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Theresa May quits: UK set for new PM by end of July
An emotional Theresa May confirms she will step down as Tory leader on 7 June, saying she has done all she can and a new prime minister will have to deliver Brexit.
Sheffield 'incident': Two boys die in Shiregreen
A man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of murdering the boys, aged 13 and 14.
Whorlton Hall: Ten arrested over abuse allegations
Ten workers are held over the alleged mistreatment of hospital patients following a BBC investigation.
Everest: Three more die amid overcrowding near summit
Seven have died climbing the world's highest peak in a week - more than for the whole of last year.
Surgeons warn of serious hand injuries from dog leads and collars
A Cornwall dog owner had the skin torn off her middle finger by a lead wound tightly round her hand.
Bob Higgins victims to sue Southampton and Peterborough United
A lawyer representing those abused by Bob Higgins says he hopes a civil trial can be avoided.
The Italian resort that became a ghost town
Parco Saraceno was built in the 1960s as a luxury resort - but didn't have planning permission.
Chelmsford school locker death: Boy, 9, killed in fall
Leo Latifi was with family members at an after-school swimming club when the accident happened.
Contaminated blood inquiry: Richard Lowry 'wanted to die'
A woman tells of her devastation at having to tell her sons their father was going to die.
Birmingham LGBT school row: Protests 'won't stop lessons'
Protesters vow to carry on opposing the teaching of LGBT issues to primary school children.
Liberal Democrats start leadership contest
Sir Vince Cable confirms he will hand over to his successor on 23 July.
US groups sue Alabama over 'extreme' abortion ban
The lawsuit was expected and is part of a conservative strategy to re-examine federal abortion law.
UK flights: Number of planes using British skies to reach all-time high
Six per minute are expected in one day, with a bank holiday and half-term contributing to the spike.
Rebecca Henderson: Posthumous degree for rucksack heart woman
Oxford University student Rebecca Henderson died in February from transplant complications.
Theresa May: Who will be the next prime minister?
Runners and riders in the Conservative leadership race after Theresa May says she will step down.
Theresa May: Did she solve her seven burning injustices?
When Theresa May became prime minister in July 2016 she identified seven burning injustices.
Theresa May resignation: What does it mean for Brexit?
With Theresa May announcing her departure, both No Deal and No Brexit are both more likely.
Theresa May: Premiership in six charts
The highs and lows of Theresa May's time in office, explained in six charts.
Theresa May: How the PM fought through Brexit battles
It's been a struggle that lasted three years – how did Theresa May's leadership play out?
Theresa May resigns: What happened?
The UK leader has announced she will step down - plunging the Brexit process into further turmoil.
The Theresa May story: The Tory leader brought down by Brexit
How Brexit led to the downfall of the UK's second female prime minister.
Theresa May's 'deep regret' over Brexit
The prime minister says she will leave office on 7 June, having failed to deliver the UK's exit from the EU.
Theresa May's political career in three minutes
Brexit came to define her time as prime minister, but Theresa May had a long and varied political career.
'We entered a contest and won our baby'
After a failed round of IVF, Della McGill and her partner entered a competition and won the ultimate life-changing prize.
Iran police arrest 30 at private yoga class
The mixed group was detained in Gorgan after an event, which was advertised on Instagram.
Quiz of the Week: To which country was Nike forced to apologise?
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?
Royal Mint selling rare gold sovereign for £100,000
The gold sovereign from 1819, being offered via a ballot, is one of only 10 left in the world.
Taiwan gay marriage: Three couples and a wedding to celebrate equality
Three couples find a special way to celebrate Taiwan becoming the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage.
Chinese driver gets ticket for scratching his face
A man was fined and given points on his licence after a smart traffic camera decided he was on the phone.
Blackpink: Meet the K-pop superstars backstage at their first UK tour
From their Spice Girls inspiration to Coachella: here's what we learned from K-pop stars Blackpink.
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Viewpoint: What Assange charges could mean for press freedom
New US charges against the Wikileaks co-founder have massive implications, a legal expert argues.
Does a hit song really need 9 writers?
Rudimental just won a songwriting prize for a song that credits nine writers. How many is too many?
