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I May Destroy You: How modern TV's most talked-about sex scenes were filmed
Ita O'Brien worked as intimacy co-ordinator on I May Destroy You, Normal People and Sex Education.
bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 13:13

Manu Tuilagi: Sale Sharks sign England centre after Leicester Tigers departure
Sale Sharks sign England centre Manu Tuilagi following his departure from Premiership rivals Leicester Tigers.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 13:02

Manchester City overturn two-year ban from European competition on appeal to Cas
Manchester City successfully overturn their two-year ban from European club competitions.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 13:02

Brexit: Ads highlight changes for UK holidaymakers
Government campaign will also carry advice for UK and EU firms before the transition period ends.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 13:01

Coronavirus: Manicures and tattoos now possible in England as lockdown eases
Beauty salons, spas and tattoo parlours are also allowed to reopen in the latest phase of changes.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 13:00

Xinjiang: Rubio and Cruz hit with tit-for-tat China sanctions
The move comes after the US sanctions Chinese officials for Beijing's actions in Xinjiang.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 12:59

Coronavirus: Disney heir and Ben & Jerry’s call for higher taxes
Some of the world’s richest people want governments to raise taxes on them to help pay for Covid-19.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 12:58

Christopher Aurier, brother of Tottenham's Serge, shot dead in France
Christopher Aurier dies in hospital after being shot in the French city of Toulouse.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 12:35

Nelson Mandela's daughter Zindzi dies at 59
The youngest daughter of South Africa's first black president dies in Johannesburg.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 12:30

'We need action, education, change' - Zaha on racism
Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha thanks fans for support but says footballers receive racist abuse on social media "every day".
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 12:23

Actress Kelly Preston dies aged 57
The actress and wife of John Travolta died after a "two-year battle with breast cancer", he says.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 12:22

Coronavirus: More than 100 outbreaks tackled a week, says Matt Hancock
"Targeted action" means outbreaks are being swiftly dealt with, the health secretary says.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 11:52

Stormzy: Children in Need matches rapper's £10m donation pledge
The money will go towards tacking racial inequality in the UK and will be donated over 10 years.
bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 11:48

Quiz suspends supplier amid exploitation claims
The fast-fashion firm is the latest to face allegations of poor working condition at its suppliers.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 11:34

'2020 and this is life' - Republic of Ireland striker McGoldrick targeted by racist abuse
Sheffield United say "something needs to change" with striker David McGoldrick the latest player to be racially abused on social media.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 11:34

Lisa Marie Presley's son Benjamin Keough dies at 27
Lisa Marie Presley is "heartbroken, inconsolable and beyond devastated" at Benjamin Keough's death.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 10:11

Bearded vulture spotted in the Peak District
The bird, more used to the Alps, has ended up on the Derbyshire and Yorkshire border.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 09:40

Daniel Lewis Lee: First US federal execution in 17 years to go ahead
Relatives of Daniel Lewis Lee's victims had sought to delay the execution because of coronavirus.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 09:18

Dead Seoul mayor accused of sexual harassment
The alleged victim said the harassment included the mayor of Seoul sending semi-naked pictures.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 09:11

'Don't let Broad debate mask England errors' - Agnew column
England did not pick their best side, but that is not why they lost the first Test against West Indies, says Jonathan Agnew.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 08:13

'I've tried to make it a positive situation' - GB's Boulter on volunteering and an unexpected flatmate
Katie Boulter tells BBC Sport about her unexpected flatmate and volunteering in lockdown as she prepares to return to competition.
bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 08:09

Priti Patel to set out post-Brexit immigration details
A new system is set to come into force next year, once freedom of movement with the EU has ended.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 05:52

Coronavirus doctor's diary: Why are people remaining ill for so long?
Dr John Wright on two young patients seen at Bradford Royal Infirmary's Covid-19 "survivors' clinic".
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 04:17

Vishal Mehrotra: Father pleads for fresh inquiry into son's murder
Vishambar Mehrotra says news a paedophile named a report after his son is a "major revelation".
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 02:12

The women who can't get an abortion in lockdown
Indian women are struggling to access safe reproductive services because of Covid-19 restrictions.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:14

Wounds of Dutch history expose deep racial divide
Faced with protests and attacks on statues, the Dutch are struggling with a legacy of racism.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:11

The woman who wants to make kids better with money
Louise Hill is the founder of GoHenry, which provides prepaid debit cards for children.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:10

How video is challenging the traditional CV
Personal videos are increasingly being used in the job application process.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:09

Home-schooling during coronavirus: a child's verdict
What do Britain's children think of home-schooling during the Covid-19 pandemic?
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:07

“If we’re heroes then why are we being exploited?”
MPs are calling for action to help so-called mortgage prisoners, including thousands of key workers.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:05

India's growing Covid-19 waste challenges workers
Millions are using gloves and masks but safely discarding them is proving to be challenge.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:03

Dunston Staiths: A symbol of the past fighting for its future
Reputedly Europe's largest timber structure, is there a future for Dunston Staiths?
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:03

'Lockdown brought out the workaholic in me'
A personal trainer, an advertising agency worker and a musician share their experiences of burnout.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:02

The Papers: 'Mask muddle' and Brexit publicity 'blitz'
The papers cover the government position on face coverings and a campaign to prepare the UK for Brexit.
bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 01:00

Three generations on the impact of George Floyd's death
Three generations of one family discuss their experiences of racism and whether things are changing.
news.bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 00:59

Match of the Day 2: Jermaine Jenas wants social media companies to do more
Match of the Day 2 pundit Jermaine Jenas says social media companies must do more following the news that Wilfried Zaha received racist abuse online.
bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 00:27

Poland's Duda holds slim lead in presidential election, exit poll suggests
The conservative incumbent Andrzej Duda leads by a tiny margin, according to an exit poll.
bbc.co.uk | 13-Jul-2020 00:21

US Navy ship fire: Sailors and fire crew injured
At least 11 sailors needed medical treatment following the fire on the vessel, moored at San Diego Naval Base.
news.bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 23:47

Man City to learn ban appeal verdict - everything you need to know
BBC Sport looks forward to Monday's verdict on Manchester City's appeal against their two-year Champions League ban.
bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 23:35

Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester: Leicester nowhere near Champions League level - Brendan Rodgers
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers says his side are "nowhere near Champions League level" following a 4-1 thrashing by Bournemouth.
bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 23:09

Bournemouth hammer 10-man Leicester to boost survival hopes
Bournemouth come from behind to beat 10-man Leicester City and boost their hopes of avoiding relegation from the Premier League.
bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 22:55

Coronavirus: South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat Covid-19
It is one of several restrictions introduced by President Ramaphosa amid rising infection rates.
BBC News | 12-Jul-2020 22:43

Coronavirus: Three generations of Bollywood Bachchan family infected
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, her father-in-law, husband and daughter test positive for Covid-19.
bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 22:42

Tottenham Hotspur 2-1: Arsenal: Toby Alderweireld heads winner as Spurs come from behind
Toby Alderweireld heads the winner as Tottenham come from behind to beat Arsenal and move above their north London rivals in the Premier League.
news.bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 21:27

Coronavirus: Florida sets new state daily case record of 15,299
A 24-hour tally of 15,299 new coronavirus cases eclipses the worst rates seen in New York in April.
bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 21:25

Broad 'nowhere near done' as England player - Stokes
Stuart Broad is "nowhere near done" despite being left out of England's first-Test defeat by West Indies, says stand-in captain Ben Stokes.
bbc.co.uk | 12-Jul-2020 21:10

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