» Tories mull rule change to challenge Theresa May
24/04/19 03:46 from BBC News - Home
Under current party rules, MPs cannot mount a fresh challenge against Theresa May until December.

» Secretive 'Five Eyes' club to speak openly about cyber threats
24/04/19 02:47 from BBC News - Home
It comes amid reports the UK may be breaking from some allies by working with Chinese telecoms giant Huawei.

» 'Five Eyes' spy chiefs to discuss cyber threat
24/04/19 02:47 from BBC News - Home
It comes amid reports the UK may be breaking from some allies by working with Chinese telecoms giant Huawei.

» Sri Lanka attacks: Government vows to overhaul state security
24/04/19 02:30 from BBC News - Home
The government says IS may be behind the attacks but that threat reports had not been shared.

» Donald Trump meets Twitter's Jack Dorsey at White House
24/04/19 01:43 from BBC News - Home
Twitter says CEO Jack Dorsey spoke with the president about "the health of public conversation".

» Fighter: Why we're seeing more female boxers on stage and screen
24/04/19 00:49 from BBC News - Home
The play Fighter is the latest in a growing number of entertainment productions about female boxing.

» 'I changed my gender after my wife got dementia'
24/04/19 00:48 from BBC News - Home
Steve had gender reassignment surgery after his wife, Jill, moved into a care home.

» How virtual reality may help Grenfell survivors 'let go of emotions'
24/04/19 00:44 from BBC News - Home
England footballer Les Ferdinand is using VR to try to help young men deal with the trauma of the Grenfell Tower fire.

» Secretive 'Five Eyes' club to speak openly about cyber threats
24/04/19 00:32 from BBC News - Home
Experts from the so-called Five Eyes intelligence agencies are to make a joint appearance for the first time.

» Council spending on single homelessness 'down by £5bn since 2009'
24/04/19 00:03 from BBC News - Home
Analysis suggests councils have lost billions from their budgets for lone homeless people since 2009.

» Netherlands 'hosts most child sex abuse images'
23/04/19 23:59 from BBC News - Home
About half of such images reported to the Internet Watch Foundation in 2018 were hosted in the Netherlands.

» Why is a 2,500-year-old epic dominating polls in modern India?
23/04/19 23:49 from BBC News - Home
The Ramayana, a 2,500-year-old mythological epic has been brought to the fore of the world's largest election

» Cuba's government mocked by stampede of ostrich memes
23/04/19 23:48 from BBC News - Home
A revolutionary hero's suggestion that Cuba's food shortages could be resolved by eating ostrich is ridiculed online.

» Jailed French executive who felt force of US bribery law
23/04/19 23:45 from BBC News - Home
The jail ordeal of ex-Alstom executive Frédéric Pierucci is a warning for firms with a history of corruption.

» How did the qwerty keyboard become so popular?
23/04/19 23:41 from BBC News - Home
It's not the best layout, so why do most of us still use it?

» Labour pledges to end 'slum' office housing
23/04/19 23:37 from BBC News - Home
It says current planning rules allow developers in England to convert offices into "rabbit hutch" homes.

» Labour pledges to end 'slum' office housing
23/04/19 23:37 from BBC News - Home
It says current planning rules allow developers in England to convert offices into "rabbit hutch" homes.

» Sri Lanka attacks: IS 'may be linked', government says
23/04/19 23:34 from BBC News - Home
The scale of the attacks suggests that there was foreign assistance, Sri Lankan authorities say.

» Shot journalist was 'gentle, innocent soul'
23/04/19 23:27 from BBC News - Home
The family of the murdered journalist pay tribute to her ahead of her funeral on Wednesday.

» The Lego bricks designed for children with sight loss
23/04/19 23:26 from BBC News - Home
Children at one UK school have been testing them out. Some say other approaches should also be taught.

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