Austria scandal: Mystery of the honey-trap video
Speculation is at fever pitch after a video results in the far right pulling out of Austria's government.
Mt Everest: Why the summit can get so crowded
A picture gives a glimpse into the conditions facing climbers at the top of the world.
India general election 2019: What happened?
Analysis of the results of India's 2019 general election.
The man who made Einstein world-famous
UK astronomer Arthur Eddington proved the German-born physicist's theory of relativity in May 1919.
Brazil's Barão de Cocais waits as dam nearby at risk of collapse
Residents of Barão de Cocais are on alert as a nearby mining dam is at risk of collapse.
'It changes how you think about waste you're creating'
Loop is a new way to reduce packaging by delivering groceries in reusable containers
Rahul Gandhi: Is this the end of the Gandhi dynasty?
After Narendra Modi's stunning victory, is this the end for Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi?
Climate change: Answers to your most asked questions
You sent us thousands of questions about climate change. Here are some answers to the most common.
Aladdin: Disney remakes and the power of nostalgia
Aladdin is the latest animation to go "live action". Why is Disney remaking so many of its old films?
Mae Martin: The comedian who doesn't want to label love
Canadian stand-up Mae Martin wishes we could all relax about each other's sexuality.
Mauricio Pochettino's joke backfires as Real Madrid release official statement
A tongue-in-cheek comment from Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino backfires and prompts Real Madrid to release an official statement.
England captain Morgan fractures finger but should be fit for World Cup
England captain Eoin Morgan has sustained a small flake fracture to his left index finger but expects to be fit for his side's opening World Cup fixture.
'I lost the ability to speak' - England captain on head injury recovery
When Olympic champion Alex Danson hit her head on a wall while laughing, the "most challenging part" of her life began.
History of women's sport: From ice skating in 1902 to modern-day football heroes
From ice skating in 1902 to modern-day football heroes, these are some of the female pioneers who have been trailblazers in sport.
Boulter out of French Open but earns £20,000
British number two Katie Boulter confirms her withdrawal from the French Open after being included in main draw.
'My childhood dream has come true' - McManus joins Man Utd after City exit
England defender Abbie McManus signs a pre-contract agreement with Manchester United after leaving rivals Manchester City.
Neymar? Kylian Mbappe? Will Real Madrid make big signings this summer
After winning nothing in 2018-19, Real Madrid are widely expected to rebuild this summer - will this herald a return of the Galacticos to the Bernabeu?
Radio 1's Big Weekend acts recreated in wool
The Nunthorpe & Marton Knitters are welcoming the stars of Radio 1's Big Weekend.
We Are Middlesbrough: From a town of industry to a city of culture?
Middlesbrough's grimy past is turned into art and a musical as the town looks to a creative future.
Middlesbrough Central Library: Hugs, sleep and Islam for Dummies
Libraries now put community hubs and computers alongside books but people are still at their heart.
Growing Middlesbrough project offers lifeline to asylum seekers
Ibrahim says it is a place where he can find peace for himself.
We Are Middlesbrough: Sheesiders are 'the ultimate girl group'
Two friends set up a "girl group" to save women from "toxic friendships" and loneliness in Middlesbrough.
We Are Middlesbrough: Pregnant teenagers tell their story
Robyn used to drink and smoke marijuana, but says her impending little girl changed her life.
Club Together: The Middlesbrough team bringing refugees together
The men who play for the Middlesbrough club say it helps give them a sense of belonging.
Tees cartoons: How Middlesbrough is animating the future
Wannabe animators from across the world are now flocking to Middlesbrough.
Middlesbrough: Keeping the flames alive at final foundry
There is only one foundry left in Middlesbrough - the town once known as Ironopolis.
We Are Middlesbrough: Town 'is in my blood, my DNA'
Following his husband's sudden death in 2016, Jonathan Brown says he never considered returning south.
Roller derby team proud of Middlesbrough
The skaters of Middlesbrough Roller Derby team want to encourage more women to get involved in sport.
Bob Higgins: The Southampton football coach who abused boys
How Bob Higgins was able to groom and abuse young footballers over the course of two decades.
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