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EU's negotiator says UK plan for a future trade relationship runs risk of weakening single market.
Mr Trump reportedly discusses paying hush money to cover up an alleged affair with Karen McDougal.
Seventeen people were killed when an amphibious "duck boat" carrying tourists sank in stormy weather.
Israel's military kill four in a wave of attacks, as it suffers its first fatality in renewed clashes.
MPs say smart meters will not deliver expected savings, while the roll-out programme will fail to meet its deadline
Four-week-old Eliza O'Neill was in the back seat of a car taken by thieves in Birmingham.
Novichok victim Charlie Rowley has been discharged from hospital after being poisoned on 30 June.
A build-up of high pressure has led to drier conditions than in previous UK scorchers in 1976 and 2013.
text Custody for 'Columbine' plot schoolboys
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 17:08:52 GMT
Thomas Wyllie and Alex Bolland "hero-worshipped" the Columbine shooters and had a hit-list of targets.
The government wants to increase the amount of time under-18s can be used undercover.
Ayub Ali was killed in his convenience store in North Lauderdale, Florida, after being robbed.
text Holidaymakers hit as pound falls
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 12:07:14 GMT
Britons heading abroad are seeing the poorest exchange rates for nine months.
text 'Love Island is like a posh prison'
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 04:52:34 GMT
Former contestant Zara Holland talks about being on the show and how the experience impacted her health.
The artwork prominently features diver Saman Gunan, who died taking part in the rescue operation.
text The rat killers on patrol in New York City
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 18:30:46 GMT
New York is the second most rat-infested US city and one group has taken matters into its own hands.
DJ Annie Mac announces the line-up, which also includes Denis Sulta, Patrick Topping and CamelPhat.
A barber from Belfast has travelled to a care home in Liverpool to offer haircuts to people with dementia.
People across the UK share the best butterflies they have spotted in gardens, meadows and nature reserves.
Migrating geese race to warmer Arctic but are too worn out to lay their eggs early when they get there.
text Pimped-up and ready to go
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 00:04:22 GMT
Meet the style-conscious people who redesign their prosthetic limbs and wheelchairs.
Model Darcie Russell went to Turkey for a "Brazilian butt lift" but it left her with blood poisoning.
Denzel Washington returns for the sequel of the 80s reboot.
text What is the sex 'superbug' STD MGen?
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 11:01:56 GMT
What do you need to know about mycoplasma genitalium, the emerging sexually transmitted "superbug"?
text BBC News Channel
Mon, 09 Jul 2018 00:51:39 GMT
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Both the UK and EU are becoming increasingly vocal about the need to prepare for no Brexit deal.
New images shine light on the so-called 'loneliest man in the world', who lives in the Amazon.
Kate Osborne vanished in Bali in 2003 - but no trace of what happened to her has ever been found.
Adrian Cronauer was a US air force sergeant and radio presenter, depicted (loosely) by the late Robin Williams.
From 12, Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett helped look after her severely autistic brother. She says it was the defining experience of her life.
text 9 stars who turned down great film roles
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 10:25:24 GMT
Emma Watson, Will Smith and seven other actors who passed on now-iconic movie roles.
text How the World Cup boosted 'Englishness'
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 00:06:35 GMT
The England football team's success appears to have made more people proud to be English.
A growing taste for al fresco dining is driving record charcoal sales in the UK but is it also fuelling global deforestation and climate change?
England's Tommy Fleetwood is a shot off the lead at The Open with Rory McIlroy a shot behind him after strong second rounds.
Everton are close to signing Watford's Brazilian forward Richarlison in a deal that could eventually be worth £50m.
World champion Peter Sagan sprints to victory in the 13th stage of the Tour de France as Geraint Thomas retains the leader's yellow jersey.
Jordan Spieth produces a "little bit of genius" to chip in for a birdie from behind the third green on the second day of the Open Championship at Carnoustie.
Max Verstappen is the surprise pacesetter ahead of the two Mercedes in second practice at the German Grand Prix.
England women are knocked out of the main competition at the Rugby World Cup Sevens, losing 19-14 to Ireland in San Francisco.
Jermaine McGillvary scores a hat-trick as Huddersfield Giants battle back from 12-0 down to stun Castleford.
The full, untold story of Now That's What I Call Music - by the people who made it.
It's a remarkable story of friendship and human endurance - and it all began with a birthday party.