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Your morning briefing for 14 November 2019.
Labour appear to contradict themselves on the working week and Boris Johnson visits flood-hit Yorkshire.
Chicken eggs were found to contain 70 times the level allowed under European safety standards.
The man accused of strangling backpacker Grace Millane says he panicked and buried her body in woods.
A weather warning for rain is in place for areas around the flood-stricken village of Fishlake.
Garlic and ginger pills can delay the healing of skin wounds when breast cancer spreads, expert says.
London blogger The Gentle Author's photographs of the growing trend to leave only the facade of a building while constructing a new one behind.
The major parties in England have pledged billions more for the NHS over the next five years.
Rising numbers of children are being officially labelled as vulnerable before they are even born.
Kumanjayi Walker's shooting death in Australia has prompted anger and protests across the country.
Priti Patel goes further than other senior Tories in setting out the party's post-Brexit policy.
The actress discusses her film Last Christmas and why it's "just not helpful" to read her reviews.
Three young West Africans stole from their families to fund a trek to Europe, now they have to face the consequences.
As part of a new BBC blog series, Katie Holden shares what she spent her money on this week.
Harry and Samuel post videos with advice and tips for sufferers in the hope others will open up.
Two snail farms in the US are now allowing top restaurants to switch from canned to fresh supplies.
Turkey has begun sending IS members to their home countries - even if they don't want them back.
For the first time, the public hears evidence in the case to impeach US President Donald Trump.
Election promises of a rising minimum wage leave some bosses wondering how to fund staff pay rises.
Targets covering A&E, cancer and routine operations have been missed for more than three years.