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1 Migration figures: Highest number of EU nationals leaving UK in a decade

Migration figures: Highest number of EU nationals leaving UK in a decade

About 130,000 EU citizens emigrated from the UK in the year to September, the highest number since 2008.
2 Florida shooting: Parents and pupils speak to Trump

Florida shooting: Parents and pupils speak to Trump

President Trump met pupils and parents affected by school shootings in Florida and across the US.
3 British Gas owner Centrica to cut 4,000 jobs after 'weak' year

British Gas owner Centrica to cut 4,000 jobs after 'weak' year

The cuts come after what Centrica said was a "weak" performance at the end of 2017.
4 Brits 2018: The real winners and losers

Brits 2018: The real winners and losers

From best mum to worst metaphor, these are the only Brit awards that really count.
5 World's longest glass bridge visited by thousands daily

World's longest glass bridge visited by thousands daily

Chinese tourists celebrate the new lunar year by walking across the world's longest glass bridge.
6 Winter Olympics 2018: North Korea's General Kim Yong-chol to attend

Winter Olympics 2018: North Korea's General Kim Yong-chol to attend

Kim Yong-Chol, a high-ranking official, is thought to have masterminded several attacks on South Korea.
7 UK economic growth revised downwards

UK economic growth revised downwards

Economic growth was a worse than expected 0.4% in the last three months of 2017, official figures say.
8 Euro 2016 Russian hooligan arrested over England fan attack

Euro 2016 Russian hooligan arrested over England fan attack

He is wanted for a serious attack on an England fan during Euro 2016 and may face 15 years in jail.
9 Brexit: Theresa May heads to Chequers for cabinet talks

Brexit: Theresa May heads to Chequers for cabinet talks

Senior ministers gather to try to reach a deal on the government's Brexit strategy.
10 University lecturers begin strike in pension dispute

University lecturers begin strike in pension dispute

Lecturers at 64 universities walk out over changes they say could halve their retirement income.
11 Ousted leader Henry Bolton quits UKIP

Ousted leader Henry Bolton quits UKIP

The former UKIP leader also insists he and girlfriend Jo Marney are not racists, in a joint ITV interview.
12 Moment policeman catches falling child

Moment policeman catches falling child

He was guarding a bank in Asyut, Egypt, when he spotted the boy three floors above.
13 Meet the farmer who found happiness in an ancestral way of life

Meet the farmer who found happiness in an ancestral way of life

French farmer Jean-Bernard Huon has rejected modern techniques such as machinery and chemicals, relying instead on traditional methods.
14 How Venezuelans stave off hunger amidst a food crisis

How Venezuelans stave off hunger amidst a food crisis

Food has become so scarce in Venezuela after the economy collapsed that people are getting desperate.
15 Justin Trudeau's 'Bollywood' wardrobe amuses Indians

Justin Trudeau's 'Bollywood' wardrobe amuses Indians

The Canadian prime minister has been wearing traditional Indian attire at every possible opportunity.
16 Fashion company loses social media followers over same-sex ads

Fashion company loses social media followers over same-sex ads

A men's suit company in the Netherlands faces "homophobic" backlash over their new same-sex adverts.
17 Florida shooting: Teachers want to be armed, but not with guns

Florida shooting: Teachers want to be armed, but not with guns

US teachers have been posting on Instagram what they would prefer to be armed with.
18 Milan Fashion Week: Models carry fake heads on Gucci catwalk

Milan Fashion Week: Models carry fake heads on Gucci catwalk

The eerily accurate replicas of the heads were followed by baby dragons and a model with a "third eye".
19 Game helps players spot 'fake news'

Game helps players spot 'fake news'

Players run their own fake news empire so they can learn how misinformation is spread.
20 'Mad' Mike's rocket mission to check if Earth is flat

'Mad' Mike's rocket mission to check if Earth is flat

A US rocket enthusiast is looking to blast himself into outer space to test an age-old theory.
21 Will Ed Sheeran play at royal wedding?

Will Ed Sheeran play at royal wedding?

The singer responds to reports that he's performing at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.
22 Damming the Nile: Explore with 360 video

Damming the Nile: Explore with 360 video

Travel the length of the Nile with BBC News to find out how a new dam being built in Ethiopia is threatening to cause a serious rift with neighbouring countries Egypt and Sudan.
23 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
24 'The story of a weird world I was warned never to tell'

'The story of a weird world I was warned never to tell'

Pauline Dakin's childhood was full of secrets, disruption and unpleasant surprises - it wasn't until she was aged 23 that she found out why.
25 Emotions run high on university pickets

Emotions run high on university pickets

Tears and anger on the picket lines as staff begin a strike at 64 universities across England.
26 Syria war: Families struggle to survive in Eastern Ghouta, under siege

Syria war: Families struggle to survive in Eastern Ghouta, under siege

Syrians in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta live in fear as the government steps up its bombardment.
27 KFC shortage: How much do we spend on fried chicken?

KFC shortage: How much do we spend on fried chicken?

KFC outlets have been forced to close due to a chicken shortage - but how much do we spend on fast food?
28 'Counting every school shooting so it never seems normal'

'Counting every school shooting so it never seems normal'

Counting and remembering ever school shooting to stop US becoming 'desensitised'.
29 Should the water industry be renationalised?

