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8:33 am (3 minutes ago)
The cost of driving in central London will almost double for some motorists under the new scheme.
12:00 am (9 hours ago)
Britain's five biggest business lobby groups sign a letter calling for a swift transition deal.
5:58 am (3 hours ago)
John Craig says he was initially "followed" before making his way to safety in Australia.
12:55 am (8 hours ago)
Health officials say many illnesses get better on their own and patients don't need prescriptions.
12:02 am (9 hours ago)
Secret filming shows a reporter buying drugs and illegal goods advertised on a classified ads site.
1:48 am (7 hours ago)
Jodie Whittaker's Time Lord will be joined by Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill.
2:03 am (7 hours ago)
"In almost every case", that is the only option, Foreign Office minister Rory Stewart says.
3:22 am (5 hours ago)
Benjamin Moorcroft has severe epilepsy and a mental age of between five and 10 years old.
12:30 am (8 hours ago)
Two hostages were held by a suspected gunman in an incident police say was not terror-related.
7:39 am (58 minutes ago)
Shinzo Abe has promised strong "counter-measures" against Pyongyang after a decisive election win.
1:00 am (8 hours ago)
One in five TV adverts during football matches are for gambling, the Victoria Derbyshire show finds.
12:01 am (9 hours ago)
The eight-year study finds infant sea creatures will be especially harmed by more acidic oceans.
4:58 am (4 hours ago)
Most respondents to a survey said no-one should have to work for more than four weeks without pay.
5:38 am (3 hours ago)
Some Tories seemingly want the chancellor out, while business leaders call for urgent Brexit action in Monday's papers.
1:03 am (8 hours ago)
The great naturalist tells our science editor David Shukman why he'll never tire of his work.
6:23 am (2 hours ago)
Your morning briefing for 23 October 2017.
3:29 am (5 hours ago)
Nemo, Emmanuel Macron's black labrador-griffon cross, made his presence felt at the Elysee.
7:30 am (an hour ago)
The Towie star says she feels OK after falling through a trapdoor at the Radio 1 Teen Awards.
12:12 am (8 hours ago)
It's filling the hole left by the disappearance of the traditional building concierge.
1:11 am (7 hours ago)
How an amendment drafted to secure the order of presidential succession could be used to strip the president of his powers – and what it would take to make that happen.
1:06 am (8 hours ago)
The surgeon is able to communicate with colleagues in the US and India during the operation.
12:04 am (9 hours ago)
CEO Secrets: What a professional business advisor learnt from running his own firm.
Yesterday 9:09 am (23 hours ago)
Competitors performed acrobatics from heights of up to 27m (89ft) in Chile.
Yesterday, 12:33 am
Laetitia Ky uses coat hangers, wires and pins to make "hair sculptures" for her Instagram fans.
Yesterday 4:49 pm (16 hours ago)
Reality TV star Gemma Collins was presenting the award for best TV show when she fell.
Friday, September 15th, 10:16 am
BBC coverage of latest developments
1:18 am (7 hours ago)
Readers share their experiences of what it is like to be asexual.
12:31 am (8 hours ago)
Data show the top leader has overseen a clear-out of officials not witnessed since the days of Mao.
12:03 am (9 hours ago)
The BBC's Sophie Sulehria shares her personal experience of struggling to have a baby through IVF.
1:21 am (7 hours ago)
Colin Campbell was scheduled to die on 15 June 2017. But a last-minute friendship halted his plans.
1:23 am (7 hours ago)
After being driven out of Raqqa, there are concerns jihadists could return home to carry out attacks.
1:28 am (7 hours ago)
What does the state of the Palace of Westminster tell us about our politics?
12:02 am (9 hours ago)
The father of double-entry bookkeeping wrote the definitive guide in 1494.
Yesterday, 12:36 am
On just one night a year Faroese men can hunt gannet chicks, considered a delicacy. It involves a dangerous climb down steep cliffs.
Yesterday 4:19 pm (16 hours ago)
The prime minister has meandered through previous crises but that won't work now, says Tom Burridge.
Yesterday 9:37 pm (11 hours ago)
Lewis Hamilton moves closer to fourth world drivers' title with a dominant victory at the United States Grand Prix.
Yesterday 8:55 pm (12 hours ago)
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says his team are starting to feel at home at Wembley after their emphatic 4-1 victory over Liverpool.
8:08 am (29 minutes ago)
Fifa shows it does not care about the women's game by naming a little-known striker on its player-of-the-year shortlist, Megan Rapinoe says.
Yesterday 8:56 pm (12 hours ago)
Ronnie O'Sullivan produces a clinical performance to beat fellow Englishman Kyren Wilson 9-2 and win the English Open in Barnsley.
Yesterday 11:56 pm (9 hours ago)
Ian Wright and Martin Keown pick the Everton team they believe manager Ronald Koeman should select to end their poor run of form.
1:04 am (8 hours ago)
Are female athletes competing on a level playing field with their male counterparts?
1:02 am (8 hours ago)
For young girls living in Brazil's violent favelas, football can be a shield from the crossfire.
1:02 am (8 hours ago)
As part of the 100 Women series, we look at why the Olympics still aren't fully equal.
1:01 am (8 hours ago)
Nora Ronai says she has faced sexism in her life, but it has not prevented her achieving her goals.
1:03 am (8 hours ago)
In the ranking of the 100 highest-paid athletes, there is just one woman - tennis star Serena Williams.

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