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The supermarket is joining other chains in removing the barbecues from its shelves for safety reasons.
Olympic, European and world mixed doubles champion Eve Muirhead retires from curling saying he hopes she showed "girls that being sweaty's cool".
George Jack Temperley-Wells is thought to have travelled from Darlington with his mother.
The charges follow the death of a father-of-six and attacks on three other people in incidents around Skye.
The burger chain says it hopes to support a "small but important sense of normalcy".
Harry Sarkar got bereavement leave and flexible working benefits due to his "odious" lies.
Ukraine and Russia trade accusations as the Zaporizhzhia nuclear facility, Europe's largest, is hit.
Northern Superchargers' Adam Lyth smashes four sixes in a row on his way to hitting the fastest 50 in the Men's hundred in their match against Oval Invincibles at The Oval.
Sheikh Rahimullah Haqqani, who had close ties with the Taliban, was a supporter of girls' education.
High temperatures and lack of rain continues across Europe, as governments to issue health warnings
Firefighters continue to try to extinguish the wildfire raging through the Gironde region.
Following England's Euro 2022 triumph, Lionesses captain Leah Williamson guest edited BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour on Thursday.
Drinks breaks will return in Premier League games this weekend because of the high temperatures across the UK.
Its IT provider says it may take three or four weeks to fully recover from the cyber-attack.
Nearly £4,000 is raised after a shop's entire stock of chocolate melts during the recent heatwave.
Aine Davis, 38, is remanded in custody in the UK after being deported from Turkey.
The actress responds to Sean Bean, who said sex scene specialists spoil the spontaneity of filming.
One in six local authorities in the UK have lost at least one pool since 2019, BBC News finds.
More multiple launch rocket systems are on the way to Ukraine, so how much of a difference are they making?
Thousands of UK home addresses have been used by crime gangs to register bogus firms, the BBC finds.