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Fuel supply: UK suspends competition law to get petrol to forecourts
It comes as the Petrol Retailers Association warns that up to two-thirds of its members are out of fuel.
German elections: Centre-left narrowly wins against Merkel's party
The Social Democrats beat the party of outgoing Chancellor Merkel and may need weeks to form a coalition.
NHS waits: More people feeling forced into private healthcare
Increasing numbers are raising money to go private rather than wait for NHS operations.
Afghanistan: Taliban ban Helmand barbers from trimming beards
The hardline group says anyone cutting beards will be punished as it breaches their reading of Islamic law.
Covid-19: NHS waiting lists and Australia's PM on COP26 and quarantine
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
Iceland misses out on Europe's first female-majority parliament after recount
A recount dashes Iceland's belief that it had Europe's first parliament with 50% of seats held by women.
COP26: Australia PM undecided on attending crucial climate summit
The coal-supporting nation has faced increasing pressure to commit to a net zero emissions target.
Labour conference: Party to unveil plan to scrap business rates
Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves will promise a fairer property tax in a speech to Labour's conference.
Aldi says deliveries normal despite lorry driver shortage
The boss of supermarket chain Aldi UK says he doesn't expect any disruption for customers this Christmas.
Grant Thornton fined £4m for Patisserie Valerie scandal
The accountancy firm has been fined £4m for audit failings of bust cake chain Patisserie Valerie
Strictly's Tom Fletcher and partner test positive
The McFly singer and professional dancer Amy Dowden will miss Saturday's show after getting Covid.
The Papers: Army may deliver fuel amid petrol 'shambles'
Monday's papers are dominated by reports that soldiers could be called upon to deliver petrol.
Interviewing the Taliban: 'Still now I am terrified'
Afghan news anchor Beheshta Arghand made history when she interviewed the Taliban.
Labour: 'I joined for Corbyn, but I'm staying'
Ana joined the Labour Party in support of Jeremy Corbyn but is staying in the hope of seeing a vision for the future from Keir Starmer.
How climate change is making inequality worse, especially for children
Children will face up to three times as many extreme climate events as their grandparents, research suggests.
Manta rays inspire new device to filter microplastics
Wastewater plants release microplastics into the environment, but could manta rays hold the key to a solution?
Styling a better future for black models at fashion week
How one model and one massive fashion show agency are making life a bit more beautiful for black models.
Love Canal: The suburb built on 20,000 tonnes of chemical waste
How a group of 'hysterical housewives' fought to be evacuated from their polluted homes
Aberdeen scientists develop ice stupas for Himalayan water crisis
Aberdeen scientists are developing ice stupa technology, invented by Indian engineer Sonam Wangchuk.
In rural Afghanistan, a family welcomes Taliban rule
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen travels to Helmand province, a month after the hardline Islamists took control.
Dalai Lama backs bid to save Edinburgh café he inspired
Reka Gawa opened the Himalaya Café after a chance meeting with the spiritual leader almost 20 years ago.
Can football-playing robots beat the World Cup winners by 2050?
The robot football league that is hoping to eventually beat the best human team in the world.
Xianzi: The #MeToo icon China is trying to silence
A court has thrown out a high-profile sexual harassment case. Can China's feminist movement survive?
Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
China Evergrande: What the company's debt crisis means for the world
The property giant has missed an interest payment deadline, fuelling concerns that it will collapse.
Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: Why are hundreds of aid trucks stranded?
The UN says hundreds of trucks have not returned from Tigray and it's affecting the flow of aid.
Bake Off meets Brassed Off - how a community bakery became a showstopper
A new stage musical tells the story of how a Liverpool bakery sparked a neighbourhood fightback.
'US will be formidable for 20 years' - McIlroy after Europe thrashed in Ryder Cup
Rory McIlroy says "there's phenomenal talent on that team" after the United States crush Europe by a record margin at Whistling Straits.
England all-rounder Moeen retires from Test cricket
England all-rounder Moeen Ali announces his retirement from Test cricket.
Watch: Tearful McIlroy says he 'should have done more'
An emotional Rory McIlroy says he ''should have done more'' for Team Europe after they were beaten by the United States in the Ryder Cup.
US regain Ryder Cup with record win against Europe
The United States regain the Ryder Cup, beating Europe by a record 19-9 score at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
'Shameful and shambolic - big questions for Tottenham, Nuno & Kane'
Tottenham suffered an embarrassing 3-1 defeat in the north London derby, as Harry Kane failed to end his beginning-of-the-season goal drought.
Gas prices: Why are they so high and what is the energy price cap?
Householders face a rise in energy bills - as well as the possibility their supplier could go bust.
What can I do if my energy supplier goes bust?
Nearly 1.5 million customers have seen their energy firm collapse amid soaring gas prices.
Where does the UK get its gas and is it facing a shortage this winter?
A surge in gas prices has prompted fears of hard times ahead - but how bad could it get?
Why is there a CO2 shortage and how will it hit food supplies?
The UK's food industry has been told it must pay five times more for carbon dioxide in future.
Heat pumps: What are the alternatives to gas boilers?
No new gas boilers should be sold from 2025 according to the the International Energy Agency.
In love with the Resistance: My mother-in-law's war
Researching family history, Rosie Whitehouse uncovered a story of Protestants and Jews uniting against the Nazis in a French town.
CEO Secrets: 'In my business, you eat what you kill'
Music executive Riki Bleau shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.
'How we re-delivered a baby's postcard - 75 years on'
After an illness, Stu began reuniting old postcards with their owners - and revived some buried memories.
Ryder Cup: Tales behind Great Britain's wins over the United States
Britain only defeated the US three times in the first 25 Ryder Cups, but behind each victory is a wealth of remarkable stories.
The torso in the Thames: A 20-year mystery
Twenty years ago, a young African boy was murdered and his torso was dumped in the Thames. It's the longest unsolved child murder case in the recent history of the Metropolitan Police.
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