Government in stand-off with inquiry over access to Boris Johnson pandemic messages with ministers.
This is the influencer's first TV interview with a major broadcaster while under house arrest.
Police in Bournemouth release more details about the "devastating" deaths of a boy and girl.
A Church of England support scheme for abuse survivors risks re-traumatising victims, report finds.
Nationwide says prices in the year to May fell 3.4% and higher mortgage rates could last longer.
What you need to know about the walkout by RMT train staff by the BBC's Zoe Conway.
The defence ministry claims it has also thwarted attempts by Kyiv to "invade" the Belgorod region.
Labour suspended Geraint Davies earlier after allegations of sexual misconduct reported by Politico.
Officials say it is not clear if items found at a reservoir in Portugal are linked to the missing Briton.
A video circulated online shows the driver pointing what appears to be a gun at a passenger.
Pristina and Belgrade trade blame after ethnic Albanian mayors were elected in ethnic Serb areas.
Alex Belfield, jailed in 2022, is barred from contacting a man he had sent a tweet to and his wife.
Jack Rigby has raised more than £50,000 for the charity Scotty's Little Soldiers.
As the number of breast reductions rises, women open up on their experience of having bigger breasts.
Psychologists say emotions and time may be behind the perfectly normal phenomenon.
A Nepali sherpa guide carried the man on his back for six hours during the "very rare" high-altitude rescue.
Tim Webb has found a unique way to get the council's attention when it comes to potholes - filling them with rubber ducks.
Caroline Brouwer spent more than a decade at the heart of one of the most celebrated and notorious dressing rooms in English football, after unknowingly signing up to Wimbledon's 'Crazy Gang'.
Footage of potential human rights abuses may be lost after platforms delete it, the BBC has found.
From Amy Winehouse to Arctic Monkeys, Richard Kelly's camera has captured the most colourful careers.
Ben Roberts-Smith had sued newspapers over allegations he killed unarmed prisoners in Afghanistan.
Canada will be the first country to have warning labels on the tipping paper of individual cigarettes.
Cast members from the PlayStation 2 original confirm they won't be re-recording their parts.
Daniel Knott's mother says her grief has been amplified by a video of his body being shared online.
A former prisoner held for years in the same jail as the group tells the BBC of their plight.
Singer and presenter Jane McDonald replaces Phillip Schofield as host and is best known as a singer and presenter.
Marie Bolden, a black teenager, won the first US spelling bee in 1908. Her win was eclipsed by racism.
We Soda could be valued at £6bn when it floats in the UK, in a boost for the London stock market.
A finalist on the TV cookery show says her County Down childhood influenced her MasterChef dishes.
Celebrity magician Uri Geller praised the group for taking on the dangerous expedition in the Firth of Forth.
Julie Cass, from Essex, sees a bucket list dream realised as her crocheted throw appears on soap set.
Stuart Broad presses his case for inclusion in the first Ashes Test by taking five wickets as England dominate Ireland on the first of the four-day Test at Lord's.
BBC Sport football expert Chris Sutton takes on Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher and Manchester United supporter Tom Grennan for Saturday's all-Manchester FA Cup final.
Watch highlights as Stuart Broad's five-wicket haul and 50s from Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett put England in control against Ireland on day one of the Test at Lord's.
Former US Open champion Emma Raducanu splits with coach Sebastian Sachs, her fifth coach in less than two years.
With bills set to drop from July, fixed deals could be due to make a comeback, say experts.
As interest rates rise, some lenders are offering no-deposit mortgages and removing the "stress test".
Use our calculator to find out how much mortgage payments could go up for your household.
As the cost of food continues to rise, we hear some top tips on making savings at lunchtime.
The cap which sets typical household energy bills is expected to drop sharply from July.
If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, what options are available?
What can homeowners do to reduce their energy consumption?
