BBC News - UK
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Workers voted for industrial action amid a restructuring dispute which a union says left staff "demoralised".
Martin Morris amassed 36,000 Marvel and DC comics over decades, with one probably worth £10,000.
Boxing ring girl Ellisha-Jade defends her work after other sports dropped promotional models.
The young women who are trying to change perceptions about a traditionally male-dominated practice.
Experts fear that volunteers asked to sift through upsetting material may not get adequate support.
Social care providers tell Newsnight the number of EU nationals working in the sector has fallen since Brexit.
Friday will mark two years since the fire and the bereaved will gather by the tower to pay tribute.
A researcher, whose study showed a treatment programme led to more offending, says she was sidelined.
Passengers had faced lengthy delays and cancellations due to damage and blocked lines.
Britain's four-time champion Chris Froome suffers a fractured right femur, a fractured elbow and fractured ribs in a high-speed crash that has ruled him out of the Tour de France.
Students Freddie McLennan and Joe Atkins, both 19, died while travelling across South America.
MPs reject the chance to take control of Parliament's timetable, blocking the latest attempt to stop no-deal Brexit.
Dawn Beech recognised her ex-husband Carl on Panorama making allegations against VIPs, a court hears.
Presenter Ben Fogle says he is "disappointed" the BBC decided to scrap free TV licences for most over-75s.
Scottish parents are smuggling prescription cannabis into the country to give to their seriously ill children.
The investigation into a London Bridge attacker was suspended over lack of resources, an inquest hears.
Nigel Farage said the comic's remarks on BBC Radio 4 comedy show, Heresy, were an "incitement to violence".
Three British soldiers were found in a back garden in France when the owner dug a trench for a drainpipe.
An ex-Army doctor tells an inquest he has no memory of treating two men killed in Ballymurphy in 1971.
The east London primary says it has been forced to turn to charity to pay for a pupil support team.