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November 24, 2017
Cannabis war 'comprehensively lost', says William Hague

Cannabis war 'comprehensively lost', says William Hague

The former Conservative leader urges his party to consider legalising recreational use of the drug.

World Cup 2018: Harry Kane heads late England winner against Tunisia

World Cup 2018: Harry Kane heads late England winner against Tunisia

Watch Harry Kane score a dramatic stoppage-time winner to give England victory over Tunisia in their first group G game at the 2018 World Cup.

XXXTentacion, controversial rapper, shot dead in Florida aged 20

XXXTentacion, controversial rapper, shot dead in Florida aged 20

The controversial rapper, a rising star who faced domestic violence charges, has been killed aged 20.

Trump threatens additional $200bn in tariffs on China

Trump threatens additional $200bn in tariffs on China

The threat escalates a tit-for-tat trade row with Beijing over US tariffs imposed on Chinese goods.

Debenhams issues profit warning

Debenhams issues profit warning

The department store blames market weakness as the outlook for this year declines.

'Ditch predicted grades' from university admissions

'Ditch predicted grades' from university admissions

Using predicted grades in university entry is "no longer fit for purpose", say lecturers and heads.

The sound of migrant children separated from parents

The sound of migrant children separated from parents

In audio reportedly from inside a US border facility children can be heard crying as an agent jokes.

Guards row sparks fresh Northern Rail strikes

Guards row sparks fresh Northern Rail strikes

The RMT union says imposing driver-only services is a risk to public safety.

Susanna Reid in 'constant battle' with Piers Morgan

Susanna Reid in 'constant battle' with Piers Morgan

The Good Morning Britain presenter says she has to compete for airtime with her outspoken co-host.

Water firms failed customers during 'Beast from the East'

Water firms failed customers during 'Beast from the East'

The water industry regulator says firms did not support customers properly during the "Beast from the East".

Will Norway's electric plane take off?

Will Norway's electric plane take off?

A battery-powered plane that could mean guilt-free travel is part of a plan to tackle climate change.

Finsbury Park attack: Minute's silence held to mark anniversary

Finsbury Park attack: Minute's silence held to mark anniversary

"We will not let terrorists divide us" says Prime Minister Theresa May, one year on from the attack.

Did colour cost Lenny Kravitz a major role in Big Little Lies?

Did colour cost Lenny Kravitz a major role in Big Little Lies?

Lenny Kravitz says producers were worried the show's only black actor would be playing a villain.

The Papers: NHS tax 'headache' and Captain Marvel

The Papers: NHS tax 'headache' and Captain Marvel

England's Harry Kane is pictured after his World Cup heroics and there is more focus on tax rises to pay for an NHS spending boost.

XXXTentacion: Rap star's volatile life made compelling music

XXXTentacion: Rap star's volatile life made compelling music

A controversial rapper who was shot dead in Florida had a troubled life that inspired his work.

Hereditary's musical composer explains what makes it so scary.

Hereditary's musical composer explains what makes it so scary.

Critics say Hereditary is one of the scariest horror films to be made. The composer of the soundtrack explains why.

'They stuck my face on to a porn clip'

'They stuck my face on to a porn clip'

Indian reporter Rana Ayyub got rape and death threats because of a tweet falsely attributed to her.

Trump immigration: 'We're not bad guys' say teens training for border patrol

Trump immigration: 'We're not bad guys' say teens training for border patrol

Teenagers in a border town who hope to become patrol agents speak to the BBC as they receive training.

Syria: The girls who defied IS to keep learning

Syria: The girls who defied IS to keep learning

The Islamic State group banned girls from attending school, but these friends found a way to study.

In pictures: Pomp and ceremony for Order of the Garter

In pictures: Pomp and ceremony for Order of the Garter

Members of the Royal Family and knights of the order were in their finery for the annual procession.

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BBC Breakfast

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How trying to stay cool could make the world even hotter

How trying to stay cool could make the world even hotter

As demand for air conditioning goes through the roof, what are the implications for our planet?

The Rolling Stones: How Eel Pie Island shaped the band's career

The Rolling Stones: How Eel Pie Island shaped the band's career

How a hidden hotel at Eel Pie Island helped make a name for the Rolling Stones.

Does Iran hold key to Dutch murder mystery?

Does Iran hold key to Dutch murder mystery?

Neither the Iranian nor Dutch authorities are commenting on claims that Iran could have been behind the 2015 killing near Amsterdam.

Bedroom cover versions make it onto YouTube's music streaming app

Bedroom cover versions make it onto YouTube's music streaming app

Big releases by Dua Lipa and Drake mingle with amateur covers on YouTube's new music streaming app.

Royal Ascot 2018 preview: From Cracksman and Dettori to Coolmore and Godolphin

Royal Ascot 2018 preview: From Cracksman and Dettori to Coolmore and Godolphin

Dettori returns, the overseas challenge and tightened security - Cornelius Lysaght on the Ascot talking points.

