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  1. Tesco probe into £250m profit error

    Tesco has suspended four executives, including its UK managing director, after the supermarket overstated its half-year profit guidance by £250m.
  2. Labour vow to boost NHS spending

    Labour would boost NHS spending via a so-called "mansion tax" on the most expensive homes, the BBC understands.
  3. Hague urges 'English votes' action

    William Hague says the case for English devolution "cannot be avoided" any longer and suggested it could become a major issue at next year's election.
  4. Rockefellers to divest fossil fuels

    The Rockefeller family, which made its fortune from oil, is to sell its investments in fossil fuels and put money into clean energy.
  5. Alice suspect murder details sought

    Officers searching for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross formally ask for details of the murder conviction of the prime suspect.
  6. Phones 4U to shed almost 1,700 jobs

    Almost 1,700 jobs are to go at the failed mobile phone retailer Phones 4U, after the firm's administrators confirmed that 362 stores will close.
  7. UN plea over Turkey refugee crisis

    The UN says Turkey urgently needs help to care for 130,000 Syrian refugees who have crossed the border fleeing Islamist militants.
  8. Ukraine to pull back artillery

    Ukraine is preparing to withdraw heavy weaponry away from separatist rebel lines in the east, the military says.
  9. French national abducted in Algeria

    A French national has been kidnapped while on holiday in Algeria, the French foreign ministry confirms.
  10. White House intruder had ammo in car

    The man who broke into the White House on Friday had 800 rounds of ammunition, a machete and two hatchets in his car, officials say.
  11. Travis jury given majority direction

    The judge in former BBC broadcaster Dave Lee Travis's trial for indecent assault and sexual assault tells the jury he will accept majority verdicts.
  12. Breaking Bad 'inspired murder bid'

    A graphic designer attempted to kill her mother by putting poison in a drink in a plot inspired by the American TV series Breaking Bad, a court hears.
  13. AUDIO: Pink Floyd unveil new album cover

    As the artwork for the new Pink Floyd album is unveiled, the band's creative director Aubrey Po speaks to BBC 6 Music about finding the right cover.
  14. VIDEO: Brunel rail structures uncovered

    Remnants of structures built for Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Great Western Railway are uncovered during the construction of London's Crossrail project.
  15. VIDEO: Fake gay marriage scam exposed

    BBC Inside Out exposes the gangs organising fake gay marriages for illegal immigrants in London.
  16. VIDEO: Tippers left cows buried in rubbish

    The number of illegal tips being closed down in the North East has doubled in the last two years, as Chris Jackson reports
  17. VIDEO: App helps you wake up with a stranger

    The app that turns a global network of strangers into your alarm clock, with a dating twist.
  18. VIDEO: Sculptor creates art using Lego

    Nathan Sawaya, a New York-based artist has multiple unique exhibitions created solely from standard LEGO bricks with several new sculptures created specifically for each exhibition.
  19. VIDEO: Inside a remote Myanmar rebel camp

    Talks will resume in Myanmar, the country also known as Burma, on Monday aimed at ending 65 years of civil war and ethnic conflict.
  20. VIDEO: Overcooked? The hi-tech smart pan

    The "Smartypan" contains three sensors and a computer chip to allow it communicate over Bluetooth to a smartphone app.
  21. Downton Abbey return seen by 8.1m

    The first episode of the fifth series of costume drama Downton Abbey is watched by an average audience of 8.1m on ITV.
  22. Edinburgh panda no longer pregnant

    Edinburgh Zoo confirms its female giant panda, Tian Tian, is no longer pregnant and a reabsorption of the foetus may have occurred.
  23. Debuchy sidelined for three months

    Arsenal right-back Mathieu Debuchy will be out for about three months after undergoing surgery on an ankle injury.
  24. McIlroy happy to be in USA's sights

    Rory McIlroy says he will relish being the European player that America will target in this week's Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
  25. VIDEO: 83-metre goal sets Bundesliga record

    Paderborn midfielder Moritz Stoppelkamp scores a wonder goal from 83 metres - the edge of his own box - against Hannover.
  26. Who is greatest Ryder Cup golfer?

