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1 British Airways: Chaos continues at Heathrow

British Airways: Chaos continues at Heathrow

More than a third of departures are cancelled, as disruption caused by an IT crash enters a second day.
2 Great Manchester Run starts with minute silence for attack victims

Great Manchester Run starts with minute silence for attack victims

A poem was read to runners by Mancunian poet Tony "Longfella" Walsh before they set off.
3 Manchester attack: CCTV shows bomber before arena blast

Manchester attack: CCTV shows bomber before arena blast

Images released by police show Salman Abedi wearing a backpack last Monday.
4 General election 2017: Extremist exclusion orders 'used'

General election 2017: Extremist exclusion orders 'used'

Amber Rudd says they are part of a home secretary's 'tool kit' to keep the UK safe.
5 Diane Abbott on her past and present views of the IRA

Diane Abbott on her past and present views of the IRA

Diane Abbott says a quote about her and the IRA is 34 years old and "we have all moved on" since then.
6 Hay Festival 2017: Stephen Fry's warning for the web

Hay Festival 2017: Stephen Fry's warning for the web

Delivering a lecture at the Hay Festival, the actor said society could face "dire consequences".
7 US Mississippi shooting leaves eight dead

US Mississippi shooting leaves eight dead

Shots were fired in three separate locations, and a deputy sheriff is among those killed.
8 Man dies on way to Radio 1's Big Weekend after being taken ill on a bus

Man dies on way to Radio 1's Big Weekend after being taken ill on a bus

A 21-year-old dies in hospital after being taken ill while on the way to Radio 1's Big Weekend in Hull.
9 Manchester attack: £13k raised 'to buy 999 staff a drink'

Manchester attack: £13k raised 'to buy 999 staff a drink'

Edmund Hall said he wanted to thank emergency services staff who had a "shift from hell" after the bombing.
10 Macron: Awkward Trump handshake a 'moment of truth'

Macron: Awkward Trump handshake a 'moment of truth'

France's president says his white-knuckle encounter with the US leader was designed to get respect.
11 French Open 2017: Angelique Kerber loses to Ekaterina Makarova in first round

French Open 2017: Angelique Kerber loses to Ekaterina Makarova in first round

Angelique Kerber loses to Ekaterina Makarova to become the first women's top seed to go out in the French Open first round.
12 US woman 'locked children in car boot' to go shopping

US woman 'locked children in car boot' to go shopping

Passersby saw the vehicle shaking and helped the children, aged two and five, get out.
13 Monaco GP: Sebastian Vettel stretches title lead with win

Monaco GP: Sebastian Vettel stretches title lead with win

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel wins a slow-burning Monaco Grand Prix to extend his lead over Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton to 25 points.
14 Meet the tree-climbing goats of Morocco

Meet the tree-climbing goats of Morocco

Find out how the tree-climbing skills of these goats in Morocco help them, the plants and the local people.
15 Are these the world's most unusual jobs?

Are these the world's most unusual jobs?

An emoji translator and a wedding hashtag creator. BBC Minute speaks to five people with jobs you probably never knew existed.
16 British Airways: Wedding postponed after guests stuck at Heathrow

British Airways: Wedding postponed after guests stuck at Heathrow

A Surrey couple postpone their Santorini ceremony as guests, including three bridesmaids, are stuck at Heathrow.
17 Rare cigarette paintings up for auction

Rare cigarette paintings up for auction

The images once hung on the walls of England's last tobacco factory in Nottingham.
18 Kenya's prayer train: A commute of prayers and songs

Kenya's prayer train: A commute of prayers and songs

For 20 years, a Christian group has held prayers on a train carriage during their one hour commute.
19 'Inspirational' marathon runners reunited in Manchester

'Inspirational' marathon runners reunited in Manchester

Two amateur runners who provided the defining image of this year's London Marathon meet for the first time to take part in the Great Manchester Run.
20 Kidnapped and enslaved in a forest for three years

Kidnapped and enslaved in a forest for three years

Faith was drugged and taken to a forest by al-Shabab militants fighting in Somalia.
21 Your pictures: Wilderness

Your pictures: Wilderness

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, it is "Wilderness".
22 Cannes Film Festival: Palme d'Or tips from critics

Cannes Film Festival: Palme d'Or tips from critics

The good and the bad to come out of Cannes this year.
23 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
24 Five questions for BA over IT crash

Five questions for BA over IT crash

Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.
25 Don't look back in anger: Music helps Manchester remember, and forget

Don't look back in anger: Music helps Manchester remember, and forget

The Courteeners play an emotional gig for 50,000 people, five days after the bomb attack.
26 Castlemorton Common: The rave that changed the law

Castlemorton Common: The rave that changed the law

It started as a free festival but Castlemorton Common became the UK's biggest ever illegal rave.
27 Pub-lic service

Pub-lic service

Can the men and women behind the beer pumps shed any light on how punters feel in Derby North?
28 BA passengers 'trying not to cry' over cancelled flights

BA passengers 'trying not to cry' over cancelled flights

How passengers at Gatwick Airport deal with the news IT problems led to their flights being cancelled.
29 Campaigning too soon for Manchester?

