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Top climber Di Gilbert scaled Everest twice and was shocked by the number of bodies she saw.
More Americans are visiting London and splashing the cash as Brits in New York are counting the cents.
Landlords can decide to rule out tenants with children when letting a home, but some say that is unfair.
The Metropolitan Police say the alleged leak has damaged the UK's international relations.
After two years of criticism, officials say combustible cladding should not be used on tall buildings.
The leadership hopefuls were interviewed by the BBC. Reality Check examines their claims.
Popular trails have had been blocked with rocks and had branches placed at head height.
David Cann's family have travelled to Turkey to help search for him after he went missing.
Scientists capture an image of two particles interacting and sharing their physical states for an instant.
The 35-year-old woman died at the scene at a roundabout in south-west London.
But leadership rival Boris Johnson says the UK will leave the EU on 31 October "come what may".
The prime minister has told the BBC that she will leave the job with a "mixture of pride and disappointment"
Tens of thousands of spectators watched 18 marches marking the 1690 Battle of the Boyne.
More than 1,000 demonstrators were arrested during April's climate change protests in London.
The PM reflects on her Brexit battles, criticism and achievements in an exclusive BBC interview.
Darren Pencille stabbed Lee Pomeroy 18 times in an argument on a Guildford to London train.
Nyla Khan was 17 when she was forced to marry her cousin during a family holiday to Pakistan.
Ali Issa Ahmad says he was badly beaten after wearing a Qatar flag T-shirt at a match in Abu Dhabi.
Darren Pencille, the man who stabbed Lee Pomeroy to death on a London-bound train, had a history of mental illness.
Ricardo Godinho, who denies murdering his wife, tells jurors he feared she would take his children.