Hundreds of new state pension claimants failed to get payments due to Covid and staffing problems.
Premier League players are set to be cleared to compete this weekend after Brazil reportedly dropped their complaint about their failure to report for international duty.
All films set to come out 2021 will be released in cinemas, handing a boost to struggling venues.
Patrick Cumiskey was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy when he was eight months old.
Pippa Bloom, who had to shield due to Covid, says sharing her experience was “almost therapeutic”.
Ros Atkins looks at why there’s a lack of drivers and how it’s affecting UK businesses.
Wahida Faizi spoke to a reporter in August saying she feared the Taliban would kill her for her work.
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken this week.
The new uni term starts soon but anyone who isn’t fully vaccinated won’t be allowed into clubs.
People who left the UK to settle in Australia tell what life has been like during six lockdowns.
The Welsh band on Trojan horse tracks, losing Richey Edwards and finding a new piano-pop direction.
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The papers cover a court case against the Duke of York and the risk of tighter virus restrictions.
The postponed England-India Test could take place in the summer of 2022, says England and Wales Cricket Board chief Tom Harrison.
Former health minister Agnès Buzyn is investigated for “endangering lives” after leaving her role.
After a “mind-boggling” debut 18 years ago, BBC Sport looks ahead to Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United return.
Arsenal fans discuss the club’s poor start to the season which sees the sit club at the bottom of the Premier League after three consecutive defeats.
The Labour leader responds to the PM’s plan to raise taxes to pay for the NHS and social care.
Boris Johnson says that while the terror threat remains, people refuse “to live in permanent fear”.
A goal in each half from Scott Hogan and Jeremie Bela help Birmingham City to a comfortable win over Derby County.
A manhunt was launched after six inmates tunnelled out of a prison in northern Israel on Monday.
Britain’s “cool, calm and composed” US Open finalist Emma Raducanu is meeting the challenges of her first overseas Grand Slam head on.
Legal documents were served to a police officer in Windsor last month, US court papers say.
Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram beat Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares in the US Open men’s doubles final.
The government will make it quicker to get an HGV driver licence, amid an industry-wide shortage.
This year’s roll out has expanded in an attempt to shield against a double whammy of flu and Covid.
US group Why Don’t We claim they were made “hostages in our own home” and had their food restricted.
Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas beats team-mate Lewis Hamilton to qualify fastest for Saturday’s Italian Grand Prix ‘sprint’ race.
Relatives reveal the pain of securing justice for those who died when the flight was brought down.
The Swedish pop superstars released their first new material for four decades last week.
The US president said he was “frustrated” with the nearly 80 million Americans still not vaccinated
A judge in the Apple vs Epic trial says Apple must give app developers alternative payment options.
Eight months ago a BBC investigation reported the smartDOT stickers had “no effect”.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
The United Nations says the Taliban used live ammunition, batons and whips on protesters, killing four.
Twenty of the world’s poorest countries face hotel quarantine before the event in Glasgow.
Nigel Adams defends his response to campaigner Steve Bray accusing him of harassing politicians.
Ex-colleagues ‘stunned’ by former EU hardliner’s pitch to replace Emmanuel Macron as French leader
Conservatives hit by five-point slump as Keir Starmer takes first lead since January
The US state makes it illegal to ban somebody from social media because of their political views.
Jeremy Clarkson said businesses in Chadlington were “doing better” due to an influx of visitors.
Aberdeenshire Council says Pennan as well as Crovie and Portsoy will now retain their working phone boxes.
Mary McCann misses a court date where she was due to answer charges following a crash on the M1.
Oscar-winning animator Nick Park says he is “gobsmacked” how well the statue has turned out.
After the England-India series finale is called off, BBC Sport asks whether the Indian Premier League is to blame and what it means for the Ashes.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says there is ‘no place to hide’ for his players following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.
The comedian was dropped as the face of a Scottish government health campaign after “unacceptable” tweets emerged.
The Premier League footballer is accused of attacking three women at his home in Cheshire.
The Dogs Trust says it has seen a 35% increase in calls related to giving up dogs in recent weeks.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton is fastest in first practice for the Italian Grand Prix for ahead of title rival Max Verstappen of Red Bull.
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Two thieves are seen breaking into a compound drive away with a container full of dental products.
Scotland’s first minister says a referendum could be held within two years despite Covid making “everything harder”.
The former officer signed a witness’s name on a statement during an inquiry into a woman’s murder.
Dame Cressida Dick has come under fire from victims of police injustice who called for her to go.
Jurgen Klopp says the “only people who get punished are players and clubs” as Liverpool’s Brazil players face a ban this weekend over Covid-19 protocols.
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The brother of a girl who is missing-presumed-dead says her killer had a history of violence.
Scott Walker is jailed for a minimum of 32 years for killing Bernadette Walker, who called him “Dad”.