Get Baked, in Leeds, is told to stop using US-made cake decorations containing prohibited additive.
A mix of stories lead Thursday’s front pages, including worries over the retail industry’s supply chain problems.
Laurie Cunningham was the first Briton to sign for Real Madrid, a pioneer at a time when there were few black players in the English game.
World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now threatens every aspect of human life.
British number two Cameron Norrie edges past American Tommy Paul to reach the quarter-finals of the Indian Wells Masters.
The World Health Organization unveils a new group to examine the emergence of the virus more closely.
Pernille Harder scores as Chelsea secure their first win in this season’s Women’s Champions League with an impressive victory at Juventus.
Police say a man using a bow and arrows killed and wounded several people in the town of Kongsberg.
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Watford boss Claudio Ranieri believes he could surpass Roy Hodgson as the Premier League’s oldest manager.
Doctors who came into the public eye during Covid received death threats and harassment.
The comedian and author made the decision to leave the competition because of ill health.
Azeem Rafiq has received a heavily-redacted version of the findings of the report into racism allegations made against his former club Yorkshire.
Yet more small suppliers have been caught between soaring energy costs and the UK’s price cap.
The Star Trek actor becomes the oldest person to go to space.
MPs and Peers back a campaign against replacing some of the vocational qualifications with T-levels.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Chloe McCardel completed her 44th swim of the Channel on Wednesday.
Claudia Webbe was accused of using a misogynistic insult and threatening the woman with acid.
Before his side’s FA Cup tie at Stockport, Stamford defender and former reality TV contestant Stacey Freeman explains why he says a prayer before each game.
Wales and Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks reveals he has been diagnosed with Stage 2 Hodgkin Lymphoma cancer.
Daisy, who could ride a bike aged two, has thousands of fans online.
Senior ministers had reportedly argued about who should have use of grace-and-favour home Chevening.
Research shows the US taking the top spot for global mining following a crackdown in China.
The app widely used to prove vaccination status for travel suffered an outage Wednesday.
Coronavirus deaths have fallen in the region’s ‘Covid capital’ – but Britain may be facing tough winter
Stephen Port was jailed after he raped and murdered four men using fatal overdoses of the drug GHB.
It follows unease with the depictions of black women and references to slavery in the hit song.
The approval of tax cuts and a plan to buy fuel collectively were put forward as energy prices soar.
Police women told BBC Newsnight that misogyny continues to shape work culture in the Met.
Lorry driver shortages are contributing to delays at key port
Amnesty calls for meeting with the Premier League over owners’ and directors’ test
Scotland select South Africa-born Sharks back-row Dylan Richardson for a two-day training camp before their first autumn international.
Companies are offering dietary advice based on customers’ propensity for certain heath conditions.
Agnes Tirop, a two-time World Athletics Championships medallist, has been found dead at her home in Kenya.
Billy Hood claims he was forced to sign a confession in Arabic despite not speaking the language.
The author is refusing to sell rights to Israel-based publisher to print her latest novel in Hebrew
GDP is boosted by reopening of hospitality and leisure, but licenced premises remain in limbo
‘Greedy babies’ forced to share 115-room country mansion in Kent
Leo Varadkar speaks out after Dominic Cummings says the UK had never meant to stick to Brexit deal.
Williams have announced plans to be climate positive by 2030, as the sport advances into becoming more sustainable.
Campaigners secure judicial review of rules that order ministers and officials to delete instant message chats.
Sunderland University’s website, IT and phones are down but teaching will continue if possible.
After returning from a 20-month injury, former Ballon d’Or winner Ada Hegerberg tells BBC Sport she “feels like a kid again”.
The EU is outlining new proposals for the Northern Ireland Protocol.
The BBC Sports Personality of the Year show will take place live on BBC One on 19 December from MediaCity in Salford.
Police make 16 arrests in the group’s 13th day of protest in the past five weeks.
Pandemic and staff shortages trigger total chaos at detention facility ‘notorious for violence and neglect’
A new report says that 86% of black musicians have faced barriers because of their race.
Flanker Thomas Young will join Cardiff next season from Wasps to link up with his father Dai and is available for Wales selection immediately.
Many fans have defended the girl and jokingly compared her to Chinese folk heroine Mulan.
Tributes are paid to respected golf broadcaster and journalist Renton Laidlaw, who has died, aged 82.
The guidance comes as the UK’s biggest commercial port Felixstowe, says the situation is improving.
Kerry Roberts and Tammy Kirkwood work together to raise awareness of the consequences of MDMA.
Will the manager get a new contract? Will the captain continue playing? We examine some of the key questions around the current condition of the Northern Ireland team.
Scotland match-winner Lyndon Dykes “sometimes doesn’t get the credit he deserves”, says head coach Steve Clarke after a nervous night in the Faroe Islands.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
The Korean drama is Netflix’s biggest debut hit, with 111 million users in its first 28 days.
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The mystery illness has sickened US diplomats around the world since it was first reported in 2016.