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Hannah Reid, from London Grammar, tells Radio 1 Newsbeat that music is still a sexist industry.
A new crop of coffee companies have solutions to cut waste in their industry.
Four million homes have dropped their fixed line phones since 2000 a trend which may see a post-pandemic boost.
The background to the case of sub-postmasters whose convictions were based on evidence from faulty IT.
The Manchester United star has teamed up with chef Tom Kerridge to promote healthy home cooking.
Why ASMR is becoming more used within the music industry.
Manchester United and Liverpool owners apologise to supporters for their involvement in a proposed European Super League.
The airport tells the BBC that it turned down requests from airlines to operate additional flights.
The driver, aged 15, claimed he took the vehicle to settle a £40 drug debt.
The foreign secretary has set out how the UK's reduced aid budget will be spent.
Johnny Mercer left government on Tuesday over protections for troops who served during the Troubles.
A resident who predicted a "catastrophic event" would happen at Grenfell gives evidence to the inquiry.
Former veterans minister Johnny Mercer has said he was fired from government through text.
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
Almost 5,000 patients were sent to care homes between March and May last year - many without a test.
Ezekiel Hermon's flat is set to be demolished and says the council must do more to find a new home.
Tracy Hercules, who sped off after mistakenly believing police officers were after him, is jailed.
The best time to view it will be early morning or after sunset on Thursday, astronomers say.
A former prisoner sprayed a fire extinguisher to try and stop Usman Khan after seeing his 'suicide belt'.
Areas in the Northern and Southern Health Trusts are being looked at to pilot the programme.