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Hauliers and poultry workers to get temporary visas


Some 10,500 foreign lorry drivers and poultry workers will be able to work in the UK until Christmas Eve.

Sep 26, 2021

Anthony Joshua loses world titles to Oleksandr Usyk


Oleksandr Usyk is the new unified heavyweight world champion after dethroning Anthony Joshua with an incredible performance in London.

Sep 26, 2021

Labour conference: Tax private schools to help poorer children, says Starmer


Labour will end the charitable status of private schools in England, saying it will raise £1.7bn.

Sep 26, 2021

TV channels go off air after fire alarm


Channel 4 and Channel 5 were among those affected following a fire alarm at a London broadcast centre.

Sep 26, 2021

German elections: Voters decide who will take charge after Merkel


The election race could barely be tighter as voters decide who will run Europe's biggest economy.

Sep 26, 2021

Global Citizen Live: Billie Eilish and Ed Sheeran feature in 24-hour concert


The Global Citizen: Live festival will see performances from more than 60 artists in six continents.

Sep 26, 2021

Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou freed by Canada arrives home in China


Two Canadians detained by China are also freed, bringing to an end a three-year diplomatic row.

Sep 26, 2021

Labour conference: New rights for workers to boost fairness, Rayner vows


New rights for workers in first 100 days of Labour taking power, the party's deputy leader promises.

Sep 26, 2021

Sabina Nessa: Book of condolence opened for killed teacher


It is set up near to where the teacher was found dead as police continue to hunt a man seen on CCTV.

Sep 26, 2021

Germany elections: Merkel backs 'bridge-builder' Laschet as successor


The outgoing leader strongly endorses her party's candidate Armin Laschet in an unusually tight race.

Sep 26, 2021

Afghanistan: Taliban hang bodies as warning in city of Herat


Bodies of alleged kidnappers are hung in public, a day after a warning executions would resume.

Sep 26, 2021

Canary Islands: Airport closed as volcano intensifies


Hundreds of homes have been destroyed on the Spanish island since the eruption began.

Sep 26, 2021

Taxi gardens and Egypt's pharaohs on a pencil - stories you may have missed


Abandoned taxis being used to grow vegetables and other stories you may have missed this week.

Sep 26, 2021

Labour conference: People assume Sir Keir Starmer is a posh bloke - top aide


Don't be fooled by the Labour leader's knighthood, his adviser tells an audience of Love Island fans.

Sep 26, 2021

Afghanistan: Inside the prison staffed by former inmates released by the Taliban


The BBC's Jeremy Bowen goes inside Kabul's main jail, where former Taliban inmates are now caretakers.

Sep 26, 2021

Can anyone Phil McCann up with petrol?


The BBC's Phil McCann reports from a petrol station that has run out of fuel in Stockport.

Sep 26, 2021

University students looking forward to full campus experience


There is a buzz on the University of East Anglia campus as face-to-face teaching resumes.

Sep 26, 2021

Birmingham Pride: Thousands enjoy colourful parade through city centre


Thousands of people enjoy the colourful procession through the city centre's streets.

Sep 26, 2021

Climate change: Whisper it cautiously... there's been progress in run up to COP26


Pledges made at the UN have lifted hopes for the Glasgow summit, but some major questions remain.

Sep 26, 2021

Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?


Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

Sep 26, 2021

La Palma volcano: Visual guide to what happened


A series of maps and charts explaining what happened after an eruption in the Spanish Canary Islands.

Sep 26, 2021

What's going on with Labour's row?


Iain Watson looks at the complex situation facing Sir Keir Starmer and his opponents.

Sep 26, 2021

200-year-old palm comes down in Edinburgh Botanics renovations


The 60ft tree is too big to be moved from a hot house in renovations at Edinburgh's Botanic Gardens.

Sep 26, 2021

Sustainable fashion: From the red carpet to our wardrobes?


Hannah Peel wore a sustainable dress to the Mercury Awards - but is the fashion industry changing?

