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The Met describes the attack on Thomas O'Halloran in west London as an act of unprovoked violence.
17 August 2022
Four lines are shut near to London Bridge while the Jubilee line is also partly suspended.
17 August 2022
The event gives Tory members the chance to question the candidates on Northern Ireland issues.
17 August 2022
Property values rose fastest in Scotland in the year to June, official figures show.
17 August 2022
A mural of Joy Divison's Ian Curtis was painted over with an advert for Manchester MC Aitch's album.
17 August 2022
Jaswant Singh Chail allegedly told a protection officer "I am here to kill the Queen".
17 August 2022
Aran Chada, from Leicestershire, had been missing since a boat trip on 22 July.
17 August 2022
Jade Harrison suffered nightmares after the accident at Hull Fair in October 2019.
17 August 2022
The singer, 41, starred on 2002 talent show Pop Idol before having a string of hits and stage roles.
17 August 2022
Blooms now cover all of England's largest lake and the situation is "critical", a zoologist warns.
17 August 2022
Thames Water, which supplies water to 10 million customers in the south of England, starts the ban on 24 August.
17 August 2022
Untreated sewage has been discharged into the sea and around the coast following heavy rain.
17 August 2022
A mum says she struggling to feed her four children as shopkeeper believes life could get "harder".
17 August 2022
An exhibition offers nostalgia and memories of a Wolverhampton home and Bollywood video rental shop.
17 August 2022
Billy the cat woke up his owner Sam Felstead by jumping on her and meowing.
17 August 2022
Inflation could rise to 13% and the cost of living is putting a squeeze on finances, so how are people feeling?
16 August 2022
Actor Rose Ayling-Ellis worked on the creation of the doll, saying "it's quite powerful" and "such a big deal."
16 August 2022
The Met Office issues yellow warnings for thunderstorms, with travel disruption, power cuts and lightning possible
16 August 2022
BBC Panorama reveals evidence suggesting the FCA could have acted earlier before a fund collapsed.
16 August 2022
It is the boundary of the huge water catchment area that feeds the Silent Valley and Ben Crom reservoirs.
16 August 2022
Afghan contractors left behind when the Taliban seized power tell the BBC they feel betrayed.
16 August 2022
Heather James spoke to BBC Breakfast about how her family owe it to her daughter to enjoy life.
16 August 2022
What are the big issues likely to be for Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak at the Tory hustings in Perth?
16 August 2022
The mother of the late cancer campaigner says the hardest part was "knowing I couldn't do anything".
16 August 2022
As the cost of animal care spirals, charities are going to extreme lengths to help families keep their pets.
16 August 2022
A new bivalent vaccine made by Moderna that targets two Covid-19 variants has been approved in the UK.
15 August 2022
Lucy was diagnosed with ADHD at 22 years of age, after being told she'd have to wait two years on the NHS.
15 August 2022
Heavy rain might seem ideal now for parched areas of the UK, but scientists warn it's a hazard.
15 August 2022
A degree can be valuable in many ways. Here is a look at some of the financial pros and cons.
15 August 2022
A young British Indian and British Pakistani speak about what 75 years of independence means to them.
15 August 2022
Jessica Mitchell says her baby boy died after doctors refused to treat him properly.
15 August 2022
Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band from Northern Ireland came out top at the Glasgow green event.
14 August 2022
The insects grow into death's-head hawkmoths, known for their distinctive skull pattern.
14 August 2022
The age of motherhood in Wales is rising as older mothers overtake young ones for the first time.
14 August 2022
The corner of Tuscany where they have been honouring their culinary links to Scotland for decades.
14 August 2022
In a new TV show, Miriam Margolyes asks whether Australia is truly the land of the fabled 'fair go'.
13 August 2022
Debbie Todd uses her camera to capture and celebrate people's disabilities and differences.
13 August 2022
Bad information and myths about UK heatwave circulate on social media, we debunk them
13 August 2022
It's been a year since the Taliban took control in Afghanistan.
12 August 2022
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