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Brexit: Theresa May to discuss end deal with ministers
The PM will meet senior ministers to debate for the first time what a post-Brexit deal should be.
Lebanon murder inquiry arrest after UK woman's death
Rebecca Dykes, who worked at the UK embassy in Beirut, had been strangled, police sources say.
Guests evacuated as fire engulfs hotel
Roads are closed as firefighters tackle a serious fire at the Gateway to Wales Hotel in Deeside.
Ashes: Australia thrash England in Perth to regain urn
Australia regain the Ashes with an innings-and-41-run win over England in the third Test in Perth.
Birmingham crash: First victim named as Imtiaz Mohammed
Taxi driver Imtiaz Mohammed, who had six children, had rung his wife to say he was on his way home.
Steroid abuse 'raising health risk for thousands'
British heart doctors are warning that thousands of people who misuse anabolic steroids are putting themselves at greater risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Depression: 'I kept my head down to survive the day at work'
People would rather talk to their colleagues about sex and money worries than mental health problems, says survey.
The Apprentice: Lord Sugar surprises viewers with result of final
The latest series of The Apprentice has ended - don't read if you don't want to know the result.
Student vote 'swings further to Labour'
With tuition fees under scrutiny, researchers say Labour is strengthening its position among students.
Boys, aged 13 and 14, arrested over Bournemouth teen stabbing
A boy, 16, was taken to hospital with serious injuries to his chest and face, police say.
Joe McFadden: 'Unemployed but optimistic'
Scotland's Strictly winner vows to keep dancing and hints at West End ambitions.
Butlins site among landmarks protected by Historic England
The grave of a war horse and a Roman parade ground are among 1,000 landmarks granted protected status.
Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Mo Farah wins top award
Watch as Sir Mo Farah wins the 2017 Sports Personality of the Year award.
Poverty and loneliness impact millions at Christmas
A church in Reading serves lunches to help people in poverty or suffering from loneliness at Christmas.
Five secrets of a well-run A&E department
Luton & Dunstable hospital has the best-performing A&E in England. The BBC's Hugh Pym explains why.
Grenfell Tower: School in the shadow of disaster
Six months on, how pupils at one primary school are coping with the loss of a classmate and their homes.
BFI event celebrates discovery of long lost TV programmes
Missing Believed Wiped at BFI Southbank celebrates programmes thought to have been lost forever.
Who waltzed off with the Strictly glitterball?
Alexandra Burke, Gemma Atkinson, Debbie McGee and Joe McFadden competed for the coveted Strictly Come Dancing trophy.
Can you cook your entire Christmas dinner on a BBQ?
Barbecue champion Scott Lane shows you how to cook your Christmas dinner al fresco - sprouts and all.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Newspaper headlines: 'Horror attack' as UK diplomat murdered
The death of a British embassy worker in Beirut makes most of Monday's front pages.
Miscarriage of justice?
One of the last two men hanged in the UK was mentally unstable - but his lawyers didn't plead diminished responsibility. So was it a miscarriage of justice?
There are no snow days at the Dandelion nursery in Marsham, Norfolk.
Joy Milne has an amazing sense of smell that is bringing amazing results for scientists studying Parkinson's disease.
The next round of Premier League football television rights are up for grabs for the three years from 2019 to 2022.
Autism at Christmas
How do families with autistic children make it through the festive season in harmony?
Rape and abuse
"Dangerous men" at the top of the industry are abusing their power, the BBC has been told.
Child star to champion
He is Scotland's first Strictly winner, but who is Joe McFadden and what else has he done?
Find out more about the 12 nominees for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 award, to be presented on Sunday.
'Deep Freeze' murder
It is 60 years since Anne Noblett's frozen body was found in a field - are we any closer to finding out who killed her?
The big time
Comedian Chris McCausland, who is blind, dared to dream and now he has hit the big time on BBC Two's Live at the Apollo.
The house that Edek built - and the secret suitcase kept inside
The architect, his modernist post-War home, and the suitcase full of secrets he kept inside.
Will Disney want to keep pumping money into a loss-making news channel after the Fox deal?
Shops are using quirky events and experiences to lure us back to the High Street - but will it work?
The cash machine industry and the network are at loggerheads over closure plans.
Thousands died as a thick polluted fog engulfed London for four days in 1952.