Sep 26, 2021

Meng Wanzhou: The PowerPoint that sparked an international row


After three years, Huawei's chief financial officer has a US extradition request against her dropped.

Sep 26, 2021

Can green energy power Africa's future?


Energy access is a big issue for businesses in Africa, but can the continent go green as well?

Sep 26, 2021

Labour: Has Sir Keir Starmer stood by his pledges?


As Sir Keir prepares for his first in-person conference as leader, we look at the promises he has made.

Sep 26, 2021

Sabina Nessa killing: Does following the 'rules' keep women safe?


Safety tips for women continue to suggest murderers have an excuse for killing.

Sep 26, 2021

'It's what we dream for' - brilliant Bees hold Liverpool and spoil Salah's big moment


It was described as a "wild ride" and a "crazy game" as Brentford defied the odds to come from behind to draw with Liverpool.

Sep 26, 2021

Chelsea 0-1 Man City: Pep Guardiola's men have sent out powerful message to Premier League rivals


After Manchester City ended Chelsea's unbeaten start to the season, BBC Sport's Phil McNulty looks at the significance of the victory.

Sep 26, 2021

Ryder Cup: Lowry, Johnson & Garcia feature in best shots from day two


Shane Lowry, Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia all feature in the best shots of the foursomes and fourballs on the second day of the Ryder Cup.

Sep 26, 2021

Britain's Okolie retains WBO cruiserweight title with third-round knockout


Britain's Lawrence Okolie retains his world cruiserweight title with a comfortable third-round knockout of Dilan Prasovic.

Sep 26, 2021

Southern Vipers win with two balls to spare to retain Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy


Southern Vipers win the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy for the second successive year beating Northern Diamonds.

Sep 26, 2021

What can I do if my energy supplier goes bust?


Nearly 1.5 million customers have seen their energy firm collapse amid soaring gas prices.

Sep 26, 2021

Gas prices: Why are they so high and what is the energy price cap?


Householders face a rise in energy bills - as well as the possibility their supplier could go bust.

Sep 26, 2021

Where does the UK get its gas and is it facing a shortage this winter?


A surge in gas prices has prompted fears of hard times ahead - but how bad could it get?

Sep 26, 2021

Heat pumps: What are the alternatives to gas boilers?


No new gas boilers should be sold from 2025 according to the the International Energy Agency.

Sep 26, 2021

Why is there a CO2 shortage and how will it hit food supplies?


The UK's food industry has been told it must pay five times more for carbon dioxide in future.

Sep 26, 2021

Covid: People are vaccinated - so why are there so many cases?


More than four out of five UK adults are now fully vaccinated, but daily case rates remain high.

Sep 26, 2021

Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?


People in England could be told to work from home once again through the autumn and winter.

Sep 26, 2021

Covid passports: How do I get one and when will I need it?


People in Scotland will need to be fully vaccinated to go to clubs, sporting events and concerts.

Sep 26, 2021

Covid rules: What's in England's 'Winter Plan'?


Lockdown rules have changed across the UK, but some restrictions remain in place.

Sep 26, 2021

CEO Secrets: 'In my business, you eat what you kill'


Music executive Riki Bleau shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.

Sep 26, 2021

'How we re-delivered a baby's postcard - 75 years on'


After an illness, Stu began reuniting old postcards with their owners - and revived some buried memories.

Sep 26, 2021

Ryder Cup: Tales behind Great Britain's wins over the United States


Britain only defeated the US three times in the first 25 Ryder Cups, but behind each victory is a wealth of remarkable stories.

Sep 26, 2021

The torso in the Thames: A 20-year mystery


Twenty years ago, a young African boy was murdered and his torso was dumped in the Thames. It's the longest unsolved child murder case in the recent history of the Metropolitan Police.

Sep 26, 2021

Paul Rusesabagina: From Hotel Rwanda hero to convicted terrorist


Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed in Hotel Rwanda, has gone from national hero to enemy of the state.

Sep 26, 2021

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