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Ten years ago, Egyptians took to the streets calling for the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak
The existing recommendations are based on out-of-date evidence, the Royal College of Nursing says.
Jesper Brodin, who heads the firm, says he fears global trade tensions will mean customers must pay more.
As Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy prepares to celebrate 20 years in charge of one of England's biggest clubs, BBC Sport speaks to those who know him well.
The rock band discuss Mick Jagger, lockdown haircuts and how their lyrics start on bar mats.
The sister of a girl who died following a school bus crash speaks about how she has coped with her grief.
The three-fingered gesture has become a defining symbol of Thailand and Myanmar protests - but why?
The US has deployed long-range bomber planes to Norway, in a move seen as a message to Russia.
Royal news continues to dominate the papers ahead of Harry and Meghan's Oprah Winfrey interview.
Daniel Amartey scores an 87th-minute winner as Leicester come from behind to beat Brighton and boost their bid for Champions League qualification.
Bayern Munich boss says Haaland deal is "possible", no Barcelona move for Adama Traore, plus more.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson opens up about his 2018 brain haemorrhage in new film.
People in the age group are being invited to book their first vaccine from this week.
Holly Archer wins 1500m silver for Great Britain at the European Indoor Championships, but only after her disqualification is overturned.
Former Premiership and European champions Saracens lose 25-17 in their Championship opener at Cornish Pirates.
Aston Villa's European hopes suffer another setback as they are held to a goalless draw by Wolves in their West Midlands derby.
Siva Naulago's late try stuns Worcester as his first Premiership hat-trick helps leaders Bristol overcome the bottom club.
Rangers have "been to hell and back over the past 10 years", says manager Steven Gerrard, with the club one point from the Scottish Premiership title.
The major spending package is expected to be given final approval in the House next week.
Some Sheffield United players "need to go", says manager Chris Wilder after his side slip closer to Premier League relegation.