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'My boyfriend was a police spy'

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 5:01am
Scotland Yard says it’s credible an ex-police spy had a relationship with a teenage campaigner.

Harvey Weinstein accusers welcome rape and sexual assault conviction

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 4:20am
Lawyers for the ex-movie mogul, who is taken to hospital with reported chest pains, vow to appeal.

Brexit: EU set to agree UK trade talks mandate

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 2:34am
Ministers from the EU will meet in Brussels later to finalise their red lines for talks with the UK.

Environment Agency chief: Avoid building new homes on flood plains

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 1:52am
The head of the Environment Agency says new buildings should be made more resilient to flooding.

Where are all the UK’s new homes being built?

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 1:13am
More and more new homes are needed to house a growing population - but where are they springing up?

Military Wives: 'Director didn't want us to sound too slick'

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 1:12am
The film inspired by much more than Gareth Malone's famous BBC choir series.

What happens when the internet vanishes?

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:54am
During a troublesome protest or tricky election, some countries just cut the online cord.

Cardiff woman wins £400k in DWP race discrimination row

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:32am
The Department for Work and Pensions created a "hostile environment" for one employee, a judge rules.

Hungary's new patriotic education meets resistance

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:32am
The right-wing government aims to instil national pride - but teachers criticise a new curriculum.

Poorest women's life expectancy declines, finds report

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:31am
The gap between the health of rich and poor in England is widening, according to a report.

Period poverty: MSPs set to back plans for free sanitary products

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:29am
Labour MSP Monica Lennon's bill now has the support of all parties following a government U-turn.

Shrove Tuesday football: 'No quarter asked nor given'

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:24am
The centuries-old English tradition of Shrove Tuesday "football" matches is alive and kicking.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra conducted by centenarian

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:22am
Arthur Wellard learnt to conduct working with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra from the age of 97.

Housing: The Yimbys who want to shake up suburbia

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:21am
BBC News meets a pressure group called London Yimby which thinks it has a solution to the housing crisis.

Behind the scenes of The Prince of Egypt

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:16am
Under, behind and above the scenes of the West End's newest blockbuster

Weinstein legacy: Life after #MeToo

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:10am
More than two years after the movement went viral, has anything changed?

Coronavirus: The race to find the source in wildlife

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:09am
From animals to humans, how did the deadly coronavirus make the leap? We look at the scientific evidence.

Would you eat a 'steak' printed by robots?

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:06am
3D printing is meeting some of the ambitions touted when the technology emerged 20 years ago.

Young drivers 'let down over insurance app faults'

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:01am
Carrot uses phone data to measure braking and acceleration - but some say it often fails to work.

'Nobody has the right to call me on a Friday'

Tue, 25/02/2020 - 12:01am
About a million people in senior-level jobs work part time, according to official figures.

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