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Facing a rebellion in his party, Boris Johnson tells MPs that England's new rules could end in nine weeks. Go to article - Covid: Boris Johnson writes to MPs to quell anger over new tiers
Esther Dingley disappeared on a solo hike during a six-year journey through Europe in a campervan. Go to article - Durham van traveller Esther Dingley missing in Pyrenees
The former bodybuilder was also given an MBE for his long-running role as the Green Cross Code Man. Go to article - Dave Prowse: Darth Vader actor dies aged 85
BBC correspondents across the east Africa region explain the impact for Ethiopia and its neighbours. Go to article - Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: What does it mean for the east Africa region?
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday. Go to article - Covid-19: PM's appeal to Tory MPs, and anti-lockdown protest arrests
The family of Saskia Jones, who was killed in the 2019 attack, are to work with the government. Go to article - London Bridge victim Saskia Jones's family in security law call
A surge in travel is expected when restrictions across the UK are eased between 23 and 27 December. Go to article - Coronavirus: Suspend peak rail fares over Christmas, says Labour
The threats come from loyalist paramilitaries, according to the National Union of Journalists (NUJ). Go to article - 'Imminent' UDA threats made against Sunday World journalists
Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller becomes the first woman to play in an elite Power 5 match. Go to article - American football: Sarah Fuller makes history as first woman in a Power 5 game
The Australian city recorded a minimum overnight temperature of 25.4C. Go to article - Sydney records hottest November night on record
The two nations have expelled each other's envoys over a historical dispute dating back a century. Go to article - Serbia and Montenegro expel respective ambassadors
Mike Tyson ends 15 years of inactivity and shares an entertaining draw with Roy Jones Jr in Los Angeles. Go to article - Boxing legends Tyson and Jones share draw
Sunday's papers are dominated by the new tier system, which has divided the Conservative party. Go to article - The Papers: Tory MPs' hospital anger, and PM 'in retreat'
A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "monochrome". Go to article - Your pictures on the theme of 'monochrome'
The case of the three Khachaturyan sisters accused of killing their father sent shockwaves through Russia. Go to article - Khachaturyan sisters: A murder trial that shocked Russia
Star Wars' John Boyega is set to star in the true story of a black police officer in 1980s London. Go to article - Leroy Logan: Who is the Met Police officer in Steve McQueen's Red, White and Blue?
Until she found her social media "safe space", Shaz says she didn't know there were others like her. Go to article - TikTok: 'I didn’t know other LGBT Muslims existed'
How an anonymous group of female artists challenged the status quo in New York's art world Go to article - The 'guerrilla girls' who changed the art world
Hurricanes Eta and Iota left more than 150,000 people in Honduras homeless and many lost everything. Go to article - In pictures: Hurricanes leave Hondurans homeless and destitute
The soap has been forced to "go back to brass tacks" to mark its birthday, its producer says. Go to article - Coronation Street: Pandemic sees soap scrap 60th anniversary stunt
A rare wetland plant has reappeared after not being seen for more than a century. Go to article - Surprise discovery of rare plant at Norfolk 'ghost pond'
A quick look at just some stories you may have missed this week. Go to article - ICYMI: Penguins in public and music for monkeys
Former prisoner Marc Conway remembers the London Bridge attack one year on. Go to article - London Bridge attack: 'I think about it every single day'
How did 16 policemen come to be deported from the British Isles to Nazi-occupied Europe? Go to article - The 'Robin Hood' policemen who stole from the Nazis
Students have lost hundreds of days of education to Covid and self-isolation. How are they coping? Go to article - Covid and schools: 'Children know things aren't right'
The star discusses writing Back For Good in 15 minutes, and how Morecambe and Wise inspired a new song. Go to article - Gary Barlow: 'I'm not as confident as I was at 21'
Few organisations have taken a bigger hit from coronavirus than the Serbian Orthodox Church Go to article - Serbia coronavirus: The Church losing its leaders to the pandemic
Iran's top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated on Friday. Go to article - Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: What were the motives behind his killing?
Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy made a fortune in doughnuts then lost it all to gambling. Go to article - The Donut King who went full circle - from rags to riches, twice
How a lawsuit from an ex-Trump lawyer full of baseless voter fraud claims went viral. Go to article - The Kraken: What is it and why has Trump's ex-lawyer released it?
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp sarcastically congratulates a TV journalist on James Milner's injury and calls Chris Wilder "selfish". Go to article - Klopp sarcastically congratulates BT over Milner injury & calls Wilder 'selfish'
England head coach Eddie Jones says his side have still not reached their peak as they prepare to face France in the Autumn Nations Cup final. Go to article - 'It's our grand final of 2020' - Jones wants display that 'lights up people's eyes' against France
Lewis Hamilton remains imperious in Bahrain - just don't ask him about tyres. Go to article - Hamilton imperious as tyre debate heats up - all you need to know before Bahrain GP
British heavyweight Joe Joyce lands an upset win by stopping Daniel Dubois in 10 rounds to move closer to a world-title shot. Go to article - Joe Joyce stuns Daniel Dubois to move closer to world-title shot
Looking back 25 years to when Colin McRae, became the first British driver to win the World Rally Championship. Go to article - 'He is up there with Senna' - remembering Colin McRae's WRC title 25 years on
Manchester City were at their attacking best against Burnley, so is it a sign of things to come or are there underlying problems to resolve? Go to article - Man City rediscover scoring form - but do their attacking issues remain?
A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms that mean you may have coronavirus. Go to article - Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?
We answer some of your questions about the Oxford vaccine. Go to article - Covid: When does England's lockdown actually end? And other questions
England will move to a tougher version of tiered coronavirus restrictions when lockdown ends next week. Go to article - Covid: What are the new tiers and lockdown rules in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?
Restrictions on social gatherings may be eased so families can get together for the festive period. Go to article - Covid: Seven things that may be different this Christmas
New rules for pubs in England come into effect on 2 December after the second lockdown ends. Go to article - Covid: What are the new rules for pubs and restaurants?
Travellers arriving from almost all other countries must self-isolate on entry to the UK. Go to article - Covid: What are the quarantine rules when arriving in the UK?
England is moving out of national restrictions into a tougher tier system than before. But why? Go to article - Covid: Has England's lockdown worked?
Some people might want to consider it during the pandemic. Here's why. Go to article - Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D?
Tier three areas of England will be offered mass testing after a successful pilot in Liverpool. Go to article - Covid: What is mass testing and how does it work?
A question everyone's asking: what's my Covid risk? Here's how to find out. Go to article - Covid risk: 3 people, 3 very different Covid risks. What's yours?
Use our search tool to find out about coronavirus rules and restrictions where you live. Go to article - Lockdown rules: What Covid tier is your area in and what are the restrictions?
Prof Robin Shattock, head of Mucosal Infection and Immunity at Imperial College, answers viewers' questions. Go to article - Your coronavirus vaccine questions answered
Over three-quarters of people in northern England and the Midlands are facing the toughest restrictions. Go to article - Coronavirus restrictions: Why is so much of the North and Midlands in tier 3?
Some trial volunteers were given shots half the planned strength, so how does that affect the results? Go to article - Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid vaccine 'dose error' explained
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area. Go to article - Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work? Go to article - Coronavirus: How to get a Covid test
Restrictions will be temporarily eased around the UK, but there are still rules about what you can do. Go to article - Christmas Covid rules: Who are you allowed to see?
The three brothers were taken in by their grandparents in a two-bed bungalow. Go to article - DIY SOS orphaned boys get 'dream' home
Special advisors are on hand around the clock to make sure the show's stars get language right. Go to article - I'm A Celeb: The man teaching Ant and Dec to speak Welsh
A pub that survived World War Two and the North Sea flood of 1953 now takes on Covid-19. Go to article - Covid-19: 'Why we took on a Jaywick pub in the pandemic'
Experts restore rare "flipbook" films of Wick, thought to be some of Scotland's earliest movies. Go to article - Historic Kinora 'flipbook footage' of Wick saved for the future
Intensive care nurse Valerie Bednar has inspired the design of a custom-fitted mask for NHS workers. Go to article - Covid: Fitted face masks designed after nurse's struggle