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BBC News understands the complaint sparked a disciplinary process that confirmed the MP's misconduct. Go to article - Boris Johnson was made aware of formal Chris Pincher complaint
Police were involved after one of six bullying or sexual misconduct complaints, the corporation says. Go to article - Tim Westwood: BBC reveals complaints against DJ
Police warn further bodies could be found by emergency workers as they search the block of flats. Go to article - Bedford gas explosion: One dead as blast wrecks flats
Labour's leader says "we cannot afford to look back" as he sets out his plan to "make Brexit work". Go to article - Brexit: No case for UK returning to EU, Labour leader Starmer says
Kirtland Gill, 41, denies conspiracy to sell ammunition and possession of a prohibited weapon. Go to article - Coldstream Guard soldiers sold ammunition for cash, court hears
Young people following the #gentleminions TikTok trend are accused of disturbing others. Go to article - Minions: Cinemas ban teens in suits over #gentleminions trend
A Premier League and international footballer is arrested on suspicion of rape in north London. Go to article - Premier League player arrested on suspicion of rape in north London
Councils in Wales may control the number of holiday lets and second homes in their area. Go to article - Second homes: Welsh councils to get powers to set limit
The Foreign Office says it is supporting the family of a British woman in hospital. Go to article - Towie: Yazmin Oukhellou stable in hospital after crash which killed man
The government says having male and female facilities in all new premises will help women's safety. Go to article - New public buildings must have separate male and female toilets, says minister
With Luhansk region entirely in Russia's hands, its president orders the offensive to be continued. Go to article - Ukraine war: Putin presses on after Lysychansk capture
Pret A Manger's stores outside London now account for most of the sandwich chain's growth. Go to article - Pret sales jump as it focuses on towns and suburbs
Fresh questions about what the PM knew of the Chris Pincher claims feature in Tuesday's papers. Go to article - The Papers: Johnson 'did know about Pincher' and UK on go-slow
Dean William was approached by one of the star's team before Saturday's sold-out BST Hyde Park gig. Go to article - The story behind Adele's Hyde Park Pride flag
Wimbledon brings tennis to the spotlight every summer, though how does the sport work when you're blind? Go to article - Wimbledon: How does tennis work when you're blind?
Teams have been deployed to rescue a cargo ship that is stranded off the coast of Australia. Go to article - Rescuers try to save stranded cargo ship near Sydney
A British holidaymaker was arrested after posting a bomb threat on social media. Go to article - Commercial flight escorted by fighter jet after bomb hoax
TV cook Big Zuu reflects on his Dave show's double Bafta win and the importance of representation. Go to article - Big Zuu on breaking the mould for cookery shows
Nicola Chan had non-purging bulimia and disordered eating, now she's helping others. Go to article - 'I use my eating disorder experience to help others'
Scientists discover the first new species of giant water lily in more than a century. Go to article - Scientists discover new giant water lily species
Cern physicist Dr Andre David describes the moment scientists found the ‘God particle’ Go to article - Finding the Higgs: ‘Incredible’ moment in science
Jenny Agutter and her new co-stars travel to Oakworth, 52 years after the classic film's release. Go to article - The Railway Children sequel gets premiere at original Yorkshire station
A hairdresser in Wales is collecting her customers' hair and turning it into something useful. Go to article - Using human hair to fight oil spills
More than 100 women drive miles on decorated tractors on a journey to raise £1m for a cancer charity. Go to article - Pink Ladies' Tractor Road Run helps breast cancer research
Watch Sue Barker receive a standing ovation from the Centre Court crowd after John McEnroe pays an emotional tribute to the BBC presenter. Go to article - Emotional Sue Barker gets Centre Court ovation
Katie Abey from Derbyshire illustrated the TV favourites' book about mental health. Go to article - 'Drawing doodles for Ant and Dec was my dream job'
The BBC spent time with staff before they had to stop work and turn patients away. Go to article - Inside a US abortion clinic in its final days
Instead of the full event, community elders were honoured at St Paul's Carnival in Bristol. Go to article - St Paul's Carnival: Scaled-down event honours elders
Michael Sheen speaks to young people in care as part of a BBC investigation into the system. Go to article - Michael Sheen: I broke down hearing kids' care stories
A Methodist minister tells of his struggle with sexuality and how he was sent for conversion therapy. Go to article - Conversion therapy: 'I thought God hated me because I was gay'
Better data and real-time software is allowing companies to improve the precision of flood warnings. Go to article - Australia's devastating floods spur new warning systems
Why are UK pump prices at record highs, and when might they fall? Go to article - Fuel prices: Why is petrol so expensive in the UK?
