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Petrol supply: Crisis starting to ease, Boris Johnson says
The situation at fuel stations is "stabilising", says the PM, after days of queues and pump closures.
Labour conference: Winning election more important than unity, says Sir Keir Starmer
The Labour leader tells the BBC his party has to change to avoid losing another general election.
Delay to enforcement of Scottish vaccine passport scheme
Nicola Sturgeon announces a "grace period" before the new certification rules will be enforced.
Former England striker Roger Hunt dies aged 83
Former Liverpool striker Roger Hunt, who played in every England game of the 1966 World Cup, dies at the age of 83.
Greta Thunberg mocks world leaders' words at Youth4Climate
Greta Thunberg, the climate activist, uses a speech to mock world leaders, including UK PM Boris Johnson.
Covid: Boris Johnson makes inquiry pledge to bereaved families
Boris Johnson says he will appoint an inquiry chair before Christmas, after meeting a campaign group.
Southeastern stripped of franchise over undeclared funding
Southeastern failed to declare more than £25m of taxpayer funding that should have been returned.
Afghanistan: Al-Qaeda could threaten US in a year - US general
Top General Mark Milley says the Afghan Taliban have not broken their ties with the terrorist group.
Sabina Nessa: Man appears in court charged with murder
Koci Selamaj, 36, is charged with the murder of the 28-year-old whose body was found in Kidbrooke.
Paralympian Janice Moores gets podium moment 37 years later
Paralympian Janice Moores won gold, but her podium moment has always been tinged with disappointment.
Andrea Martin: En Vogue and Blu Cantrell songwriter dies at 49
The US R&B hitmaker also wrote tracks for Leona Lewis, Angie Stone, SWV, Blu Cantrell and Tomcraft
Gothenburg blast: Swedish police probe explosion at flats that injured 16
Police are investigating whether criminal activity is behind the blast that seriously injured four.
Rare white deer shot dead on Bootle street by police
Officers were concerned about the dangers posed by the animal to passing motorists and pedestrians.
Llandudno goalkeeper Alan Camsell still playing at 88
Eighty-eight year old Alan Camsell is now playing with the grandsons of his original team mates.
Fernandes, Lingard, Foden, Neville: Who's really in control of footballers' social media?
After Bruno Fernandes' penalty apology we look at who is running footballers' social personas.
Three dads united by their daughters' suicides
The men will be walking 300 miles over two weeks between their homes to raise money and awareness.
Atlas V: Rocket launch creates strange lights in UK sky
Amateur astronomers across the UK capture the strange cone-shaped lights from their back gardens.
Remembering Babyn Yar and Ukraine's forgotten 'Holocaust by Bullets'
The country is still grappling with how to remember one of the worst massacres of World War Two.
What it's like to be a nine-year-old in a vaccine clinical trial
Fraternal twins Evan and Lizzy are enroled in Pfizer's vaccine trial for children between ages five and 11.
John Lennon: Recording of unreleased song up for auction in Denmark
The rare audio track was made in Denmark more than 50 years ago, months before The Beatles split.
Shakur Pinnock e-scooter death: 'His sacrifices will save a lot of people'
Chante Hoosang tells the BBC a helmet might have saved her boyfriend Shakur Pinnock's life.
London Marathon: The man hoping to skip over the finish line
Rajinder Singh, aka the ‘Skipping Sikh’, is taking part in this year’s London Marathon.
Covid-19: Young people back jab in survey and bereaved want memorial
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
The testimony that convicted R. Kelly
Several women said the R&B superstar had attacked them and forced them into humiliating sex acts.
Shortage problem: What's the UK running low on and why?
Shortages are one thing we don't seem to be running out of in the UK right now.
Why are so many single women trying love coaching?
It's a multi-billion-dollar industry and one that makes bold promises. Do love coaches actually deliver?
Writer's block, betrayal and tremolo guitars: The making of Billie Eilish's Bond theme
Billie Eilish, Finneas and Johnny Marr discuss the making of the No Time To Die theme song.
Female Afghan judges hunted by the murderers they convicted
Six former female judges who have gone into hiding speak to the BBC from secret locations across the country.
Petrol shortage: Is the fuel crisis improving?
The government hopes that the petrol crisis causing long queues at stations, will soon ease.
Green investing: How your savings can fight climate change
Campaigners say you should see your money as a secret superpower that can help save the planet
The race to replace persistent chemicals in our homes
Why widely-used PFAS coatings found on objects like frying pans and raincoats are in the spotlight.
'Gentleman, modest and one of Liverpool's greatest' - Roger Hunt obituary
Roger Hunt played with a willingness and desire for football's dirty work, but was a truly outstanding striker for club and country, writes Phil McNulty.
Root 'desperate' to go to Australia but does not confirm his place on Ashes tour
Joe Root says he is "desperate" to take part in the Ashes, but stopped short of confirming he will definitely lead England in Australia.
Manchester United: It's time for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to prove himself as an elite-level manager - Micah Richards
BBC pundit Micah Richards says Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to show signs of progress when he takes on Villarreal in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Heather Knight, Sophia Dunkley & Brunt v Verma - England women's stars of the summer
BBC Sport looks back at some of the most memorable moments from the women's cricket season.
Chelsea midfielder Kante tests positive for Covid
Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante tests positive for coronavirus and will miss Wednesday's Champions League tie with Juventus.
How many questions can you get right? Test your sports knowledge with this week’s Question of Sport Quiz.
Paddy McGuiness takes charge with the latest series of Question of Sport, so are you a sporting genius? Have a go at this week’s marathon-related quiz.
Travel update: What are the latest rule changes?
Eight countries have now moved from the UK's red travel lists, to the less restrictive amber.
Covid passports: How do I get one and when will I need it?
People in Scotland will need to be fully vaccinated to go to clubs, sporting events and concerts.
Which children are being vaccinated?
All children aged 12-15 across the UK are being offered one dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
When is furlough ending?
The furlough scheme, which protected millions of jobs during the pandemic, is coming to an end.
What's in England's winter plan?
Lockdown rules have changed across the UK, but some restrictions remain in place.
How many 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.
Xianzi: The #MeToo icon China is trying to silence
A court has thrown out a high-profile sexual harassment case. Can China's feminist movement survive?
Covid debt: A baby, job loss - and now eviction
Tenants are being evicted due to rent arrears built up during the pandemic, an investigation finds.
CEO Secrets: 'In my business, you eat what you kill'
Music executive Riki Bleau shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.
'How we re-delivered a baby's postcard - 75 years on'
After an illness, Stu began reuniting old postcards with their owners - and revived some buried memories.
The torso in the Thames: A 20-year mystery
Twenty years ago, a young African boy was murdered and his torso was dumped in the Thames. It's the longest unsolved child murder case in the recent history of the Metropolitan Police.
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