The lone insect found in Surrey may be a stowaway or part of an undiscovered population.
Tyson Fury goads Deontay Wilder into a shouting match at the final news conference before their latest meeting, telling his rival to “retire”.
Fears of a big spike in job losses as the government scheme finishes may be unfounded, early data suggests.
Boss Pat Gelsinger said the chip-maker would “absolutely” have considered the UK if it was part of the EU.
Lionel Messi spent 21 years at Barcelona. BBC Sport’s Guillem Balague reports on his first two months with new club Paris St-Germain.
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Consumers should be prepared for volatile gas prices and more suppliers collapsing, analysts say.
Simon Jack interview on how the chocolate and ice cream giant is cleaning up its act
Council tax in England could jump within the next three years, the Institute for Fiscal Studies says.
Reaction to Boris Johnson’s Tory Party conference speech dominates the newspaper front pages.
His legal team believes the sealed document will end a case brought by his accuser, Virginia Giuffre.
Former British number one Johanna Konta was “watching in awe” as successor Emma Raducanu claimed the US Open title.
The Brighton and Hove Albion player was arrested at a nightclub in Brighton.
But Boris Johnson says an extra £3,000 will lure maths and science specialists to deprived areas.
Italy’s 37-game unbeaten run comes to an end as Spain beat them in an enthralling Nations League semi-final.
A Brazilian footballer has been charged with attempted murder after kicking a referee in the head during a lower league match.
Live text as Chelsea entertain Wolfsburg in the Women’s Champions League.
For the MPs elected in 2019, this was their first in-person conference.
Britons are no longer advised to avoid holidays to destinations including Bangladesh, Gambia and Fiji.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Tax jitters, selfies and Boris Johnson’s unique speaking style – key takeaways from Manchester.
The Saudi Arabian-backed takeover of Newcastle United potentially moves a step closer after the country resolves its TV piracy dispute with Qatar broadcaster beIN Sports.
Briton Joss Lowden finishes second in the first ever Women’s Tour of Britain time trial as Demi Vollering’s victory gives her the race lead in Atherstone.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen will soon give evidence to a parliamentary committee.
On this day in 2001, David Beckham scored a sumptuous free-kick that took England to the World Cup finals and made him an England legend.
Claims about growth, hospitals, life expectancy and wages checked.
England centre-back Fikayo Tomori says the end of his time at Chelsea was “difficult” but he is now “settled” at AC Milan.
The singer tells the BBC she is returning to the country of her birth after 30 years in the UK.
After years of trials, the vaccine has shown potential to save countless children’s lives.
The High Court says Sheikh Mohammed interfered with British justice during his divorce custody case.
A “total” disaster, a residents says, as the storm turns the sky orange in parts of São Paulo state.
The Manchester Arena Inquiry hears paramedics did not attend to John Atkinson for nearly 50 minutes.
The Home Office says a technical issue affecting self-service border checks has been resolved.
Bradford Pretty’s “abhorrent” Facebook post targeted Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka.
Mina Smallman, whose daughters were murdered in 2020, offers support and advice to Sarah’s parents.
Old Etonian has raised more than £70m for the Tory party
Tamara Padi was stabbed multiple times in her bedroom by her estranged husband, who lay in wait.
A gross misconduct notice has been issued to a police staff member over Davison’s shotgun licence.
It comes after the singer was found guilty of sex trafficking last month.
A new adaptation of French play Cyrano de Bergerac reimagines the lead character as having dwarfism.
Leaked 2018 grant proposal fuels theory that Covid-19 was created in lab
Keon Lincoln, 15, was repeatedly stabbed by a group of youths in Birmingham, jurors hear.
Documents, shared in online forums appear to show records of payments made to streamers.
Paris warns it could withhold crucial supplies if post-Brexit rules are not honoured
The UK’s gas benchmark price hits record highs on Wednesday after rising 37%.
Dillian Whyte and David Price tell the BBC Radio 5 Live Boxing podcast why Deontay Wilder’s ego might be his biggest issue against Tyson Fury.
Woman explains why it was difficult to end her civil partnership despite her wife’s affair.
Americans Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka will renew their rivalry when they go head-to-head in The Match in Las Vegas.
Boris Johnson tells his party conference that better housing and transport will “level up” society.
Boris Johnson defends £20-a-week cut by arguing that taxpayers should not ‘subsidise’ low pay
The £20-a-week top-up to universal credit was always meant to be temporary, the government says.
With the Premier League, club managers, politicians and football authorities all encouraging vaccinations, why are some players still hesitant – and what can be done?
England hold positive talks with Cricket Australia as they seek to move a step closer to confirming the Ashes can go ahead as planned.
There was blood on the handlebars, mud everywhere else. Lizzie Deignan looks back on her glorious win in a landmark race for women’s cycling.
England and Australia hold talks over entry requirements and quarantine concerns
Critics accuses the justice secretary of not understanding the definition of violence against women.
A Briton and a German have been awarded the chemistry Nobel for their work to build new molecules.
Shami Chakrabati says the inquiry into failings after Sarah Everard’s murder needs to be judge-led.
Two bills passed by MSPs will have to be amended after the Supreme Court upheld a challenge made by UK law officers.
Former product manager Frances Haugen claims social media giant is ‘putting profit over safety’