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Ukraine wins the Eurovision Song Contest as folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra ride a wave of public support to be crowne
Eurovision 2022: Ukraine win as UK's Sam Ryder comes second - BBC News
Liverpool beat Chelsea in the FA cup final at Wembley after a deadlocked game went to penalties - reaction
FA Cup final: Chelsea v Liverpool - Azpilicueta and Mane miss penalties
"No shelling for days" - Kharkiv's mayor tells BBC that Russian forces have withdrawn far out from Ukraine's second city

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Ukraine war latest: Russians pushed back far out of Kharkiv - City mayor - BBC News
Damehood given to BBC podcast host Deborah James, days after she revealed she is receiving end-of-life care for her bowel cancer
Deborah James, host of Big C podcast, honoured with damehood
Gargantuan black hole at the centre of our galaxy pictured for very first time
Black hole: First picture of Milky Way monster
Russian soldiers caught on camera shooting unarmed Ukrainian civilians in the back in footage seen by the BBC
Ukraine conflict: Russian soldiers seen shooting dead unarmed civilians
Another 50 fines to be issued over Covid lockdown rule breaking in and around Downing Street, London police say
50 more Downing Street Covid fines issued
Finland must apply for Nato membership without delay, its leaders announce, after Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Ukraine latest news: Finland leaders announce intention to join Nato - BBC News
UK and Sweden sign mutual security deal, pledging support if either country comes under attack
Ukraine latest news: Johnson pledges support if Sweden were to be attacked - BBC News
Queen pulls out of reading the Queen's Speech at this year's State Opening of Parliament, Buckingham Palace announces
Queen hands over to Charles for State Opening of Parliament
UK opposition leader Labour's Keir Starmer says he'll quit if given Covid fine by police
Keir Starmer: I'll quit if given Covid fine by police
Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa resigns amid mass protests over the country's worst economic crisis since independence
Sri Lankan PM resigns amid economic crisis
Dennis Waterman, star of TV shows Minder, The Sweeney and New Tricks, has died aged 74, his family says
Dennis Waterman: Minder and New Tricks star dies aged 74
Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa will take over from Jodie Whittaker as the next Dr Who, the BBC announces
Ncuti Gatwa: BBC names actor as next Doctor Who
Historic election result in Northern Ireland as Sinn Féin wins most assembly seats for first time, pushing DUP into second place
NI election results 2022: Sinn Fin wins most seats in historic election
The SNP finishes as biggest party in Scottish council elections - with Labour in second after the Conservatives suffer big losses
Scottish council elections 2022: SNP finishes as biggest party
Prince Harry and Andrew will not join other royals on Buckingham Palace balcony for Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations
Platinum Jubilee: Harry and Andrew will not appear on Buckingham Palace balcony
UK opposition leader Labour's Keir Starmer investigated by police over alleged Covid breach last year
Starmer to be investigated over alleged Covid breach
More than 16,000 jobs at risk as convenience store McColl's collapses into administration
McColl's collapses into administration
Russia's President Vladimir Putin apologised after his foreign minister said that Nazi leader Adolf Hitler had "Jewish blood", Israel says
Putin sorry for Lavrov's claim Hitler was part Jewish - Israel PM
World’s true death toll from Covid pandemic is nearly 15 million, three times the official figure, says World Health Organization
Covid: Worlds true pandemic death toll nearly 15 million, says WHO
UK interest rates raised from 0.75% to 1%, their highest level since 2009, as Bank of England tries to tackle cost of living
UK interest rates rise to the highest since 2009
EU unveils plan to ban all Russian oil imports in major new sanctions package over Moscow's war in Ukraine

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Ukraine latest news: EU unveils plan to ban Russian oil imports - BBC News
Evacuation of civilians trapped in a steel plant in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol is underway, UN says

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Ukraine latest news: Safe passage for civilians to leave Mariupol under way - UN - BBC News
Conservative MP Neil Parish, who is being investigated for allegedly watching pornography in the House of Commons, expected to resign - BBC told
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Neil Parish says he's resigning as an MP after admitting he watched pornography twice in the House of Commons
Conservative MP Neil Parish, who is being investigated for allegedly watching pornography in the House of Commons, expected to resign - BBC told
MP Neil Parish expected to quit this afternoon amid porn claims
British-born Islamic State militant Alexanda Kotey sentenced to life over murders of American hostages in Syria
Alexanda Kotey: IS 'Beatle' sentenced to life in US for murders in Syria
Former Wimbledon champion Boris Becker jailed for two and half years for hiding assets to avoid paying debts
Tennis champion Boris Becker jailed over bankruptcy
Conservative MP Neil Parish investigated for allegedly watching pornography in the House of Commons
Tory MP Neil Parish investigated over porn claims
US President Biden proposes record $33bn aid package to help Ukraine, hours after Russia warns West against sending more weapons
Biden announces $33bn to help Ukraine in war
Man charged with murders of four family members stabbed to death in south-east London
Bermondsey stabbings: Man charged with murder of four people
DJ Tim Westwood steps down from Capital Xtra show following sexual misconduct claims
DJ Tim Westwood steps down from Capital Xtra show
Government policies of discharging patients from hospital to care homes in England at start of pandemic were "unlawful", High Court judges rule
Covid: Discharging hospital patients to care homes 'unlawful'
Ex-Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, in joint investigation by BBC and Guardian
DJ Tim Westwood accused of sexual misconduct
Twitter's board agrees to $44bn takeover by Elon Musk, who has promised to "unlock" the social media giant's potential
Twitter board agrees to $44bn takeover by Elon Musk
Emmanuel Macron set for clear victory in France’s presidential election, beating far right candidate Marine Le Pen, projections show
Macron beats Le Pen in French election projections - BBC News
UK MPs approve inquiry into whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson misled Parliament over parties held during Covid lockdown
Partygate: MPs back inquiry into claims PM misled Parliament - BBC News
Mother, stepdad and teenage boy guilty of murdering five-year-old Logan Mwangi
Logan Mwangi: Mother, stepdad, teenager guilty of murder
James Watson found guilty of murdering six-year-old Rikki Neave 28 years ago
Rikki Neave: James Watson guilty of schoolboy's 1994 murder
A woman who has given more than £2m to the Conservative Party was listed as a director of a company secretly owned by a sanctioned Russian oligarch, documents seen by the BBC indicate
Tory donors 'link' to sanctioned oligarchs secret London property
Report into fatal shooting by actor Alec Baldwin finds production company showed "plain indifference" to employee safety
Production firm fined over Baldwin shooting case
Police say they have spoken to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after she was filmed apparently breaching Scotland's face mask rules and no further action necessary
Police speak to Nicola Sturgeon over mask breach
Seven people killed in missile strikes in western Ukrainian city of Lviv, officials say, in a marked escalation in attacks
Ukraine war latest news: Missiles hit Lviv in Ukraine's west as Russia bombards cities - BBC News
Russia bans UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior ministers from entering Russia over the UK's "hostile" stance on the war in Ukraine
Russia bans Johnson from country over Ukraine war
Russian warship Moskva has sunk, state media says, a day after it was reported damaged by fire or a Ukrainian missile strike
Russian warship Moskva has sunk - state media
Some UK asylum seekers to be sent 4,000 miles away to Rwanda and military to take control of patrolling Channel, PM Boris Johnson announces
UK to give asylum seekers one-way ticket to Rwanda
Police arrest man suspected of shooting 10 commuters in rush hour attack at New York City subway station
Police arrest suspect in New York subway shooting
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