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Grenfell Tower: Inquiry opens with tribute to stillborn baby

A father who lost his unborn son is among those remembering loved ones who died in the fire.

Grenfell Tower insulation 'never passed fire safety test'

The insulation used to refurbish Grenfell should never have been on the building, BBC Panorama finds.

Moped crime: New rules to protect police pursuit drivers

The government proposals aim to smash the "myth" that officers cannot pursue those not wearing helmets.

Ken Livingstone to quit Labour amid anti-Semitism row

The ex-London mayor, suspended over anti-Semitism claims, says he is "sorry for offence he caused".

Royal Wedding 2018: Harry and Meghan release official photos

The whole bridal party join the newly-weds in three official photographs from their big day.

Unai Emery set to be appointed new Arsenal manager replacing Arsene Wenger

Arsenal are set to appoint former PSG and Sevilla boss Unai Emery as their new manager to replace Arsene Wenger.

Woman drives car through half marathon in Plymouth

Plymouth MP Luke Pollard said it was "very silly" in light of terror attacks where cars were used as weapons.

US vows 'strongest sanctions in history' on Iran

The top US diplomat sets out new demands to Iran, which says the US is reverting to old "delusions".

Missing microbes 'cause' childhood cancer

Early exposure to microbes may help protect children against a type of leukaemia, says a UK scientist.

Turkey coup trial: Court to jail 104 ex-military for life

The president had said he backed reintroducing the death penalty for plotters of the 2016 coup.

Speaker John Bercow admits muttering word 'stupid'

Speaker John Bercow says he respects all his colleagues, including Commons leader Andrea Leadsom.

Korea: Hoping for peace at a fake DMZ

A replica of the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) separating North and South Korea is drawing tourists.

Fuel price rise threatens consumer spending

The cost of fuel is now at its highest level for three-and-a-half years.

Manchester bombing survivors' choir cope through music

A group of survivors from the Manchester attack have formed a choir to help them cope with the trauma.

The Papers: Manchester remembers bombing victims

The Manchester Evening News provides a poignant commemoration for the victims of last year's attack.

Ms Curvaceous takes on the 'fat tax'

Corrine Mensah was recently crowned Ms Curvaceous UK 2018.

'I want to be like Mo Salah'

Aspiring footballers in Mo Salah's hometown are taking inspiration from the Liverpool FC ace.

EastEnders stars on the stabbing storyline

Newsbeat visits Albert Square to talk to some of the show's stars, to see how they prepared for the stabbing storyline.

The Gambian village transformed by graffiti

What happened when international street artists, who normally paint murals on urban walls, headed to rural Gambia.

Van Gogh: Could this be a newly discovered painting?

X-ray and traditional methods suggest the painting is genuine, but final verification is pending.

Royal profiles give up little-known nuggets

As the Duchess of Sussex is welcomed into the Royal Family, we spotted these facts in their profiles.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018: In pictures

Pictures from the launch of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Fred the labrador takes nine ducklings 'under his paw'

The ducklings were found waddling around the grounds of a castle.

The Handmaid's Tale: Series 2 is 'a harrowing showstopper'

As the second series airs on Channel 4, critics and fans are taken aback by the brutal scenes.

Clinton takes dig at Trump with Russian hat

At a Yale graduation ceremony, Hilary Clinton takes a swipe at US President Donald Trump.

Royal wedding preacher: 'I timed sermon at seven minutes'

Bishop Michael Curry stole the show at the wedding of Meghan and Harry with a sermon clocking in at 14 minutes.

What happens when lava meets the sea

BBC correspondent Chris Buckler explains what happens when lava flow meets the sea.

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Iran sanctions: Does US 'Plan B' on Iran risk war?

Washington's apparent aim of bringing down Iran's government through sanctions may backfire.

Royal Wedding 2018: The story behind Stand By Me

The history and meaning of the 'civil rights anthem' sung by the Kingdom Choir at the royal wedding.

Murder and fraud: What happened to Carole Packman?

The Parole Board is reviewing whether to free Russell Causley, who has never revealed where his wife's body is.

Abramovich: What's an investor visa?

Last year, 355 investor visas were approved.

'Permanent' interstellar visitor found

An asteroid from beyond our Solar System has been orbiting near Jupiter for billions of years, scientists say.

Jameela Jamil was told she was 'too ethnic' to make it in the US

The British presenter-turned-actress talks about body image, equal pay and the #MeToo movement.

Pepe's story: How I survived Spanish flu

José Ameal is believed to be the oldest Spanish survivor of the pandemic which followed World War I.

Why North Korea is destroying its nuclear test site

Kim Jong-un's pledge is a step towards ending the nuclear programme but isn't 'denuclearisation'

Reality Check: Are clothes moths on the rise?

It's claimed that clothes moths are on the increase - but is there evidence to back this up?

'I found my call in life at that airport'

The language classes multi-millionaire who started out in business doing telesales via a public phone at an airport.

Champions League final: Liverpool v Real Madrid resale ticket prices 'ridiculous'

Fans seeking tickets for Liverpool's Champions League final against Real Madrid in Ukraine are being asked to pay "ridiculous" prices online.

'Shaun Edwards perfect choice for England' says Matt Dawson

Shaun Edwards is the perfect choice to replace Paul Gustard as England defence coach, says Matt Dawson.

England v Pakistan: Jos Buttler says he considered quitting white-ball cricket

England batsman Jos Buttler says he considered quitting white-ball cricket to regain his place in the Test team.

Alexander Zverev: A Grand Slam champion in the making?

Alexander Zverev starts the French Open as the second seed and the ATP Tour's leading match-winner this year. Russell Fuller charts the 21-year-old's rise.

Vegas Golden Knights on verge of history after reaching NHL finals in debut season

A team of "misfits" given odds of 500-1 to win the title at the start of their debut season are on the verge of making history after reaching the NHL finals.

Eniola Aluko 'excited' for new club after 'frustration' at lack of playing time at Chelsea

Eniola Aluko says she is "excited" to be joining a European club after being "frustrated" at a lack of playing time for WSL champions Chelsea this season.

World Cup countdown: David Beckham sent off against Argentina in 1998

With 24 days to go until the World Cup, BBC Sport looks back to France '98, when David Beckham was sent off for kicking out at Diego Simeone.

County Lines: Why drug phenomenon has hit Wales so hard

Why Wales is being hit so hard by the drugs phenomenon that became a national issue virtually overnight.

'I hated myself for Abu Ghraib abuse'

One of the soldiers convicted in the Abu Ghraib scandal talks about its legacy.

'My lovely dad tried to kill me'

Robyn Hollingworth was just 25 when she left her job in London to help care for her dad who had early-onset Alzheimer's.

The secret executions in Europe's 'last dictatorship'

Those on death row in Belarus know they will be executed but never when - and then no-one will be told.

What has #MeToo actually changed?

The #MeToo movement has shifted Hollywood's power dynamics - but what's changed for the rest of us?



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