Giorgia Meloni is on course to be Italy's first female PM, with a right-wing coalition, exit polls say.
Demonstrators clashed with security officials, in rare violent backlashes against police.
The nine-time Grammy winner will headline February's event in Arizona, the NFL has announced.
A people smuggler lifts the lid on his trade to BBC Panorama's Jane Corbin.
Khayri McLean, 15, was stabbed outside a school in Huddersfield and died later in hospital.
Rain is beginning to fall, with life-threatening flooding and landslides expected.
Scrapping the 45% rate is the "wrong choice" during a cost-of living crisis, the Labour leader says.
Magnus Carlsen says he wants cheating taken "seriously" as he vows to issue a statement within days.
The Met Police says several officers were hurt in the clashes and five people were arrested.
Wales are relegated from the top tier of the Nations League after they are beaten at home by Poland.
Opposition parties demand investigation into possible conflicts of interest over "shocking" arrangement.
A man is in custody following an "intensive investigation" involving two police forces.
The minister is under tighter police surveillance after a "serious threat", federal prosecutors say.
Politicians and celebrities react to last week's mini-budget, which continues to dominate the papers.
A Montreal family goes on a global sightseeing tour after three of the children are diagnosed with a genetic condition.
Siyuan Zhuji compiled close-up footage of himself taking dozens of tests.
The capsizing of the Joola, a government-owned Senegalese ferry, took more lives than the infamous Titanic.
The project's founder called the actor a "rock" after he contributed £55,000 over the past year.
A unique dance hall in County Tyrone from Ireland's showband era is to be demolished.
Eshwar Tiwari began breaking 10 years ago for fun. He'll soon represent India at a world tournament.
In the 1970s, an international campaign demanded that governments recognise the value of unpaid work done in the home, primarily by women.
Giorgia Meloni aims to be Italy's first female PM and vehemently rejects any link to fascism.
The new king helped drive a renaissance in British cheesemaking when the industry was in crisis 30 years ago.
The TV hit has spawned a dance show, which creator Steven Knight hopes will attract new audiences.
Opposition to the funeral has been growing in recent weeks, with thousands of Japanese marching against it.
Japanese start-up firms are developing next-generation solar panels and microchips.
It's filled with artefacts that have shaped history - but its doors are firmly shut to the public.
The BBC has followed families who have moved from Hong Kong to the UK, to see if life is everything they hoped for.
Organisers of the football tournament are facing criticism over a lack of affordable accommodation.
Unpicking the web of misinformation around the Leicester disorder.
Pakistan beat England by three runs in a thrilling Twenty20 match to level their seven-match series at 2-2.
Everton ruin Merseyside rivals Liverpool's day at Anfield and pick up their first win of the Women's Super League season.
Neil Robertson and Nutcharut 'Mink' Wongharuthai win the World Mixed doubles title after beating Mark Selby and Rebecca Kenna 4-2.
England manager Gareth Southgate says he knows that results at the World Cup will dictate his future, despite his contract runing until 2024.
Watch highlights as Everton cruise to a 3-0 victory in the Merseyside derby on Liverpool's return to Anfield in the Women's Super League.
Conor McMenamin is reinstated to the Northern Ireland squad and has travelled with the team to Greece for Tuesday's Nations League match, BBC Sport NI understands.
Andy Murray has not been spurred into planning his own send-off by Roger Federer's emotional farewell at the Laver Cup, which Team Europe lost in London.
Calls for Her Majesty to be honoured on the Fourth Plinth are met with support in the Commons.
The Prince and Princess of Wales make their first public appearance since the Queen's funeral.
An era was ending right before our eyes, writes Sean Coughlan, who was inside Westminster Abbey.
The Queen's funeral was steeped in tradition, but there were some personal touches too.
People have shared messages of condolence with the BBC. They show many felt a personal connection to her.
Here's what we know so far about who did and did not attend this historic event.
