Saudi Arabia driving ban on women to be lifted  [LINK]
King Salman issues an order allowing women to be given driving licences for the first time. [Read More]
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Jeremy Corbyn: Labour on the threshold of power  [LINK]
The Labour leader will tell his party conference the general election has "put the Tories on notice". [Read More]
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Irish abortion law: Referendum 'to be held next year'  [LINK]
The government says a vote on whether to change the country's abortion law will be held next year. [Read More]
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'I was banned from teaching for helping my pupils cheat'  [LINK]
Penalties given to teachers for cheating rose by 50% between 2015 and 2016. [Read More]
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Winterton Academy: Girl, 16, charged over school stabbing  [LINK]
The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is due to appear in court on Wednesday. [Read More]
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Parsons Green bombing: Three men released without charge  [LINK]
Out of seven men arrested in total over the attack on 15 September, six have now been released. [Read More]
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Jason Kenny: Six-time Olympic gold medallist reverses private retirement  [LINK]
Britain's six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan he secretly retired after Rio 2016 but has now reversed his decision. [Read More]
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Jeremy Corbyn: It's right to plan for run on pound  [LINK]
The Labour leader says it's right to be carrying out "war games" planning for government. [Read More]
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Couple in court over burned body in Southfields garden  [LINK]
Ouissem Medouni and Sabrina Kouider will stand trial next year on suspicion of murder. [Read More]
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Clinton: White House private emails 'height of hypocrisy'  [LINK]
Revelations that the Trump administration used private email is the "height of hypocrisy", she says. [Read More]
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Iraqi Kurds must give up on independence or go hungry - Erdogan  [LINK]
Turkey's president says it is considering sanctions after Monday's independence referendum. [Read More]
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Brexit: Donald Tusk says not enough progress in talks  [LINK]
Donald Tusk says he is pleased the UK's aim of "having cake and eating it" in Brexit talks is over. [Read More]
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Brexit: Donald Tusk says not enough progress in talks  [LINK]
Donald Tusk says he is pleased the UK's aim of "having cake and eating it" in Brexit talks is over. [Read More]
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Ben Stokes: England cricketer arrested after Bristol nightclub incident  [LINK]
England cricketer Ben Stokes was arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm after a nightclub incident in Bristol early on Monday. [Read More]
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Equifax boss leaves after data breach  [LINK]
The credit report giant's chairman and chief executive, Richard Smith, steps down with immediate effect. [Read More]
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Ben Stokes: England cricketer arrested after Bristol incident  [LINK]
England cricketer Ben Stokes is arrested after an incident in Bristol following victory over West Indies in the third one-day international. [Read More]
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Till Death Us Do Part actor Booth dies  [LINK]
He starred in programmes including BBC sitcom Till Death Us Do Part. [Read More]
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Liz Dawn: Coronation Street's Vera Duckworth dies at 77  [LINK]
The actress played Vera Duckworth on the long-running ITV soap for 34 years. [Read More]
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Liz Dawn: Coronation Street's Vera Duckworth dies at 77  [LINK]
The actress played Vera Duckworth on the long-running ITV soap for 34 years. [Read More]
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Liz Dawn: Coronation Street's Vera Duckworth dies at 77  [LINK]
The actress played Vera Duckworth on the long-running ITV soap for 34 years. [Read More]
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Labour 'war-gaming for run on pound' if elected  [LINK]
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says Labour is preparing plans for "when or if they come for us". [Read More]
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The secretive state of North Korea – in charts  [LINK]
What can statistics tell us about life in Kim Jong-un's secretive country? [Read More]
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Thomas Cook predicts Spanish holiday prices to rise  [LINK]
Thomas Cook expects prices to increase by another 5% to 10% next year because of the weak pound. [Read More]
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North Korea crisis: Washington denies 'war declared'  [LINK]
North Korea said the US had declared war but the White House dismisses the talk as "absurd". [Read More]
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