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15 Nov 9:43pm General election 2019: Labour figures set for crunch manifesto meeting
The party will decide whether to include party conference policies, including on free movement.
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15 Nov 9:02pm The art of hunting down stolen treasures
A gold toilet stolen from Blenheim Palace remains missing - but how are valuable artworks recovered?
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15 Nov 8:39pm General election 2019: How popular are the party leaders?
What voters think of the candidates for PM can be important when deciding how to vote.
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15 Nov 8:09pm Children In Need 2019: Star-studded BBC appeal raises £47.9m
Celebrities from the worlds of TV, music, film and sport took part in this year's BBC charity show.
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15 Nov 5:57pm Updated Prince Andrew interview: I let the side down by staying with Jeffrey Epstein
The Duke of York speaks to the BBC for the first time about his links to convicted US sex offender.
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15 Nov 5:18pm Fire breaks out at Bolton student flats block
A number of roads around Bradshawgate in Bolton have been closed due to the blaze.
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15 Nov 5:03pm Huge blaze at student accommodation in Bolton
A number of roads around Bradshawgate in Bolton have been closed due to the blaze
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15 Nov 4:59pm Nadal misses out on ATP Finals last four after Zverev beats Medvedev
Rafael Nadal misses out on a place in the ATP Finals last four as defending champion Alexander Zverev claims the last semi-final spot.
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15 Nov 4:45pm Updated Flooded Venice battles new tidal surge
The Italian canal city's main square, waterbuses and schools are closed as the water rises again.
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15 Nov 4:36pm Updated Roger Stone: Trump ally convicted of lying to Congress
The former adviser to President Donald Trump is convicted on charges stemming from Russia inquiry.
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15 Nov 3:55pm Updated Nadal wins to keep ATP Finals hopes alive - highlights & report
Rafael Nadal demonstrates his fighting qualities to battle back to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas and keep his ATP Finals hopes alive.
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15 Nov 3:33pm Updated Trump impeachment inquiry: President tweets furious attack on envoy
The president criticised the former US envoy to Ukraine in the middle of her impeachment testimony.
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15 Nov 2:31pm Brazilian GP: Sebastian Vettel top as Kubica crashes in Brazil practice
Sebastian Vettel leads Charles Leclerc to a Ferrari one-two in an incident-packed second practice session at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
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15 Nov 2:18pm Updated Trump ally Roger Stone convicted of lying to Congress
The former adviser to President Donald Trump is convicted on charges stemming from Russia inquiry.
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15 Nov 1:35pm Updated British athletes threaten to sue BOA over sponsorship
Some of Britain's top athletes are threatening to sue the British Olympic Association (BOA) over "ridiculous and unfair" sponsorship regulations.
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15 Nov 12:17pm Rafael Nadal beats Stefanos Tsitsipas to keep his ATP Finals hopes alive
Rafael Nadal demonstrates his fighting qualities to battle back to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas and keep his ATP Finals hopes alive.
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15 Nov 11:56am General election 2019: Lib Dems pledge £100bn climate fund over five years
Plan to "decarbonise capitalism" would be funded by extra borrowing and tax changes, party says.
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15 Nov 11:20am Updated Election 2019, Your Questions Answered: What are parties saying on childcare?
What are the parties promising to do about childcare costs, and more of your questions answered.
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15 Nov 11:09am Sir Rod Stewart on indyref, Celtic...and model trains
The singer speaks about the love for his football team and his impressive model train city.
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15 Nov 10:59am Freeman faced ‘constant attrition’ from ex-British Cycling performance director Sutton
Dr Richard Freeman was subjected to "constant attrition" from former British Cycling performance director Shane Sutton, the medic's tribunal hears.
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15 Nov 10:50am Updated General election 2019: Boris Johnson quizzed on Russia, flooding and his children
Boris Johnson answered questions from the public in a special BBC programme.
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15 Nov 10:06am Will fibre broadband be obsolete by 2030 - and what about 5G?
Labour promises to give every home in the UK full-fibre internet if it wins the general election.
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15 Nov 9:53am Donald Trump confirms pre-election UK visit
The US president will arrive in London for a Nato summit 10 days before polling day.
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15 Nov 9:40am General Election 2019: Boris Johnson BBC phone-in claims fact-checked
Reality Check has been looking at some of the claims the prime minister made during the hour-long programme.
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15 Nov 9:28am Updated Michael Sheen transforms into Chris Tarrant for Millionaire TV drama
The actor recreates the host's entrance to the 2003 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? cheating trial.
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15 Nov 8:53am Updated Prince Andrew speaks to BBC about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein
The duke gives a "no holds barred interview" to the BBC about his links to the US financier.
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15 Nov 8:38am General election 2019: The candidates who fell at the first hurdle
Dredging up dirt on rivals has never been easier - leaving some wannabe MPs rueing online indiscretions.
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15 Nov 8:31am Boris Johnson quizzed on Russia, flooding and his children
The PM discusses claims of Moscow meddling in elections, government spending plans and his children.
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15 Nov 8:10am Church minister who heckled Corbyn suspended over tweets
It emerged that Rev Richard Cameron had made Islamophobic and homophobic comments on Twitter.
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15 Nov 6:34am Updated General election 2019: Labour pledges free broadband for all
Labour would part-nationalise BT to deliver the policy and tax tech giants to help cover the £20bn cost.
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15 Nov 6:12am Updated Jean Fergusson: Last of the Summer Wine actress dies
Jean Fergusson, who has died aged 74, played Marina in 216 episodes of the hit BBC One sitcom.
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15 Nov 5:56am Flooded Venice battles with new tidal surge
The Italian canal city's main square, waterbuses and schools are closed as the water rises again.
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15 Nov 5:55am General election 2019: Greens offer basic income by 2025
Under the plan every adult would get at least £89 per week with extra payments for disabled people.
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15 Nov 5:07am Ultra-long haul flight non-stop from London to Sydney
BBC's Luke Jones was on-board the 19 and a half hour flight from London to Sydney.
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15 Nov 2:58am England have tough day in tour match as Root goes off hurt
England's Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes take two wickets each on a testing opening day for the tourists in a warm-up match against New Zealand A.
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15 Nov 2:22am Thousands of homes to be built in flood zones
More than 12,000 new homes could be built on some of the most flood-prone areas of England.
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15 Nov 2:18am News Daily: Labour broadband pledge, and child allergies rise
Your morning briefing for 15 November 2019.
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15 Nov 1:10am Rabbi Matondo: Following Welsh wonderkid from Schalke to Wales international duty
Football Focus follows 19-year-old Schalke forward Rabbi Matondo on a trip from Germany to Cardiff and international duty with the Wales national team.
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15 Nov 12:16am Updated The Papers: Free internet pledge and high street tax cuts
Plans to part-nationalise the UK's broadband network and tax cuts for high street businesses are among the lead stories.
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