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Shopfronts of London: Artist Eleanor Crow's view

8 October 2019 - 1:19am
Eleanor Crow's watercolours celebrating the beauty of London's shopfronts are on display in the city.

How these workers get healthcare with their groceries

8 October 2019 - 1:18am
One man in Bangladesh is trying to improve workers' lives by opening a shop with a twist.

Polish election: Leader targets gay rights as threat to society

8 October 2019 - 1:11am
LGBT rights have become the biggest single cultural issue as Poland prepares for Sunday's election.

Dream State: From drug addiction to touring the world

8 October 2019 - 1:09am
CJ dropped out uni with drug problems - the music she's written about it has had millions of views.

Center Parcs: Investigation after children hurt by raft flip

8 October 2019 - 1:06am
A girl, a boy and their uncle are injured on the Tropical Cyclone ride in Wiltshire.

‘I didn’t think gaming could lead to compulsive gambling’

8 October 2019 - 1:04am
As the NHS opens a clinic for young gaming and gambling addicts, the father of one tells his story.

Tattoos in Japan: The eye-watering art thousands cross the world for

8 October 2019 - 12:52am
Once the sign of a hardened criminal, Japan’s taboo tattoos are winning a legion of new foreign fans.

Femtech: Right time, wrong term?

8 October 2019 - 12:23am
The 'femtech' label for women's health tech is flourishing but not everybody is a fan.

How 3D technology is capturing the world

8 October 2019 - 12:21am
From computer games to railway tracks, capturing 3D images in exquisite detail is now big business.

Can UK bookseller James Daunt revive Barnes & Noble?

8 October 2019 - 12:12am
Waterstones boss James Daunt has taken charge of America's biggest bookseller, the ailing Barnes & Noble.

Thomas Cook passenger: 'I'm stuck in Tunisia'

8 October 2019 - 12:12am
One customer who fell outside the two-week window to be repatriated says she can't afford a new flight.

Inside the abandoned Soviet base the Cold War left behind

8 October 2019 - 12:07am
Hundreds of thousands of Soviet troops were stationed in the complex in former East Germany.

Court asked to consider Brexit delay letter to EU

8 October 2019 - 12:06am
Scotland's Court of Session is considering whether it should act directly if Boris Johnson does not.

IFS: No-deal Brexit would push UK debt to 50-year high

8 October 2019 - 12:05am
Government borrowing would reach its highest level in over half a century, a think tank warns.

What is a no-deal Brexit?

8 October 2019 - 12:05am
Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.

MI5 'wiped' murder inquiry hard drives

8 October 2019 - 12:01am
BBC Spotlight is told MI5 wiped secret information relating to the murder of solicitor Pat Finucane.

'Ozone hole vigilance still required'

8 October 2019 - 12:00am
It may be the smallest ozone hole in three decades but scientists are warning against complacency.

The Papers: Rows over US diplomat's wife and Jennifer Arcuri

7 October 2019 - 11:28pm
Tuesday's papers are dominated by stories about a US businesswoman, a diplomat's wife and Brexit.

NI abortion: Guidelines issued as October deadline looms

7 October 2019 - 11:15pm
The Northern Ireland Office publishes new guidelines on abortion for the medical profession ahead of the 21 October deadline.

Mental health website struggles after royals feature in advert

7 October 2019 - 10:41pm
The dukes and duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex voiced a promotional film which aired on television.

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