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1 Budget 2017 cuts stamp duty for first time buyers

Budget 2017 cuts stamp duty for first time buyers

The chancellor also says £3bn will be spent on Brexit planning and lowers UK growth forecasts in his Budget.
2 Ratko Mladic jailed for life over Bosnia war genocide

Ratko Mladic jailed for life over Bosnia war genocide

The ex-Bosnian Serb commander is convicted for major atrocities in the Bosnian war in the 1990s.
3 Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa returns as Mugabe's likely successor

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa returns as Mugabe's likely successor

Robert Mugabe's ally turned rival, Emmerson Mnangagwa, is poised to take over as Zimbabwe's president.
4 UK regulator has 'huge concerns' over Uber breach

UK regulator has 'huge concerns' over Uber breach

A data breach affecting 57 million customers and drivers should not have been concealed, the information commissioner says.
5 North Korea defection: Footage of moment soldier flees

North Korea defection: Footage of moment soldier flees

He raced across the border on foot, closely pursued by North Korean troops who shot at him several times.
6 Wigan scorer subbed to dash to son's birth

Wigan scorer subbed to dash to son's birth

Wigan's Ryan Colclough scored twice and made it to his son's birth - in full kit - with 30 minutes to go.
7 Does alcohol alter your mood?

Does alcohol alter your mood?

Researchers from the BMJ questioned 30,000 people aged 18-34 from 21 different countries.
8 US Navy aircraft crash: Eight rescued off Japanese coast

US Navy aircraft crash: Eight rescued off Japanese coast

Rescuers raced to get to the plane which ditched in seas off the remote Japanese reef of Okinotori.
9 Orinoco accident: Divers search for 10 missing people

Orinoco accident: Divers search for 10 missing people

The 10 disappeared after the boats they were travelling on sank on the Colombia-Venezuela border.
10 Randox forensics inquiry: Drug-drivers to challenge convictions

Randox forensics inquiry: Drug-drivers to challenge convictions

Two men jailed for road deaths want to launch appeals following forensic manipulation claims.
11 Le Pen decries 'fatwa' on National Front bank accounts

Le Pen decries 'fatwa' on National Front bank accounts

The far-right leader says banks have closed her own personal account along with her party's.
12 President Trump warns NFL boss he must act on take the knee protest

President Trump warns NFL boss he must act on take the knee protest

President Donald Trump warns the NFL it must act on the take the knee protest as it is "killing" the league.
13 David Cassidy: Partridge Family star dies aged 67

David Cassidy: Partridge Family star dies aged 67

Former The Partridge Family star and singer David Cassidy dies aged 67, his family says.
14 Stalybridge Aldi car park find could be human bones

Stalybridge Aldi car park find could be human bones

Police think the supermarket car park where the suspected remains were found was a burial ground.
15 Summary of Budget 2017: Key points at-a-glance

Summary of Budget 2017: Key points at-a-glance

An at-a-glance summary of the key points of Philip Hammond's Autumn 2017 Budget.
16 Budget 2017: What it means for you

Budget 2017: What it means for you

The Budget speech has been delivered and the numbers are being analysed, so what does it mean for you?
17 Budget 2017: May hands cough sweets to Hammond

Budget 2017: May hands cough sweets to Hammond

The chancellor may be trying to shake-off his 'Spreadsheet Phil' moniker with a few gags in his Budget speech.
18 Budget 2017: What does the stamp duty change mean?

Budget 2017: What does the stamp duty change mean?

People buying a first home worth up to £300,000 will pay no stamp duty, the chancellor announces.
19 Budget quiz: Test your knowledge

Budget quiz: Test your knowledge

The BBC's Budget quiz: See how much you know about the UK Budget's long and colourful history.
20 Budget 2017: UK growth forecast cut sharply

Budget 2017: UK growth forecast cut sharply

Forecasts are slashed as the Office for Budget Responsibility downgrades its productivity outlook.
21 What you need to know

What you need to know

When is the Budget, what is it, and why does it matter? Your guide to the chancellor's big day.
22 Cash for maths, but no extra for core school budgets

Cash for maths, but no extra for core school budgets

The Budget offers more for maths A-level, but no extra for school core budgets.
23 What's in it for young people?

What's in it for young people?

For the first time in years, today's Budget promises to be one for young people - which is why you should pay attention.
24 How will 'box office Phil' play the Budget?

How will 'box office Phil' play the Budget?

The economic uncertainty around Brexit and the slender government majority may constrain his options.
25 New Zealand PM to take part in nationwide Secret Santa

New Zealand PM to take part in nationwide Secret Santa

What would you buy New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for Christmas?
26 Do you find this grave disrespectful?

Do you find this grave disrespectful?

A gay rights activist's bright yellow tomb has divided Italy - so should graves have to be grey?
27 Concorde: Remembering the 'pocket rocket'

Concorde: Remembering the 'pocket rocket'

Forty years on from the inaugural London-New York Concorde service, those who flew on the iconic aircraft share their memories.
28 Huge photo collection shows US through the years

Huge photo collection shows US through the years

The Anonymous Project has collected almost half a million photos to archive and conserve.
29 Under 30s on what they think of a discounted railcard

Under 30s on what they think of a discounted railcard

The discounted train travel option is set to be announced in Wednesday's Budget.
30 Canada flight delay turns into mass singalong

Canada flight delay turns into mass singalong

Instead of getting irate when their flight was delayed, these Canadian passengers had a singalong.
31 'Beauty shines' as woman bares alopecia in engagement photos

'Beauty shines' as woman bares alopecia in engagement photos

Makenzee Meaux says she'd lost hope of feeling beautiful until she met her fiancé.
32 In a hurry? Here's your Budget day briefing

In a hurry? Here's your Budget day briefing

Your morning briefing for 22 November 2017.
33 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
34 Fergal Keane: Mugabe has gone, but will Zimbabwe change?

