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Watch: On the picket line with nurses across the UK
Nurses in Northern Ireland, Wales and England stage industrial action, calling for fair pay.
Bolsover: Labour candidate Jerry Hague stands down
Solicitor Jerry Hague was revealed to have been fined over his firm's handling of miners' compensation.
Norwich EuroMillions winners plan wedding after 15 years
Ellie Land and her partner Karl Ward win £1m on the EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker.
Terry Hall: Tributes to The Specials singer who was 'one of the greats'
The music world pays tribute to The Specials frontman and how his group soundtracked British life.
UK's old trees critical to climate change fight
Mature trees found in UK forests play a critical role in fighting climate change, a study suggests
Sutterton fire: Charger warning as blaze rips through home
Graham Nicholls' house was badly damaged and he was taken to hospital after the fire broke out.
Lurgan: Murder arrest over suspicious death of woman
Police are currently at the scene in Silverwood Green, Lurgan following the death.
Merthyr Tydfil: Toy beads warning after boy, 4, nearly died
Jude was in hospital for weeks and almost died after swallowing the popular mini magnets in August.
MSPs to vote on changes to gender reforms
They are expected to sit late into the evening to consider about 150 amendments to the bill.
Newspaper headlines: 'Ambulance strike threatens lives' and 'call a taxi'
Strikes by ambulance service workers and nurses dominate the front pages on Tuesday.
Terry Hall of The Specials dies aged 63
His distinctively dour voice can be heard on hits like Ghost Town, Gangsters and Too Much, Too Young.
Baby's life 'probably saved' by umbilical stem cells
An experimental treatment saves the life of baby Finley after he was born with a heart defect.
Paul McCartney shares 'magical' Glastonbury memories and exclusive photos
The star reflects on his historic headline set, and shares never-before-seen photos from Worthy Farm.
Georgia Harrison: Revenge porn made me feel 'worthless'
The former Love Island contestant told the BBC she wants the government to simplify laws in the UK.
First pictures of King Charles banknotes revealed
Notes featuring the King's portrait will enter circulation in mid-2024, says the Bank of England.
Charities with a mountain to climb as donors drop
Fewer people are donating to charity compared with before the pandemic, a survey suggests.
Bob Stewart MP tells human rights activist to 'go back to Bahrain'
Human rights activist Sayed Ahmed Alwadaei has complained to the Tory Party over the incident.
Low-deposit mortgage scheme extended for a year
The scheme offers government backing to encourage lenders to offer low-deposit mortgages to buyers.
Man armed with knife shot dead by police
Police were called to reports of an armed man threatening people at a home in Carlisle.
Man guilty of murder and rape in oldest double jeopardy case
Dennis McGrory is convicted after he raped, stabbed and strangled a teenager in Islington in 1975.