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Public sector strikes could further increase the non-policing workload on officers, Sir Mark Rowley warns.
The anonymous graffiti artist paints murals on buildings destroyed by Russian artillery attacks.
The family are calling on ministers not to increase the number of children nursery staff can look after.
The bells of the Elizabeth Tower will return to regular service on Remembrance Sunday.
Alex says he almost never sees other disabled people out clubbing.
Dr Heather Steen acted dishonestly over how a nine-year-old girl had died, rules a tribunal.
The man responsible for the death of Amanda McIlquam's son was spared jail because he was under 25.
Royal honours for arts and sciences are announced, with four of six new members from ethnic minorities.
BBC correspondents share what could come up in the economic plan and what it could mean for you.
The former health secretary was being grilled by campmates about his actions during the pandemic.