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1 Brexit: EU leaders pave way for future trade talks

Brexit: EU leaders pave way for future trade talks

EU leaders agree to start talking about post-Brexit trade among themselves but not with the UK for now.
2 Obama and Bush decry deep US divisions without naming Trump

Obama and Bush decry deep US divisions without naming Trump

Comments by the two ex-presidents are seen as a veiled rebuke of Donald Trump's leadership.
3 Oxbridge uncovered: More elitist than we thought

Oxbridge uncovered: More elitist than we thought

The extent to which the Home Counties professional classes dominate Oxbridge admissions is revealed.
4 Everton ban child-carrying fan

Everton ban child-carrying fan

Everton ban the child-carrying supporter involved in a confrontation with a Lyon player during Thursday's Europa League defeat at Goodison Park.
5 Henna crowns: 'Hair' for cancer patient

Henna crowns: 'Hair' for cancer patient

For cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, losing their hair can be an extremely difficult.
6 Mobile companies overcharging customers after contracts end

Mobile companies overcharging customers after contracts end

The UK government said the firms needed to inform customers when they had paid for their handsets.
7 Childcare costs rise up to seven times faster than wages

Childcare costs rise up to seven times faster than wages

London and the East Midlands saw the biggest rate of increase, says research by the TUC.
8 Pollution linked to one in six deaths

Pollution linked to one in six deaths

Pollution has been linked to nine million deaths each year worldwide, according to a report in The Lancet.
9 Harvey Weinstein: Tarantino knew about film mogul's alleged misconduct

Harvey Weinstein: Tarantino knew about film mogul's alleged misconduct

The famed director worked closely with the Hollywood producer accused of many sexual assaults.
10 Tom Hanks: The film industry will have to change

Tom Hanks: The film industry will have to change

Tom Hanks talks to the BBC about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, saying there will now be a "sea change" in Hollywood.
11 Ian Lavery MP received £165,000 from trade union

Ian Lavery MP received £165,000 from trade union

Ian Lavery MP received £165,000 from the 10 member trade union he ran.
12 CIA chief: North Korea 'on cusp' of nuclear capability

CIA chief: North Korea 'on cusp' of nuclear capability

The head of the CIA says the North is close to being able to hit the US with a nuclear missile.
13 Paper review: No deal Brexit plans and 'rip-off' mobiles

Paper review: No deal Brexit plans and 'rip-off' mobiles

David Davis is planning for no deal on Brexit talks, and millions overcharged for mobiles feature on Friday's front pages.
14 Chris Packham: Why I wouldn't change my Asperger's

Chris Packham: Why I wouldn't change my Asperger's

Chris Packham reveals how Asperger's syndrome helps him to see the world in a different way.
15 7 days quiz: Which royal did Paddington dance with?

7 days quiz: Which royal did Paddington dance with?

A weekly quiz of the news, 7 days 7 questions.
16 Boxer Joseph Joyce gets inspiration from his mum, Marvel, who is blind.

Boxer Joseph Joyce gets inspiration from his mum, Marvel, who is blind.

Olympic boxer Joseph Joyce gets inspiration from his adventurous mum, Marvel, who is blind and about to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
17 The woman who taught us about chimps

The woman who taught us about chimps

Famed primatologist Jane Goodall is the subject of a new documentary that includes recently unearthed footage from her explorations in Africa.
18 India's first complete transgender couple are hoping to marry

India's first complete transgender couple are hoping to marry

Sukanyeah and Aarav met at a gender reassignment clinic. Now they're planning a wedding.
19 The good dog who is bad at sniffing out bombs

The good dog who is bad at sniffing out bombs

US agency posts a series of tweets explaining why a four-legged operative was relieved from duty
20 Gitanjali Rao: Girl of 11 takes US young scientist prize

Gitanjali Rao: Girl of 11 takes US young scientist prize

Inspired by a contamination scandal, the winner invented a device to test water safely and cheaply.
21 The letters Obama sent to college girlfriend

The letters Obama sent to college girlfriend

A series of angst-laden letters from the early 1980s paint a portrait of a young Barack Obama.
22 London Eye lit up to mark Diwali for first time

London Eye lit up to mark Diwali for first time

The landmark was lit up in the colours of Diwali for the first time.
23 Harold the dove sees off strangers in Long Stratton street

Harold the dove sees off strangers in Long Stratton street

The bird has been known to pursue postal workers delivering to houses in Long Stratton, Norfolk.
24 How Harrison inspired children to have healthy lifestyle

How Harrison inspired children to have healthy lifestyle

A 12-year-old boy from the West Midlands has been announced as one of BBC Radio 1's teen heroes.
25 Whale in beach grave to be dug up in Australia

Whale in beach grave to be dug up in Australia

Buried whale to be dug up by Australian authorities over shark fears.
26 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
27 Should Alderney make its wartime camps tourist attractions?

Should Alderney make its wartime camps tourist attractions?

A community is divided over whether World War Two labour camps should be used to promote tourism.
28 10 fines at the dentist... that weren't fine

10 fines at the dentist... that weren't fine

Getting a £100 fine at the dentist is distressing, particularly if it is believed to be in error, say patients.
29 Japan's 'living artwork' invents new fashion style

Japan's 'living artwork' invents new fashion style

Minori reinvented a Japanese street fashion style eight years ago that now has a worldwide following.
30 Mexican comedian brings stand-up to female prisoners

Mexican comedian brings stand-up to female prisoners

How comedy workshops are helping inmates in Mexico's notoriously dangerous jails.
31 When does flirting become sexual harassment?

