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Invest NI: 'Profound divisions' damaging organisation, review finds
A review finds that damaged senior relationships are harming the performance of the organisation.
Matt Hancock condemns Andrew Bridgen anti-vax comments
The former health secretary spoke of the "deep offensive" comments from a now-suspended Tory MP.
Rail strikes: Unions say solution is 'further away' than ever
The head of train drivers' union Aslef says a solution is "further away" than ever, despite talks.
Maya Chappell: Mother Dana Carr charged over death
Maya Chappell was found in a critical condition at a house and died in hospital.
Essex Police makes direct appeal to missing couple with newborn baby
A detective in Essex is appealing directly to a missing woman who gave birth last week.
On the picket line with ambulance staff across England and Wales
About 20,000 ambulance staff go on strike for a second time over pay.
Goldman Sachs starts massive round of job cuts
As many as 3,200 people will be affected by the cuts, the investment bank says.
Benjamin Mendy: Jury can return majority verdict, judge rules
Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy is on trial accused of raping women at his home.
Barratt warns of 'marked slowdown' in housing market
The housebuilder says changes to mortgage rates have made homes less affordable.
Met Police to target 100 most dangerous men using data
Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley announces new policing plans following several damning reviews.
Prince Harry condemns 'dangerous spin' about his Taliban comments
Responding for the first time to coverage of his book, the prince accuses some in the press of "lies".
A royal fanfare for Tom Hanks... as Prince Harry arrives for Late Show
Prince Harry's limelight was temporarily taken away, when Tom Hanks received a royal fanfare.
Prince Harry: Press spin on Taliban comments is 'dangerous'
Prince Harry speaks to Stephen Colbert on the Late Show, on the day his memoir 'Spare' is launched.
France's health system under pressure of increasing demands
Some rural and suburban areas have no local doctors, while GPs in cities are working 60-hour weeks.
Duxford: The village rediscovering its lost pubs and ale houses
How one man's ever-growing village archive sparked a tour of lost ale houses.
Cost of living: 'We had to bath our kids in the kitchen sink'
A rural family who ran out of heating oil say they were forced to wash their children in the kitchen.
Shamima Begum accepts she joined a terror group
In extensive BBC interviews, Shamima Begum also reveals the detailed planning before she joined IS at 15.
Ambulance strike: Workers in Wales to hold second day of action
GMB Union members in the Welsh Ambulance Service will stage their second walkout in a month.
Prelims rescheduled as Scottish secondary teachers strike
The walkouts follows the closure of primary schools on Tuesday in an ongoing pay dispute.
Church of England announces £100m fund after slavery links
It is "time to take action to address our shameful past," says the Archbishop of Canterbury.