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  1. Downing Street party: Johnson to face MPs as Tories discuss his future

    The No 10 party row continues with reports more MPs are planning to ask for a no-confidence vote.
  2. Cost of living rises at fastest pace for 30 years

    The UK's cost of living surged by 5.4% in the 12 months to December, hitting its highest level since 1992.
  3. Covid: Boris Johnson expected to ease England's Plan B measures

    The decision on Plan B is "finely balanced" but current data is "encouraging", the government says.
  4. Covid: WHO warns pandemic not over amid Europe case records

    France reports nearly half a million new daily cases, with records also broken in Italy and Denmark.
  5. LGBT military ban: Veterans to share impact of rules in review, 20 years on

    Campaigners hope the outcome of review into the pre-2000 ban will entitle them to compensation.
  6. Tonga undersea cable needs 'at least' four weeks to repair: NZ

    Its only undersea cable was destroyed in an eruption, cutting it off from the rest of the world.
  7. US Capitol riot committee issues subpoena to Rudy Giuliani

    The former Trump lawyer is among four aides slapped with subpoenas by the congressional inquiry.
  8. Ukraine: Blinken flies to Europe amid Russia invasion fears

    Russia denies any plan to attack Ukraine but tensions are high as troops mass near the border.
  9. Untreated sewage regularly dumped illegally in UK rivers

    Analysis suggests seven water companies illegally dumped sewage thousands of times between 2017 and 2021.
  10. Depression rise at Christmas linked to stress over Covid

    Despite no lockdowns, a large survey found anxieties over being infected and long Covid were high.
  11. Man arrested after Australian child found dead in barrel

    A man has been charged with murder after a five-day search for a girl near Sydney, police say.
  12. Dairylea cheese ad banned for showing girl eating upside down

    Fourteen people complained about the advert, including one viewer who said a toddler had copied it.
  13. The papers: MPs 'plotting to oust Johnson', and Plan B update

    Most papers lead with the latest on the No 10 party row - with reports of Tories planning the PM's demise.
  14. Tonga tsunami: Before and after eruption

    Satellite and aerial images show impact of eruption of underwater volcano near Tonga island chain.
  15. CEO Secrets: 'The traditional job interview is dead'

    Rachael Flanagan, founder and CEO of cleaning company Mrs Buckét, shares her business advice.
  16. Is historic Rome villa the world's most valuable property?

    The BBC’s Rome correspondent Mark Lowen takes a look inside Villa Aurora, which failed to sell at auction.
  17. Joe Biden: Scoring the US president's first year in office

    Highs and lows of the president's first year - in six charts.
  18. In pictures: Stunning Wolf Moon dazzles around the world

    Photographers across the globe captured the lunar event alongside some spectacular landscapes.
  19. Team GB gymnasts join defibrillator campaign

    Becky and Ellie Downie have joined a defibrillator campaign after their brother suffered a cardiac arrest.
  20. Purges and piranhas: Why we love a crazy North Korea story

    North Korea is frequently the subject of news stories in Western media. But many stories are unfounded or blown out of proportion.
  21. Mexico missing: 'If I find a body, I recover a piece of my son'

    With nearly 100,000 disappeared people in Mexico, families have taken on the search themselves.
  22. Covid-19: The theatre understudies stepping up to save the show

    As Covid-19 ravages theatres, cast and crew are filling major roles to ensure productions go ahead.
  23. Winter Olympics 2022: China sells Xinjiang as a winter sports hub

    Many foreign firms hoping to ride the Olympics boom are investing heavily in the troubled region.
  24. Somali survivor: The resilience of living through serial suicide attacks

    Former BBC reporter Mohamed Moalimu is recovering after being targeted on Sunday in Somalia.
  25. Should bad science be taken off social media?

    A Royal Society report recommends against censoring scientific misinformation online.
  26. Andy Murray column: Australian Open return & Cristiano Ronaldo-style celebrations

    In his first BBC Sport column at the Australian Open, Andy Murray talks about his thrilling opening win and blocking out Cristiano Ronaldo-style 'Siuuuu' celebrations.
  27. Ashling Murphy: 'Community is needed to overcome such evil'

    Mourners say "nothing is going to be the same again" after the killing of Ashling Murphy.
  28. 5G phones: How serious is the threat to US flights?

    Ten leading US airlines are warning that the imminent rollout of 5G services could be disastrous.
  29. Specialist mental health unit failures exposed by patients

    Patients say they’ve been placed in unsafe environments, often far from home.
  30. Anti-vax protests: ‘Sovereign citizens’ fight UK Covid vaccine rollout

    Activists with anti-vax beliefs are taking "direct action" against hospitals and schools.
  31. NHS Tracker: How is the NHS in your area coping this winter?

