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Why are single women still mistaken for prostitutes?

10 hours 16 min ago
One woman's tale of being banned from sitting at a bar has struck a nerve in the age of #MeToo.

China economy: Fourth quarter growth slips to 6.4%

10 hours 25 min ago
The figures reinforce concerns over the risk slowing growth in China poses to the global economy.

Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria - military

11 hours 10 min ago
The strikes are aimed at the elite Quds force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, Israeli forces say.

What to expect other than Brexit this week

11 hours 13 min ago
The Oscars get down to business at last, and D-Day looms on Russian doping.

Richard Bacon: Why Rachael Bland podcast award matters

11 hours 22 min ago
Richard Bacon explains why it's important to remember his friend and colleague in this way.

France and Germany to seal new deal as Brexit looms

11 hours 27 min ago
A new treaty between two of Europe's closest friends - but why now, and what's in it?

Why are so many people still dying from snake bites?

11 hours 28 min ago
Most of the world's population lives near venomous snakes - but some are at greater risk than others.

Trump wall - all you need to know about US border in seven charts

11 hours 34 min ago
A standoff over funding for the US president's promised border wall has led to a shutdown. What's going on?

'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'

11 hours 35 min ago
On 20 January 2018 Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul that was popular with foreign guests - Vasileios Vasilieiou was one of them.

'Landmark' overhaul for domestic abuse laws

12 hours 9 min ago
A new definition of abuse will include economic harm, manipulation and controlling behaviour.

How do I apply for settled status in the UK?

12 hours 15 min ago
BBC reporter Helene Daouphars (who is French) looks at how EU citizens will apply for settled status in the UK.

Women's frozen eggs 'should be stored for longer'

12 hours 19 min ago
The 10-year limit for keeping a woman's frozen eggs is arbitrary and does not reflect current technology, campaigners say.

Card surcharges: Customers charged hundreds illegally

13 hours 5 min ago
The University of Hull was among businesses illegally charging customers more for paying by card.

Stonewall 100: MI5 and law firm among 'best LGBT employers'

13 hours 11 min ago
Equalities charity Stonewall releases its annual list of the 100 top LGBT-inclusive companies.

The Papers: 'May blames Corbyn as cross-party talks fail'

13 hours 28 min ago
Several of Monday's front pages cover Brexit and Theresa May's potential "plan B".

I found my grandfather's WW2 plane wreck in the Arctic

13 hours 38 min ago
Royal Navy pilot Phil Richardson found the wreckage of his grandfather Ron's WW2 plane in Norway.

Brexit protests: Testing the atmosphere on College Green

13 hours 39 min ago
Justin Rowlatt gets in among the protesters on both sides of the Brexit debate.

'Staff should treat a business as if it were their own'

13 hours 42 min ago
Rob Forkan, co-founder of footwear and outerwear brand Gandys, says staff should treat a business as if it were their own.

10 things you didn't know about Davos

13 hours 42 min ago
What is Davos and why do people go? Here are 10 handy facts about the annual gathering in Switzerland.

The eyewear designer for the stars

13 hours 42 min ago
How Tom Davies built his eponymous glasses company, which is much loved by celebrities.

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