Flight attendants with Ukraine’s SkyUp say the new uniform is much better for their health.
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British number two Cameron Norrie beats world number five Andrey Rublev of Russia to reach the San Diego Open final
An ex-gang member turned exploitation consultant explains the role of females within a gang structure.
Disability campaigners including Adam Pearson oppose an Elephant Man dissection show.
Donald Russell, 94, and his son Sam are building a Gothic-inspired edifice in the French countryside.
Glass-cutting in County Tyrone was once world-renowned, and the craft in the area dates back to 1771.
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John Thomson spent a decade during the 19th century capturing images from all walks of life in the Far East.
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Women’s Super League champions Chelsea continue their fine start to the campaign with a 3-1 victory over Brighton at Kingsmeadow.
Match of the Day’s Gary Lineker, Ian Wright and Danny Murphy debate whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision not to start Cristiano Ronaldo cost Manchester United against Everton.
The home secretary will promise tougher sentences, after a series of recent climate demonstrations.
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The four-day event begins amid a backdrop petrol shortages, and rising food and energy costs.
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he does not understand why some people refuse the coronavirus vaccine.
The mounting questions facing police following Wayne Couzens’ conviction continues to dominate the papers.
Demonstrations against Jair Bolsonaro take place in more than 160 towns and cities.
Canadian Mohammed Khalifa, who narrated IS videos, played a key propaganda role, prosecutors say.
There was a familiar celebration at Old Trafford on Saturday, but not from the player you might expect.
Managers Thomas Tuchel and Ralph Hasenhuttl bemoan key refereeing decisions after Chelsea beat 10-man Southampton 3-1.
Rallies are held in all 50 states amid fears that abortion rights are being rolled back.
Police Scotland introduces new safeguards in the wake of the murder of Sarah Everard.
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Brighton are left to rue several missed opportunities as Arsenal claim a point at Amex Stadium.
Ministers meeting in Milan hear calls for sweeping carbon cuts ahead of the COP26 climate summit.
Two goals from Arsenal captain Kim Little and a 40-yard lob from Katie McCabe help the Gunners ease past Aston Villa in the Women’s Super League.
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Watch highlights of Saturday’s Scottish Premiership matches on Sportscene from BBC Scotland.
Arsenal maintain their 100% start to the Women’s Super League season with victory over Aston Villa at Villa Park.
Many venues have not asked for proof of vaccination this weekend because of bugs in the app.
Mick Cullen, who walks in swimming trunks, is told he cannot stay “dressed like this.”
Hearts continue their impressive unbeaten league start by dispatching Motherwell at Tynecastle to move top of the Scottish Premiership.
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount answers questions put to him by schoolchildren, including whether he likes women’s football and if he’s a better dancer than his friend Declan Rice.
Some of the images of the ceremony, which included some pre-recorded elements due to Covid restrictions.
Leeds pick up their first victory in the Premier League this season as defender Diego Llorente returns from injury to score the winner over Watford.
Chelsea score two late goals as Thomas Tuchel’s side bounce back from consecutive defeats against Southampton to move top of the Premier League.
Jorja Halliday, from Portsmouth, was due to have her coronavirus vaccination on the day she died.
Britain’s Lizzie Deignan takes a sensational breakaway win in the first edition of the women’s Paris-Roubaix.
Anna Taylor, from Cumbria, climbed routes listed in Ken Wilson’s renowned guidebook Classic Rock.
The people of La Palma describe their struggles following a volcanic eruption which began two weeks ago.
Clayton, Dubilier & Rice is highest bidder in the battle for the UK’s fourth-largest supermarket group.
Chris Eubank Jr’s fight with Anatoli Muratov is called off after concerns are raised over Muratov’s pre-fight medicals by the BBBofC.
There is an air of crisis in British policing this weekend as it faces a great moment of reckoning.
Lytham Windmill, built on the Lancashire coast in 1805, draws thousands of visitors every year.
Women’s Super League champions Chelsea continue their fine start to the campaign with victory over Brighton at Kingsmeadow.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct is considering whether to take action over Steve Turner.
The government is issuing 300 visas to overseas fuel tanker drivers ‘immediately’ to ease delivery issues.
The health secretary says he will not delay the November deadline for workers to be fully vaccinated.
Environmental activists are protesting against the emissions caused by private flights in Farnborough.
Saracens agree a £32m takeover deal that will see a consortium of investors acquire a majority controlling stake in the club.
The radio host must pay the families of victims after calling the Sandy Hook school shooting a “hoax”.
A man attacked two people on Regent Street before entering a pub to assault two others.
The surprise announcement has fuelled speculation that his daughter will run for president next year.
A ”croc” leaps from the water to take down a drone in Darwin, Australia.
Bryson DeChambeau bows out in the final after making the last eight of the Professional Longest Drive Association World Championship.
But there has been a “distinct improvement” in other parts of the UK, retailers say.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday.
A 14-year-old referee was shouted and sworn at by parents during a game in West Yorkshire.