Back BBC Monday, February 24, 2020
Search Sections 24 Feb

BBC

Monday, February 24, 2020
Close
Advertisement
24 Feb 9:12pm Updated Coronavirus: World must prepare for pandemic, says WHO
But the UN health body says the coronavirus outbreak does not yet meet the criteria for a pandemic.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 9:00pm Updated Harvey Weinstein found guilty of rape in watershed case
The ex-movie mogul is reported to have had chest pains after hearing the verdict against him in New York.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 8:52pm Environment Agency chief: Avoid building new homes on flood plains
The head of the Environment Agency says new buildings should be made more resilient to flooding.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 8:13pm Where are all the UK’s new homes being built?
More and more new homes are needed to house a growing population - but where are they springing up?
 Like Reply
24 Feb 7:54pm What happens when the internet vanishes?
During a troublesome protest or tricky election, some countries just cut the online cord.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 7:32pm Cardiff woman wins £400k in DWP race discrimination row
The Department for Work and Pensions created a "hostile environment" for one employee, a judge rules.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 6:28pm Emergency terror law clears parliamentary hurdles
The bill blocking automatic release of convicted terror offenders is approved by the House of Lords.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 6:13pm Wilder blames elaborate ring-walk costume for Fury defeat
Deontay Wilder blames his elaborate ring-walk costume for his WBC heavyweight title defeat by Tyson Fury.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 5:38pm Updated Mane scores winner as Liverpool come from behind to beat West Ham
League leaders Liverpool are forced to come from behind to beat relegation-battling West Ham in a nervy encounter at Anfield.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 4:32pm Harvey Weinstein guilty of sexual assaults
The ex-movie mogul is handcuffed and led from court as a judge orders him to jail immediately.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 4:25pm Updated Car drives into carnival crowd in German town Volkmarsen
Police say 30 people were injured after a car was driven into a crowd in the town of Volkmarsen.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 3:17pm Updated Harvey Weinstein guilty over sexual assaults
The ex-movie mogul is handcuffed and led from court as a judge orders him to jail immediately.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 2:25pm President Trump in India: Why his visit matters
A crowded cricket stadium and tricky pronunciations marked the first day of the US president's trip.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 1:47pm Updated Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi captured on CCTV days before attack
Salman Abedi's brother Hashem denies murder, attempted murder and conspiring to cause explosions.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 1:17pm Harvey Weinstein guilty: How the Hollywood giant faced his reckoning
The judge said this was not a referendum on #MeToo. But at times, the trial felt like one.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 1:09pm Updated Katherine Johnson: Hidden Figures Nasa mathematician dies at 101
Ms Johnson, who helped launch the first American into orbit, was portrayed in the film Hidden Figures.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 12:44pm Updated Man guilty of Gerald Corrigan crossbow murder on Anglesey
Terence Whall lay in wait for Gerald Corrigan and shot him as he tried to fix his satellite dish.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 12:29pm Updated Coronavirus: World should prepare for pandemic, says WHO
But the UN health body says the coronavirus outbreak does not yet meet the criteria for a pandemic.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 12:23pm Updated Car drives into carnival crowd in German town
German police reportedly say up to 30 were injured after a driver drove into a crowd in Volkmarsen.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 11:39am Tesco to sell plasters in different skin tones
The supermarket chain says it wants to give a better reflection of ethnic diversity.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 11:36am FA guidelines: Children to no longer head footballs during training
The training guidelines are effective immediately but do not recommend a heading ban during matches.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 10:54am Updated Children banned from heading footballs during training
The training guidelines are effective immediately but do not recommend a heading ban during matches.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 10:09am Updated Coronavirus: Rapid spread raises fears of global pandemic
More infections are reported around the world as governments struggle to contain outbreaks.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 7:34am Tesco to sell plasters in racially diverse skin tones
The supermarket chain says it wants to give a better reflection of ethnic diversity.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 7:07am Updated Canary Islands sandstorm: Flights disrupted as dust cloud strands tourists
Flights to and from the Spanish islands have been disrupted, leaving tourists stranded at airports.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 6:52am Love Island winner Finn Tapp expected back by Oxford City
Finn Tapp went AWOL from Oxford City in January to take part in the sixth series of Love Island.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 6:45am Dementia: Does heading a football cause the disease?
Concerns are growing that heading a football may increase the risk of players developing dementia.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 6:23am Updated Scottish FA to ban kids from heading ball during training
The new guidelines for training are effective immediately but do not recommend a heading ban during matches.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 5:40am BBC Briefing on housing: How do I use it?
Your guide to housing in the UK and what can be done to satisfy the need for affordable and decent homes.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 5:28am Updated Donald Trump in India: US president invokes cricket and Bollywood at India rally
The US president is greeted by huge crowds as his begins his first official visit to India.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 5:24am Samira Ahmed reaches settlement with BBC
The presenter won her employment tribunal next month against the corporation over equal pay.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 3:15am Donald Trump in India: US president addresses massive India rally
The US president's visit is expected to focus on ties between the world's two largest democracies.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 2:58am Updated Coronavirus: North Korea quarantines foreigners
Meanwhile, South Korea has quarantined 7,700 troops after an outbreak in the military.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 2:35am Updated Donald Trump in India: US president begins first official trip
The US president's visit is expected to focus on ties between the world's two largest democracies.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 1:33am News Daily: Coronavirus spreading, UK housing gap and Whitehall tensions
Your morning briefing for Monday 24 February 2020.
 Like Reply
24 Feb 1:16am Watch the best of the 2000 goals in the WSL
Sophie Ingle, Toni Duggan & Jordan Nobbs all feature as BBC Sport looks back at some of the best goals scored in the WSL after Georgia Stanway netted the league's 2.000th goal.
 Like Reply
On the top

Date settings

Today is Thursday, April 9, 2020

+ 1 -
+ 1 -
+ 2016 -

Close

By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our cookie policy.

Accept