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Royal baby: Duke and duchess show off new son

Prince William says he has "thrice the worry now" as he and Catherine leave hospital with their 8lb 7oz baby.

Alfie Evans parents lose 'last-ditch appeal' over life support

A High Court judge dismissed fresh submissions over the seriously ill toddler's life support.

Horses 'fly-tipped and left to die', says RSPCA

Almost 1,000 horses were rescued by the RSPCA last year, the highest number in four years, the charity says.

Food bank charity gives record level of supplies

The UK's biggest food bank network gave out 1.3 million three-day emergency food supplies last year.

Parents facing 'unfair child abuse claims' over bruising

Chloe's son was taken away for a year, until his bruising was found to be down to a medical condition.

Retail woes force hundreds of store closures

Almost 650 shops and restaurants have shut their doors since the start of the year, BBC analysis reveals.

Windrush: UK citizenship fees and language tests waived

Compensation is also promised - as Labour warns against "token" sums for those affected.

Jillian Howell death: Victim 'had bully scrawled on head'

Jillian Howell, 46, was found with multiple stab wounds at her home in Brighton last October.

Government could probe Star and Express newspaper takeover

Government says it is "minded" to investigate Trinity Mirror deal to buy the Star and Express newspapers.

Brexit secretary David Davis visits Irish border

Mr Davis visited a number of places on the Northern Ireland side of the border

Labour election candidate facing calls to stand down

Mandy Richards is facing questions over her future amid controversial comments and court rulings.

Cliff Richard privacy case: BBC editor defends report

An editor says the BBC could have faced criticism had it not reported the inquiry into the singer.

Royal baby: How the day unfolded

How the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduced their second son to the world.

Stephen Lawrence: Service marks 25 years since death

At the service Theresa May announced an annual national day to mark the teenager's life and legacy.

Boy recovering well after five-organ transplant

Jay Crouch has two new kidneys, a liver, pancreas and small bowel and is learning how to eat.

Crossing Divides: Bridging Rotherham's racial chasm

Casey and Waj have forged a rare and deep friendship that cuts across Rotherham's ethnic divides.

Brexit: Five steps to understanding the EU customs union

Five steps to understanding it, ahead of a symbolic vote on the issue this week.

Rain, hail or shine: 20 years of weather with Carol Kirkwood

A look back at some the best bits from two decades of presenting the weather on BBC Breakfast.

How erosion destroyed Norfolk clifftop homes

Erosion of the cliff at Hemsby, Norfolk, has left 18 homes uninhabitable over the past five years.

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Robot helps Jack McLinden, 14, to be Everton mascot

A robot carried on to the pitch feeds panoramic live images and sound back to Jack McLinden's tablet.

New funding of £2.5m for next phase of Gaelic dictionary

Faclair na Gàidhlig aims to document the history, development and use of every single word in the language.

Newspaper headlines: Birth of royal baby celebrated

The royal birth is celebrated with pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their new boy on the front pages.

Co-living in London: Friendship, fines and frustration

More than 80% of 18 to 34 year olds living in Britain say they feel lonely. Could co-living be the answer?

In pictures: Sophie Raworth and the 150-mile desert ultra-marathon

The BBC News presenter ran 150 miles with about 1,000 other runners over the Sahara desert.

Where have the UK's 10,000 Syrian refugees gone?

Two years after pledging to take in 20,000 Syrian refugees, BBC analysis looks at the where the first 10,000 have gone

Britain's Fat Fight: Why we're losing

With Britain becoming the most obese country in Western Europe, chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall investigates.

The female boxer with cerebral palsy

Kate Farley has cerebral palsy, but that doesn't stop her packing a punch in the ring - on her knees.

The foods that might help with dementia

One man has 'got his mum back' from the ravages of Alzheimer's, partly thanks to a change in her diet.

The newborns who share birthday with royal baby

The non-royal babies born shortly before the Duchess of Cambridge's third child.



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