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How The Staves found their way back to music after grief, doubt and bereavement

2 hours 17 min ago
The folk-singing sisters had to navigate grief and self-doubt after their mother died unexpectedly.

'We had more than 60 calls from test-and-trace'

2 hours 30 min ago
One family in London say they received scores of long, repetitive calls from contact tracers.

'I'm Bengali, my boyfriend was black - and my mum freaked out'

2 hours 31 min ago
Salma left home when her family urged her to get an abortion. Later she challenged her mum's anti-black prejudice.

Bletchley Park’s contribution to WW2 'over-rated'

2 hours 46 min ago
The code-breaking hub is not "the war winner" many people think it is, says a history of spy agency GCHQ.

Mysterious 'Robin Hood' hackers donating stolen money

2 hours 50 min ago
Experts and charities are puzzled by hackers who've started donating stolen money.

Coronavirus: How pollution could make India’s Covid fight tougher

2 hours 57 min ago
New studies show an association between severe pollution and a spike in Covid-19 cases and deaths.

First UK airport testing for outward passengers

3 hours 19 sec ago
The aim is to help people travelling to destinations where a negative result is required on arrival.

How clothes reflect growing Oromo ethnic pride in Ethiopia

3 hours 1 min ago
Oromos have complained of marginalisation but they are now increasingly assertive in their identity.

RSPB Snettisham hosts record-breaking knot wildlife spectacular

3 hours 8 min ago
Seeing record-breaking numbers of knot take flight "should be on everybody's bucket list".

Marathon walk for 104-year-old inspired by Captain Tom

3 hours 9 min ago
At 104, Ruth Saunders is walking a charity marathon after being inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore.

Black Lives Matter: Orchestra creates music inspired by iconic moment

3 hours 12 min ago
Viral image of Patrick Hutchinson helping a counter-protester transformed into music and poetry.

Samuel Paty: Beheading of teacher deepens divisions over France's secular identity

3 hours 16 min ago
Mass rallies over the murder of a teacher mask growing dissent over the country's secular identity.

The Papers: Lockdown 'by back door' and virus 'hidden victims'

3 hours 23 min ago
Possible new restrictions for millions and a high non-Covid death toll lead the front pages.

The forklift truck drivers who never leave their desks

3 hours 26 min ago
Remote-controlled vehicles are becoming increasingly common in the workplace.

Eating jellyfish: Why scientists are talking up a 'perfect food'

3 hours 28 min ago
Amid fresh concern about overfishing, scientists say eating more jellyfish may give us benefits.

US election: What can the US learn from other pandemic elections?

3 hours 30 min ago
Early voting is already under way in the US but what can the country learn from other nations that have held elections during the coronavirus pandemic?

New name for a Canadian town called Asbestos

19 October 2020 - 11:41pm
Town residents pick Val-des-Sources to replace the moniker that paid homage to its mining history.

Covid: Midday deadline for Greater Manchester coronavirus deal

19 October 2020 - 10:52pm
If an agreement on new restrictions for the area cannot be reached, the PM will decide on the next steps.

Jimenez strike earns Wolves win at Leeds

19 October 2020 - 10:51pm
Striker Raul Jimenez scores with a deflected shot as Wolves hit Leeds with a sucker-punch to earn victory at Elland Road.

US 2020 election: Who does China really want to win?

19 October 2020 - 10:34pm
With the US battered by the coronavirus and political polarisation, China thinks its time has come.

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