BBC News - UK
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New Zealand "ready and willing" to sign post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, says its prime minister.
The findings sparked excitement among archaeologists, who believed the stones to be thousands of years old.
The first and last blood moon of the year peaked this morning.
The seller says the parts "may even have Phil's DNA on it, if you wanted to clone him or anything".
The retailer's Valentine's Day gift, an empty heart-shaped package, angers environmental groups.
The former Radio 2 host broadcasts his first programme since moving to Virgin Radio.
Wayne Bass claims his life has been ruined after catching the disease in Afghanistan.
BBC reporter Helene Daouphars (who is French) looks at how to apply for settled status.
The project has helped refugees from the war in Syria settle into their new life in Kent.
Royal Navy pilot Phil Richardson found the wreckage of his grandfather Ron's WW2 plane in Norway.
Justin Rowlatt gets in among the protesters on both sides of the Brexit debate.
TV cameras pick out the next manager of Huddersfield Town - at least, they thought they did.
HMV collapsed last month, its second administration in six years, risking 2,200 jobs at 125 stores.
Hundreds of people were being moved from the area when the explosion happened.
Three groups in inflatable dinghies land on separate beaches on the Kent coast.
UK Chief Rabbi warns of rising anti-Semitism as the remains of six Auschwitz victims were buried.
Bernard Sheridan attended Saturday's game at Anfield with three generations of his family.
The 24-year-old woman was knocked down by an Audi outside the Marriott Hotel in Leeds.
The international trade secretary suggests that negotiating with the EU over the Irish backstop could rescue the agreement.
As more of us work through the night, one man finds out how 30 years of shifts has affected his life.