National News

  1. Italy referendum: PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear defeat

    Italian PM Matteo Renzi resigns after admitting defeat in a constitutional referendum.
  2. Supreme Court to hear government appeal over Brexit powers

    A landmark hearing will decide whether Parliament's consent is needed to trigger Article 50.
  3. Racial segregation 'growing in UK', Dame Louise Casey warns

    Ethnic segregation is growing and schools should do more to promote British values, a report says.
  4. Trump attacks China in Twitter outburst

    US President-elect Donald Trump tweets criticism of China's monetary and South China Sea policies.
  5. Last winter's flooding 'most extreme on record' in UK

    Flooding across parts of the UK last winter was the most extreme on record, experts say.
  6. 'Dangerous wait' with fire-risk dryers

    Households with fire-prone tumble dryers still face "unacceptable" delays for repairs, a consumer group says.
  7. New Zealand Prime Minister John Key in surprise resignation

    After eight years in the role John Key is to resign as New Zealand prime minister for family reasons.
  8. Standing Rock: US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access

    The US Army denies access for an oil pipeline in North Dakota in a victory for Native American activists.
  9. Number of UK agency workers 'to reach one million' by 2020

    The number of agency workers is set to reach one million by 2020, the Resolution Foundation says.
  10. India's Jayaram Jayalalitha still 'critical' after heart attack

    One of India's most popular politicians, J Jayalalitha, remains critical after a heart attack.
  11. May seeks 'new chapter' in Gulf relations ahead of Bahrain visit

    The PM will focus on boosting trade relations with the Gulf region during a two-day trip to Bahrain.
  12. David Bowie up for BBC Music British Artist award

    Singer David Bowie is posthumously nominated for the British artist of the year prize at the BBC Music Awards.
  13. Beckery Chapel near Glastonbury 'earliest known UK monastic life'

    A monastic site near Glastonbury, which according to legend was visited by King Arthur, is the earliest ever uncovered in the UK, new tests show.
  14. Spain floods: Man and dog rescued in Costa del Sol

    A man and his dog are airlifted from chest-high floods in the Costa del Sol region of Spain.
  15. Pakistan hotel fire kills at least 11 people

    Guests describe their escape from a deadly hotel fire in Karachi, Pakistan.
  16. NZ PM: Why I'm stepping down

    New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key says it is the right time for him to step down, after eight years in the job.
  17. The changing face of Black Pete in the Netherlands

    The Sinterklaas festival in the Netherlands is hoping to avoid controversy with a new look for "Black Pete".
  18. Small tornado hits Russia's Olympic city Sochi

    A small tornado descends on Russia's Olympic city Sochi as stormy weather batters the coastline.
  19. 'Bored to death' pensioner Joe Bartley starts job

    Pensioner Joe Bartley is keen to start work after his "dying of boredom" paper ad earns him a job.
  20. Brexit: Supreme Court to hear Article 50 appeal

    The government wants to overturn a High Court ruling that it does not have the right to begin the formal countdown to departing the EU.
  21. Indian village goes back to bartering

    Villagers in Brindapur, West Bengal, have gone back to bartering because of India's cash crisis.
  22. BBC Breakfast

    Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
  23. Phil Mercer: Ex-child soldier vies for Australian award

    Could the former Sudanese child soldier and refugee Deng Adut be crowned Australian of the year?
  24. Sarah Rainsford: Fidel, Russia and Cold War memories

    The BBC's Moscow correspondent reflects on the long shadow of the Cuban Missile Crisis
  25. Clive Coleman: What is the Article 50 case all about?

    The BBC's legal affairs correspondent on the ins and outs of the government's Supreme Court appeal.
  26. Fidel Castro funeral: Mourning Cubans ponder post-Castro era

    Cubans consider life beyond the Castros, as they bury Fidel a year before Raul's is to stand down.
  27. The Philippines: No country for poor men

    Lower income and unemployed men are being targeted in extrajudicial killings in the Philippines.
  28. Who will help Myanmar's Rohingya?

    Myanmar's Rohingya have been described by the UN as "the most friendless people in the world".
  29. Car seat rule changes: Will you be affected?

    New rules on car seats are being brought in but what are they and will parents need to buy replacements?
  30. Reality Check: Is migration at record levels?

    UK migration figures were released on Thursday morning. Have they reached record levels?
  31. Trump assembles America's 'richest cabinet'

    A look at the billionaires and millionaires making up Donald Trump's top team.
  32. Colombia Chapecoense plane crash: What we know

    What we know about the Colombian air disaster involving Brazil's Chapecoense football club.
  33. Tips on how to deal with webcam blackmail, or sextortion, if you're a victim

    A new campaign is launched to help victims of sextortion, where criminals blackmail victims with intimate webcam photos.
  34. India prisons: Why security needs to be improved

    Two jailbreaks in a month shine a spotlight on security in India's overcrowded prisons.
  35. Newspaper review: 'Turmoil' in Europe and Queen Scarlett

    Votes in Austria and Italy and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here feature on Monday's front pages.
  36. The beauty of Britain

    The finalists of the 2016 Through the Lens photography awards discuss their images of the British Isles.
  37. Your pictures

    Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme "Lines".
  38. Africa's top shots: 25 November-1 December 2016

    A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
  39. Living near the Arctic Circle

    Photographer Ed Gold's images from the remote community of Galena in Alaska, USA.
  40. Mark Selby beats Ronnie O'Sullivan to win UK Championship final

    Mark Selby defeats Ronnie O'Sullivan 10-7 in a high-quality final to win the UK Championship for the second time.
  41. Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho defends Marouane Fellaini substitution after draw

    Jose Mourinho defends his decision to send on Marouane Fellaini in Manchester United's draw at Everton on Sunday.
  42. Sleeping on toilet floors

    How Chris Gardner went from sleeping rough with his young son on the floor of a public toilet to the life of a multi-millionaire investor.
  43. Want v need

    Would you limit the number of Christmas presents your children receive to just four gifts?
  44. Precious objects

    People who have fled the war in Syria tell us what objects they carried with them when they left their homes.
  45. Six generations

    Delighted Canadian Vera Sommerfeld, 96, now heads a family with six generations all alive at once.
  46. Fake it to make it

    Many of the fake news websites that sprang up during the US election campaign have been traced to a small city in Macedonia, where teenagers are pumping out sensationalist stories to earn cash from advertising.
  47. Robo-Trump

    Millions have watched a film from Uruguay depicting Donald Trump as a robot at war with Mexicans.
  48. Changing fortunes

    After Leicester lose again, Watford striker Troy Deeney explains why the defending champions are struggling at the wrong end of the table.
  49. Gamechanger

    By quitting while he is ahead, John Key has transformed New Zealand's political landscape, writes Colin James.
  50. The Indian women loitering with intent

    Women in India are "loitering" together at night time to change attitudes about what females can do.
  51. App tracks who’s cat-calling you

    Three Lebanese women have launched an app designed to stop street harassment.
  52. The women saving Somalia’s mothers

    Despite not having been paid for months, these surgeons are fighting for lives on childbirth wards.
  53. The hipster and rock chick hijabis

    Along with making a religious statement, the hijab is now central to fashion in the Muslim world.
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