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
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2. Inflation is expected to drop next week. The Consumer Prices Index – which measures the average increase in the prices of goods and services purchased by many households – is expected to fall significantly from its current rate of 10.1 per cent to between 8 and 8.5 per cent. Lower inflation “could spell good news for many mortgage holders”, “as experts say it may decrease the likelihood of a further interest rate rise next month”. i News
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4. One in five taxpayers facing 40% tax rate by 2027. One in five taxpayers, or 7.8 million people, will be paying a higher tax rate by 2027 due to the six-year freeze in income tax allowance and thresholds, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies. The freeze will affect more than one in eight nurses and one in four teachers. The move is aimed at reducing the UK’s budget deficit. The Guardian
5. Number of people not working due to ill health hits record high. Around 2.55 million people were out of work due to long-term sickness in the first quarter of 2023. The new ONS data indicated that one out of 13 in full time work suffers from long-term ill health. Mental health issues, back and neck pain are also on the rise, particularly among young people. BBC
6. Young people hit hardest as happiness levels drop in the UK. The UK’s happiness levels haven’t returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to the ONS. Overall, 23% of Britons reported “very high” levels of life satisfaction in the last quarter of 2022, down from 30% in 2019. The proportion dropped to 19% for people in their 20s, as soaring living costs took their toll. Sky News
7. Cohabiting couples fastest-growing family type. Families with an unmarried co-habiting couple are the fastest-growing groups, found the Office for National Statistics. Nearly one in five families, or 19%, are made up of those living together but not married, with or without children. There were 3.6m such families in 2022, up by 700,000 from 2.9m in 2012. The ONS said this “accounted for almost three-quarters of the total growth in the number of families in the UK over the ten-year period”. However, married-couple families still account for 65%. The Times
8. Massive cost of obesity to NHS revealed. Obese patients cost the NHS twice as much as those of healthy weight, a new study has found. The “first of its kind” report, presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Dublin, “lays bare the costs of obesity to the taxpayer”. An average of £1,375 a year is spent on each of the heaviest patients but those who are not overweight only cost the health service an annual average of £638. Two in three adults in the UK are overweight or obese. It came as a study in the US foundling that nearly half of children who were assigned the “skinny jab”, sold under the brand name Ozempic, lost enough weight to no longer be classed as clinically obese. The Telegraph
9. Volunteering at record low in England. New research has revealed that volunteering has fallen as a historic low in England post-Covid. The National Council for Voluntary Organisations [NCVO] surveyed 7,000 adults for its Time Well Spent report and found that those raising money or taking part in sponsored events was down from 11% to 6% since 2018. Meanwhile, the Charities Aid Foundation’s UK Giving report found there were 1.6 million fewer people volunteering compared to five years ago. The Guardian
10. The bottom line. 35% of Britons have a favourable opinion of Keir Starmer, whereas 51% have an unfavourable opinion. 31% have a favourable opinion of Rishi Sunak and 59% have an unfavourable one. YouGov
A 12-year-old girl and 17-year-old boy, who died on Wednesday, were not related to each other.
Cocoa is now Archie Douglas’ assistance dog after receiving training from the charity Bravehound.
The man was seen outside Sarah Baxter's front door with a metal loop used to boost a key fob's signal.
Luton Town fans are celebrating victory over Coventry City that secured Premier League promotion.
Video taken by a passenger shows hundreds of people waiting in line after their flights landed.
Police in London have arrested a man after a car crashed into the gates of Downing Street.
The BBC's Daniel Sandford visits the search site in Portugal as a three-day operation ends.
The prime minister admits reports of him being a fan of the racy books penned by Jilly Cooper CBE are true.
Scottish actor Brian Cox told the BBC that he did not agree with the way the final season went down.
The BBC's Dan Johnson maps out the timeline of the moments before the crash in Cardiff on Monday.
A paralysed man has been able to walk simply by thinking about it, thanks to electronic brain implants
The BBC's Lucy Vladev runs through the timeline of how the riot unfolded in Ely, Cardiff on Monday night.
Lindsay Hoyle interrupts Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer to warn backbenchers about the noise at PMQs.
Footage shows a police van following people on a vehicle in Ely, Cardiff. Moments later a riot broke out in the surrounding area.
Police are searching an area in the south of Portugal about 30 miles from where Madeleine McCann vanished.
The former Leeds Rhino describes the emotional moment her carried his friend over the finish line.
The violence began after car crash took place in the Ely area, according to police.
Police will start combing the area, 50km (31.1 miles) from where Madeleine McCann went missing in 2007.
Ms Braverman was caught speeding in 2022 and asked the civil service for advice on arranging a private speed awareness course.
Radio 5 Live’s Naga Munchetty explains why she’s been living with menstrual pain for decades.
The PM is asked about the claims while delivering a speech at the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan.
Phillip Schofield's departure from This Morning gives ITV an opportunity to "think about the programme".
Two men attempt to hide their phones from West Yorkshire Police on the roof of a cannabis farm.
Players confronted AZ Alkmaar fans in chaotic scenes after the friends and family area was attacked.
Children were playing in West Sussex when the balloon came swooping over and landed on their pitch.
Video footage shows chaotic scenes inside the AFAS Stadion, Alkmaar, in the Netherlands.
The footage shows the scooter exploding into a fireball while charging in a house in Harlesden.
Stefan Jackiw's £24,000 ($30,000) violin bow broke during a Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra concert.
The WWII plane performed a special flypast on the 80th anniversary of the raids on the Ruhr Valley.
Extinction Rebellion protesters interrupt speeches by leading Tory MPs at right wing conference.
From actors lost for words to stage selfies, this year's awards had it all. This video has been removed for rights reasons.
A singing "Brussels sprout", Italy's soft play area and a man in a soap dish - catch up with all the night's highlights.
Not only were there eye-catching performances in Liverpool, the hosts made the most of the limelight too.
Before the ex-Beatle rang her, a choir burst into song with her Eurovision entry, I Wrote A Song.
Alice Chambers was standing next to a group of Just Stop Oil protesters when police began arresting people.
US journalist Chloe Kim reacts to some of the song contest's most memorable performances.
As usual, the Eurovision song contest brings the most eclectic mix of performers.
