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Women can avoid monthly bleeding if they run oral contraceptive pill packets back to back - but is it safe?
A Stena ferry and the Navy submarine were in the Irish Sea when the "close quarters incident" happened.
The former BBC Radio 2 host will lead the line-up on Scala Radio.
Donald Tusk tells a BBC documentary he told the ex-prime minister to "get real" before the referendum.
A Bournemouth hospital is stationing a nurse at its A&E entrance to redirect non-emergency cases.
Economic abuse will be included in legal definition and abusers stopped from cross-examining victims.
A schoolgirl was groomed, plied with alcohol and raped by the three men in Oxford.
Sickle cell carriers took to social media to praise the show's portrayal of the genetic disease.
The tax authorities have been forced to apologise for two mistakes - wrongly charging penalties and for denying it had made the mistake.
Contactless payment technology is enabling churches in England to offer a digital collection plate.
David Huntington told BBC Panorama of his anger over his father’s death at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
Emma Fairweather, who broke her wrist in the crash, describes the "terrifying" experience.
The leader of the Church of England also says he expects to hear messages from God through others.
The 14-year-old was stabbed to death in east London after being knocked off his moped by a car.
Luciano Newman was being pushed in his pram by Nicole Newman when they were hit by a car in Penge.
Scamp has "upset some very nasty people" in organised crime groups, according to his owner.
Police evacuate houses over hijacked vehicle two days after explosion in the city centre.
The PM will try to win over Tory Brexiteers and the DUP in order to gain support for a withdrawal deal.
The shadow home secretary says she had a 'horrible experience' as a guest on the BBC's Question Time.
A report on abuse at Medway Secure Training Centre, Kent, calls for a new look at control methods.