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  1. Shamima Begum loses bid to regain UK citizenship

    She took her case to the Court of Appeal after losing a challenge to return to the UK last year.
  2. Many missing as deadly fire in Valencia devastates apartment block

    At least four people are dead and up to 15 missing after fire razed an apartment complex in the Spanish city.
  3. Coronation Street actor John Savident dies aged 86

    The star played Fred Elliott, a character best known for his booming voice, in the ITV soap.
  4. American company makes historic Moon landing

    Intuitive Machines completes the first ever lunar touchdown by a privately built spacecraft.
  5. Typical energy bill to fall £238 a year from April

    Bills will fall to the lowest for two years under the new price cap, but charities warn costs are still high.
  6. WW2 bomb found in Plymouth to be taken out to sea

    Thousands of people have been displaced after the device was found in Plymouth, the city council says.
  7. Mansplaining TikTok reaction 'crazy', says golf pro

    Georgia Ball's video of a man offering unsolicited advice has been watched more than 10 million times.
  8. Masterful Root hundred rallies England in Ranchi

    Joe Root returns to form when England need him most with a masterful century on the first day of the fourth Test against India in Ranchi.
  9. Biden announces more than 500 Russian sanctions

    The new sanctions are related to Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the death of Alexei Navalny.
  10. Political violence adviser urges new police powers

    The former MP behind a government review says politicians need more protection from intimidation.
  11. Witnesses recount horror of Valencia tower block fire

    Firefighters In the Spanish city rescued some of those trapped, but were unable to save others.
  12. V&A museum to recruit Taylor Swift super fan

    The London institution seeks a Swiftie to advise it about handmade signs and friendship bracelets.
  13. Fossil reveals 240 million year-old 'dragon'

    A remarkably complete fossil of a bizarre Triassic reptile in unprecedented detail has been found.
  14. The 'mind-bending' bionic arm powered by AI

    BBC Click reporter Paul Carter tries out a high-tech prosthetic promising a 'full range of human motion'.
  15. Weekly quiz: What word did Emma Stone have trouble saying?

    How closely have you been paying attention to what has been going on over the past seven days?
  16. Frontline medics count cost of two years of Ukraine war

    Like most Ukrainian soldiers, Maj Oleh Kravchenko was not prepared for the brutality of Russia's invasion.
  17. The young Bollywood star taking on Hollywood

    Actress Alia Bhatt, adored by fans in India, is making her mark around the world.
  18. Finding the last survivors of the Bengal famine

    Three million died in the 1943 Bengal famine - one man is collecting the remaining survivors' tales.
  19. Why are American XL bullies being banned?

    Scotland is following England and Wales in restricting ownership of the dogs.
  20. Gaza vote chaos highlights pressure on MPs

    Freedom of speech jostles with safety concerns as MPs weigh up the complexities of the Israel-Gaza conflict.
  21. Witnesses recount horror of Valencia tower block fire

    Firefighters In the Spanish city rescued some of those trapped, but were unable to save others.
  22. Rust movie shooting: Moments from armourer trial

    Armourer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed is on trial after the film's cinematographer was killed on set.
  23. US teen punished for hairstyle at school speaks out

    Darryl George has been in in-school isolation for the length of his locs hairstyle since August.
  24. Dozens of cars pile up after icy Chinese highway crash

    At least nine people were injured in the incident, which Chinese state media said involved over 100 cars.
  25. Bumblebee spotters asked to help Royal Parks

    Warming conditions are forcing queen bees to emerge from hibernation earlier than usual, experts say.
  26. Humpback whales sighting draws crowds to Falmouth

    Three of the marine mammals were seen off Pendennis Point on Thursday afternoon.
  27. Germany set to legalise cannabis, but it's complex

    If MPs vote yes, possession will be legal, but strict regulations will make it difficult to buy.
  28. Rust movie shooting: Moments from armourer trial

    Armourer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed is on trial after the film's cinematographer was killed on set.
  29. Leisure firm told scanning staff faces is illegal

    The data watchdog orders Serco Leisure to stop using facial recognition technology on its employees.
  30. Miss Moneypenny actress Pamela Salem dies aged 80

