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Unrelenting temperatures break records for June as officials warn of a looming power shortage.
The home rental platform said a temporary ban, which was introduced in 2020, was popular with hosts.
Boris Johnson says the Russian president's war in Ukraine is a "perfect example of toxic masculinity".
Enraged president tried to grab the steering wheel to direct his limousine to the Capitol, ex-aide says.
How Dame Deborah's fundraising will help scientists find new ways to outwit cancer.
A charity is calling for better support for students, after finding high numbers seeking support.
Privately run homes in England made disproportionately high numbers of emergency calls, the BBC finds.
Traditional tourist areas of England have seen local people hit by soaring property prices.
The disgraced pop star will be sentenced on Wednesday after being found guilty of sex trafficking.
Prince Charles's charity appeared to be paying GCHQ - but it was funding for spies facing hardship.
By March 2024, the app should offer face-to-face video consultations, the government says.
The jailing of Ghislaine Maxwell and plans for a new Scottish independence vote lead the papers.
The last homes are being removed as part of what officials say is a plan to beautify the waterfront.
Behind the Commonwealth's allure as it welcomes Gabon and Togo into its ranks.
The 40-year-old host of You, Me and the Big C was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016.
The businessman overcame racial barriers to become one of Miami’s foremost nightlife promoters.
The 2015 Paris attacks left 130 people dead and some of the survivors have formed a unique bond.
Inflammatory bowel disease sufferers say the lack of toilets is the worst thing about living in London.
The return of Hong Kong to China in 1997 is still a polarising topic for residents now living in the UK.
A BBC investigation has gathered evidence of the repeated use of cluster munitions in the city of Chernihiv, northern Ukraine.