BBC News - Home
Updated: 1 hour 43 min ago
The 23-year-old teacher was attacked and killed near Tullamore in County Offaly last week.
Magistrates in England and Wales will be able to sentence people in cases usually sent to Crown Court.
Data shows weekly wage growth fell for the first time since July 2020 but vacancies hit a new record.
The new TV licence deal will result in a £285m funding gap, according to the BBC director general.
The deputy PM backs his leader after Boris Johnson is accused of lying to Parliament over a No 10 garden party.
Odell Beckham Jr scores the first play-off touchdown of his career to set the Los Angeles Rams on course for a 34-11 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
Andy Murray marks his return to the Australian Open - where in 2019 he thought he might have to retire - with a tense first-round win.
Heather Watson and Dan Evans both move into the Australian Open second round, but qualifier Harriet Dart was beaten.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
The England and Wales Cricket Board will investigate after police were called to break up the players' post-Ashes party.
Dean Verberckmoes disappeared last week, sparking a major search in Belgium and the Netherlands.
After the tsunami New Zealand promises aid, but ash on Tonga's runway is hindering relief efforts.
Tyson Fury takes aim at Anthony Joshua in this week's Fight Talk. Can AJ get revenge over Oleksandr Usyk in their rematch? Fury doesn't think so. Plus reaction to Jake Paul's reported 2021 earnings.
As Covid-19 ravages theatres, cast and crew are filling major roles to ensure productions go ahead.
Current and former cricketers pick the standout players from the county game who could break into the England Test team.
The journey from Spain to the Caribbean took 36 days, 3hrs and 33 minutes to complete.
A mix of stories lead Tuesday's newspaper front pages, including the latest on the No 10 parties row.
Patients say they’ve been placed in unsafe environments, often far from home.
Activists with anti-vax beliefs are taking "direct action" against hospitals and schools.
The actress discusses her new film Nightmare Alley and the unlikely role she took on during lockdown.