1. How to say no without saying no. Answering in the negative can often be challenging and uncomfortable and, at work, it can lead to untoward consequences. When faced with a situation where your best bet is to turn down the request, the solution is to frame everything like your decision is in the other person’s best interest. READ MORE >>
2. Police fear disorder during winter crisis. Police forces expect a surge in crime, a breakdown in public order and corruption in their ranks this winter. A leaked national strategy paper, drawn up by police chiefs this summer, has revealed they are increasingly concerned that “economic turmoil and financial instability” has “potential to drive increases in particular crime types,” including shoplifting, burglary and vehicle theft, as well as online fraud and blackmail, and crimes that “rely on exploiting financial vulnerability”. The Sunday Times
3. Brits to keep the heating off this winter. Almost a quarter of UK adults have said that they are not planning to turn the heating on at all this winter. That's according to a survey, commissioned by the Liberal Democrats, which found that 11% of Britons are also considering taking out a loan to cope with higher energy costs. Experts believe that rising energy bills will prompt people to go into the office more often this winter. Do you have any plans to cut energy costs during the colder months? Share your thoughts by posting or commenting on the post below. The Guardian
4. OAPs return to work as costs soar. Pensioners are coming out of retirement and re-joining the world of work as living costs rise, according to The Telegraph. There were 174,000 more over 65s in employment in the three months to June this year compared to the start of 2022, data from the Office for National Statistics shows. The influx of labour could help alleviate staff shortages in certain industries and some businesses like McDonalds are even targeting older workers in their recruitment drives. Are you thinking about coming out of retirement to re-enter the world of work? CONTACT US >>
5. Report finds end of traditional family. Nearly 50% of British children now grow up outside the traditional two-parent household. According to a report published today by Rachel de Souza, the children’s commissioner for England, almost a quarter of families are headed by a lone parent, compared with the EU average of one eighth. De Souza said she will revise the “family test”, which is applied to all new domestic laws and policies, to put families “at the heart” of policymaking. The Times
6. Thursdays are the new Fridays. The Friday slowdown may officially be here. Office attendance has fallen to 13% on Fridays in the UK, according to Advanced Workplace Associates consultancy data. The trend of workers spilling out into pubs and bars on Thursdays is intensifying post-pandemic, suggesting that Thursday is the new Friday. Meanwhile, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are the most popular days to commute to work. Despite companies pressuring employees to return to the office, the reversal of the trend to pre-pandemic presenteeism is still a brave bet, Clark concludes. The Financial Times
7. Tea linked to lower risk of death. Drinking tea could be associated with a lower risk of mortality, a study has found. Researchers from the National Institutes of Health found that compared with those who do not drink tea, people who consumed two or more cups each day had between a 9% and 13% lower risk of death. Last year it was reported that drinking coffee or tea may be linked with a lower risk of stroke and dementia, according to the largest study of its kind. The Guardian
8. Barack Obama wins an Emmy. Former president Barack Obama won the best narrator Emmy Award on Saturday for his Netflix documentary series, Our Great National Parks. The Emmy joins Mr Obama's two Grammy awards putting him halfway to becoming an Egot - someone with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award. The only other president to win an Emmy was Dwight Eisenhower, who won an honorary award in 1956 for becoming the first president to conduct a televised news conference. Only 17 people have gained Egot status to date, including Mel Brooks, Whoopie Goldberg, Audrey Hepburn and Jenifer Hudson. BBC
9. Poll names UK’s best attractions. Poll names UK’s best attractions. Royal Yacht Britannia and Fountains Abbey have been voted the top UK attractions in a survey by the leadingconsumer body. Following the poll of nearly 3,000 members, the group said it was “easy to see why” the historic sites topped the survey at 88%. “Both Fountains Abbey and the Royal Yacht Britannia offer a unique day out with visitors telling us they enjoyed the opportunity to immerse themselves in a slice of history for the day,” said a spokesman. Behind the top two in third was the Roman Baths and Pump Room in Bath. Which?
10. The bottom line. New figures from the Met Office show England has had its joint warmest summer on record. The average temperature in June, July and August was 17.1C, equal with 2018. The development means that four of the five warmest summers in England have occurred since 2003. England also had its sixth driest summer on record and the driest since 1995, according to Met Office data going back to 1836. The Guardian
The national anthem has been sung at Labour conference for the first time in recent memory.