    Salem is best known for her role as James Bond's secretary Miss Moneypenny in Never Say Never Again.
  31. Couple appeal for help getting baby out of warzone

    A Northern Ireland family appeal for urgent help to get their surrogate baby out of Ukraine.
  32. Israel threatens to withdraw from Eurovision

    Israel's song is alleged to have references to last year's Hamas attacks, breaking neutrality rules.
  33. Coronation Street actor John Savident dies aged 86

    The star played Fred Elliott, a character best known for his booming voice, in the ITV soap.
  34. Shamima Begum loses bid to regain UK citizenship

    She took her case to the Court of Appeal after losing a challenge to return to the UK last year.
  35. Miss Moneypenny actress Pamela Salem dies aged 80

    Salem is best known for her role as James Bond's secretary Miss Moneypenny in Never Say Never Again.
  36. Israel threatens to withdraw from Eurovision

    Israel's song is alleged to have references to last year's Hamas attacks, breaking neutrality rules.
  37. Fossil reveals 240 million year-old 'dragon'

    A remarkably complete fossil of a bizarre Triassic reptile in unprecedented detail has been found.
  38. Biden meets Alexei Navalny's widow and daughter

    The private meeting came as the US prepared to announced a new raft of sanctions against Russia.
  39. Typical energy bill to fall £238 a year from April

    Bills will fall to the lowest for two years under the new price cap, but charities warn costs are still high.
  40. The 'mind-bending' bionic arm powered by AI

    BBC Click reporter Paul Carter tries out a high-tech prosthetic promising a 'full range of human motion'.
  41. Masterful Root hundred rallies England in Ranchi

    Joe Root returns to form when England need him most with a masterful century on the first day of the fourth Test against India in Ranchi.
  42. V&A museum to recruit Taylor Swift super fan

    The London institution seeks a Swiftie to advise it about handmade signs and friendship bracelets.
  43. While energy cap has fallen, standing charges are going up

    Ofgem has announced a new price cap that will see bills fall from April.
  44. How can I make extra income?

    Some people have been earning thousands selling clothes and other items since they were in school.
  45. How much are prices rising for you? Try our calculator

    Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.
  46. What are UK interest rates and when will they fall?

    Bank of England interest rates affect the mortgage, loan and savings rates for millions of people.
  47. What is council tax and how much is it going up?

    Millions of households are expected to see their council tax bills rise in April.
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    More than 60 MPs say they have no confidence in the Speaker of the House of Commons
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  51. WW2 bomb found in Plymouth to be taken out to sea

    Thousands of people have been displaced after the device was found in Plymouth, the city council says.
  52. Couple appeal for help getting baby out of warzone

    A Northern Ireland family appeal for urgent help to get their surrogate baby out of Ukraine.
  53. Jury in Emma Caldwell murder trial considers verdicts

    Iain Packer denies killing the 27-year-old as well as more than 30 other charges against multiple women.
  54. Tourist paralysed after Thailand motorbike crash

    Lee Francis says the crash that has paralysed him from the waist down has "broken his heart".
  55. Masterful Root hundred rallies England in Ranchi

    Joe Root returns to form when England need him most with a masterful century on the first day of the fourth Test against India in Ranchi.
  56. F1 testing: Verstappen and Leclerc among drivers for afternoon session

    Follow live text commentary of the final day of pre-season testing at the Bahrain International Circuit.
  57. Liverpool draw Sparta, Brighton get Roma & Villa v Ajax

    Liverpool will play Sparta Prague in the Europa League last 16, while Brighton face Roma and Rangers will take on Benfica.
  58. Traitors Paul & Harry choose EFL Cup final combined XI

    Traitors Harry Clark and Paul Gorton are reunited for the first time since the series ended, charged with choosing a combined EFL Cup final XI - but who will they recruit?
  59. Klopp successor? The data's surprise number one...

    As Jurgen Klopp bids to win his first trophy of the season, a leading football manager analytics company looks at who the stats say should replace him as boss.
  60. Cas dismisses Russia's appeal against IOC ban

    The Court of Arbitration for Sport dismisses Russia's appeal against the International Olympic Committee's decision to suspend its membership.