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Brexit: Boris Johnson says 'anti-democratic' backstop must be scrapped
The plan to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland is "unviable", the PM says in a letter to the EU.
Andrew Harper death: Murder accused appears in court
Jed Foster appears before magistrates, after PC Andrew Harper's wife pays tribute to her "darling boy".
Lightning strike 'partly to blame' for power cut
Regulator Ofgem publishes National Grid report into outage that hit homes and transport in England and Wales.
Hong Kong: British consulate worker 'detained at China border'
The Foreign Office says it is seeking further information from Chinese authorities.
Khan Sheikhoun: Syria rebels pull out of key town after five years
After five years in control, rebels pull out of a strategic town in their last remaining province.
Steve Smith: Australia batsman ruled out of third Ashes Test
Australia batsman Steve Smith - the leading run scorer in the 2019 Ashes - is out of the third Test after suffering a concussion in last week's second Test.
More schoolchildren 'rejecting cigarettes'
The proportion of surveyed pupils who have ever smoked tobacco drops to a record low of 16%.
Great British Bake Off: 2019 contestants revealed
A new batch of contestants get ready to battle it out in front of the cameras for the Bake Off crown.
Paul Pogba: Man Utd's Harry Maguire calls for action after racist abuse
Manchester United's Harry Maguire calls on social media companies to "stop these pathetic trolls" after team-mate Paul Pogba is subjected to racist abuse online.
Kashmir unrest: 'They shot me and I fell to the ground'
The BBC meets protesters who were allegedly injured at the hands of security forces in Kashmir.
Student loan overpayments of £28m going unclaimed
Graduates have paid millions in repayments even though their student loans have been cleared.
Toddler injured in Blackpool hotel window fall
The two-and-a-half year-old girl is in a serious condition and was airlifted to hospital in Liverpool.
Home and Away actor Ben Unwin dies aged 41
Ben Unwin played "bad boy" Jesse McGregor during two stints on the long-running Australian soap.
Newspaper headlines: PM's Brexit demands and Sir Elton defends royals
The papers cover Boris Johnson's letter insisting the "anti-democratic" backstop plan is ditched.
Billie Eilish: My baggy clothes shouldn't slut-shame others
The singer talks slut-shaming and fashion choices in an interview by Pharrell for V Magazine.
'I could feel my skin burning': Acid victims speak out
Two women share their stories of surviving and then recovering from acid attacks in Uganda.
When an ethical vegan met a sheep farmer...
Many vegans boycott woollen clothing on the basis that it is cruel to sheep.
Twitter 'adopts' a Berkshire grandad following viral video
82-year-old Keith melted millions of hearts when a video of him painting his granddaughter's nails went viral.
Meet the man who sets off Stormzy's festival flames
We look at why music stars like Stormzy are wanting bigger and more impressive special effects at their shows.
'My Instagram got hacked and I lost my business'
Micro businesses say Instagram hackers are costing them money by compromising their accounts.
Gloucestershire wildflower garden gets Twitter attention
Peter Thain decided to sow some seeds after his lawn was ruined by the hot weather last year.
The Rock marries girlfriend Lauren Hashian in Hawaii
The couple have been together since 2006 and have two children.
'Most unusual' vehicle stopped on M25 in Hertfordshire
The "homemade electric motorcycle" was approved and registered by the DVLA, police say.
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The Family: 'Raised in a doomsday cult, I entered the real world at 15'
Ben Shenton was raised in a cult that thought the world would soon end. It didn't - but one day his world abruptly changed.
The Morning Show: Why are there so many TV shows about TV shows?
Jennifer Aniston's new series is just the latest in a long line of programmes set behind the scenes.
The International 2019: What does it take to become a gaming millionaire?
Gaming is a near billion-dollar industry, but what kind of pressures do young e-sports stars face?
Why is the UK seeing a rise in measles cases?
Three years after eliminating the infection, Britain has lost its 'measles-free status'. How?
10 charts on what happens after GCSEs
At 16, teenagers face a number of training or education choices - but how have these decisions changed over time?
Why we lie about being retired
When we retire we often pretend that we're still working according to one Harvard academic.
The people policing the internet's most horrific content
Website content moderators have to see some very disturbing material. How do they cope?
Eduard Pernkopf: The Nazi book of anatomy still used by surgeons
Eduard Pernkopf created an "atlas" of anatomy by dissecting the bodies of Nazi political prisoners.
'Cut the Iron Curtain': Germany's 1989 freedom picnic
Thirty years ago a "European unity" picnic became an East German exodus from communism.
Stop and search: What are your rights?
With police stop and search powers set to expand what are your rights when approached?
Four debutants in Lionesses squad for friendlies against Belgium and Norway
Lionesses coach Phil Neville names his 24-player squad for England Women's upcoming friendlies against Belgium and Norway.
Manchester City and tactical fouls - what do the stats say?
Manchester City are regularly accused of being tactical foulers - is it fair and are any other teams at it?
Europa League final defeat transformed Arsenal's transfer strategy - Kroenke
Arsenal director Josh Kroenke speaks to BBC Sport about the club's summer transfers, fan pressure and future ambition.
'I love watching natural talent Archer - but Australia will still win the Ashes'
In his latest BBC Sport column, Glenn McGrath discusses Jofra Archer's impact on this series, and how Australia have to deal with his pace.
Usain Bolt's 200m world record 10 years on - 'You've got to be kidding me!'
A look back as Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt breaks the 200m world record at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin on 20 August 2009.
Murray positive despite first-round loss to Sandgren in Winston-Salem
Andy Murray is still searching for his first singles win since hip surgery after losing 7-6 7-5 to Tennys Sandgren in the Winston-Salem Open first round.
'People made fun of me but I showed them I could do this' - Deaf player makes ATP Tour history
South Korea's Lee Duck-hee becomes the first deaf player to win a match in the main draw of a tournament on the ATP Tour.
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