Fergal Keane: Mugabe has gone, but will Zimbabwe change?

Zimbabweans are celebrating change, but is the old regime just getting a new face?
35 Why I injected myself with an untested gene therapy

Why I injected myself with an untested gene therapy

The biohacker movement wants to cure disease without the help of government or big companies
36 Reality Check: When is a train on time?

Reality Check: When is a train on time?

In Japan they apologise when a train leaves 20 seconds early. Are other countries so exacting?
37 Why so many sexual harassment cases in US, not UK?

Why so many sexual harassment cases in US, not UK?

There are huge differences in libel laws, which might explain why the scandal has hit the US so hard.
38 We've ripped up the breakfast TV rule book - Piers Morgan

We've ripped up the breakfast TV rule book - Piers Morgan

The Good Morning Britain host on why being "provocative" in the mornings is a good thing.
39 Meera: The actress in a legal row to prove she's unmarried

Meera: The actress in a legal row to prove she's unmarried

A Pakistani actress is stuck in a seven-year-long court case over whether she is married or not.
40 How has the arena attack changed Manchester?

How has the arena attack changed Manchester?

How life has changed for people in the city six months on.
41 The life and career of a Likely Lad

The life and career of a Likely Lad

The actor found fame in The Likely Lads but struggled to repeat that success.
42 Ratko Mladic, the 'Butcher of Bosnia'

Ratko Mladic, the 'Butcher of Bosnia'

Ratko Mladic, the former Serbian army general, orchestrated the worst atrocities in post-war Europe.
43 'I would have died without Help to Rent'

'I would have died without Help to Rent'

After becoming homeless, Steve says he would probably have died on the streets if he hadn't received support to rent a home.
44 Ashes: England 'ready to go' against Australia - Joe Root

Ashes: England 'ready to go' against Australia - Joe Root

Captain Joe Root says England "just want to get out there" in the first Ashes Test against Australia in Brisbane.
45 Rugby League World Cup: England women through to semi-finals despite defeat

Rugby League World Cup: England women through to semi-finals despite defeat

England's women are through to the semi-finals of the World Cup, despite a shock defeat by the Cook Islands in their final group game.
46 Liverpool investigate fan complaints about Seville stewards and police

Liverpool investigate fan complaints about Seville stewards and police

Liverpool are investigating claims police and stewards at Sevilla game were violent and denied fans entry to Tuesday's Champions League draw.
47 Ashes: England or Australia - who will win? Pundits make their predictions

Ashes: England or Australia - who will win? Pundits make their predictions

Can England upset the odds or will Australia continue their dominance on home soil? Find out what the experts think.
48 Johanna Konta appears close to a deal with Maria Sharapova's former coach

Johanna Konta appears close to a deal with Maria Sharapova's former coach

Michael Joyce - a major part of Maria Sharapova's team for six years - emerges as a strong contender to coach Johanna Konta next season.
49 Scotland start for Sean Maitland among four changes to face Australia

Scotland start for Sean Maitland among four changes to face Australia

Sean Maitland is one of four changes to Scotland's starting line-up after the Saracens wing was a late call-up to the squad.
50 Ashes 2017-18: Michael Vaughan's guide to surviving the Ashes down under

Ashes 2017-18: Michael Vaughan's guide to surviving the Ashes down under

BBC Test Match Special summariser and former England captain Michael Vaughan gives advice on how to survive an Ashes tour in Australia.
51 Five things to get the economy back on its feet

Five things to get the economy back on its feet

The measures needed to get the country's finances off life support and into recovery mode.
52 Zimbabwe crisis: Looking for Grace Mugabe in her heartland

Zimbabwe crisis: Looking for Grace Mugabe in her heartland

Meet the Zimbabweans who say that Grace Mugabe seized their land.
53 The moment Zimbabwean MPs hear Mugabe has resigned

The moment Zimbabwean MPs hear Mugabe has resigned

Zimbabwean MPs erupt with cheers as the speaker reads out Robert Mugabe's resignation letter.
54 Emotional moment for Zimbabwe activist: 'I've no words'

Emotional moment for Zimbabwe activist: 'I've no words'

Activist and political candidate Vimbaishe Musvaburi cries as she describes her emotions following Robert Mugabe's resignation.
55 Emmerson Mnangagwa: The 'crocodile' who snapped back

Emmerson Mnangagwa: The 'crocodile' who snapped back

Zimbabwe's former vice-president has had a volatile political career.
56 Mugabe's long career in pictures

Mugabe's long career in pictures

A look at the career of Robert Mugabe, who has resigned as Zimbabwe's president after 37 years in power.
57 Robert Mugabe: From war hero to resignation as president

Robert Mugabe: From war hero to resignation as president

Zimbabwe's leader Robert Mugabe has resigned as president of Zimbabwe, ending a 37-year rule.
58 Zimbabwe crisis: What comes next?

Zimbabwe crisis: What comes next?

Zimbabwe's anticipated political transition is a complicated process with no obvious answers, but here are some possibilities.
59 Gen Constantine Chiwenga: The army chief who took power from Mugabe

Gen Constantine Chiwenga: The army chief who took power from Mugabe

The army general who ruthlessly crushed the opposition in Zimbabwe is now being hailed as a political saviour.
60 How UK-Zimbabwe relations went sour

How UK-Zimbabwe relations went sour

The relationship between a former imperial power and its ex-colony is a complex one, says our diplomatic correspondent.
61 May welcomes Zimbabwe's 'brighter future' after Mugabe

May welcomes Zimbabwe's 'brighter future' after Mugabe

UK politicians react to the resignation of President Robert Mugabe after his 37-year rule.