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A minister calls past remarks by Andrew Sabisky "racist", but he accuses the media of "selective quoting".
The organisation says the move will allow it to build a compensation fund for sex abuse victims.
New rules have been introduced so that people with working holiday visas can extend their stay.
Henry Moore and Bill Brandt created images of civilians sheltering during the Blitz.
Average wages - when adjusted for inflation - exceed pre-crisis levels for the first time since 2008.
Before Tyson Fury's rematch with Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Saturday, BBC Sport explores why the two heavyweights are the ultimate boxing showmen.
Tyson Fury says Deontay Wilder cannot win on points when the pair meet for the world heavyweight title in Las Vegas on Saturday.
The Foreign Office is "working to organise a flight" to bring back 74 Britons from the Diamond Princess.
Interim chief executive Noel Quinn reveals extensive job cuts and restructuring to shake up the bank.
The Champions League returns with the knockout stages, so will it finally be PSG's year? And can Erling Braut Haaland continue his goalscoring spree?
Your morning briefing for Tuesday 18 February 2020.
In an exclusive interview with the BBC, the singer speaks ahead of her performance at the Brit Awards.
Dr Peter Hutchinson wrote the book the same year sexual harassment complaints were made against him.
Residents in towns by the River Severn spent an anxious night as water threatened to top flood defences.
Football clubs need to "wean themselves off" gambling sponsorship, Mark Palios says.
How do you plan an after-party for the biggest stars in music?
The Alan Partridge star takes on the retail industry in his new film Greed.
Scans suggest people who show antisocial behaviour throughout life have some brain abnormalities.
There were 622 serious injuries or near misses in three years, figures compiled by the GMB union claim.
Developers Igloo Regeneration has gone vegetarian to cut its environmental impact.