Poland election: The fight for LGBT rights

BBC News - 3 hours 50 sec ago
President Andrzej Duda, who is accused of running on an anti-LGBT platform, is seeking re-election on Sunday.

Nurse and midwife numbers jump by record amount

BBC News - 3 hours 9 min ago
There are 18,000 more registered than a year ago, but some fear the pandemic could hit recruitment.

Public spending on coronavirus soars to £190bn

BBC News - 3 hours 11 min ago
PPE costs and support for the economy add to the rising bill for fighting the pandemic.

Care homes face staffing 'black hole' with new immigration bill

BBC News - 3 hours 17 min ago
Health and social care leaders warn the prime minister about the impact of the new immigration bill.

The papers: 'Meal deal chancellor' and £30bn rescue plan

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 11:34pm
Rishi Sunak's coronavirus recovery plan is greeted with praise and concern on the front pages.

Burger King boss warns of UK job cuts

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 11:13pm
The UK boss of the fast food giant said the chain could cut between 5% and 10% of its staff.

US surpasses three million coronavirus cases

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 11:02pm
Despite surges in new infections, the White House wants to press forward with school reopenings.

Thursday's football gossip: Godfrey worth £50m, Norwich tell Dortmund

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 11:00pm
Norwich want £50m for Dortmund target, Havertz tells Chelsea he wants to join, Ajax join the race for Hojbjerg, plus more.

Brighton 1-3 Liverpool: Premier League champions win again as Mohamed Salah scores two

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 10:43pm
Liverpool continue their relentless pursuit of a Premier League points record with victory over Brighton at The Amex Stadium.

Comedy clubs get serious with plea for emergency arts funding

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 10:01pm
Clubs call for government help after a survey suggests they face closure without financial support.

Sir Mark Sedwill: UK's top civil servant to receive £250,000 pay out

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 9:28pm
Boris Johnson agreed the compensation for Sir Mark Sedwill, ahead of his exit in September.

West Dulwich murder probe after man stabbed to death

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 9:20pm
A man, thought to be 18 years old, has died after he was found with stab injuries in south London.

'English football disrespected' - EFL chairman Parry on Wigan crisis

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 8:40pm
Wigan's plight shows English football has been "disrespected", says EFL chairman Rick Parry in a Q&A with BBC sports editor Dan Roan.

Tutankhamun’s last tour: Behind the mask

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 8:35pm
Why the global exhibition of one of Egypt’s greatest icons may actually be illegal.

England v West Indies highlights: England battle on rain-affected first day

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 8:20pm
Watch highlights from a rain-affected first day of the first Test between England and the West Indies at the Ageas Rose Bowl.

Late Egan winner boosts Sheff Utd's European hopes

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 8:03pm
John Egan scores with a dramatic 93rd-minute header to give Europe-chasing Sheffield United victory over Wolves at Bramall Lane.

Ruthless Man City put five past Newcastle

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 8:02pm
Manchester City return to winning ways in the Premier League by thrashing hapless Newcastle at Etihad Stadium.

Face masks, temperature checks and a Chinese takeaway - inside the bio-bubble

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 7:49pm
With countless safety measures and no fans in the ground, cricket's return was anything but familiar. The rain certainly was.

Ivory Coast PM Amadou Gon Coulibaly dies after cabinet meeting

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 7:45pm
Amadou Gon Coulibaly was a favourite to succeed Alassane Ouattara as president in October's elections.

Alexander Vindman, witness 'bullied by Trump', quits US military

BBC News - 8 July 2020 - 6:51pm
Alexander Vindman testified against the president ahead of his impeachment trial.


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