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  1. Theresa May condemns Tony Blair's new Brexit vote call

    The PM accuses her predecessor of "undermining" talks with the EU and "insulting the office he once held".
  2. Katowice: COP24 Climate change deal to bring pact to life

    Nearly 200 nations agree rules on implementing 2015 Paris agreement at UN climate talks in Poland.
  3. Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton win Strictly Come Dancing 2018

    Ashley, Faye, Joe and Stacey vied for viewers' votes in the finale of the 16th series of the show.
  4. Severn bridges: Final day of at least 800 years of tolls

    The first written reference of a toll to cross the Severn Estuary was in a 12th Century document.
  5. Buncefield fire: 'Idiotic' teens capture fuel depot blaze on film

    Amateur film of the 2005 Buncefield fire is released by a man who captured the flames as a teenager.
  6. Storm Deirdre: Wind, snow and rain hit parts of UK

    There are warnings of ice after Storm Deirdre brought freezing rain and high winds to the country.
  7. New £50 bank note 'must recognise ethnic minorities'

    Stars and politicians are campaigning for a non-white scientist to feature on the new £50 note.
  8. Baby trafficking: 'They stole my son from me'

    In Spain, hundreds of mothers are looking for a son or a daughter. They believe their child was stolen at birth and then given away or sold.
  9. MPs want halt to smart motorway rollout over safety concerns

    The group backed campaigners who say having no hard shoulder puts motorists and recovery workers at risk.
  10. Man accused of Jay Sewell murder, in Eltham, London

    Jay Sewell, 18, became the 130th homicide victim in London when he died last Tuesday.
  11. Anti-radicalisation chief: Wales 'far right hunting ground'

    Young, poor, vulnerable people are being recruited by the far right, says Tony Hendrickson.
  12. 'Canelo' Alvarez v Rocky Fielding: Mexican eases to win at Madison Square Garden

    Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez claims a world title in a third weight division as he knocks Rocky Fielding down four times in three rounds.
  13. The Papers: 'PM's team plots new referendum'

    Sunday's front pages have a variety of stories from Brexit to the Strictly winner.
  14. Brexit Basics: The single market explained

    Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.
  15. Why do people love dachshunds?

    The number of dachshunds registered with The Kennel Club in the UK has increased by 80% in five years.
  16. Your pictures on the theme of 'opposites'

    Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "opposites".
  17. BBC Sports Personality of the Year: How do you win the main award?

    There have been 60 different winners of Sports Personality of the Year, but what makes the ideal candidate? BBC Sport crunched the numbers.
  18. How a South African shepherd found a dinosaur graveyard

    Dumangwe Thyobeka made a huge fossil find as he was tending to his family cemetery in rural South Africa.
  19. Pigs-in-blankets turned into ice cream at Hitchin parlour

    The festive flavour has been created at an ice cream parlour in Hertfordshire.
  20. LGBTQ Christmas charity sends cards to the lonely

    We all like getting Christmas post, but what if you didn't have anyone to send you so much as a card?
  21. Anglesey school plea not to buy staff Christmas gifts

    Buying teachers at Rhosybol community school a festive treat will not get you on Santa's nice list.
  22. Week in pictures: 8 - 14 December 2018

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  23. BBC News Channel

    BBC coverage of latest developments
  24. Could student loans ruling mean the system is redesigned?

    The ONS is about to announce how it will treat student loans in the national accounts. Will it lead to changes in student finance?
  25. How a country suddenly went ‘crazy rich’

    Indonesia, the nation with the world's largest Muslim population, has a rapidly growing middle class - and some very rich people with money to burn.
  26. Robyn: 'I didn't want to be a role model'

    The Swedish pop star on her return to music, defying expectations and the healing power of dancing.
  27. How the global trade in tear gas is booming

    In the last decade, there has been a rising use of tear gas by security forces around the world.
  28. Russia-Ukraine sea clash leaves Mariupol port deserted

    A vast trading port in Ukraine lies mostly empty, after a sea-clash when Russia seized three boats.
  29. What can New Zealand teach us about Brexit?

    What lessons can the we learn from the economic ructions suffered by New Zealand in 1973 when the UK joined the EEC?
  30. Do autistic people 'get' jokes?

    A new BBC podcast, 1800 Seconds on Autism, aims to dispel that no-humour myth, among other assumptions, with razor-sharp wit.
  31. Klopp wants Liverpool to be 'angry' against Man Utd

    Jurgen Klopp wants his Liverpool side to be "angry" when they host long-time rivals Manchester United on Sunday.
  32. All you need to know about Sports Personality 2018

    When is Sports Personality of the Year on? How can I watch it? Where can I vote? Find out here.
  33. Brilliant Taylor outclasses Wahlstrom to defend world titles

    Ireland's Katie Taylor wins every round to inflict a first career defeat on Eva Wahlstrom and defend her world titles at Madison Square Garden in New York.
  34. Black footballers find it 'almost impossible' to speak out over racism - Gullit

    Black footballers find it "almost impossible" to speak out over racism because they are cast in a "victim role" when they discuss it, says former Chelsea manager Ruud Gullit.
  35. Mrs Wilson: Still searching for the real Alexander Wilson

    As the BBC drama Mrs Wilson ends, Alexander Wilson's family don't know what to believe, his grandson writes.
  36. 'I was aged 24, and dead for five minutes'

    More than 80,000 young people in the UK could be living with undiagnosed heart conditions.
  37. Cornwall cliff collapse caught on camera

    A woman out walking captured part of a cliff falling on to rocks below near Bude.
  38. Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan on Queen Elizabeth film

    Margot Robbie has revealed that she felt she wasn't the right actress for the role of Queen Elizabeth I.
  39. Marmite sprouts? Why retailers are pushing the boundaries with festive food

    From pigs-in-blankets tea to Christmas tree crisps, retailers are pushing the boundaries with festive food.
  40. Why women have less power than you think

    Things are not always as they seem when women appear to have the upper hand.
  41. Dustin Lance Black: 'Our son should know his egg donor'

    Dustin Lance Black, screenwriter and husband to Tom Daley, says his views of surrogacy have changed.
  42. Triple child murders: The lodger who destroyed a family

    David McGreavy murdered and mutilated three young children 45 years ago, a crime that remains as shocking as it was inexplicable.