Campaigning too soon for Manchester?

As election campaigning resumes after a three-day pause, is Manchester ready to move on and talk politics?
30 Why St Nicholas works wonders for Russians

Why St Nicholas works wonders for Russians

Russians have been venerating the rib of one of their most revered saints, St Nicholas the Wonder Worker, which is in Moscow on loan from Italy.
31 Going off-grid - could you live in a house like this?

Going off-grid - could you live in a house like this?

The couple who have built a self-sufficient and totally recycled house.
32 Arsenal win the FA Cup: What next for Arsene Wenger and the Gunners?

Arsenal win the FA Cup: What next for Arsene Wenger and the Gunners?

This is a summer of great significance for Arsenal - and we will soon see the most significant moment of all, writes Phil McNulty.
33 French Open: Petra Kvitova wins first match following knife attack

French Open: Petra Kvitova wins first match following knife attack

Petra Kvitova makes an emotional return as she wins her first match since being stabbed during a burglary in December.
34 Election 2017 poll tracker: How the parties compare

Election 2017 poll tracker: How the parties compare

Who is on course to win the 2017 general election? Use our tracker to see the latest analysis.
35 Profile: Green Party co-leaders Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley

Profile: Green Party co-leaders Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley

Looking at Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley, the people at the head of the Green Party.
36 What impact have employment tribunal fees had?

What impact have employment tribunal fees had?

Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have called for employment tribunal fees to be scrapped.
37 Election 2017: What if I can't afford to pay the rent?

Election 2017: What if I can't afford to pay the rent?

With half a million tenants now having to borrow to pay the rent, what are the parties promising?
38 General election 2017: Osborne: Tory plans badly thought through

General election 2017: Osborne: Tory plans badly thought through

Former Chancellor George Osborne criticises manifesto commitments on social care and immigration.
39 Does military intervention increase the terror threat?

Does military intervention increase the terror threat?

Is there a connection between UK military interventions and terror attacks?
40 Nick Clegg: Tory school meal plans 'hit children's health'

Nick Clegg: Tory school meal plans 'hit children's health'

Nick Clegg says children will not get free fruit and vegetables under Tory plans for English schools.
41 Reality Check: What has happened to police numbers?

Reality Check: What has happened to police numbers?

What has happened to police numbers and counter-terrorism funding?
42 Who is Nicola Sturgeon? A profile of the SNP leader

Who is Nicola Sturgeon? A profile of the SNP leader

As she leads the SNP into a fourth election in under three years, BBC Scotland examines the rise of Nicola Sturgeon.
43 General election 2017: Workers' rights v robo jobs - a quandary for all campaigns

General election 2017: Workers' rights v robo jobs - a quandary for all campaigns

Artificial intelligence will have a huge impact on jobs - so are the parties still committed to it?
44 General election: What you need to know

General election: What you need to know

The UK will have a general election on 8 June. Here's what you need to know.
45 Reality Check: How would UKIP fund greater NHS spending?

Reality Check: How would UKIP fund greater NHS spending?

UKIP says it will cut the budget for overseas aid in order to provide more cash for the NHS.
46 Manifestos - our guide to their hand-on-heart pledges

Manifestos - our guide to their hand-on-heart pledges

Issue by issue, what the parties are pledging, presented in easy-to-scan bullet points.
47 Who is Paul Nuttall? A profile of the UKIP leader

Who is Paul Nuttall? A profile of the UKIP leader

A profile of Paul Nuttall, leader of the UK Independence Party.
48 General election 2017: BBC Election Bot

General election 2017: BBC Election Bot

Keep up to date with latest news from the UK's general election.
49 General election: Why 7.5m people can't vote for a woman

General election: Why 7.5m people can't vote for a woman

More than 100 constituencies across the UK have no female candidates standing, BBC research says.
50 General election 2017: Sweet shop in Warwick predicts results

General election 2017: Sweet shop in Warwick predicts results

Its owner claims his customers helped him correctly call Brexit and the 2015 election result.
51 The Scottish voters at the heart of a Tory-SNP battle

The Scottish voters at the heart of a Tory-SNP battle

If the Conservatives are to pick up seats in Scotland, they will want to start on the Scottish borders.
52 Election 2017: What jobs do UK workers actually do?

Election 2017: What jobs do UK workers actually do?

Who are the 'hard-working' and 'ordinary' people that politicians love to appeal to?
53 Reality Check: What would wiping student debt cost?

Reality Check: What would wiping student debt cost?

The Green Party has pledged to write off all existing debt as well as scrapping tuition fees.
54 Seumas v Lynton: The power behind the thrones?

Seumas v Lynton: The power behind the thrones?

The leaders of the parties are well-known - but who's advising them?
55 Election 2017: Places with the lowest voter registration

Election 2017: Places with the lowest voter registration

Areas of London, Birmingham and Leeds have the highest proportions of adults not registered to vote.