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Former Labour minister Ian Austin said Jeremy Corbyn is "completely unfit" to lead the country.
Labour wants to end food-bank use - but one Conservative MP has claimed there are more in Germany than the UK.
The victim in a trial that led to the Welsh secretary to quit says he should not contest the election.
About 180,000 passengers face travel disruption after the airline failed to halt the two-day action.
Footage played in court shows backpacker Grace Millane and the man accused of her murder in two bars.
Trader associations call on exchanges to cut hours in part to encourage more diversity.
Your morning briefing for 7 November 2019.
The 25-year-old politician says the phrase symbolises "collective exhaustion" in young people.
BritBox will feature shows like McMafia, Love Island, Victoria, Wolf Hall and Gavin & Stacey.
The BBC met the driver of Bloodhound - part racing car and part spaceship - during testing in South Africa.
The pro-Remain parties will later announce details of the deal - but it could cover up to 70 seats.
Woke, upcycling, femtech and prorogue were all hotly tipped - but what was chosen to sum up 2019?
John McDonnell also promises billions for schools and hospitals on top of existing spending pledges.
Student voters are ready to target support over Brexit, research suggests.
Jingye is reportedly planning to make an offer to buy the steelmaker out of insolvency.
Australia is navigating a row with China but has long failed to scrutinise itself, writes Kerry Brown.
Campaign launches, a Labour resignation and more, as the BBC's Jessica Parker reports.
Chile's state of emergency is bringing back memories of the country's dictatorship.
A new season of the BBC Three drag queen reality show will be broadcast in 2020.
Indian scientists hope that the low-cost sensor will drastically reduce the deaths caused by these natural disasters.