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Covid: New variant classed 'of concern' and named Omicron
The World Health Organization says the variant has a large number of mutations, some are concerning.
Channel disaster: Kurdish woman is first victim identified
Maryam Nuri Mohamed Amin was a 24-year-old Kurdish woman from northern Iraq.
Storm Arwen: Man dies as gale-force winds hit UK
Train services are cancelled and homes left without power as Storm Arwen hits the UK.
Composer Stephen Sondheim dies at 91 - US media
The composer and lyricist was a giant of musical theatre with a knack for adapting unlikely subjects.
Channel migrants: Johnson under pressure to reduce small boat crossings
Lives remain at risk, but as the crisis persists, the greater the political risks for the PM too.
Cinema in Covid pass row ordered to close
Cinema & Co in Swansea has defied orders to close after refusing to ask for Covid passes.
Chris Whitty: Public would need to back more Covid curbs
England's chief medical officer wonders if "we could take people with us" if new restrictions are imposed.
Covid: US joins EU in restricting flights from S Africa over new coronavirus variant
Flights from eight African nations to be blocked as new variant is classified as being "of concern".
Ava White: Liverpool murder arrests after girl stabbed to death
Four boys, aged between 13 and 15, are arrested on suspicion of murdering Ava White in Liverpool.
Amazon protests: 31 arrested as Extinction Rebellion targets retailer
Extinction Rebellion targets 13 sites in the UK on the retail giant's busiest day of the year.
Mother left waiting in ambulance for an hour with her dead baby
The Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has apologised for the delay.
Ukraine-Russia conflict: Zelensky alleges coup plan involving Russians
He says an alleged plan to overthrow his government comes amid threats of a Russian invasion.
Motsi Mabuse to miss Strictly Come Dancing after Covid contact
The judge will be replaced by Cynthia Erivo this weekend after being contacted by NHS Test and Trace.
Quiz of the week: Why did Boris Johnson like Peppa Pig World so much?
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
Adele: 30 becomes 2021's fastest-selling album despite sales drop
The singer lands a number one album with 30, while lead single Easy On Me dominates singles chart.
Mobile phone museum celebrates ugly and iconic phones
A new museum showcasing more than 2,000 retro mobile phones launches online.
Nile Rodgers is auctioning guitars for talented teenagers
The music producer and guitarist hopes to raise money to help talented teenagers.
Browns of Chester: How a city is coping without Debenhams
Browns of Chester served the city for 241 years before it closed when the chain collapsed in May.
Dramatic rescue of 300 from migrant boat in Italy
Some people were already in the water when the Italian coastguard reached them off Lampedusa Island.
Egypt: Grand opening for Luxor's 'Avenue of the Sphinxes'
The ancient walkway, connecting two of the Egyptian city's greatest temples, took decades to excavate.
Black Friday: 'Harder to give big, headline discounts'
Steve Finch of toy retailer bopster, explains the pressures his firm is under for Black Friday this year.
The ‘cocaine collectors’ retrieving smuggled drugs in Rotterdam
Young criminals are risking their lives to retrieve drugs smuggled into the Netherlands amongst freight arriving from Latin America.
New Covid variant: South Africa's pride and punishment
South Africans feel they are paying the price for their ability to monitor new Covid variants.
Cambridge sculpture makes a stand on culture wars
Leading academics see Paulo Freire as a symbol of "tolerance and dialogue" amid tensions on campuses.
Ghosn affair: The forgotten man in the Nissan scandal
Wife of a former Nissan boss on trial in Japan says he is a forgotten victim of the Carlos Ghosn affair.
Upcoming Moon missions spur the search for new spacesuits
Nasa has asked the private sector to design new spacesuits that can be used on the Moon.
Rahul Dravid: Indian cricket's unassuming maestro
The return of Indian cricket's golden boy as coach will start a new era, writes columnist Ayaz Memon.