Should the water industry be renationalised?

The pros and cons of Labour's vow to bring the water industry back into public ownership.
30 Billy Graham: Six things he believed

Billy Graham: Six things he believed

On civil rights, North Korea ties and dining with women, this is where Graham stood.
31 Brit Awards 2018: Five things we learnt on the red carpet

Brit Awards 2018: Five things we learnt on the red carpet

Newsbeat speaks to celebrities as they turn up for the awards ceremony at the O2 Arena in London.
32 Ander Herrera: Man Utd midfielder could have bad injury, says Jose Mourinho

Ander Herrera: Man Utd midfielder could have bad injury, says Jose Mourinho

Ander Herrera could have a "bad injury", says Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho after Wednesday's Champions League goalless draw at Sevilla.
33 Queen of the South keeper crisis after goalie hurt by cow

Queen of the South keeper crisis after goalie hurt by cow

A Scottish Championship club faces a selection headache after the teenager is injured by the runaway animal.
34 Wayne Rooney returned to Everton because he wanted the 'pressure'

Wayne Rooney returned to Everton because he wanted the 'pressure'

Wayne Rooney says he chose to return to Everton because he relishes the pressure of being back at his boyhood club.
35 Winter Olympics: Michelle Gisin wins gold in women's alpine combined

Winter Olympics: Michelle Gisin wins gold in women's alpine combined

Switzerland's Michelle Gisin takes gold in the women's alpine combined at Pyeongchang 2018, four years after older sister Dominique shared downhill gold.
36 Winter Olympics: Shaolin Sandor Liu, boyfriend of Elise Christie, helps Hungary to first gold

Winter Olympics: Shaolin Sandor Liu, boyfriend of Elise Christie, helps Hungary to first gold

Shaolin Sandor Liu, the boyfriend of Great Britain's Elise Christie, helps Hungary win their first ever Winter Olympic gold medal.
37 Six Nations 2018: Henderson and Furlong miss Wales match

Six Nations 2018: Henderson and Furlong miss Wales match

Ireland's Iain Henderson and Tadhg Furlong are ruled out of Saturday's Six Nations match against Wales through injury.
38 Elise Christie says Winter Olympic failures will not 'define' her

Elise Christie says Winter Olympic failures will not 'define' her

Britain's Elise Christie says her Winter Olympic failures do not "define" her and she will come back stronger at the next Games in Beijing.
39 Winter Olympics: South Koreans crash as Schulting wins 1,000m short track gold

Winter Olympics: South Koreans crash as Schulting wins 1,000m short track gold

Watch a dramatic women's 1,000m short track final as the two South Korean skaters crash into each other and Suzanne Schulting wins gold for the Netherlands.
40 Winter Olympics: GB out of men's curling after 'amazing' five-point stone

Winter Olympics: GB out of men's curling after 'amazing' five-point stone

Switzerland stun Great Britain's men with a rare five-point stone in the ninth end to end GB's hopes of reaching the curling semi-finals.
41 Winter Olympics: Russia curler Alexander Krushelnitsky stripped of bronze for doping

Winter Olympics: Russia curler Alexander Krushelnitsky stripped of bronze for doping

Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky is stripped of his Pyeongchang 2018 bronze medal after being found guilty of doping.
42 Winter Olympics: GB out of men's curling after losing tie-breaker to Switzerland

Winter Olympics: GB out of men's curling after losing tie-breaker to Switzerland

Great Britain's men's curling team are out of the Winter Olympics after losing a tie-breaker against Switzerland.
43 Winter Olympics: Crashes & corks - David Wise wins epic ski halfpipe final

Winter Olympics: Crashes & corks - David Wise wins epic ski halfpipe final

Watch highlights of a thrilling ski halfpipe final as defending Winter Olympic champion David Wise becomes the first man to complete four double corks.
44 Winter Olympics: GB's Dave Ryding eyes medal at Beijing 2022 after finishing ninth

Winter Olympics: GB's Dave Ryding eyes medal at Beijing 2022 after finishing ninth

Great Britain's Dave Ryding targets a medal at the 2022 Winter Olympics after finishing ninth in the slalom in Pyeongchang.
45 Hundreds of drones create spectacular light show

Hundreds of drones create spectacular light show

Three hundred drones created a stunning light show in the night sky during Olympic medal ceremony.
46 Winter Olympics: Day-by-day guide to Pyeongchang 2018

Winter Olympics: Day-by-day guide to Pyeongchang 2018

The Britons, the medals, the highlights - everything you need to know about every day of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
47 Shannon Matthews: The unravelling of the truth

Shannon Matthews: The unravelling of the truth

Ten years on since the kidnapping hoax, has the full story been revealed?
48 The playboy who got away with $242m – using ‘black magic’

The playboy who got away with $242m – using ‘black magic’

How Foutanga Babani Sissoko pulled off one of the most audacious confidence tricks of all time.
49 Florida school shooting: A killer comes to 'paradise'

Florida school shooting: A killer comes to 'paradise'

Students re-live Wednesday's shooting in Florida - and demand tougher gun laws from their government.