    Winter and Covid are putting the NHS under severe strain, find out what's happening in your area.
  32. 'You sit on the bus and think 'where are we going?'' - Tuchel says tiredness hurting Chelsea after Brighton draw

    Thomas Tuchel says Chelsea's players are "tired mentally and physically" after their 1-1 draw at Brighton.
  33. Zak Brown: McLaren boss says no sprint events in 2022 a possibility

    Formula 1 is in danger of not having any sprint events this year as a result of a stand-off over money, says McLaren boss Zak Brown.
  34. Nadal cruises into Australian Open third round

    Rafael Nadal eases past Yannick Hanfmann to reach the third round of the Australian Open and continue his bid for a 21st Grand Slam tile.
  35. Jose Mourinho: Is Portuguese manager running out of time at Roma?

    Jose Mourinho was once dismissive of the Europa League - now Europe's new third-tier Conference League could be key to his chances of success as manager at Roma.
  36. Ghana dumped out by debutants Comoros in one of Afcon's greatest shocks

    Ghana suffer a humiliating group-stage exit at the Nations Cup as the four-time champions are beaten 3-2 by debutants Comoros.
  37. Fulham become first English side in 88 years to score six or more in three straight matches

    Fulham put six past Birmingham, for a third thumping win in a row, to move five points clear at the top of the Championship.
  38. What is the UK's inflation rate and why is the cost of living going up?

    The cost of living is at its highest rate for 10 years and is expected to increase further.
  39. How Gen Z is dealing with cost of living crisis

    The rising cost of living is affecting everyone - but it's been particularly tough on young people.
  40. Why are gas prices so high and what is happening to fuel bills?

    Businesses and householders face a rise in energy bills, and many energy suppliers have gone bust.
  41. Are we paying too much at the pump?

    Fuel retailers face calls to reduce prices, as the cost of living rises
  42. Energy bills: 'I am already paying an extra £60 a month'

    Some people are paying many hundreds of pounds more for domestic energy ahead of widespread price rises.
  43. What are the latest Covid rules for the UK?

    Scotland lifts restrictions on indoor events and social mixing that were introduced after Christmas.
  44. Covid: How to look after yourself at home

    What can you expect if you have Covid, and when should you get extra help?
  45. When can I have a booster jab and how do I book one?

    Some companies are cutting sick pay for unvaccinated staff who have to isolate after exposure to Covid.
  46. Omicron symptoms: Is a runny nose a cold or Covid?

    Could a runny nose be a sign you have Omicron?
  47. Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?

    Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
  48. What are the Covid self-isolation rules now?

    People with Covid in England will be able to end self-isolation after five days, subject to two negative tests.
  49. Long Covid: What is it and what are the symptoms?

    Significant numbers of people have had long-term problems after recovering from coronavirus.
  50. Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?

    Charts and maps tracking the progress of Covid vaccination programmes.
  51. What are the Covid rules in schools and will they stay open this term?

    Schools have reopened across the UK with a variety of Covid restrictions in place.
  52. How do I get a lateral flow test or a PCR?

    Across the UK, people without symptoms no longer have to confirm a positive LFT result with a PCR.
  53. What Covid tests do I need to travel abroad?

    France is softening its entry requirements for vaccinated travellers from the UK.
  54. Covid rules: What are the restrictions in your area?

    Use our search tool to find out about coronavirus rules and restrictions where you live.
  55. Omicron: How do I know if I have it?

    The symptoms are similar to a cold, while genetic analysis is the only way to confirm the variant.
  56. Coronavirus treatments: What progress is being made?

    Medical teams around the world are learning which medicines work best against Covid.
  57. Covid: What are the social distancing rules?

    Scotland and Wales are relaxing some of their restrictions around gatherings and mixing with others.
  58. Covid passports: Where do I need a pass and how do I get one?

    Covid pass schemes are in operation throughout the UK for both indoor and outdoor venues.
  59. Omicron: What are the rules for face coverings and masks?

    Face coverings are now recommended in secondary classrooms in England.
  60. Secret audio sheds light on toppled dictator’s frantic last hours

    The BBC has obtained extraordinary recordings believed to be of phone calls made by Tunisian ex president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali as he flew out of the country in 2011.
  61. Lea Campos: The Brazilian who battled prejudice & patriarchy to become a referee

    Lea Campos battled opponents in the Brazilian establishment to achieve her dream and blaze a trail for others to follow.
  62. Census 1921 - 100-year-old secrets revealed

    Digitised pages of the 1921 Census reveal glimpses of the lives of the 38 million people living in England and Wales a century ago.
  63. Look familiar? How rapid tests changed the pandemic

    Lateral flow tests are now part of UK life, with billions spent on test kits. Has it been worth it?