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Covid: Travel and mask rules tightened over Omicron variant
New measures to slow Omicron's spread in England before Christmas are unveiled by Boris Johnson.
New Covid variant: Is the government going far enough on Omicron?
The new variant's genetic profile has raised concerns, but there's a shortage of real-world data.
Storm Arwen: Third person dies as gale-force winds hit UK
A third person dies after the storm and thousands of homes are left without power in Storm Arwen.
Storm Arwen: I'm a Celebrity contestants removed from set
This weekend's episodes of the ITV show, filmed at Gwrych castle, Conwy, have also been cancelled.
Head teacher killed in storm was 'giant in his prime'
Primary school head Francis Lagan died when a tree fell on his car during Storm Arwen.
Stephen Sondheim: London's West End to dim lights for theatre icon
The two-minute tribute to theatre titan Stephen Sondheim, who died this week, takes place on Monday.
Covid: South Africa 'punished' for detecting new Omicron variant
South Africa should be praised for discovering Omicron, not hit with travel bans, its officials say.
Covid: Dozens test positive on SA-Netherlands flights
The Dutch health authority says the new Omicron variant was "probably found in a number of people".
Snowdonia communities 'exploited', says Gwynedd council
The area is likened to Amsterdam, Barcelona and Venice in having more tourists than it can handle.
Hondurans vote to replace controversial leader
A former first lady and a man convicted of corruption vie to succeed an unpopular president.
Naomi Campbell's charity Fashion for Relief 'co-operating' with probe
The supermodel's Fashion for Relief is being investigated by the Charity Commission over its finances.
Tube strikes set to disrupt first Night Tube services
Plans to reopen the Central and Victoria lines in the early hours will be disrupted.
Covid: Cardiff Airport dead without bailout, boss says
Airport boss Spencer Birns says the business could "provide the economic value back to Wales".
The Papers: Mandatory masks and moving memories of Channel migrants
Most of today's papers report on new Covid restrictions, after first cases of Omicron were detected.
Storm Arwen: Dark Hedges trees brought down by strong winds
A local campaigner, who visits the area weekly, says two trees were brought down in overnight winds.
‘I’m blind but technology helps me animate’
Elodie Bateson, 11, from Limavady who is blind has become an expert at making short animated movies.
Your pictures on the theme of 'home comforts'
A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.
The migrants returned to Iraqi camps from Belarus
Three specially chartered planes have now returned 1,000 migrants from Belarus to Iraq.
The 25-year-old getting young people into Northern Soul
Bristol influencer Levanna McClean is putting on free dance classes to get people into the genre.
Storm Arwen: Tree fall in Bridgend narrowly misses woman
A woman had a lucky escape after a tree fell just feet away from where she was standing.
Subbuteo: Is table football enjoying a resurgence?
A club which began with a father and son playing Subbuteo is set to host an international event.
Pre-Inca mummy found in Peru
Archaeologists think the mummy, found near Lima, could be up to 1,200 years old.
Covid vaccine: Can US troops be punished for refusing the jabs?
The US military has said that America's 2.1 million soldiers and sailors must all get the vaccine.
Yemen: The woman saving a crumbling heritage
Its famous architecture has been wrecked by war - now a female engineer is rebuilding amid the conflict.
All-party groups: Calls for stronger anti-lobbying rules for MPs
MPs face tighter rules on second jobs - but what about lobbying through all-party groups?
'There's something special about panto in Scotland'
Ayr Gaiety is among theatres across the country hoping to lure back audiences with the return of pantomime season.
Nigerian celebrities Simi and Chigul expose sexism in music and Nollywood
Singer Simi and Nollywood's Chigul tell the BBC about the cultural hurdles female stars face.
'Why do you like Shah Rukh Khan?'
The Bollywood superstar's female fandom rests not on love but on economics, according to a new book.
Can art fix a city’s problems beyond the gallery walls?
A major new art exhibition in Manchester bills itself as "a manual for social change".
Obituary: Stephen Sondheim
The composer and lyricist was a giant of musical theatre with a knack for adapting unlikely subjects.
By-election: Tory wobbles in true blue Bexley?
The BBC's Ione Wells visits Old Bexley and Sidcup in south-east London ahead of the by-election.
'He is the perfect signing' - is Jota key to Liverpool's success?
Liverpool have scored more goals after 13 games than in any other top-flight season, so is "perfect signing" Diogo Jota key to their success?
