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Black Lives Matter protest organiser faces abuse over plan to honour minorities

8 hours 35 min ago
Khady Gueye has experienced online backlash to a sculpture piece 'celebrating' ethnic minorities.

I'm A Celebrity: Do the contestants rehearse Bushtucker trials?

8 hours 36 min ago
Reports suggest celebrities are allowed to rehearse their Bushtucker trials. What is the truth?

Benefit scams worth £1bn foiled during lockdown

8 hours 39 min ago
Thousands of identities were stolen before unusual banking activity alerted a civil servant to the fraud.

Covid-19: Bradford salon fined £17,000 for lockdown opening

8 hours 53 min ago
Sinead Quinn opened Quinn Blakey Hairdressers in Oakenshaw in breach of government restrictions.

Education secretary 'unlawfully scrapped children's rights'

9 hours 13 min ago
The Appeal Court finds the education secretary acted unlawfully in scrapping children's rights.

Don't go to work when sick, 'peculiar' Brits told

9 hours 16 min ago
People have tendency to soldier on, potentially making colleagues sick, health secretary says.

Covid disruption gets worse for secondary schools

9 hours 23 min ago
Warning of "collapse" in attendance as 22% secondary pupils in England sent home by Covid cases.

Liverpool's Salah available to face Atalanta after negative coronavirus test

9 hours 51 min ago
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, who tested positive for coronavirus during the international break, is back in training and could face Atalanta.

Rishi Sunak: Why should I care what he says?

9 hours 54 min ago
The chancellor will set out his plans for government spending, but will it be bad or good news for you?

'We can convince Messi to stay at Barca and create right conditions for Guardiola's return'

11 hours 12 min ago
Barcelona presidential candidate Victor Font tells BBC World Service he hopes Lionel Messi can be convinced to stay and talks about Pep Guardiola's possible return.

Most Black Friday products 'were same price or cheaper' beforehand

11 hours 45 min ago
Nine in ten products are the same price or cheaper before the sale, finds consumer group.

'I won a medal but was distraught' - how Skinner's obsessive pursuit of greatness almost broke him

12 hours 26 min ago
Scot Callum Skinner on his near self-destructive journey to Olympic and Commonwealth Games glory and why he retired at just 26.

Labour Party: Corbyn backers walk out of meeting in suspension row

12 hours 34 min ago
Members of Labour's ruling body loyal to ex-leader protest over his exclusion from parliamentary party.

Harry Dunn's parents lose High Court immunity review

12 hours 41 min ago
Harry Dunn's mother says the ruling is "just a blip along the way" in their fight for justice.

Excess deaths in UK 'a fifth higher than normal'

13 hours 5 min ago
Nearly 14,000 deaths occurred in the week ending 13 November - with 3,000 linked to Covid.

US election 2020: What is the presidential transition?

13 hours 11 min ago
The transition process is finally under way even though President Trump has not given up his legal challenges.

Hamilton deserves a knighthood - Murray

13 hours 30 min ago
Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray believes Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton deserves to join him as a British sporting knight.

MOBOs 2020: 'More important than ever to showcase black culture'

14 hours 41 sec ago
Maya Jama and Chunkz will host the awards honouring music of black origin, last held in 2017.

Return of fans 'something to celebrate' but 'work to do' - EFL chair Parry

14 hours 17 min ago
The return of crowds to outdoor sporting events is "something to celebrate for fans", says English Football League chairman Rick Parry.

Wales are 'miles behind' England - ex-captain Jones

14 hours 18 min ago
Former captain Gwyn Jones believes Wales are "miles behind" England as the teams prepare to meet in the Autumn Nations Cup on Saturday.