When does flirting become sexual harassment?

The line between flirtation and harassment is a fine - and often blurred - one.
32 Norway massacre: 'We could hear the gunshots getting closer'

Norway massacre: 'We could hear the gunshots getting closer'

Lisa Marie Husby recalls the day Anders Breivik opened fire as she sat with students attending a summer camp in Norway.
33 'Death Island': Britain's 'concentration camp' in Russia

'Death Island': Britain's 'concentration camp' in Russia

British soldiers opened the first concentration camp in Russia in 1918, during World War One. To locals it was known as "Death Island".
34 Is Jennifer Lawrence's nude line-up common practice?

Is Jennifer Lawrence's nude line-up common practice?

A casting director says Jennifer Lawrence's experience is not representative of the acting industry.
35 Hundreds of families block organ donation

Hundreds of families block organ donation

Legally, consent lies with the deceased, but in practice, relatives' wishes are always respected.
36 Brexit: How are the talks really progressing?

Brexit: How are the talks really progressing?

After five rounds of talks, the two sides are making competing claims about progress. How much has really been made?
37 'He hid in a cupboard - we just couldn't get him to school'

'He hid in a cupboard - we just couldn't get him to school'

When Evelyn and Tony adopted Ryan at the age of seven, his special needs were not immediately apparent.
38 Bletchley Park quiz - Are you a codebreaker?

Bletchley Park quiz - Are you a codebreaker?

As a Bletchley Park book of brainteasers is released, test your knowledge of the home of WW2 codebreakers.
39 Philip Pullman: Rules of writing from man behind His Dark Materials

Philip Pullman: Rules of writing from man behind His Dark Materials

The author gives his tricks of the trade to the BBC ahead of the publication of La Belle Sauvage.
40 Reality Check: Is crime up or down?

Reality Check: Is crime up or down?

Crime statistics are regularly disputed so here's what the numbers mean.
41 Myanmar Rohingya: What you need to know about the crisis

Myanmar Rohingya: What you need to know about the crisis

Who are they, why are they fleeing from Myanmar and what is the international community doing?
42 Universal credit: My five-year-old searched bins for food

Universal credit: My five-year-old searched bins for food

Some people are left near-destitute due to flaws in the benefits system, the Victoria Derbyshire programme is told.
43 Ronnie O'Sullivan lets spectator take final shot in win at English Open

Ronnie O'Sullivan lets spectator take final shot in win at English Open

Ronnie O'Sullivan lets a spectator who evades security take his last shot as he wins in the third round at the English Open.
44 British Cycling's Dr Richard Freeman resigns because of ill health

British Cycling's Dr Richard Freeman resigns because of ill health

The doctor at the heart of an investigation into a 'mystery package' received by Sir Bradley Wiggins in 2011 resigns because of ill health.
45 Rhys Webb 'heartbroken' over Wales policy, but will not renege on Toulon move

Rhys Webb 'heartbroken' over Wales policy, but will not renege on Toulon move

Rhys Webb says he will not change his decision to join Toulon in 2018 - even though it means he will not be eligible to play for Wales.
46 Roma charged by Uefa for fans 'monkey chants' during Chelsea draw

Roma charged by Uefa for fans 'monkey chants' during Chelsea draw

Roma are charged by Uefa over the 'racist behaviour' of some of their fans during the 3-3 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.
47 'This game is never going to end' - Ridiculous ending to Raiders-Chiefs game

'This game is never going to end' - Ridiculous ending to Raiders-Chiefs game

The Oakland Raiders need a touchdown and extra point to beat the Kansas City Chiefs with just 23 seconds left to play, cue 'the game that would never end'.
48 Formula 1: Hamilton focused on his priority to win race amid protests

Formula 1: Hamilton focused on his priority to win race amid protests

Lewis Hamilton admits his priority is to win the US Grand Prix after suggestions that he may 'take the knee' during the American national anthem.
49 Women's Ashes 2017: What happened after England won the World Cup?

Women's Ashes 2017: What happened after England won the World Cup?

As England begin their bid to regain the Women's Ashes, the players reveal what has happened since they won the World Cup.
50 Undercover police hunt sex offenders on Tube

Undercover police hunt sex offenders on Tube

BBC 100 Women go undercover on the Tube with British Transport Police officers catching offenders.
51 The space where women tell stories of abusive relationships

The space where women tell stories of abusive relationships

Thousands of women from France have been speaking out about the abuse they've experienced in their relationships.
52 100 Women: The male movie star campaigning for women's rights

100 Women: The male movie star campaigning for women's rights

Farhan Akhtar is not only massive in the movie world, he's also the founder of a movement to get men to support women's rights.
53 100 Women: Why I chose #MeToo for my sexism experiment

100 Women: Why I chose #MeToo for my sexism experiment

BBC 100 Women contributor Roya Ramezani was painting #MeToo hours before the Weinstein story broke.
54 100 Women: The pink bus designed to protect women from harassment

100 Women: The pink bus designed to protect women from harassment

Authorities in one city in Turkey have put pink women-only buses in service, designed to protect female passengers from harassment.