It is being trialled to help people with prosthetic arms enjoy sports such as surfing and yoga.
Faisal Islam explains what the biggest tax cuts in 50 years mean for those across the income scale.
Kwasi Kwarteng said "a reboot, a rethink" was needed for the UK economy and to help the less well-off.
The new chancellor revealed several changes to taxes in his mini-budget - the first major statement for him.
The widely watched dancing competition has paired the celebrities, including comedian Ellie Taylor and actor Will Mellor, with their dancing professionals.
US President Joe Biden surprised Sir Elton John by giving him a medal for his contribution to music.
The former Labour leader recalls the “condemnation” he received when he proposed borrowing for the UK economy.
Lindsay Hoyle says he is disappointed news wasn't revealed to Parliament before the media got the details.
Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine has spoken about his experience at the hands of convicted stalker Alex Belfield.
Victoria Cross recipient Captain Limbu was unable to go to the state funeral but still made a special tribute.
Thousands of people turned out to watch Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in London and her final journey to Windsor.
The Queen's committal service has taken place at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
Key moments from Westminster Abbey at the first state funeral since 1965.
Huge crowds lined the Long Walk as the procession headed to St George's Chapel.
A mother and daughter were surprised to be the last to join the queue to see the Queen lying in state.
The musician looks back at 25 years as a solo artist and ponders what might come next.
Nick Robinson delves into the archive to explore the significance of the queue to see the Queen's lying-in-state.
People across the UK pause in a moment of reflection ahead of the late monarch's funeral.
John Sentamu says the Queen described her feelings in a letter a month after Prince Philip's burial.
The Queen Consort recalls her late mother-in-law's 'wonderful blue eyes' on the eve of the monarch's funeral.
Princes William and Harry and their cousins take part in a vigil beside the Queen's coffin in Westminster Hall.
King Charles III and the Prince of Wales speak to people waiting to see the Queen lying in state.
Officers tackle a man to the ground shortly before the monarch's vehicle passes by.
People gather in Windsor as members of the Armed Forces rehearse the Queen's burial procession.
Sitting with the heads of state at Monday's funeral will be Monty Roberts, a cowboy from California.
King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Andrew have held a silent vigil at Westminster Hall.
The footballer waited with members of the public to see Queen Elizabeth II lie in state.
People lining up for hours to see the Queen lying in state, say it's worth the long wait, to pay their respects to the monarch.
The writer and historian, Lady Antonia Fraser wrote a poem to the Queen following her death.
The defence secretary and Scottish secretary take part in the vigil as the monarch lies in state.
Amanda and Paula queued to pay their respects to the Queen from six in the morning on Wednesday.
Queen Elizabeth is lying in state in Westminster Hall for four days so the public can pay their final respects.
Queen Elizabeth's coffin is brought to Parliament to lie in state, so the public can pay their respects.
Video shows people in London waiting to see the Queen lying-in-state at 08:20 BST on Wednesday.
People are queuing through the night for the chance to walk past the Queen's coffin in Westminster.
The Queen's coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace to applause from large crowds lining the route.
Her coffin travels from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the public can pay their respects.
King Charles III and Camilla, the Queen Consort, visit Northern Ireland as part of a tour of the UK.
Tens of thousands joined an overnight queue of more than a mile long to view Her Majesty's coffin.
The traditional Vigil of the Princes takes place in St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh.
The King and other royals follow a procession up Edinburgh's Royal Mile to St Giles' Cathedral.
Gwendolyn's niece wrote about the surprise on the BBC's online tribute page to the Queen.
The King has made his first visit to Parliament as monarch, with MPs and peers offering their condolences.
The Queen's coffin travels from Balmoral Castle to Edinburgh before flying to London on Tuesday.
After the death of the Queen, the reign of King Charles III is underway - here's how it began.
All four of the royals are seen together to view tributes to the Queen.
