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  1. Partygate: I misled MPs but not intentionally, says Boris Johnson

    The ex-PM says his Partygate denials were made in good faith, ahead of a grilling from MPs on Wednesday.

  2. Olivia Pratt-Korbel murder-accused was 'high-level' drug dealer

    Thomas Cashman tells a jury he was making between £3,000 and £5,000 a week selling cannabis.

  3. Ban lifted on Israelis' return to evacuated West Bank settlements

    Lawmakers vote to allow Israelis back into four West Bank settlements that were evacuated in 2005.

  4. Birmingham: Arrest after man set alight near mosque

    A man is held on suspicion of attempted murder and counter terrorism police are investigating.

  5. Just Eat: Takeaway firm to cut 1,900 jobs in UK

    The delivery giant is restructuring its business after a slowdown in takeaway sales.

  6. Bard: Google's rival to ChatGPT launches for over-18s

    The tech giant is rolling out its new AI chatbot, called Bard, to users in the US and UK first.

  7. Casey Report: Met rotten to core, says Stephen Lawrence's mother

    Baroness Lawrence said the force is still failing 30 years after being dubbed "institutionally racist".

  8. Gwyneth Paltrow expected to appear in court over ski crash case

    The Oscar-winning actress is being sued over allegations she injured a man in a skiing accident.

  9. Brexit-backing Tory MPs spilt on Rishi Sunak's Northern Ireland deal

    Brexiteer Tories say the Stormont Brake is "practically useless" but decline to say how they will vote.

  10. New Jersey Fountain of Life Center church engulfed in flames

    A senior pastor at the Fountain of Life Center says it is a devastating loss for his community.

  11. Tesco to cut the value of Clubcard rewards scheme

    The supermarket says vouchers will be worth a third less from 14 June.

  12. Bad Bunny sued for $40m by ex-girlfriend over 'Bad Bunny baby' recording

    The woman says the Puerto Rican pop superstar used a recording of her in songs without permission.

  13. Man walking home from Birmingham mosque set on fire

    West Midlands Police says the man has suffered serious facial injuries in the attack in Edgbaston.

  14. Energy bill help drives UK borrowing to February record

    The government borrowed its highest amount of any February to fund support for energy bills.

  15. Cost of living: Animal shelter sees rise in cats given up

    Volunteers are now being sought to help them socialise by cuddling and stroking them.

  16. Somerset woman sells house after 102 years living there

    Nancy 'Joan' Gifford moved into the three-bedroom house in 1921 when she was two.

  17. Warnings against 'reckless' weight loss surgery abroad

    Seven British patients died after weight loss surgery operations in Turkey - the BBC has found.

  18. US urges Xi to press Putin over 'war crimes' in Ukraine

    The Chinese and Russian leaders meet again on Tuesday during Xi Jinping's visit to Moscow.

  19. West Lane Hospital: Mental health care 'chaotic and unsafe'

    Patients said self-harm was "facilitated" and they did not feel confident they were safe, a report finds.

  20. US police forces on alert ahead of possible Trump arrest

    Police in New York, Washington DC and Los Angeles are expected to mobilise in case of potential unrest.

  21. Rishi Sunak: Pension tax breaks will cut NHS waiting lists, says PM

    The prime minister says pensions changes will keep doctors in work, amid criticism they are unfair.

  22. Chris Mason: Boris Johnson's political future and reputation on trial

    Boris Johnson will face MPs questions this week about whether he misled parliament over partygate.

  23. Julian Lloyd Webber takes aim at 'lamentable' BBC music cuts

    The musician says plans to axe its chamber choir and reduce orchestra numbers have "rebounded badly".

  24. Lung disease: 'For asthma to take her life was just unbelievable'

    New research shows stark North-South divide in hospital admissions for lung disease across the UK.

  25. Ruth Perry: Family blame death on pressure of school inspection

    Head teacher Ruth Perry took her own life while waiting for the publication of an Ofsted report.

  26. Met Police report: Rape cases ruined, officer's beard cut.... five findings from Casey review

    A damning report lists stark examples of failings including racism, sexism and homophobia in the Met Police.

  27. Met Police: Women and children failed by 'boys' club', review finds.

    The Met is institutionally racist, misogynist and homophobic, Baroness Casey's damning report finds.

  28. Ukraine says Russian missiles destroyed in Crimea

    The attack by Ukraine's forces struck the weapons being transported through the Dzhankoi area on Monday night.

  29. £100m boost for biggest UK hydro scheme in decades

    The SSE project in the Highlands would double the UK's ability to store energy for long periods.

  30. Aleksandar Mitrovic: Fulham striker charged with violent and improper conduct after red card

    Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic is charged with violent and improper conduct after his red at Manchester United, but the Football Association says the standard punishment is “clearly insufficient”.

  31. Watch: The 'dear' friendship of Putin and Xi... in 62 seconds

    As Putin welcomes Xi to Moscow, the BBC examines the relationship between the two world leaders.

  32. Danish far-right leader banned from UK over threat to burn Quran in Wakefield

    Rasmus Paludan had said he planned to burn the Islamic text in Wakefield.

  33. Jeffrey Epstein banks to face sex trafficking case

    A US court says the banks must face claims they enabled the deceased financier's sex trafficking.

  34. EU gives Ukraine €2bn of ammunition after shell plea

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba hailed the "game-changing decision" from the EU.

  35. Spotify: Bollywood songs removed from music app

    Users have been left without their favourite songs from Indian film's most popular soundtracks.

  36. Strike averted as Royal College of Nursing members accept pay offer

    The Royal College of Nursing says its members voted to accept the deal by a narrow majority.

  37. Putin to Xi: We will discuss your plan to end the war in Ukraine

    China's leader, whose Ukraine plan has been criticised in the West, gets a warm welcome in Moscow.

  38. XXXTentacion: Three men found guilty of murdering rapper in 2018

    The rapper, 20, real name Jahseh Onfroy, was shot and killed during a Florida robbery in 2018.

  39. Sri Lanka: $2.9bn IMF bailout for struggling economy

    The deal is a lifeline for the country which is facing its worst economic crisis in over 70 years.

  40. Hampshire shark: Appeal for head to be returned

    The BBC's Duncan Kennedy visits Hampshire to find out why scientists are appealing for help.

  41. Caversham Primary: Ofsted urged to pause inspections after teacher death

    Head teacher Ruth Perry took her own life while waiting for the publication of an Ofsted report.

  42. Newborn puppies saved from being dumped in carrier bag

    A man is arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after the six puppies were found in a bag.

  43. Amazon to cut another 9,000 jobs

    The online retail giant said the positions would be closed "in the next few weeks".

  44. Boris Johnson submits evidence before Partygate grilling

    A committee of MPs is investigating whether the former PM misled Parliament over Covid rule-breaking parties.

  45. UK banking system remains safe, says Rishi Sunak

    Shares in European banks are volatile after Credit Suisse's emergency rescue fuels fears of a wider crisis.

  46. Rupert Murdoch set to marry for fifth time at 92

    The billionaire media tycoon announces his engagement to former police chaplain, Ann Lesley Smith.

  47. Somalia drought may have killed 43,000 last year - UN

    Half of the deaths are thought to be in children, and many thousands more will die, a report says.

  48. BBC advises staff to delete TikTok from work phones

    The corporation is taking the decision over privacy and security concerns about the popular app.

  49. RMT members at Network Rail vote to accept pay deal

    Rail workers have voted on a revised pay offer, ending walkouts for some RMT strikers.

  50. Brexit: DUP will vote against government plans

    The party's leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson says he will continue to work with the government to address "outstanding issues".