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Dozens of people were on board when the bus overturned in a crash on the M53 in Merseyside.
He is the third presenter on the channel to be stood down in days after sharing his support for Dan Wootton.
Police make a second arrest over the cutting-down of the world-famous Hadrian's Wall tree.
Europe open a healthy 6½-1½ lead over the United States after a "sensational" opening day of the Ryder Cup in Rome.
Disability Rights UK deletes a post which accused the government of "murderous ableist policies".
The home secretary caused controversy by saying being gay or female was not enough for refugee status.
An historic undisputed heavyweight fight between champions Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk has been "signed", according to Queensbury Promotions.
The 17-year-old charged with murdering the schoolgirl has been remanded in custody.
The Californian served for more than three decades and broke new ground for women in US politics.
Karen Farquharson, 49, was told to "get on with it" after being off work ill due to her symptoms.
Fox, who was suspended from GB News, is also famous for his acting career including ITV's Lewis.
People born using a sperm or egg donor will soon be able to find their biological parents' identities.
Average temperatures through September have been well above average in the United Kingdom.
More and more councils are finding it hard to have a balanced budget and provide services to residents.
Some of the Netflix series' iconic scenes have been filmed at places like Penarth and Newport.
Plastic cutlery is banned in England from Sunday but plastic containers for takeaway meals are not.
Problems faced by the world's second-largest economy include a property market crisis and slow growth.
Each spring, magpies swoop on countless unsuspecting victims while defending their nests.
Anna Lapwood has become one of the world's most famous organists, with the help of social media.
A look back at the work of the award-winning star of stage and screen
For decades, Jewish groups have criticised monuments that celebrate Ukrainian veterans in Canada.
The IOC say hijabs will be allowed inside the athletes' village at next year's Olympics, despite hosts France banning their team members from wearing them.
Scientists have successfully adapted the haricot variety so it can be grown in British soil.
Aston Villa boss says her players have concerns over the club's shirts but will have to wear them for their WSL opener against Manchester United on Sunday.
The US singer has lodged her first legal response against harassment claims made by her ex-dancers.
A former employee told the BBC there was a lack of responsibility over a new computer system.
As the cost of living rises nearly half of universities now promote part-time jobs on their websites.
Bonnie Tyler reflects on a glittering career, 40 years since Total Eclipse of the Heart.
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Train drivers are set to strike again, and London Underground staff are also taking action.
The US president was in Arizona delivering a speech when he was interrupted.
The press watchdog orders correction to Mail on Sunday piece by the home secretary on grooming gangs.
The Sycamore Gap tree was 300 years old and while it could regrow, it will never be the same again.
Jermaine Baker was shot dead by an officer during an attempt to free an inmate from a prison van.
A study says taxes will reach 37% of national income by next election - the highest since 1948.
The PM is expected to set out plans to restrict the powers of councils in England to lower speed limits.
Watch some of the best shots from day one of the Ryder Cup, featuring Tyrrell Hatton, Max Homa, Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and three from Jon Rahm.
Russian and Belarusian para-athletes will be allowed to compete at the 2024 Paralympics in Paris after the International Paralympic Committee votes against a full ban.
The price cap which sets typical annual household energy bills is falling slightly from October.
Grabbing food on the go can be expensive so here are some top tips on making savings at lunchtime.
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
There are 10m people out of work in the UK, so if you're searching for a job you're not alone. Here are some tips on how to get started.
Energy prices will be lower this coming winter - but you may be able to save even more on your bill.
If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, what options are available?
A basic guide to how the economy is measured and why that calculation matters.
The rate at which prices are rising has fallen but remains well above the 2% inflation target.
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The Bank of England has held interest rates at 5.25%, bringing a run of 14 consecutive rises to an end.