Business and Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch is told off by Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle over Telegraph leaks.
The Lord President of the Council reveals how she prepared to carry the Sword of State for the King's Coronation.
Watch a man in a lime green outfit get mistaken for Finland's Eurovision entry.
Host Alesha Dixon performs a rap on the contest's history - bringing back memories of her time in band Mis-Teeq.
The first semi-final is over in Liverpool - here's what you might have missed in 60 seconds.
The BBC’s Analysis Editor examines the circumstances around the arrest of anti-monarchy protesters.
The 11:43 train from Euston to Liverpool became the Eurovision Express as fans travelled up for the contest.
The newly crowned monarchs make a surprise appearance with Katy Perry and Lionel Richie.
The Prince and Princess of Wales have been joining the Big Help Out with their three children.
A brilliant variety of pop stars, beloved characters and masters of music come together on stage.
The BBC's Duncan Kennedy breaks down the brief trip the Duke of Sussex made to the UK for the Coronation.
The Prince and Princess of Wales meet crowds celebrating the Coronation at Windsor.
Watch to see what's changed since 1953 and what's stayed the same.
King Charles and Queen Camilla appear on Buckingham Palace's balcony, ahead of the flypast.
Coronation procession returns to Buckingham Palace
King Charles III and Queen Camilla are crowned at Westminster Abbey
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby places the St Edward's Crown on King Charles's head.
The Duke of Sussex looked happy and relaxed as he entered the abbey with his cousins Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, the daughters of Prince Andrew.
Penny Mordaunt carries sword ahead of King Charles
The demonstration against the Coronation was organised near Trafalgar Square in central London.
The Archbishop of Canterbury placed Queen Mary's crown on her head.
The Prince of Wales pledges loyalty to his father as the Coronation nears its end.
The Archbishop of Canterbury uses special oil to anoint the King in the form of a cross on his head, breast and hands.
Some of the most memorable looks among the congregation at Westminster Abbey.
The pop star seemed unsure of where she was supposed to be as she arrived at Westminster Abbey.
The Coronation is celebrated with a new gospel music composition performed in Westminster Abbey.
King Charles arrives at Westminster Abbey for his Coronation.
King Charles III and the Queen Consort Camilla are accompanied by the King's Procession as they ride to Westminster Abbey in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach.
The King and Queen Consort waved to crowds as they arrived to prepare for the Coronation.
Famous faces gather for the Coronation service in London.
Protester Matt Turnbull is one of the people arrested in the build up to the Coronation.
Ant and Dec are among the celebrity guests arriving at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation.
Choirs and soloists keep the Coronation congregation entertained while they await the start of the service.
Will it rain on the King's parade? Matt Taylor has all the details for Saturday's forecast.
Thousands of soldiers, sailors and airmen will all be taking part in today's Coronation.
Video shows people smashing windows to try to escape at Clapham Common station.
Missed today's coverage? Here's some of the most important moments from the last 24 hours.
The monarch and the Queen Consort have a special message for travellers.
The King, Prince William and Kate have been meeting well-wishers near Buckingham Palace.
Olena Zelenska gets a warm welcome to the UK from Akshata Murty on the steps of Downing Street.
The Conservatives have lost seats to Labour and the Liberal Democrats.
The Prince and Princess of Wales hop on the Elizabeth Line to a Soho pub to get some lessons.
King Charles III's Coronation celebrations will begin with a procession to Westminster Abbey.
The billionaire was criticised for asking the government for a loan to save his Virgin Group.
A look at whether you can expect rain or sunshine between Saturday 6 May and Monday 8 May.
Night-time parade rehearsals showcase just some of the pomp and ceremony happening at the weekend.
The man is led to a police van after throwing suspected shotgun cartridges into Palace grounds, police said.
It has been a night of celebration in Wrexham as the city's football sides celebrate promotions.
Liz Renshaw captured the family having fun on the trampoline in her back garden.
Watch the moment Muammar Ali meets his three-month-old daughter as his family joins him in the UK.
In a rare interview, ahead of the coronation, the princess says "you know what you're getting" with King Charles.
The BBC’s Analysis Editor Ros Atkins examines the row that's led to Richard Sharp's resignation.
The Princess of Wales allows a baby to inspect her handbag during a walkabout in Aberfan, Wales.
Police act in tense scenes as a woman's car is washed down a river.
Richard Sharp is speaking on the day a report examining his appointment is published.
The BBC’s Science Editor Rebecca Morelle struggles during her first experience of weightlessness.
The British comedian hosts the US talk show for last time after more than eight years in the chair.
Billy Harris, who plays Colin Hughes, talks about his real-life football skills from his self-tape.
The King and Queen Consort Camilla visit Liverpool as the city prepares to host Eurovision in May.
Over 300 British nationals have now boarded four flights from Sudan, according to the Foreign Office.
Alerts began sounding just before 15:00 BST, though some people didn't receive one at all.
The prime minister rejects a call from a Labour MP to apologise for the UK’s role in the slave trade.
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