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Street harassment 'relentless' for women and girls

Being harassed has become 'normal' - and it's time for the government to act, a group of MPs say.

Tommy Robinson: Contempt case referred to Attorney General

The Old Bailey judge said the contempt of court case was too complex and needed further consideration.

'Degrading strip search left me with PTSD'

Koshka Duff says she was stripped naked, manhandled and humiliated by a group of police officers.

Cervical screening: Millions missing smear tests

Health data shows a lower proportion of women have been having the test when they should.

More takeaways on high street despite anti-obesity push

Campaigners say they led to more obesity, but councils say they need extra powers to curb their growth.

Three-year-old child dies in Llanybydder collision

Police say they are investigating after the sudden death of a child on Sunday.

Ryanair racism: Essex Police pass details to Spain authorities

Essex Police said Spanish authorities are leading the investigation into a 'racist' rant on a flight.

Amputee PC told public how to save his life after car crash

PC Tom Dorman says people "ran out of their homes" to stop "catastrophic" bleeding in his leg.

Schools and home care disrupted by Glasgow equal pay strike

Home care services are also being hit by what is thought to be the UK's largest strike over women's pay.

Vegetarian meat substitutes 'exceeding salt limits'

One brand of meat-free "bacon" is saltier than Atlantic seawater, according to Action on Salt's report.

UK Invictus athlete comforted by team-mate

UK competitor Paul Guest was embraced by his team-mate after being unsettled by a helicopter.

The parents of children who died fighting IS visit Syria

Eight Britons are known to have been killed fighting with the Kurdish militia against the Islamic State group.

Afia wins Fostering Network President's award

Afia has fostered 27 children in Tower Hamlets - now she's won an award for exceptional contributions to foster care.

Quadruple amputee's Africa challenge

Alex Lewis will attempt to summit Ras Dashen mountain in Ethiopia in January using a special buggy and rock climbing.

Derbyshire 'bolving' contestants mimic rutting deer

Competitors bellow across the moors in the hope of a return call from a mating stag.

Joachim Ronneberg: Norwegian who stopped Nazis' nuclear plans dies

Joachim Ronneberg, who has died aged 99, led team who sabotaged a Nazi nuclear facility in 1943.

AI painting to go under the hammer

A painting created by artificial intelligence will be auctioned by Christie's this week.

Meet the 99-year-old transgender WW2 veteran

Louise Jennings was 26 years old when she fought in World War Two as Robert Jennings.

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Highlands and islands on Lonely Planet's 'Best in Travel' list

The Scottish region is named one of the travel guide's top 10 destinations for 2019.

'Zombies' wanted for mass dance in Inverness

The event in Inverness' Victorian Market will mark the close of the ZombieNess festival.

Newspaper headlines: Defiant May and plastic 'polluting' people

The PM's Commons showdown on Brexit attracts headlines alongside a study into toxic microplastics.

Somebody to love! How Rami Malek became Freddie Mercury

The actor explains the lengths he went to to avoid his portrayal of the Queen star becoming a crude impersonation.

Budget 2018: How does the government collect and spend our money?

A breakdown of where the government's money comes from and where it goes.

Shankill bomb: A dark day amid talks of peace

An end to violence seemed as far away as ever after the Shankill bomb in Belfast in 1993.

'One stroke took my speech away - I think another brought it back'

Four years ago, Peter had a stroke and lost the ability to speak. This year, on the day he had a second stroke, it came back.

Universities: Is free speech under threat?

BBC Reality Check looks at whether universities have banned books, speakers or changed course content.

Royal tour: Harry and Meghan's Australia trip so far

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been given a royal welcome from fans in Australia.

Doctor Who: Why has the Rosa Parks episode got people talking?

Sunday's episode of Doctor Who saw Jodie Whittaker meeting civil right activist, Rosa Parks.

We have FOMOMG - do you?

Three people tell us what it's like to experience the "Fear Of Missing Out [on] My Goals".

Why do governments underspend on big projects?

UK governments are not good at putting the amount into capital investments that they say they are going to.

Could big-game fishing return to the UK?

Huge bluefin tuna are being caught again in British waters - but can they be fished sustainably?

The £1.3bn finance firm that was conceived in a pub

After Samir Desai told two friends his idea for a business over a few pints, the three of them went on to establish lending firm Funding Circle.



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