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PM to push for election if EU offers three-month delay
It comes as Boris Johnson "pauses" his Brexit bill after MPs reject his fast-track Commons timetable.
Brexit: What happened on Tuesday?
After MPs voted "aye" then "no" over the PM's Brexit plans, we explain what went on in Parliament.
Blood pressure pills 'work better at bedtime'
Evening doses gives more protection against heart attacks and strokes, a study suggests.
Paralympian, 40, ends her life through euthanasia
Belgian Paralympian Marieke Vervoort ends her own life through euthanasia at the age of 40.
'Sex work paid my student bills. Now I regret it'
A growing number of students sell intimate pictures online or more to pay for university life, a survey says.
Britons killed abroad: UK support 'patchy' for grieving families
Support for families of British people murdered abroad can be "patchy and inadequate", a report says.
Trapped in Tripoli: The people stuck in Libya’s civil war
Survivors of a deadly air strike on a migrant detention centre in July tell the BBC they feel abandoned by the United Nations, and are desperate to escape Libya.
Turkey Syria offensive: Erdogan and Putin strike deal over Kurds
The "historic" accord aims at keeping Kurdish forces from Turkey's southern border with Syria.
Racial harassment 'common across universities'
With about a quarter of minority students affected, universities must tackle harassment, a report says.
Poor toilet hygiene behind E. coli superbug spread
Not washing hands after going to the toilet is behind the spread of a key strain of E. coli.
Sex abuse compensation rules 'must change'
Victims with unspent criminal convictions are among those denied payouts, an MPs' report says.
Katie Price, Lauren Goodger and Georgia Harrison Instagram posts banned
Advertising watchdog bans weight loss posts by Katie Price, Lauren Goodger and Georgia Harrison.
Drugs: UK should consider legalising possession, MPs say
The UK's position on drugs is "clearly failing" and a "radical new approach" is required, MPs say.
The Papers: Parliament 'puts brakes on Brexit'
The papers are dominated by the PM's mixed day - backing for his Brexit deal, but the thwarting of his deadline.
News Daily: Brexit bill paused and blood pressure pills 'best at bedtime'
Your morning briefing for 23 October 2019.
Amy Webb: Three things women need to know for the year 2030
Amy Webb is a renowned futurist - she looks back at the past and scours data to figure out what might be round the corner.
Buttmizvah is a Jewish, Queer club night that’s held in London
Buttmizvah is a Jewish, Queer club night that’s held in London. Ben combines both his faith and queer identity as he dances – he even brings his mum!
The inclusive run club 'taking over the streets'
Beni Run Club is a space for people from cultures where running might not be encouraged as much.
The Crown 3 trailer: Olivia Colman's Queen faces a crisis of confidence
The monarchy's stiff upper lip is paramount in the trailer for season three of the Netflix drama.
World's 'loudest bird': Meet the white bellbird
The white bellbird's call is louder than an industrial drill.
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