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Labour would part-nationalise BT to deliver the policy and tax tech giants to help cover the £20bn cost.

China collects hundreds of millions of tonnes of waste a year - and dealing with it is a problem.

Home affairs correspondent June Kelly talks to two young people who used to live rough.

The singer claims music bosses Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta won't let her perform her old songs.

The parents of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who died in 2016, call the increase "deeply alarming".

The duke gives a "no holds barred interview" to the BBC about his links to the US financier.

The judge told Donna Francis during her sentencing in New York that she got away with murder.

The shouts of Sam Luntley were heard by a family walking on the cliffs at Porthcothan, Cornwall.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong's justice secretary Teresa Cheng is "hurt" after being jostled in London.

The streets of Worksop "basically turned into rivers", and two homeless men nearly drowned.

Almost 10,000 new homes could be built on some of the most flood-prone areas of England.

Plans to part-nationalise the UK's broadband network and tax cuts for high street businesses are among the lead stories.

More managerial jobs generate more meetings, but they are not about making decisions, says a study.

Facing a year without any first graders, a school in South Korea opened its doors to grandmothers.

Have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?

Three BBC reporters break down the key points as the impeachment inquiry goes public.

What happened after a data hack suggested that climate change caused by humans is a hoax?

The BBC's Shaimaa Khalil is in one of the towns badly hit this week.

Ryan Straschnitzki was injured in the deadly April 2018 Humboldt Broncos bus crash.

We look at how the Eurostar has changed since the first passengers boarded the service in 1994.

As fires takes hold across vast areas of Australia, some people set out to make the problem worse.

Women in Scotland say they are falling through the cracks of health care despite suffering chronic pain.

Fashion collections that only exist in digital form are being sold, as the fashion industry learns from computer games.

In care from the age of four, homeless at 19... now 23, Kerry has turned her life around.

Radio 1 Newsbeat speaks to young Afghans living in the UK about their hopes for their homeland.

How the world's most famous nanny went from books and the big screen to the West End stage.

How relations with an eastern European country became central to the Trump presidency.

Election promises of a rising minimum wage leave some bosses wondering how to fund staff pay rises.

Behrouz Boochani was held on Manus Island for six years, after trying to claim asylum in Australia.

England's Raheem Sterling says it was wrong for fans to boo Joe Gomez when he came on in the 7-0 Euro 2020 qualifier win against Montenegro.

Cleveland Browns' defensive end Myles Garrett faces a lengthy ban after hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with a helmet.

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.

Roger Federer moves into the ATP Finals last four at the expense of Novak Djokovic with a scintillating win over his great rival.

England qualify for Euro 2020 as group winners after putting seven goals past Montenegro in their 1,000th match on a celebratory day at Wembley.

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.

Watch a selection of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's best goals for LA Galaxy as the 38-year-old announces he will be leaving the club after two seasons.

What are the parties promising to do about childcare costs, and more of your questions answered.

A look at the role of political parties in the UK

Exploring the gaps in the political advertising databases provided by the tech giants.

Sir Ed Davey will promise to "jump-start" efforts to tackle the "climate emergency" in a speech on Friday.

Compare where the parties stand on key issues, from Brexit and the NHS to education and the environment.

The BBC's Helen Catt looks at the main events of Thursday's election campaign.

The NHS in England has missed a raft of targets - is this down to extreme levels of demand from patients?

New research has attempted to put a figure on an elusive piece of data but do the numbers stand up?

There's a wealth of election leaflets and ads encouraging tactical voting, but are some based on misleading information?

More than 70 current MPs will not stand in the elections, so who replaces them?

Tweets reach a limited audience, but screenshots on other platforms spread them further.

If you care about what the parties are promising on the NHS, here are some key issues to watch for.

The major parties in England have pledged billions more for the NHS over the next five years.

Labour says it would introduce a shorter working week, but the Conservatives say it would "cripple the NHS".

From 'ultra-marginals' to the highest Leave and Remain seats - which are the battlegrounds that could make the difference?

Our poll tracker measures how people say they are going to vote at the next general election.

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