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Newspaper headlines: 'Brothers apart' amid Queen's 'final tribute'

2 hours 24 min ago
The Duke of Edinburgh's funeral plans - and the choreography of the procession - make the front pages.

Hancock and sister own firm given NHS contract

2 hours 53 min ago
The health secretary is accused of "cronyism" but the government says he acted "entirely properly".

Adam Toledo: Chicago police release video of officer shooting boy

3 hours 38 min ago
Bodycam footage shows an officer shouting "Drop it" before shooting Adam Toledo once in the chest.

US imposes sanctions on Russia over cyber-attacks

4 hours 42 min ago
Dozens of entities are targeted over attacks including alleged interference in the 2020 elections.

How sex surrogates are helping injured Israeli soldiers

7 hours 15 min ago
Therapy with surrogate sexual partners is used in Israel to rehabilitate badly injured soldiers.

Lateral-flow tests: What are the risks and benefits?

7 hours 17 min ago
What are the risks and benefits from using wide-scale lateral-flow tests?

Health anxiety: The fear of illness making people quit jobs and move home

7 hours 17 min ago
For some people, Covid has fuelled a debilitating mental health condition known as health anxiety.

How George Floyd's death changed a small Iowa town

7 hours 18 min ago
Issues of race were rarely discussed in Decorah, until a death 160 miles away changed everything.

Families need cannabis prescriptions support, say MPs and peers

7 hours 34 min ago
Politicians complain that only three NHS scripts have been issued since the law changed in 2018.

Scotland eases rules on travel and meeting up

7 hours 37 min ago
The Scottish government says the lockdown changes are designed to help reunite families and close friends.

Chile sees Covid surge despite vaccination success

7 hours 45 min ago
The country's vaccination rollout is one of the fastest in the world, so why are Covid cases surging?

Escaping the anti-vax conspiracy rabbit hole

7 hours 46 min ago
Catherine was a big believer in anti-vaccine conspiracy theories, but has since stopped believing in them.

Cages around houses: Life at Belfast's peace wall

7 hours 50 min ago
There are over 20 miles of peace walls - or peace lines - across Northern Ireland.

Jimmy Lai: The Hong Kong billionaire risking it all by speaking out

7 hours 54 min ago
Opposition newspaper owner Jimmy Lai was arrested under Hong Kong's new national security law.

Smaller and better smartphone cameras are on the way

8 hours 3 min ago
Smaller and more powerful lenses promise to bring even better smartphone cameras.

TUI says summer holiday season can be saved

8 hours 4 min ago
The boss of Europe's biggest holiday company thinks successful vaccine programmes can prevent another washout.

Slavia Prague 0-4 Arsenal (1-5 on agg): Gunners reach Europa League semi-finals

15 April 2021 - 11:28pm
Arsenal impressively sweep aside Slavia Prague to reach the Europa League semi-finals with a fine away victory in the second leg.

Man Utd to face Roma in Europa League final four after beating Granada

15 April 2021 - 11:20pm
Edinson Cavani scores the winner as Manchester United set up a Europa League semi-final against Roma with a comfortable 4-0 aggregate win over Granada.

Colin the Caterpillar cake row: Judge Rinder gives his verdict

15 April 2021 - 11:07pm
Marks & Spencer has begun legal action against Aldi, arguing the retailer's Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake infringes its Colin the Caterpillar trademark.

Scottish election: How independence could be key to how people vote

15 April 2021 - 10:40pm
The BBC’s Connor Gillies takes a look at how the upcoming elections in Scotland could affect the likelihood of an indyref2.


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