Sir Keir Starmer's vow to "make Brexit work" feels like a moment for Labour after years of argument. Go to article - Chris Mason: Why Labour's leader has made peace with Brexit
People near the scene of Sunday's shooting say police did a good job in getting them to safety. Go to article - Copenhagen shooting: Harry Styles fans praise Danish police for attack response
An Indian man, pretending to be a missing son, deceived the boy's family for over four decades. Go to article - Bihar: Their son vanished - then an imposter took over for 41 years
Driver Zhou Guanyu says the halo device saved his life after a horror crash at Silverstone on Sunday. Go to article - F1 British Grand Prix: What is halo and how does it save lives?
Welsh microchip producer has become a front-line in the tech war between the West and China. Go to article - China: Buyout of UK's largest microchip plant raises concerns
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact. Go to article - Cost of living: How can I save money on my food shop?
Wheelchair users were faced with steep hills and obscured views of the stage at the music festival. Go to article - Wireless Festival experience 'upsetting' for disabled fans
When Ben Raemers killed himself at the top of his game, it left many skateboarders asking questions. Go to article - Ben Raemers: The skateboarding hero who couldn't handle fame
Higgins' friends talk about the man whose death was the catalyst for change for people with HIV. Go to article - Terrence Higgins: A name that gave hope to those with HIV and Aids
Florence Kambua has no choice but to salvage waste from a dump site in Kenya's capital to survive. Go to article - Kenya's cost-of-living crisis: 'I can't afford rice for my children'
As brands join the new virtual universe they have to choose exactly where to locate themselves. Go to article - The retailers setting up shop in the metaverse
Venus Williams and Jamie Murray have taken their first step as a pairing into the "brutal world" of doubles tennis - but what exactly does that entail? Go to article - Wimbledon: The 'brutal' world of doubles tennis
Proposed legislation would require employers to give staff time off work to attend fertility appointments. Go to article - Fighting for rights for workers undergoing fertility treatment
The sister of the only British victim of the Paris terror attacks reflects on the 10-month trial. Go to article - Paris terror attacks: 'I refuse to hate my brother's killers'
The spat between Heinz and Tesco has shone a light on the challenges facing suppliers and retailers. Go to article - The supermarket rows you don't usually hear about
Rebecca writer Dame Daphne du Maurier discovered her apparent aristocratic past was not as it seemed. Go to article - Daphne du Maurier: Novelist who traced past to a French debtors' jail
Andrea was medically evacuated to Spain as doctors in Malta could not terminate her pregnancy under the country's ban on abortion. Go to article - US woman denied termination in Malta: 'I was terrified'
Cricketing logic says England should not chase 378 to beat India, but belief is carrying the home side towards a stunning win, says chief cricket writer Stephan Shemilt. Go to article - England v India: Belief carrying hosts towards historic triumph
Ian Poulter will be allowed to play in this week's Scottish Open after an appeal against his ban is upheld, to the "disappointment" of DP World Tour. Go to article - Ian Poulter allowed to play Scottish Open after ban lifted - DP World Tour boss 'disappointed'
Nick Kyrgios says "so many people will be upset" he has reaches the Wimbledon quarter-finals, but says it is a "good feeling" to silence his critics. Go to article - Wimbledon 2022: Nick Kyrgios and Rafael Nadal advance at All England Club
Edgbaston officials are investigating allegations of racist behaviour by members of the crowd during the ongoing Test between England and India. Go to article - England v India: Edgbaston officials investigate crowd racism at Test
Simona Halep hits an extraordinary shot in her victory against Paula Badosa to win the best shot of day eight at Wimbledon. Go to article - Wimbledon 2022: Simona Halep hits best shot of day eight
Rafael Nadal puts on a magnificent display against Botic van de Zandschulp to land a place in the Wimbledon quarter-finals with a straight-sets victory. Go to article - Wimbledon 2022: 'Magnificent' Rafael Nadal cruises into quarter-finals against Botic van de Zandschulp
Simona Halep needs just 60 minutes to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals as she thrashes fourth seed Paula Badosa in a devastating display. Go to article - Wimbledon 2022: Simona Halep thrashes Paula Badosa to reach quarter-finals
Residents of Belgorod are divided on how to respond to Ukraine after the city was hit by explosions. Go to article - Belgorod: Fear and denial in Russian city hit by shells
The fall of the city of Lysychansk means the whole Luhansk region is now under Russian control. Go to article - Ukraine war: What is Putin's plan now Luhansk has fallen?
Ukrainian troops are under heavy bombardment as Russian forces inch towards key targets. Go to article - Ukraine war in maps: Tracking the Russian invasion
Russia and Ukraine have different claims of how many people have died in the conflict. The BBC explores the data. Go to article - War in Ukraine: Can we say how many people have died?
Military equipment is pouring into Ukraine, but President Zelensky says more is needed to stop Russia. Go to article - Ukraine weapons: What military equipment is the world giving?
A number of teachers in Ukraine are educating their students online from the front line. Go to article - Ukraine: The teachers swapping classrooms for trenches
After weeks of heavy fighting Ukraine withdrew from Lysychansk - the latest eastern city to fall. Go to article - Ukraine round-up: Russia takes Lysychansk and border city hit