    'Pope-like' Seve, 'heart of a lion' Faldo, prolific Poulter or magic Monty? Our formula reveals the greatest of the modern era.
  27. Fifa report may prompt charges - MP

    A report into alleged corruption at Fifa, football's world governing body, could lead to criminal charges, an MP believes.
  28. Whistleblower gets biggest US payout

    The US Securities and Exchange Commission reveals it has awarded a record $30m payout to an anonymous whistleblower who lives outside the US.
  29. VIDEO: Tesco boss Dave Lewis: Full interview

    Tesco's chief executive Dave Lewis has said there will be a "full and frank investigation" after the supermarket overstated its profits. Watch the full interview.
  30. Balls outlines 'first Budget' agenda

    Ed Balls says he will increase the minimum wage, bring in a mansion tax, freeze child benefit and axe the "bedroom tax" in his first Budget if Labour wins power.
  31. VIDEO: Why did Prescott let out a 'noooooooooo'?

    John Prescott is teased about letting out a long "nooooooooo" sound about a survey of Labour Parliamentary hopefuls.
  32. NHS whistleblowing 'problems persist'

    Whistleblowers still face real problems in speaking out in the health service - despite the push to create a more open culture, campaigners say.
  33. VIDEO: Inside London hospital's 'eye bank'

    BBC Inside Out has met the patients who have been given a new lease of life as a result of eye donations and has gone inside Moorfields Hospital’s 'eye bank' in London.
  34. Heads reject bad behaviour claims

    Head teachers say claims about poor behaviour in the classroom are contradicted by the inspection evidence and threaten to undermine recruitment.
  35. AUDIO: Could 'marshmallow test' teach you?

    The famous experiment in child psychology from the the 1960s which became known as the marshmallow test has been updated by the experiment's inventor, Walter Mischel.
  36. eBay criticised as hacks continue

    Leading security researchers call on eBay to take immediate action over dangerous listings - as more security problems arise.
  37. VIDEO: App helps you wake up with a stranger

    The app that turns a global network of strangers into your alarm clock, with a dating twist.
  38. Cosmic study 'underestimated' dust

    Scientists who claimed to have found evidence for a cosmic super-expansion just after the Big Bang underestimated a key confounding factor in their research, according to a new analysis.
  39. AUDIO: When Temple of Mithras was unearthed

    A project is under way calling for people with memories of the excavation if the Temple of Mithras to come forward to tell their stories and share their pictures of the event.
  40. Lion King 'most successful show'

    Musical The Lion King takes more money at the box office than any other stage show or cinema release.
  41. AUDIO: Pink Floyd unveil new album cover

    As the artwork for the new Pink Floyd album is unveiled, the band's creative director Aubrey Po speaks to BBC 6 Music about finding the right cover.
  42. Do people lie in surveys?

    How many people lie about questions they are asked by pollsters?
  43. 10 things we didn't know last week

    The most efficient work break is 17 minutes, and other nuggets.
  44. Hospital 'sorry' over doctor letters

    A hospital apologises after being attacked for failing to contact all the families whose children could have been abused by a paedophile doctor.
  45. Shot girl 'cruelly taken away'

    The mother of a "caring and lively" girl shot in the head by her abusive husband recalls the horror that destroyed "an ordinary day".
  46. City siege over missing ex-prisoner

    Police say they are still looking for a missing former prisoner after an armed operation in the Govanhill area of Glasgow earlier.
  47. Officials: Vote 'properly conducted'

    The chief counting officer defends the conduct of the Scottish referendum after allegations of vote rigging.
  48. A&E 'under pressure' says trust

    Northern Ireland's biggest accident and emergency department is under pressure with larger than normal volume of patients, the BBC learns.
  49. School children involved in crash

    Fifty-two people - most of them children - involved in a crash between a school bus and a car in County Tyrone were taken to hospital as a precaution, the ambulance service has said.
  50. Driver ploughs into cars on street

    A woman is charged with theft, drug and motoring offences after a car ploughs into several parked cars on a south Wales street.
  51. Family 'numb' after biker's death

    The family of 19-year-old Anglesey biker who was killed in a collision with a 4x4 car say they are "devastated and numb with shock" at his loss.
  52. S Leone hails lockdown 'success'

    Authorities in Sierra Leone say a three-day curfew aimed at containing the Ebola outbreak has been a success and will not be extended.
  53. More dead in Nigeria church collapse

    The number of deaths in Nigeria's church hostel collapse rises to 115, including 84 South Africans, a South African minister says.
  54. Thousands of HK students at boycott

    Hong Kong students begin a week-long boycott of classes to protest against China's stance on electoral reform in the territory.
  55. Pakistan appoints new spy chief

    Pakistan names a close ally of the army chief to head the country's feared Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency.
  56. Russia plans for internet crisis

