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Hosepipes are now banned in Kent and Sussex, while a drought is likely to be declared in some areas.
12 August 2022
By the time BBC journalist Sarah Lee was able to get doctors to listen, her cancer had spread.
12 August 2022
Conservatives who are not UK citizens explain why they’re voting in the party’s leadership ballot.
12 August 2022
A farmer, flower grower and animal rescue centre worker speak about the challenges of the conditions.
12 August 2022
The Tory leader hopeful says profit is not "dirty" and windfall taxes were about "bashing business".
11 August 2022
An astronomical forecast for the yearly cost of energy and a likely drought declaration lead the papers.
11 August 2022
The first minister's future is again the subject of speculation, despite her plans for a referendum.
11 August 2022
The 66-year-old says the council will need to double its offer to get him to vacate his property.
11 August 2022
A number of people are taken to hospital after they were slashed by a man carrying a weapon.
11 August 2022
Emma Edwards says his reinstatement sends a message "that domestic abuse survivors don't matter".
11 August 2022
Liverpool's tourism owes Bill Heckle and Dave Jones "a huge debt of thanks", says the lord mayor.
11 August 2022
The man went missing on Sunday after getting into difficulties while with a friend.
11 August 2022
Stocks of the vaccine run low in the UK, with a new batch not due to arrive until next month.
11 August 2022
Known for 1980s hit Pass the Dutchie, the band played the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony.
11 August 2022
A girl is in hospital with serious injuries, and two others are hurt, in a suspected hit-and-run.
11 August 2022
Wildfires are uniquely challenging for fire crews and they are becoming much more frequent.
11 August 2022
Damien Heagney, 47, was last seen on New Year's Eve and a search is ongoing in a reservoir.
11 August 2022
It comes after allies of the PM dismissed an inquiry into whether he misled Parliament over Partygate.
11 August 2022
The charity voices concerns of delaying support for households bracing themselves for energy bill hikes.
11 August 2022
The charges follow the death of a father-of-six and attacks on three other people in incidents around Skye.
11 August 2022
George Jack Temperley-Wells is thought to have travelled from Darlington with his mother.
11 August 2022
An 11-year-old boy and a 54-year-old woman remain in hospital following the blast in south London.
11 August 2022
Its IT provider says it may take three or four weeks to fully recover from the cyber-attack.
11 August 2022
One in six local authorities in the UK have lost at least one pool since 2019, BBC News finds.
11 August 2022
The inflatable was spotted in St George's Square in Pimlico amid soaring temperatures.
11 August 2022
Councils across the country are sending vulnerable young people to children's homes in Blackpool. The approach is raising concerns.
11 August 2022
July saw temperature records broken multiple times.
11 August 2022
More shade, extra fans and ice blocks are also being used at Hatton Country World near Warwick.
11 August 2022
The heatwave will make conditions on England's farms worse as experts warn of smaller harvests.
11 August 2022
As the cost of living soars 'repair cafes' are growing in popularity.
10 August 2022
The consumer journalist says rising prices are a crisis on a scale with the Covid pandemic.
10 August 2022
Wheelchair user Naomi Stenning has been campaigning at King's College London for two years to improve access to buildings.
09 August 2022
A hosepipe ban is being introduced for some areas, but what about the rest of the UK?
09 August 2022
A new petition to the government is calling for a tax on plastic lawns to 'encourage more sustainable options'.
08 August 2022
In 2015, Andrea Sheardown was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer and given just six weeks to live.
07 August 2022
About 60 people were evacuated from their homes in west London but no injuries were reported.
07 August 2022
Macro photographer Geraint Radford says insects have a bad reputation, but they're "funny".
07 August 2022
With temperatures rising, how can you stop your home overheating?
18 July 2022
Know the signs and what to do if someone is unwell in hot weather.
15 July 2022
Compare the temperature in your area to other locations in the UK and around the world.
16 June 2022
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