Wales host Austria & Scotland face Ukraine in World Cup play-off semi-finals
Wales have been drawn against Austria while Scotland host Ukraine in the play-off semi-finals for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
Wales thrash Greece in Women's World Cup qualifier - highlights & report
Wales cruise to a 5-0 win over Greece to maintain the positive start to their 2023 World Cup qualifying campaign.
Dressing-room culture review part of ECB's new anti-discrimination plan
A full review of dressing-room culture is part of a wide-ranging action plan to tackle discrimination and racism in cricket in England and Wales.
Scotland's stoppage-time equaliser salvages World Cup qualifying draw with Ukraine
Scotland score a last-gasp goal for the second World Cup qualifier in a row as Abi Harrison's header salvaged a draw against Ukraine at Hampden.
Allen 'can't rule out' pulling out of UK Championship because of personal difficulties
Mark Allen says he "can't rule out" having to withdraw from the UK Championship at some stage because of the personal difficulties he has been experiencing.
West Bromwich Albion 0-0 Nottingham Forest: 10-man Baggies hold on for draw
West Bromwich Albion have Jayson Molumby sent off as they play out a goalless draw against Nottingham Forest.
'Not good news for other teams' - Klopp praises 'outstanding' Rangnick as he closes in on Man Utd job
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says that "unfortunately a good coach is coming to England" if Manchester United agree a deal with Ralf Rangnick.
What are the Covid variants and will vaccines still work?
A new version of Covid looks different to the virus vaccines were designed to fight.
The African countries on the red list - and other UK travel rules
There are new restrictions on travellers returning from several southern African countries.
Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?
A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms of coronavirus.
Covid: How do I get a lateral flow or PCR test?
People in England are being advised to test for Covid before going to crowded places this winter.
New Covid variant: Where do variants come from?
New Covid-19 variants keep appearing – and their mutations are very different to the comic book kind.
Covid: Who can have a booster jab and how can you get one?
All over-40s will be offered a booster vaccination, and pregnant women are urged to get jabbed.
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.
Covid passports: How do I get one and when will I need it?
Like Scotland and Wales, Northern Ireland will introduce a vaccine passport for entry to large events.
Are we heading for a UK lockdown?
As soaring cases lead European countries to reintroduce Covid restrictions, what does it mean for the UK?
Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?
Northern Ireland ministers have urged people to keep working from home wherever possible.
Covid: When can teenagers get a second dose?
All 16 and 17 year-olds in the UK can now have a second dose 12 weeks after the first.
Can I get a free flu jab?
Health officials are urging millions of people to get a free flu vaccination this winter.
Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
How many people are vaccinated so far?
A look at the progress made in vaccinating the country's population, as more than 50 million people have received at least one dose.
What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings?
Face coverings could become a legal requirement in England again if the NHS struggles this winter.
Channel tragedy: Scramble to identify dead off Calais
At least 27 people died trying to reach the UK by boat. Officials are trying to find their identities.
Why do migrants leave France and try to cross the English Channel?
Rising numbers of migrants are trying to cross the English Channel in small boats.
Channel migrants: Why politics is dominating the debate on migrants
UK-French rivalry is making a common solution difficult, says the BBC's Europe Editor Katya Adler.
Channel deaths: What do we know so far?
There are many unanswered questions following the deaths of 27 people. Here is what we know so far.
Why Iraqi Kurds risk their lives to reach the West
What drives people to make the perilous journey, which for many has ended in death?
Channel migrants: What happens to people crossing to the UK?
Record numbers of migrants have been crossing the English Channel in boats in recent months.
CEO Secrets: From Ordsall poverty to being a billionaire
Peter Done, co-founder of Betfred and CEO of Peninsula, shares his business advice for CEO Secrets.
New mothers who died of herpes could have been infected by one surgeon
Two mothers who died of herpes after ​having Caesareans could have been infected by a single surgeon, the BBC has found. 
Evil Corp: 'My hunt for the world's most wanted hackers'
The BBC’s Joe Tidy goes to Russia in search of men on the FBI’s cyber most wanted list.
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