    Russia is making plans to ensure state control over the country's internet traffic in a national emergency, Russian media report.
  57. Amazon workers in Germany on strike

    Workers at four Amazon warehouses in Germany go on strike in a dispute over pay and working conditions.
  58. Venezuela launches disarmament plan

    Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro invests almost $50m in an initiative to disarm civilians, in an effort to cut down on the country's high murder rate.
  59. New toxic mine spill in Mexico

    The Mexican authorities have issued a new alert about a toxic spill into a river from a copper mine run by the mining giant, Grupo Mexico.
  60. Calm follows Yemeni peace deal

    The Yemeni capital, Sanaa, is reported to be calm one day after the government signed a deal with Shia Houthi rebels to end days of fighting.
  61. Top Israeli spy Harari dies

    Mike Harari, the Mossad agent who oversaw a string of Israeli operations involving the assassination of Palestinian militants abroad, has died, aged 87.
  62. US student killed by black bear

    A New Jersey university student was killed after being mauled by a black bear, in what official called an extremely rare attack on a human.
  63. Hannah police issue arrest warrant

    Police searching for a missing British-born student in Virginia issue an arrest warrant for a man they believe is the last person to see her.
  64. A home rule headache for Ed and David - the papers

    The post-referendum political landscape poses problems for both David Cameron and Ed Miliband, according to Monday's newspapers.
  65. Week in pictures: 13-19 September 2014

    The best news photos from around the world
  66. Day in pictures: 19 September

    News images from around the world: 19 September
  67. In pictures: Scottish independence referendum results

    Scotland votes "No" to independence
  68. Your pictures: Vintage

    Readers' photos on the theme of "vintage"
  69. Day in pictures: 18 September

    News images from around the world: 18 September
  70. In pictures: Memory of History

    Lewis Bush's pictures link the past with the present
  71. In pictures: Scotland decides

    Images from the Scottish independence referendum
  72. Your Pictures: Photos from Wales

    A selection of your photos from around Wales
  73. VIDEO: House of Commons

    Tory MP John Baron asks an urgent question on the government's response to Islamic State.
  74. VIDEO: Thousands of Kurds flee Syria

    Mark Lowen speaks to refugees on Turkey's border with Syria, as the Turkish government says more than 130,000 Syrian Kurds have crossed over in the last three days to try to escape IS militants.
  75. VIDEO: Ed Balls challenge injures reporter

    Ed Balls left an opponent with a bloodied eye in the annual party conference football match between Labour and political journalists.
  76. VIDEO: 'Net cast wide' in Thai killer hunt

    Thai police are expanding DNA testing on the island where two British tourists were murdered last week.
  77. VIDEO: Tesco boss: Full and frank inquiry

    Tesco's chief executive Dave Lewis has said there will be a "full and frank investigation" after the supermarket overstated its profits.
  78. VIDEO: Alice Gross police search canal

    Detectives investigating the disappearance of missing schoolgirl Alice Gross have been carrying out a fingertip search in the canal in West London near to where she was last seen.
  79. VIDEO: HK protests: 'We have to fight'

    Thousands of students in Hong Kong have converged on a university campus to begin a week-long boycott of classes.
  80. VIDEO: Mars Maven mission arrives in orbit

    The US space agency's (Nasa's) latest Mars satellite has arrived successfully in orbit around the planet.
  81. AUDIO: 'I played for England while homeless'

    Fara Williams, the most capped England footballer of all time, says she was homeless for six years of her career.
  82. Tomb mystery captivates Greece

    Secrets of ancient burial site keep Greeks guessing
  83. 'Why I bet £900k on the Scottish referendum'

    How does it feel to bet £900,000 on the Scottish referendum?
  84. 'I lost a job because of my tattoos'

    People who lost their jobs because of their tattoos
  85. Bollywood cleavage row shows India's 'crass' side

    Bollywood cleavage row shows India's 'crass' side
  86. How do you put London's Roman shrine back together?

    How to put London's mysterious underground temple back together
  87. Oxford entry 'more transparent now'

    Does university now have a fairer applications system in place?
  88. Delhi marriage detective in high demand

    Is your sweetheart playing away? Call Delhi's wedding detective
  89. Ants v humans

    Do all the world's ants really weigh as much as all the humans?
  90. Can Balls be just austere enough?

    Can Ed Balls be just austere enough?
  91. Unlikely alliances in fight against IS

    Unlikely alliances in the fight against IS

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