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General election 2019: Lib Dems promise £50bn 'windfall' from stopping Brexit
The "Remain bonus" will go on schools and the low-paid, Jo Swinson is to say at their manifesto launch.
Letter casts doubt on when Prince Andrew met Epstein
The Duke of York's friendship with a sex offender was years longer than he told the BBC, the letter says.
Women 'step up' to dominate Grammy nominations
Ariana Grande, Lizzo and Billie Eilish all receive multiple nominations.
General election 2019: Boris Johnson pledges cut to National Insurance
The PM says he will raise the threshold so people do not have to pay until they earn £12,000 a year.
Israel carries out ‘wide-scale strikes’ on Iranian forces in Syria
Israel's military says the strikes inside Syria were in response to rockets fired by Iranian troops.
Simon Cheng: Former UK consulate worker says he was tortured in China
The man, detained in August, says he was blindfolded and beaten for his part in Hong Kong's protests.
Malta businessman held on yacht in journalist murder probe
Yorgen Fenech was arrested as part of the investigation into the death of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Joseph McCann trial: Rape accused 'threatened to slit mum's throat'
Joseph McCann tied up a mother and sexually abused her children in a separate room, a court hears.
Behind the barricades at HK siege university
A look inside Hong Kong's Polytechnic University, the site of a fiery battleground in recent days.
Vegan sues Burger King for cooking Impossible Whopper on meat grill
An Impossible Foods spokeswoman says vegans should ask for the burger to be cooked in a microwave.
Australia fires: Injured koala reunited with bushfire rescuer
Surrounded by flames, Toni Doherty used the shirt off her back to pull Lewis off a burning tree in New South Wales..
Jack the Ripper victims' biography wins book prize
Hallie Rubenhold wins non-fiction prize for book on five "ordinary women" who fell on "hard times".
Would you rent a vacuum cleaner for $499 a month?
Japanese firm Softbank says its robot is meant to replace "over-worked janitorial teams".
Meet the women on a mission to clear landmines
Fatima and Fiza are part of the first all-female team helping to make Bamiyan province mine free.
Three tips to win an election debate
US Democrat candidates face each other in a TV debate on Wednesday, but what's the secret to success?
Is harassment making women quit the gym?
Up to seven in 10 women have had an uncomfortable experience at the gym, according to a recent survey of 1,800 women.
Dear Evan Hansen: Musical about teen suicide comes to West End
The creators of the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen reveal why they decided to make a musical centred around teen suicide.
I'm A Celebrity: Inside the world of Jane McDonald fandom
Radio 1's Adele took a photo of the reality star into the jungle and people were confused.
Why do billions of people still not have glasses?
It's thought 2.5 billion people could benefit from technology first developed in the 1200s.
Jose Mourinho at Tottenham: Is Mauricio Pochettino's replacement the right man?
As Jose Mourinho returns to Premier League management, BBC Sport's Phil McNulty looks at whether the Portuguese is the right fit for Tottenham.
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