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1 - John Worboys pleads guilty to sex offences
2 - Tory leadership: MPs to choose final two candidates
3 - Brexit: Philip Hammond to warn war chest may disappear
4 - Online pornography checks for under-18s 'face new delay'
5 - Under-30s 'spend less than same age group in 2001'
6 - AlunaGeorge singer details sexual assault by industry figure
7 - Boohoo's recycled clothes 'will not solve fast fashion waste'
8 - British wrestling champion Lionheart dies
9 - Leamington school sportswear uniform introduced
10 - Air pollution: Houses on polluted street face demolition
11 - Freddie Mercury: 'Lost' song Time Waits For No One premieres on Radio 2
12 - Ed Sheeran offers local support slots for Ipswich gigs
13 - Young drinkers lead the trend for alcohol-free beer
14 - 'My bulimia was hidden by my normal weight'
15 - All aboard Britain’s first hydrogen train
16 - UK climate emergency: What does it mean for how we live?
17 - MMR Vaccine: 'I was asked why I had vaccinated my child'
18 - Hydrogen trains: Are these the eco-friendly trains of the future?
19 - Police investigate jet ski 'seal scarers' in Lincolnshire
20 - American B-17 Flying Fortress bomber pilots honoured
21 - London Underground: 'A stranger tried to kill me'
22 - Newspaper headlines: BBC 'debate bias' and leadership race latest
23 - Emiliano Sala: Manslaughter arrest over footballer's death
24 - Irish border: UK expert panel to advise on post-Brexit arrangements
25 - Fake HMRC scams using Welsh Assembly phone numbers
26 - Coatbridge's Buchanan High teachers strike over health fears
27 - Wainfleet flood evacuation extended until Monday
1 - John Worboys pleads guilty to sex offences

The "black cab rapist" entered his pleas at the Old Bailey.

6/20/2019 10:01:02 AM

2 - Tory leadership: MPs to choose final two candidates

Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove and Sajid Javid are vying to join frontrunner Boris Johnson as the last two candidates.

6/20/2019 9:01:45 AM

3 - Brexit: Philip Hammond to warn war chest may disappear

The chancellor will say billions he has set aside may be "soaked up" if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

6/19/2019 11:42:00 PM

4 - Online pornography checks for under-18s 'face new delay'

Changes aimed at stopping under-18s viewing explicit content were due to come into force next month.

6/20/2019 4:40:15 AM

5 - Under-30s 'spend less than same age group in 2001'

Millennials are spending less on "fun" than the same age group did in 2001, a report suggests.

6/20/2019 2:56:18 AM

6 - AlunaGeorge singer details sexual assault by industry figure

Singer Aluna Francis tells BBC podcast The Next Episode she was sexually assaulted by an unnamed music professional.

6/20/2019 9:05:47 AM

7 - Boohoo's recycled clothes 'will not solve fast fashion waste'

The fast fashion retailer is trying to be more sustainable, but some are sceptical.

6/20/2019 12:03:37 AM

8 - British wrestling champion Lionheart dies

Tributes are paid to the wrestling champion from Ayr who has died at the age of 36.

6/20/2019 6:57:08 AM

9 - Leamington school sportswear uniform introduced

A Leamington Spa junior school replaces its uniform with "activewear", despite objections.

6/20/2019 4:35:39 AM

10 - Air pollution: Houses on polluted street face demolition

Residents on one of the UK's most polluted roads could have their homes bought by a council.

6/20/2019 9:22:16 AM

11 - Freddie Mercury: 'Lost' song Time Waits For No One premieres on Radio 2

The track features an unheard vocal performance from the late Queen star.

6/20/2019 8:23:53 AM

12 - Ed Sheeran offers local support slots for Ipswich gigs

Three acts from Ed Sheeran's home county will get a chance to support him at his homecoming gigs.

6/20/2019 3:34:26 AM

13 - Young drinkers lead the trend for alcohol-free beer

Led by craft brewers and young drinkers, a growing number of low and no alcohol beers, are being drunk.

6/20/2019 12:10:46 AM

14 - 'My bulimia was hidden by my normal weight'

Lee Donald says eating disorders can go unnoticed because too many associate them with being underweight.

6/20/2019 1:34:32 AM

15 - All aboard Britain’s first hydrogen train

Britain is looking to become one of the next countries to start running hydrogen-powered trains.

6/20/2019 8:01:14 AM

16 - UK climate emergency: What does it mean for how we live?

How our life and work could be affected as Wales aims to reach zero carbon emissions by 2050.

6/20/2019 12:09:15 AM

17 - MMR Vaccine: 'I was asked why I had vaccinated my child'

With measles cases on the rise in UK, we follow a project aiming to tackle lower vaccination rates in the Somali community.

6/20/2019 1:23:14 AM

18 - Hydrogen trains: Are these the eco-friendly trains of the future?

With zero emissions and water as a by-product, Tom Burridge was on board one of the test runs.

6/20/2019 12:16:03 AM

19 - Police investigate jet ski 'seal scarers' in Lincolnshire

A birdwatcher filmed three jet skiers riding close to a colony of common seals at a nature reserve.

6/19/2019 1:29:22 PM

20 - American B-17 Flying Fortress bomber pilots honoured

A memorial service is held for the UK-based crew of two American Flying Fortress bombers.

6/19/2019 10:36:04 PM

21 - London Underground: 'A stranger tried to kill me'

Tobias French was nearly killed when a stranger tried to push him in front of an oncoming train.

6/19/2019 4:03:57 AM

22 - Newspaper headlines: BBC 'debate bias' and leadership race latest

The papers focus on the latest in the Tory leadership contest, amid criticism over the BBC's TV debate.

6/20/2019 5:30:28 AM

23 - Emiliano Sala: Manslaughter arrest over footballer's death

Emiliano Sala died in a plane crash in January along with pilot David Ibbotson.

6/19/2019 7:37:38 PM

24 - Irish border: UK expert panel to advise on post-Brexit arrangements

The UK government appoints panel of experts to advise on ways to avoid a hard border after Brexit.

6/20/2019 9:10:44 AM

25 - Fake HMRC scams using Welsh Assembly phone numbers

People worried about a fake scam are calling Senedd staff who have nothing to do with it.

6/20/2019 12:08:32 AM

26 - Coatbridge's Buchanan High teachers strike over health fears

Staff at Buchanan High have fears about chemical contamination of land the school is built on.

6/20/2019 12:54:15 AM

27 - Wainfleet flood evacuation extended until Monday

More than 580 homes were evacuated after heavy rains led to the River Steeping bursting its banks.

6/19/2019 4:56:14 PM

 

 

 









 


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