularly disputed so here's what the numbers mean.
'Death Island'
British soldiers opened the first concentration camp in Russia in 1918, during World War One. To locals it was known as "Death Island".
Health hero
A 12-year-old boy from the West Midlands has been announced as one of BBC Radio 1's teen heroes.
Codebreaker quiz
As a Bletchley Park book of brainteasers is released, test your knowledge of the home of WW2 codebreakers.
The 'silent raid'
The final raid by a German Zeppelin on London during WW1 killed seven siblings and 25 others.
NHS Tracker
Use our tracker to check whether your local services are meeting strict waiting-time targets for cancer, routine operations and A&E.
Reality Check
After five rounds of talks, the two sides are making competing claims about progress. How much has really been made?
Tricks of the trade
The author gives his tricks of the trade to the BBC ahead of the publication of La Belle Sauvage.
Awkward and invasive
Frank McGowan was sexually attacked by Cheryl Cottrell at a party in Glasgow. He's now speaking out to help others.