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The PM will meet MPs to try and break the Brexit stalemate later, but Jeremy Corbyn insists no-deal must be ruled out.
Despite winning confidence vote, Mrs May faces a stand-off after Jeremy Corbyn snubs cross-party talks.
A school in one of London's poorest boroughs aims to send 41 students to Oxford or Cambridge this year.
Children at one squalid home seen by the BBC said they had been beaten and neglected by their carers.
Advertising watchdog threatens sanctions if retailers don't check whether they are selling real or fake fur.
An Edinburgh student is urging people to be more mindful when they interact with people with disabilities.
A no-deal Brexit would mean anyone planning to drive outside the UK would need an insurance Green Card.
More than 20 children with autism and anxiety are without educational provision, eight weeks after their old school closed.
House sale expectations for the next three months are at their lowest for two decades, estate agents warn.
Theresa May has won a no confidence vote in her government. But with her Brexit plan defeated, what now?
Could the UK maintain an open border with Ireland if there is no deal, asks BBC News NI's John Campbell.
Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a no confidence motion in Theresa May's government. Here's what happens now.
Winter weather at least meant a day off school. But now technology is threatening to keep pupils studying.
Tulip Siddiq was due to have an elective Caesarean section, but delayed it so she could vote on Brexit.
MPs have inflicted the biggest defeat on a serving government in modern history - how does it compare to previous losses?
Protests outside Parliament ahead of a crucial vote have been loud, passionate, colourful but - so far - peaceful.
How are the multiple inquiries into the government's investigation of Alex Salmond likely to play out?
"Immediate effect", "wish him every success" and "by mutual consent" - we look at six recent club statements announcing managerial departures.