King Charles III is proclaimed king by is a historic ceremony, broadcast for the first time.
King Charles III gives his first speech as monarch after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.
Footage from inside the first audience with the British head of state and prime minister is rare.
Huge crowds awaited the new King as he arrived with the Queen Consort.
Mourners gathered at Buckingham Palace to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
From prime ministers to people on the street, the Commonwealth nations pay tribute to the Queen.
Politicians share memories of Queen Elizabeth II during a special session of parliament.
The Queen's long reign saw the world change dramatically.
Mourners outside Buckingham Palace pay their respects and explain what the Queen meant to them.
Mourners assemble outside Buckingham Palace to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
People in Sydney discuss what Queen Elizabeth II meant to them.
Prime Minister Liz Truss, speaking on Downing Street, reacts to the Queen's death.
The BBC's announcement of the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The union jack was lowered to half-mast at Buckingham Palace, Holyroodhouse and No 10 Downing Street.
Lindsay Hoyle interrupts MPs to make a statement on the health of the Queen.
A typical household will pay no more than £2,500 a year in energy bills for the next two years.
Liz Truss is sworn in as the new prime minister - watch how the day unfolded.
In her first speech, the prime minister said she would focus on tax cuts, the energy crisis and the NHS.
After returning from Balmoral, Liz Truss addresses the UK for the first time from Downing Street.
The Duchess of Sussex gives her first speech since stepping down as a "working royal".
The former chancellor says he is staying in politics after losing the Conservative leadership contest.
New Tory leader Liz Truss must show she understands the challenges facing the country, says Sir Keir Starmer.
Tory voters choose Liz Truss as their new leader and she will become prime minister on Tuesday.
Jit Chauhan, 48, was drinking a litre of whisky a day when his alcoholism was at its worst.
Conservative leadership hopeful Liz Truss says she will immediately act to help people with soaring energy bills if she becomes PM.
Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss will be the new Conservative leader - watch the campaign's memorable moments.
Government flood maps show predicted climate change flooding scenarios in Northern Ireland up to 2080.
A ground-breaking Indian cookery programme was presented by the Indian actor turned food writer Madhur Jaffrey.
Friends and colleagues share personal stories of Bill Turnbull who has died at the age of 66.
Chef Tom Kerridge says many hospitality businesses are considering "mothballing" through the winter because of energy costs.
Boris Johnson says his government has not "shirked the big decisions" as he announces state backing for a new nuclear reactor.
Ovo Energy's Stephen Fitzpatrick says the new PM must address rising energy bills straight away.
The BBC spoke to party members in Norwich who will vote for the next leader and UK prime minister.
The PM claims people are more interested in broadband than "the fate of this or that politician".
Ben Gray explains why he turned his home into a bakery in lockdown.
Alice Eaton is working to restore Haddon Hall, a 16th Century stately home frequently used in films.
Carnival-goers delighted as Europe's largest street party is back after three years.
Fuel prices are affecting volunteer community transport drivers helping elderly people in rural areas.
A campaign has been launched to allow pop-up campsites to open longer, as camping popularity soars.
Colletta Smith tells you - in a minute - about money available to help with rising energy costs.
Consumer expert Lewis says a lack of government support is causing a "mental health catastrophe".
A woman approached the health secretary during an interview, accusing him of doing nothing about ambulance delays.
Labour's shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves says her party would freeze energy prices for six months.
Millions of Year 11 students collect their GCSE results after sitting the first exams for three years.
Nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel was shot at her home in Liverpool on 22 August.
Derek Skipper, 92, joined teenagers across the country in taking a maths GCSE exam this year.
Results are out for students whose GCSE education was interrupted by the Covid pandemic.
The BBC obtains footage where shots can be heard in the killing of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
The band play the Kalush Orchestra's Stefania - the 2022 winning song - on behalf of the UK Armed Forces.
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney star in a documentary about their first season as football club owners
Kate Jayden, from Derbyshire, finished her final run on 15 April, despite suffering a broken knee.
He became the world's youngest club DJ aged four and has since built a huge social media following.
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