The Public Accounts Committee is “increasingly alarmed” about key parts of the rail project.
Around 150 animals were evacuated to the UK, along with Paul “Pen” Farthing and animal shelter staff.
The focus is on the future of UK-US trade after the Washington DC meeting between Boris Johnson and Joe Biden.
Sharon Graham insists she is not snubbing party leader Keir Starmer but it’s a matter of priorities.
A coroner says the 22-year-old’s death was a homicide but gives no details as to how she died.
The UK prime minister and US president are holding talks in Washington after attending the UN.
Championship side QPR upset Everton on penalties, after 2-2 draw, to reach the last 16 of the Carabao Cup.
Two late goals give Championship side Stoke City a surprise win over a wasteful Watford in the Carabao Cup third round.
Andy Murray fights back from a set down to defeat world number 26 Ugo Humbert in the first round of the Moselle Open.
Scotland cruise to victory against the Faroe Islands in their first ever qualifier at Hampden Park to maintain a perfect start to their World Cup bid.
Holders Manchester City came from behind against League One Wycombe to reach the 16 of the Carabao Cup.
It’s eight years after Noel Gallagher praised the event because “clowns like One Direction” don’t win.
Takumi Minamino scores twice as Liverpool beat fellow Premier League side Norwich City to reach the Carabao Cup fourth round.
Ellen White, Alex Greenwood and Millie Bright each score twice as England thump Luxembourg in their one-sided Women’s World Cup qualifier.
Europe captain Padraig Harrington delivers ‘powerful’ opening message to his players at the start of Ryder Cup week in Whistling Straits.
Alongside top exhibitions, its café became a canteen offering free school meals during the pandemic.
Wales make it two wins from two games in World Cup qualifying despite being frustrated by Estonia in Tallinn.
Lea Tahuhu stars with the ball for New Zealand as England slip to a three-wicket defeat in the third game of the five-match one-day international series.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
Bjorn Ulvaeus launches a campaign to ensure musicians don’t miss out on unpaid royalties.
The army are to provide 88 drivers and 15 support staff to help ease pressure on the Scottish Ambulance Service.
But some fans question if crypto-assets and football are a good mix.
An Afghan interpreter affected by an email data breach at the MoD says he feels betrayed by the UK.
New leader of the Unite union Sharon Graham criticises proposals to change the rules to elect future a Labour leader.
All employees will be given the right to request flexible working, under government proposals.
Prime minister to travel by rail for meeting with ‘train nut’ president where Afghanistan and climate change will be discussed
Hungary are ordered to play two matches behind closed doors by Fifa following the racism English players experienced at the World Cup qualifier in Budapest on 2 September.
Joe Biden calls for joint action on world problems in his first speech to UN General Assembly as US president.
The parents of the teenager, killed in 2019, had filed a claim for damages against Anne Sacoolas.
Brendan Mullin, 57, faces nine counts of theft and five of false accounting.
Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks to the BBC’s John Simpson about events in neighbouring Afghanistan.
Martin Whitmarsh is to oversee Aston Martin’s F1 project as chief executive officer of Aston Martin Performance Technologies.
The climate activists have blocked M25 repeatedly over past week
Watch as New Zealand’s Lea Tahuhu dismantles England’s early batting order claiming the opening four wickets during the third ODI.
Third-degree burns didn’t prevent Para-triathlete Lauren Parker from winning her category at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships.
It comes after one industry group warned shoppers could start noticing gaps on shelves within days.
It’s harder than ever for the BBC to maintain impartiality, the corporation’s director general says.
The PM urges people not to worry about putting food on the table, amid rising prices and shortage fears.
A surge in gas prices has prompted fears of hard times ahead – but how bad could it get?
Terri Harris and her children Lacey and John Paul were found dead with Lacey’s friend Connie Gent.
Investors fear collapse of debt-laden firm could trigger global financial contagion
It follows a data breach involving email addresses of dozens of Afghan interpreters who worked for UK forces.
Images which seem to show border agents on horseback driving migrants back spark an investigation.
The personal reflections on the Duke of Edinburgh’s sense of humour are part of a BBC documentary.
How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss speaks to the US Secretary of State about “delivering justice”.
France accuses UK of ‘opportunism’ as row over Aukus security pact grows
Louise Powell says her baby died “due to errors” made after she went into labour in prison.
Nottingham Forest appoint Steve Cooper as head coach after they agree compensation with former club Swansea City.
Denis Sergeev is thought to have been the senior member of the Russian military intelligence team.
Too much happiness can stop the bears from searching for mates
Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed in Hotel Rwanda, has gone from national hero to enemy of the state.
Running back Aaron Jones scores four touchdown for the Green Bay Packers as they beat divisional rivals the Detroit Lions 35-17.
Russia responsible for killing of Alexander Litvinenko, spy who died in London of polonium poisoning in 2006, European court finds
Volvo hopes this electric car will play an important part in the EV scene
Watch highlights as Ronald Araujo’s injury-time header rescues a point for Barcelona at home to a struggling Granada side in La Liga.
Dash was a co-founder of the rock/R&B group Labelle, best known for their 1975 hit Lady Marmalade.
England boss Eddie Jones sets about a major shake-up in his squad by leaving out a host of big names for a training camp later this month.
Aaron Jones honours his late father by scoring four touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers beat the Detroit Lions.
The Canadian prime minister’s Liberal Party is projected to form another minority government.