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An update to the Online Safety Bill was influenced by Molly Russell who ended her life in 2017.
Yusuf Mahmud Nazir, five, was not admitted to hospital despite his uncle "begging" for help as his condition worsened, his family say.
It comes after a scathing report found the London brigade was "institutionally misogynist and racist".
The ex-Scotland rugby international dies six years after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
A torrent of mud and debris dislodged trees, engulfed buildings and dragged cars into the sea.
Lionel Messi scores a superb goal as Argentina get a vital victory over Mexico to boost their hopes of qualifying for the World Cup last 16.
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The man whose wife and children died after a flat fire says they were set to join him in the US.
Health officials advise vaccines and antibiotics are offered to migrants at their new accommodation.
Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Serbia's football association after its team hung a controversial flag depicting Kosovo in their dressing room.
Kevin Johnson faces execution in Missouri on Tuesday for the killing of a police officer.
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It is the first bison calf to be born in the UK wild in thousands of years.
Braintree village expects more than 11,000 shoppers to visit during Black Friday.
BBC Analysis Editor Ros Atkins looks at what’s causing egg supply issues in some UK supermarkets.
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The energy bill support package will continue after April, but will be less generous.
Pies and burgers have been slashed from the menu at a Colchester restaurant due to staff shortages and soaring food prices.
The Stop Loan Sharks agency is warning against illegal lenders as families struggle with price rises.
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Emlyn Mousley hopes his simple idea will help families struggling with rising food prices.
As energy bills rise and temperatures fall, there are extra payments available.
Egyptologists are still learning about his life and treasures a century after his tomb was opened.
Three women share their stories of how being on Twitter has changed their lives for the better.
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With no power or running water, the few remaining residents of Avdiivka have been urged to leave.
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More national rail strikes have been announced by the Aslef union.
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken in the past seven days.
Police vehicles guard British-based journalists facing death threats for reporting on protests in Iran.
Olena Zelenska tells the BBC's Lyse Doucet cold and blackouts are not the worst things Ukraine has faced.
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How the former US president might lose money if he starts tweeting.
Warren Gatland is a leading contender to return as Wales coach if the Welsh Rugby Union decide to replace Wayne Pivac.
An error-strewn and under-powered England are comfortably seen off by South Africa at Twickenham to end the hosts' autumn in deflating style.
Lionel Messi's strike opens the scoring for Argentina in their must-not-lose World Cup Group C match with Mexico before Enzo Fernandez's sublime effort seals victory.
Watch highlights as Kylian Mbappe scores twice to give France a 2-1 victory against Denmark which makes them the first team to reach the knockout stage at the World Cup.
Tom English celebrates the life of Doddie Weir, a man who brought the best out of people and made it his mission to make them smile.
Former England captain Alan Shearer says the Three Lions need to freshen things up against Wales in Tuesday's final game of the group stage at the 2022 World Cup
Kylian Mbappe scores twice for France as the defending champions lay down a marker by beating Denmark and becoming the first team to reach the World Cup knockout stage.
Former Wales captain Ashley Williams explains why Wales can still end their World Cup on a high when they face England on Tuesday.
Cristiano Ronaldo is called a "total genius" by Fifa for winning Portugal's penalty in their opening World Cup victory over Ghana.
Fans in Saudi Arabia have been unable to watch all of the World Cup after a streaming service was blocked by the country's government.
For Cai Emlyn Davies, following Wales is as much about the music as the football.
BBC Sport looks at what England and Wales need to do to qualify for the last 16 at the World Cup in Qatar.
As Wales head towards a first-round exit at the World Cup, key players Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are struggling to produce game-changing performances.
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BBC Sport's Phil McNulty reflects on England's laboured 0-0 draw with the United States in the World Cup.
FA chief executive Mark Bullingham says Fifa threatened "unlimited" sanctions against players who wore the OneLove armband during matches at the World Cup in Qatar.