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A new chapter in physics is here, says a team that hunted for a key building block of the Universe.
The economy is set to return to pre-Covid levels at the end of the year, but rising costs could hamper recovery.
The sectors worst hit by the Covid pandemic in England are given help with their business rates.
The chancellor has delivered his Covid recovery Budget, here's how it will affect your money.
A 52-year-old man is arrested in Halifax on suspicion of malicious communications.
Josh Cavallo has come out as gay - the only current top level male professional footballer to do so.
A shake-up of alcohol duty is announced by the chancellor, with higher taxes for stronger drinks.
A walk through the headlines of the announcements from the chancellor in his Budget.
The Chancellor pledged to return schools funding to 2010 levels with an extra £4.7bn investment.
England claim a second win in two games at the T20 World Cup thanks to an eight-wicket hammering of Bangladesh.
Nine-year-old Charlie danced at his first Northern Soul and Motown night in Bilston, West Midlands.
Anthony Joshua says he is "done with losing" as he considers a coaching shake-up in the wake of his defeat by Oleksandr Usyk.
Finding the next Foden - Richards on why talent alone did not get some of his old team-mates to the top
BBC pundit Micah Richards recalls coming through the Manchester City ranks and some of his friends and housemates who did not make it.
The Adelaide United player has become the only current male professional footballer to do so.
Several viewers got in touch to say they thought they had seen a lump under Shirley Ballas's arm.
In a statement the group says it is "not concerned with endless injunctions" and will target the M25.
Michael Edwards is among 10 former players suing the Rugby Football League (RFL) over brain injuries.
The 19-year-old is also accused of attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
Senators in Brazil vote to recommend charging the president over his handling of the pandemic.
In her first BBC Sport column, GB bobsleigh star Montell Douglas discusses the lack of black people and people of colour in winter sports.