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The BBC Nolan Investigates podcast says the charity's work raises questions of impartiality.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl is charged by the Football Association after his comments about video assistant referee Mike Dean following his side's defeat at Chelsea.
The government is to allow butchers into the UK on temporary visas after warnings of mass culls.
Deontay Wilder says he proved he is a "true warrior and a true king" and congratulates Tyson Fury after retaining his WBC crown.
During the ceremony, the Queen said she commended Wales' spirit during the pandemic.
The prestigious Riba Stirling Prize for architecture is won by a Kingston University London complex.
Steve Bannon could face around one year in prison for not attending Capitol riot hearing.
Sir Gerry Robinson presented the series Can Gerry Robinson Fix The NHS? for the BBC in 2007.
The artwork, which self-shredded when sold in 2018, fetched more than double its guide price.
Commissioner Philip Allott quits his role following a two-week storm of sustained criticism.
At least six die as protesters come under fire, sending people fleeing for cover in the street.
The build-up to the new NBA season has been dominated by the debate over whether players should be vaccinated against coronavirus.
Home Secretary Priti Patel is reportedly planning to exempt staff from prosecution if migrants die.
The health secretary and Labour leader disagree about what's happening to GP numbers.
BBC Sport's Nesta McGregor is joined by three generations of professional footballers - Arsenal legend Ian Wright, his son Shaun and grandson D'Margio Wright-Phillips.
The County Championship will revert to a two-division structure again from 2022, after a vote involving the 18 first-class counties.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday evening.
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
PC Chris Dwyer's actions harmed West Yorkshire Police's reputation, a misconduct trial finds.
Five people have been killed in the town of Kongsberg in the country's deadliest attack in years.