Earps the 'difference-maker' in England win over Austria - Wiegman
England manager Sarina Wiegman says goalkeeper Mary Earps "made a difference" in their 1-0 win over Austria.
Great Britain beat France 2-1 in opening Davis Cup group game
Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans both battle to give Great Britain a 2-1 win over France in their Davis Cup group opener.
Barbarians thrash South Africa in front of record crowd for women's game - highlights & report
The Barbarians women's team beat a South Africa women's XV 60-5 in front of a record 29,581 fans at Twickenham.
Two keepers in line-up & 7-0 down at half-time - Portuguese match abandoned amid farcical scenes
The Portuguese top-flight match between Belenenses and Benfica is abandoned after the hosts are reduced to six men.
UK Snooker Championship 2021: Seven-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan and three-time winner John Higgins advance in York
Ronnie O'Sullivan and John Higgins both reach the third round of the UK Championship with routine wins in York.
Barbarians 60-5 South Africa: Sarah Levy scores a hat-trick in crushing win
The Barbarians women's team put on a dominant display to defeat a South Africa women's XV 60-5 in front of a record 29,581 fans at Twickenham.
Covid: Will there be another lockdown in the UK?
England's Covid rules are being strengthened in response to the Omicron variant
What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings?
Face coverings are set to become a legal requirement in England again.
New Covid variant: Chris Whitty on why scientists are concerned about new Covid variant
Watch Chris Whitty, chief medical officer, speak about what scientists know about the new Omicron variant.
The African countries on the red list - and other UK travel rules
There are new restrictions on travellers returning from 10 southern African countries.
New Covid variant: South Africa's pride and punishment
South Africans feel they are paying the price for their ability to monitor new Covid variants.
What are the Covid variants and will vaccines still work?
A new Covid variant has emerged that looks worryingly different to the one vaccines were designed to fight.
Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?
Charts and maps tracking the progress of Covid vaccination programmes.
Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?
A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms of coronavirus.
Covid: How do I get a lateral flow or PCR test?
People in England are being advised to test for Covid before going to crowded places this winter.
New Covid variant: Where do variants come from?
New Covid-19 variants keep appearing – and their mutations are very different to the comic book kind.
Covid: Who can have a booster jab and how can you get one?
All over-40s will be offered a booster vaccination, and pregnant women are urged to get jabbed.
Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
Covid passports: How do I get one and when will I need it?
Like Scotland and Wales, Northern Ireland will introduce a vaccine passport for entry to large events.
Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?
Northern Ireland ministers have urged people to keep working from home wherever possible.
Covid: When can teenagers get a second dose?
All 16 and 17 year-olds in the UK can now have a second dose 12 weeks after the first.
Can I get a free flu jab?
Health officials are urging millions of people to get a free flu vaccination this winter.
Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
How many people are vaccinated so far?
A look at the progress made in vaccinating the country's population, as more than 50 million people have received at least one dose.
The gangs enticing migrants to cross the English Channel
The BBC has uncovered evidence showing that smugglers are still telling migrants it is safe to cross.
Channel migrants: Johnson under pressure to reduce small boat crossings
Lives remain at risk, but as the crisis persists, the greater the political risks for the PM too.
Channel tragedy: Scramble to identify dead off Calais
At least 27 people died trying to reach the UK by boat. Officials are trying to find their identities.
Why do migrants leave France and try to cross the English Channel?
Rising numbers of migrants are trying to cross the English Channel in small boats.
Channel migrants: Why politics is dominating the debate on migrants
UK-French rivalry is making a common solution difficult, says the BBC's Europe Editor Katya Adler.
Channel deaths: What do we know so far?
There are many unanswered questions following the deaths of 27 people. Here is what we know so far.
Why Iraqi Kurds risk their lives to reach the West
What drives people to make the perilous journey, which for many has ended in death?
Channel migrants: What happens to people crossing to the UK?
Record numbers of migrants have been crossing the English Channel in boats in recent months.
CEO Secrets: From Ordsall poverty to being a billionaire
Peter Done, co-founder of Betfred and CEO of Peninsula, shares his business advice for CEO Secrets.
New mothers who died of herpes could have been infected by one surgeon
Two mothers who died of herpes after ​having Caesareans could have been infected by a single surgeon, the BBC has found. 
Evil Corp: 'My hunt for the world's most wanted hackers'
The BBC’s Joe Tidy goes to Russia in search of men on the FBI’s cyber most wanted list.
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