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The PM says her Brexit deal is "at risk", as her performance at an EU summit is called "bad" by diplomats.
Chelsea say fans who sang an anti-Semitic chant in the Europa League game with MOL Vidi have "shamed the club".
Manchester United's group stage record show one of the big teams will fancy them as they await the Champions League last 16 draw.
You will decide this year's greatest sporting moment - here are the contenders for 2018's award, and how to vote for your choice.
Blogger Arooj Aftab explains why wearing oversized clothes is more than just a fashion statement for her.
New research suggests that people have not taken up faster services, even though they are available.
The clothing has been used in demonstrations on a wide variety of subjects, in countries across Europe. But what's behind the vest, and what's its future?
From ejecting members of the public to questions about his robotic alter ego, the QT host has had some memorable moments during 25 years in the hot seat.
From animated YouTubers to computer-generated Instagram models, new meaning is being given to the term 'manufactured personality'.
Ruba and Saqib both carry a gene for I-cell disorder, which means their children have a one-in-four chance of dying in early childhood.
Weary delegates enter the last official day of UN climate talks with many critical issues undecided.
Two-year-old Khazanchi is at the centre of a fight involving two families, villages and politicians.
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world during the past seven days?
Toll collectors reminisce as their booths are removed from the crossings between south Wales and England.
Young and vulnerable people are being exploited by drug gangs from large urban areas in a practice called County Lines.
The families of three people with learning difficulties tell the BBC all their teeth were taken out.
Celtic scrape into the last 32 of the Europa League on a night of astonishing drama thanks to a late Rosenborg goal in Leipzig.
Anthony Joshua says he's willing to fight WBC champion Deontay Wilder in April and told the American "I'm running the game".
Steven Gerrard's Rangers fail to reach the Europa League last 32 as Rapid Vienna progress thanks to a late Dejan Ljubicic winner in Austria.
Nasa's Juno mission to Jupiter has reached its halfway mark and revealed spectacular views of the planet's polar storms.
The New York Times is sent thousands of tales of accidental eye contact on the Tube and badly made tea.
The return of Mary Poppins saw the Royal Albert Hall transformed into Cherry Tree Lane for its European premiere.
Everyone knows Silent Night, but contemporary carols are still being written. We meet the composers.
From pigs-in-blankets tea to Christmas tree crisps, retailers are pushing the boundaries with festive food.
Some people take window-shopping to the next level. Sue Elliott-Nicholls describes the escapist allure of a posh fitting room.
As the EU threatens to end Cambodia's tariff-free status, textile workers fear it could lead to factory closures and job losses.
As the BBC drama Mrs Wilson ends, Alexander Wilson's family don't know what to believe, his grandson writes.
David McGreavy murdered and mutilated three young children 45 years ago, a crime that remains as shocking as it was inexplicable.