Immigration rows: US and Germany compared

Immigration rows: US and Germany compared

Mr Trump called out Germany's immigration stance to defend his own - what's happening there and in US?

Inside the Glasgow School of Art - Mackintosh's Masterpiece

Inside the Glasgow School of Art - Mackintosh's Masterpiece

Charles Rennie Mackintosh's most famous architectural creation has faced two devastating fires.

The man who went to the North Korean place that ‘doesn’t exist’

The man who went to the North Korean place that ‘doesn’t exist’

One US citizen warns of the consequences of a visit to a forbidden area in North Korea.

Demolition or restoration: What should happen to Glasgow School of Art?

Demolition or restoration: What should happen to Glasgow School of Art?

Can the Glasgow School of Art building be saved or is it time to pull it down and start again?

Queen's 2018: Would technology temper the tennis outbursts?

Queen's 2018: Would technology temper the tennis outbursts?

After Johanna Konta's outburst on Sunday, BBC Sport asks whether technology would temper the outbursts in tennis.

World Cup 2018: Tunisia penalty pegs back England

World Cup 2018: Tunisia penalty pegs back England

England's Kyle Walker is penalised for an elbow and Tunisia's Ferjani Sassi scores the penalty to make it 1-1 in the World Cup Group G match.

Queen's Club: Andy Murray says his injury return against Nick Kyrgios 'is not about winning'

Queen's Club: Andy Murray says his injury return against Nick Kyrgios 'is not about winning'

Andy Murray says his long-awaited return from injury is "not about winning" as he prepares to play at Queen's Club on Tuesday.

Turkey issues warrant for NBA player Enes Kanter's father

Turkey issues warrant for NBA player Enes Kanter's father

Turkey wants to imprison the father of Enes Kanter, a basketball player, on terrorism charges.

World Cup 2018: Lineker, Shearer, Lampard & Ferdinand react to Kane's winner

World Cup 2018: Lineker, Shearer, Lampard & Ferdinand react to Kane's winner

Watch how the BBC's World Cup studio in Moscow reacted to Harry Kane's last-minute winner for England against Tunisia in their opening group G game at the World Cup.

Kane powers England to win over Tunisia

Kane powers England to win over Tunisia

Harry Kane's stoppage-time winner ensures England started their World Cup campaign with victory after Tunisia threaten to snatch a point.

World Cup Catch-Up: Everyone's buzzing for England

World Cup Catch-Up: Everyone's buzzing for England

Watch all the best action and funnies from the fifth day of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Kane's date with Tunisia in 13 tweets

Kane's date with Tunisia in 13 tweets

Who would be an England fan? Or a player? Social media summed up the highs and lows of supporting England in the World Cup opener with Tunisia.

World Cup 2018: How the England players rated v Tunisia

World Cup 2018: How the England players rated v Tunisia

Who impressed and who had a night to forget as England won 2-1 in their World Cup opener against Tunisia?

Pogba and more: World Cup haircuts to watch

Pogba and more: World Cup haircuts to watch

As the world's top players show off their football skills, who scores top marks for the snappiest trim?

World Cup 2018: Tunisia v England - how you rated players

World Cup 2018: Tunisia v England - how you rated players

Your player ratings out of 10 for Tunisia v England in the World Cup group match.

World Cup 2018: Belgium beat debutants Panama 3-0 in Sochi

World Cup 2018: Belgium beat debutants Panama 3-0 in Sochi

Romelu Lukaku scores twice as Belgium prove too good for World Cup debutants Panama in the opening match in England's Group G.

World Cup 2018: Sweden start with a 1-0 win over South Korea

World Cup 2018: Sweden start with a 1-0 win over South Korea

Sweden mark their first appearance in the World Cup for 12 years by beating South Korea thanks to a penalty from captain Andreas Granqvist that was awarded after a video assistant referee (VAR) review.

World Cup 2018: Flies plague England's build-up in Volgograd

World Cup 2018: Flies plague England's build-up in Volgograd

Swarms of flies are plaguing the city of Volgograd where England face Tunisia on Monday.

Nikola Kalinic: Croatia send striker home after back injury claim

Nikola Kalinic: Croatia send striker home after back injury claim

Croatia forward Nikola Kalinic is sent home from the World Cup after refusing to come on as a substitute during the 2-0 defeat of Nigeria.

Sex, lies and payday loans: The parachute murder plot

Sex, lies and payday loans: The parachute murder plot

How Emile Cilliers' lifetime of cheating and lies led to his eventual unveiling as a would-be murderer.

'Why my daughter wants a hysterectomy at 15'

'Why my daughter wants a hysterectomy at 15'

A mother and daughter both have a severe form of premenstrual syndrome.

The terrible speed with which the Grenfell fire spread

The terrible speed with which the Grenfell fire spread

Expert witnesses at an inquiry into the tower block blaze have detailed how the fire took hold, minute by minute, through the building one year ago.