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Veg shortages drive surprise jump in UK inflation

6 hours 54 min ago
The cost of living unexpectedly rises driven by sharp rises in food prices, official figures show.

Born To Brawl: Prince Naseem Hamed's sons Aadam and Sami are turning professional

7 hours 34 sec ago
In the latest episode of Born to Brawl we document Aadam and Sami Hamed's journey to becoming professional boxers.

Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka faced 'hate' in locker room over Russian invasion of Ukraine

7 hours 9 min ago
Belarusian world number two Aryna Sabalenka says she has faced "hate" in the locker room over her country's role in Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Bafta TV Awards 2023: This is Going to Hurt and The Responder lead nominations

7 hours 9 min ago
Ben Whishaw's This Is Going To Hurt and Martin Freeman's The Responder each have six TV nominations.

Boris Johnson to vote against Sunak's NI Brexit deal

7 hours 54 min ago
The former prime minister called Rishi Sunak's Northern Ireland Brexit deal "unacceptable".

UK inflation rate calculator: How much are prices rising for you?

8 hours 1 min ago
Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.

NBA: Golden State Warriors at Dallas Mavericks on BBC as play-off race heats up

8 hours 20 min ago
NBA champions the Golden State Warriors must show "urgency" if they are to make the play-offs, says five-time NBA All-Star Klay Thompson.

Bath: Car wedged against historic hotel lifted away

8 hours 24 min ago
The vehicle is manoeuvred out of the gap between the pavement and the hotel.

Ukraine to clinch first IMF loan to nation at war

8 hours 36 min ago
The $15.6bn financing package is expected to be approved in the coming weeks.

Jude Bellingham: From humble beginnings to shining on football's biggest stages

8 hours 58 min ago
Jude Bellingham didn't take to football initially but once he did the midfielder has risen rapidly to become one of the world's best players at just 19.

The struggle to find a home in a picture-postcard village

9 hours 3 min ago
Some people have spent years trying to find an affordable property in part of the Scottish Highlands.

The Papers: 'D-day' for Johnson as he gets 'ready for battle'

9 hours 53 min ago
Wednesday's papers lead on Boris Johnson giving evidence later in a televised hearing on partygate.

Two held after mob rushes Sydney LGBT protesters

12 hours 11 min ago
Two men have been arrested after a mob clashed with LGBT activists outside a Sydney church, police say.

Ending sewage dumping will raise water bills, report says

13 hours 8 min ago
The House of Lords report blames government, regulator and water companies for pollution.

Mason: 'Box office Boris' is pure political theatre

13 hours 33 min ago
The PM before last was never likely to gently fade out and disappear, writes the BBC's political editor.

Terri White: How I fear for the 'ghost children' missing from school

14 hours 28 min ago
The journalist and broadcaster has been investigating why 140,000 children are "severely absent" from school.

Sidemen manager: 'I cut out alcohol to succeed'

15 hours 5 min ago
Jordan Schwarzenberger talks about his attitude to alcohol in the workplace for our CEO Secrets series.

Helen Glover: British Olympic champion hopes for place in Paris 2024 team

15 hours 17 min ago
Twice Olympic rowing champion Helen Glover believes she can be as good as in her 20s as she aims for Paris 2024.

How a New York gang truce birthed an Olympic sport

15 hours 17 min ago
When peace broke out among New York's gangs, breaking was born. But few foresaw it conquering the world and morphing into an Olympic sport.

London's West End lit up for Ramadan for first time

21 March 2023 - 9:21pm
Some 30,000 lights are aglow in central London to celebrate the start of the holy month of Ramadan.

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