» Train strikes cause more disruption for passengers
13/08/22 08:34 from BBC News - UK
Some rail operators are running no services as 6,500 train drivers walk out in a dispute over pay.

» Apprentice Boys' annual Relief of Derry Parade to take place
13/08/22 08:32 from BBC News - UK
The Relief of Derry parade marks the anniversary of the ending of the siege of the city in 1689.

» Grace Millane's family awarded for supporting women's refuges
13/08/22 06:22 from BBC News - UK
Grace Millane was killed in New Zealand and her family has made donations to women's refuges.

» Rare gull sighting leaves twitchers aflutter
13/08/22 06:11 from BBC News - UK
Birdwatchers at a reservoir say it is the first time the bird has been spotted in the UK.

» 2022 World Cup: Will Wales fan zones make a comeback?
13/08/22 06:05 from BBC News - UK
Fan zones seem to be on the subs' bench in Wales ahead of the World Cup. One fan wants a comeback.

» Apprentice Boys' annual Relief of Derry Parade to take place
13/08/22 05:46 from BBC News - UK
The Relief of Derry parade marks the anniversary of the ending of the siege of the city in 1689.

» The Papers: Stabbing of Sir Salman, and drought 'will shrink crops'
13/08/22 05:25 from BBC News - UK
The attack on author Salman Rushdie in New York and fears that a lack of water will harm UK harvests lead the papers.

» Welsh Secretary Robert Buckland switches his support from Sunak to Truss
13/08/22 04:41 from BBC News - UK
Robert Buckland tells a national newspaper Liz Truss is "the right person to take the country forward”.

» Who is Salman Rushdie? The writer who emerged from hiding
13/08/22 04:29 from BBC News - UK
Rushdie suffered years of Islamist death threats after writing The Satanic Verses in 1988.

» Climate change: Drought highlights dangers for electricity supplies
13/08/22 04:16 from BBC News - UK
Dry conditions in the UK and Europe are stress on facilities including nuclear, say experts.

» Some antidepressants may make heatwave challenging
13/08/22 03:50 from BBC News - UK
Some types of mental health medication may make it difficult for the body to regulate temperature.

» My son with schizophrenia was 'unlawfully deported' to Jamaica
13/08/22 03:00 from BBC News - UK
Eric Hall has 28 convictions but his family says he was not well enough to be put on a Home Office plane to Jamaica.

» My son with schizophrenia was 'unlawfully deported' to Jamaica
13/08/22 02:21 from BBC News - UK
Eric Hall has 28 convictions but his family says he was not well enough to be put on a Home Office plane to Jamaica.

» Train strikes: Passengers warned of more disruption as drivers walk out
13/08/22 00:04 from BBC News - UK
Some rail operators will run no services at all, as 6,500 train drivers walk out in a dispute over pay.

» Edinburgh Fringe: The doctors having a laugh about the NHS
12/08/22 23:37 from BBC News - UK
Medics are seeing the funny side of hospital work in stand-up comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.

» Newspaper headlines: Sir Salman stabbed and drought 'will shrink crops'
12/08/22 23:31 from BBC News - UK
The attack on author Salman Rushdie in New York and fears that a lack of water will harm UK harvests lead the papers.

» The Papers: Stabbing of Sir Salman, and drought 'will shrink crops'
12/08/22 23:31 from BBC News - UK
The attack on author Salman Rushdie in New York and fears that a lack of water will harm UK harvests lead the papers.

» Ibiza: The birth of the 'party island'
12/08/22 23:02 from BBC News - UK
In June 1973, the nightclub Pacha opened in Ibiza and it changed the island forever.

» 'I got told off for playing football'
12/08/22 23:01 from BBC News - UK
Sue Foulkes says she was in trouble for playing the sport, which was banned in the UK for women.

» 2022 World Cup: Will Wales fan zones make a comeback?
12/08/22 21:44 from BBC News - UK
Fan zones seem to be on the subs' bench in Wales ahead of the World Cup. One fan wants a comeback.

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