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Tory leadership: MPs to choose final two candidates
Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove and Sajid Javid are vying to join frontrunner Boris Johnson as the last two candidates.
Brexit: Philip Hammond to warn war chest may disappear
The chancellor will say billions he has set aside may be "soaked up" if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Online porn age-checks for under-18s 'face new delay'
Changes aimed at stopping under-18s viewing explicit content were due to come into force next month.
Iranian military claims to have shot down US spy drone
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) say they shot down a US spy drone on Thursday morning.
Gulf crisis: Close up to stricken oil tanker with the US Navy
The BBC's Mark Lowen sees the damage caused to one of the oil tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman.
Under-30s 'spend less than same age group in 2001'
Millennials are spending less on "fun" than the same age group did in 2001, a report suggests.
Hydrogen trains: Are these the eco-friendly trains of the future?
With zero emissions and water as a by-product, Tom Burridge was on board one of the test runs.
Greater Manchester firefighters' dispute 'risks lives'
A watchdog has concerns over Greater Manchester's ability to respond to certain terror attacks.
Spy satellites reveal extent of Himalayan glacier loss
The melting of Himalayan glaciers has doubled over the last 40 years, scientists say.
Early brain 'signs of Parkinson's' found
Changes in a chemical called serotonin were found 15 to 20 years in advance of symptoms.
Faith in ruins: China's vanishing mosques
The BBC has found new evidence of the increasing control and suppression of Islam in China
Boohoo's recycled clothes 'will not solve fast fashion waste'
The fast fashion retailer is trying to be more sustainable, but some are sceptical.
The Papers: BBC 'debate bias' and leadership race latest
The papers focus on the latest in the Tory leadership contest, amid criticism over the BBC's TV debate.
Work-life balance: Is a four-day week the answer?
A year ago, employees at this company were told they'd be working 9am - 5:30pm, Monday-Thursday.
MMR Vaccine: 'I was told why did you vaccinate your child?'
With measles cases on the rise in UK, Dr Aayesha Hassan is fighting misinformation and distrust within the Somali community.
How can a company be valued at billions, but not make any profit?
You can't have a company worth billions of dollars and not make a profit, right? Wrong, and here's why.
Clapping back against racial stereotypes
Elijah Lawal has written a book about "clapping back" against racial stereotypes.
Cumbria coal mine: a well-paid job that's bad for the planet
Reopening of a coal mine in Cumbria will create around 500 well-paid jobs, but with an inevitable environmental impact will people jump at the opportunity?
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The fake French minister in a silicone mask who stole millions
How fraudsters impersonated France's Jean-Yves Le Drian and scammed a number of wealthy figures.
The African 'poverty safari' on wheels
A charity comes in for criticism for its immersive experience depicting the lives of poor African children.
Young drinkers lead the trend for alcohol-free beer
Led by craft brewers and young drinkers, a growing number of low and no alcohol beers, are being drunk.
Michael Woods: How personal tragedy inspired Canadian cyclist's greatest success
A personal tragedy inspired Michael Woods' greatest sporting success. He revisits an emotional day in 2018, with the BeSpoke podcast.
Scotland knocked out of Women's World Cup after dramatic 3-3 draw with Argentina
Scotland are out of the Women's World Cup after a twice-taken penalty sees Argentina come from 3-0 down to secure a dramatic draw in added time.
White hits double as England top group with win over Japan - highlights & report
Ellen White scores twice as England beat Japan 2-0 to finish top of Group D with a 100% record at the Women's World Cup.
'An old school gem' - Williamson's match-winning ton praised after tense NZ win over SA
Kane Williamson is praised after his unbeaten century guides New Zealand to a tense four-wicket World Cup win over South Africa.
Emiliano Sala: Manslaughter arrest over footballer's death
Emiliano Sala died in a plane crash in January along with pilot David Ibbotson.
England's Dylan Hartley, Danny Care & Chris Robshaw set to miss out on World Cup
England hooker Dylan Hartley is set to miss out on the World Cup, with Danny Care and Chris Robshaw also expected to miss the cut.
Women's World Cup 2019: Scotland heartbreak, England joy & all the goals
Watch all the best bits from day 13 of the Women's World Cup, including dramatic scenes as Argentina stage a late comeback against Scotland.
Cricket World Cup: Kane Williamson guides New Zealand past South Africa in thrilling finish
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson guides the Kiwis past South Africa in a thrilling finish in the World Cup group game at Edgbaston.
Autosport F1 News
Promoted: 2019 F1 French Grand Prix Preview with Esso Synergy Fuel
After a break of 10 years, the French Grand Prix returned to the calendar in 2018 with the action taking place at the famous Circuit Paul Ricard
Ferrari, Ducati could drop Mission Winnow branding for rest of 2019
The Ferrari Formula 1 and Ducati MotoGP teams could run without Mission Winnow branding for the remainder of the season, Autosport has learned
Jean Todt: 2021 rules delay eased "nobody agrees" in F1 worries
FIA president Jean Todt says the decision to delay finalising Formula 1's 2021 overhaul eliminated his usual worry that "nobody agrees" with each other in grand prix racing
Hulkenberg: 2019 Renault F1 car works "pretty much everywhere"
Nico Hulkenberg believes Renault's 2019 Formula 1 car works "pretty much everywhere" but that progress has been hidden by the team's "troubled" start to the season
Grosjean: F1 should have experimental tyre compound like MotoGP
Formula 1 should take inspiration from MotoGP and have an experimental tyre compound that changes throughout the season, reckons Romain Grosjean
Video: The reasons behind the F1 2021 regulation delay explained
The wait for Formula 1's 2021 regulation overhaul goes on after its bosses and the teams agreed to delay publication of the new rules until October
Honda brings second F1 engine upgrade of 2019 to Paul Ricard
Honda will introduce its second upgrade of the Formula 1 season at the French Grand Prix, where three cars will benefit from its latest specification engine
McLaren F1 team changes won't fully pay off until 2020 season
McLaren believes that the true benefit of the team changes it made last year will only be shown with its 2020 Formula 1 car
Carey confident F1 has right "tricks" to police cost cap from 2021
Formula 1 boss Chase Carey is confident of finding "tricks" to ensure that the proposed 2021 cost cap can be policed effectively
McLaren F1 team identifies cause of Norris's Canadian GP breakage
The McLaren Formula 1 team has now confirmed that overheating brakes set in motion a chain of events that led to Lando Norris's unusual Canadian Grand Prix suspension breakage
Ferrari F1 team seeks "direction" from Paul Ricard tech steps
Ferrari will have "a few small evolutions" at the French Grand Prix that will be key to defining the development direction it takes with its 2019 Formula 1 car
Promoted: Last chance to buy French GP tickets!
This year's French Grand Prix at Circuit Paul Ricard is set to be the bigger and better than last year, and with time running out to secure yourself a place at this must-see event, Motorsport Live looks at why you won't want to miss out
Mercedes traces Stroll's Canada F1 engine failure to spark plug
Mercedes has revealed that Lance Stroll's spectacular Formula 1 engine blow-up in Montreal practice was the result of a spark plug failure, and taken steps to prevent a repeat
Video: Why Renault's French Grand Prix F1 update is a gamble
Renault is expected to reveal a major Formula 1 update package at this weekend's French Grand Prix, where plenty of attention will be given to the home team
Mercedes reserve Ocon hopes F1 future will be sorted "very soon"
Mercedes reserve driver Esteban Ocon hopes his future will be sorted "very, very soon" in his bid to return to a Formula 1 race seat next season
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