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Queen Elizabeth II makes surprise visit to open London's new rail line
The monarch unveiled the Elizabeth line today. Here's where the new route will stop, and how much the Crossrail project cost.
EU hits back after UK moves to change post-Brexit trade rules
London insists the planned legislation would not break international law.
Rare moment as footballer, 17, comes out as gay
The 17-year-old Blackpool player is one of just a few players around the world to come out as gay.
Planning a wedding on a budget? Check out these UK fairytale castles
The cost of living crisis is biting all round but if you're planning a wedding you don't need to break the bank with these discount fairytale castles.
World's first net-zero transatlantic flight could be just months away
The world’s first net-zero transatlantic flight will take to the skies next year, as the UK government pledges to fast-track the development of sustainable aviation fuels.
Johnson battles on two fronts as N Ireland deal returns to haunt him
The UK prime minister heads to Belfast on Monday at loggerheads with unionists and the EU over the protocol he negotiated in order to secure Brexit.
Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rule
The Democratic Unionist Party's move deepens Northern Ireland's political deadlock, which is fueling a UK-EU feud.
Meet the campaigner trying to save one of the UK’s most famous lakes
One of England’s natural treasures, Lake Windermere could be on the verge of ecological collapse because of algal blooms linked to sewage pollution.
London police have issued over 100 fines in 'Partygate' investigation
The revelations have angered voters and triggered calls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign.
UK queer history museum opens doors
The UK’s first LGBTQ+ history museum has opened its doors in London, commemorating and celebrating queer histories from across the country.
Europe's best LGBTQ+ museums celebrating queer history
To celebrate the opening of the UK's first permanent LGBTQ+ museum, we take a look at the queer museums of Europe.
'Dreamachine': Is it possible to see art with your eyes closed?
Conjured entirely by light and music, a new experience titled 'Dreamachine' promises to unfold a colourful world of patterns and shapes behind visitors closed eyes
Erling Haaland: Manchester City agree transfer with Borussia Dortmund
Terms still have to be agreed with the player.
Peaceful protestors could be jailed for 6 months under new UK laws
Changes to the law were previously thrown out by the UK’s House of Lords but are set to return under the new Queen’s Speech plan.
Watch: Prince Charles replaces Queen for UK parliament speech
The queen pulled out due to “mobility issues”.
Queen, 96, won't attend parliament due to 'episodic mobility problems'
The Prince of Wales will read the queen’s speech on her majesty’s behalf.
UK Labour leader pledges to resign if found to have broken COVID rules
Police are investigating a gathering of party officials at which Keir Starmer had a takeout curry and a beer, in an MP's constituency office in April 2021.
How will Sinn Fein's win in Northern Ireland impact Brexit?
The historic vote in Northern Ireland was succeeded by well-rehearsed accusations of inflexibility from both Brussels and London.
Birmingham and Manchester airport queues leave passengers reeling
Passengers in fresh despair at Birmingham and Manchester airports as staff shortages leave people queuing out the terminals, unable to cope with surge in travel.
Ready, Steady, Mow! British lawnmower racing season gets underway
The cream of the British lawnmower racing crop assembled in the Surrey village of Lingfield on Sunday for the start of a new season.
TUI tells passengers there'll be no food or drink available on flights
Passengers prepare for uncomfortable flights as TUI warns that a shortage of catering is affecting food and drink supplies on its planes.
Ncuti Gatwa named first black actor in leading Doctor Who role
Ncuti Gatwa will replace Jodie Whittaker as the 14th Time Lord in cult BBC series Doctor Who.
Sinn Fein seals historic Northern Ireland election win
Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Fein's Vice President, called it a "historic day" and said the party would "work hard for everyone."
Labour party leader faces police investigation over COVID gathering
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has been alleged to have broken lockdown rules at a gathering at a Durham MP's constituency office in April 2021 ahead of an election.
UK announces plans for new digital watchdog to get tough on Big Tech
Companies like Google and Facebook could face big fines from a new UK regulator if they fail to follow the rules.
Seagull 'ziplined' to safety after getting hooked on a wire
A gull caught upside-down on a utility wire was rescued by a creative fire crew in Sunderland, England.