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General election 2019: Tories promise Brexit and Budget in first 100 days
Boris Johnson's blueprint prompts attacks from Labour, the SNP and Lib Dems.
Trump impeachment to go ahead - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
"Our democracy is what is at stake," the House Speaker says, as Mr Trump demands they act "fast".
UK household debts see big increase
Debts including credit card debt and personal loans have risen 11% to £119bn in two years.
Oval Four: Men have convictions quashed in corrupt detective case
The men claim they were wrongly convicted of assaulting a police officer nearly 50 years ago.
General election 2019: How do Grimsby's food bank users want to vote?
Ed Thomas meets voters living in an area where half of the children grow up in poverty.
General election 2019: Nigel Farage hits out at ex-Brexit Party MEPs over Tory support
The Brexit Party leader says three of his MEPs who quit have strong links to the Conservatives.
Macron pension reform: France paralysed by biggest strike in years
Transport and schools are severely affected by the nationwide walkout over pension changes.
General election 2019: Labour pledges to cap class sizes at 30 pupils
The party promises to recruit nearly 20,000 extra teachers in England over five years if it wins power.
George Zimmerman sues Trayvon Martin's family for $100m
The neighbourhood watch volunteer was cleared of murdering the black teenager who he shot dead in the US in 2012.
Police watchdog chief Susan Deacon quits over 'fundamentally flawed' system
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon denies opposition claims of a "crisis" after Susan Deacon resigns as chairwoman of the SPA.
BBC to promote black and minority 'senior leaders'
The corporation's boss Tony Hall outlines the plan to place its "BAME talent" in top positions.
Long waits 'leave mental health patients in limbo'
NHS leaves patients stuck on 'hidden' waiting lists for months, a BBC investigation shows.
Girl who survived brain tumour beats Stormzy to top chart
A little girl who survived a brain tumour is ahead of the rapper in a Christmas music chart.
Mum who gave birth at 15 graduates with daughter watching on
Rachael Campey's daughter Lily-Rose watches her mum collect a degree at a ceremony in Leeds.
German WWI wreck Scharnhorst discovered off Falklands
Armoured cruiser SMS Scharnhorst was sunk by the British in the 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands.
What's behind the wave of Middle East protests?
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen asks why people have been taking to the streets in Lebanon, Iran and Iraq.
Trafalgar Square Christmas tree: 'Sparse' spruce ridiculed
London's Trafalgar Square Christmas tree comes in for criticism over its 'droopy' appearance.
French strikes: How could they affect UK travellers?
Eurostar has cancelled 90 services, while major airlines are also warning of cancellations and delays.
Justin Timberlake says sorry to Jessica Biel for 'lapse in judgement'
The singer says "nothing happened" after he is pictured holding hands with a co-star.
Hong Kong protests: Teenage protesters grappling with 'collective trauma'
Psychologists warn that a new generation of Hongkongers are grappling with "collective trauma".
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