Theresa May is speaking to senior ministers one-to-one ahead of a special cabinet on Wednesday.
Sana Muhammad's baby was born shortly after she was fatally attacked in her east London home.
Yemen's civil war is approaching a pivotal moment, but the UN warns that the humanitarian crisis could be about to get much worse.
Firefighters are battling deadly blazes in the north and south of the US state.
The US president attacks Emmanuel Macron on Twitter after an awkward Armistice Day visit.
Susanna Dinnage is named as the new chief executive of the Premier League, replacing Richard Scudamore.
Fiona Onasanya returned paperwork saying a "Russian man" was driving when her car was clocked speeding.
The Pakistani Christian and her family fear for their lives after she was acquitted of blasphemy.
As fixed-term exclusions have gone up across England, these schools are offering pupils a second chance.
The Home Office grant takes the bill for Scotland Yard's inquiry into her disappearance to £11.75m.
Simon Pellett and two accomplices were caught with heroin and cocaine worth £3.4m and 10 guns.
The Catastrophe star will use Makaton in a story to be aired on Children in Need day.
Before and after images from Paradise show how homes, roads and local businesses have been destroyed.
For women facing challenges ranging from eating disorders to IVF, it can be a vital resource.
The victim was almost hit by a minicab after being shoved by another pedestrian in central London.
The Eritrean family have just arrived in Canada from a refugee camp in Sudan.
The advert was not approved to be shown on TV because it breaches the rules on political advertising.
Many fans say the new look Pikachu is "grotesque" and "disgusting".
ITV confirms the 10 names heading to the jungle in Australia - from soap stars to a football boss.
Frankie McCamley looks at the psychology, the history and the popular culture around people with body hair.
How the writer, who has died aged 95, came to create the iconic characters of the Marvel universe.
The estate car was covered in paintwork and logos that made it look like an operational ambulance.
The objects were said to be very bright and flying at twice the speed of sound.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Families with autistic children say they struggle to get support to cope with violent outbursts.
Viewers share their experiences of watching Peter Jackson's much-praised film, They Shall Not Grow Old.
As California's deadliest wildfires have spread, so too have photos misattributed to the current blaze.
Max Hill QC will aim to restore trust in the Crown Prosecution Service.
Why retailers need to be doing more for their disabled customers.
Scientists hope artificial intelligence will gives us more insights into bee health and behaviour.
Calendars featuring gifts like cosmetics or wine have become a huge hit, but are there too many of them?
Last year's glitterball winner describes his intense year as he prepares to take to the stage.
As homicides in London surpass the total for last year, here is a list of all victims of murder or manslaughter in 2018.
How do you go about dressing your baby for their final resting place when conventional clothes don't fit?
England's all-time leading goalscorer Wayne Rooney says it will be "strange" playing at Wembley in his farewell appearance for the country.
Britain's Jamie Murray and partner Bruno Soares reach the doubles semi-finals of the ATP Finals in London for a third successive year.
Ben Stokes will bat at three and Ben Foakes will again keep wicket in an unchanged England side for the second Test against Sri Lanka.
South Africa's Marizanne Kapp has an extraordinary reprieve when a delivery from Sri Lanka's Udeshika Prabodhani hits her stumps but does not remove the bails.
One woman explains how a discovery about her husband's behaviour affected her life.
Eighty years ago the Nazis' persecution of the Jews suddenly turned violent. Ruth Winkelmann still remembers it vividly.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become a pop culture icon as well as the liberal face of the Supreme Court.
Life after Big Daddy and Giant Haystacks - the new generation of British wrestling.
Catherine Benfield was diagnosed with OCD as a young mum. Creating a character who personifies her condition helped her recovery.
James Johnson was jailed for manslaughter after he killed Luke Derriman in a prison fight.
An independent scientific review says badger culling can have a modest effect in reducing cattle TB.
Organisers say a world record was broken for the most people coming together to form a human poppy.
Health bosses want to move inpatient general surgery from Cheltenham to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
Campaigners accuse the government of telling "bare faced lies" about the effectiveness of badger culls.
The chained-together demonstrators are blockading the government energy department in London.
The two puppets and Sooty's magic wand once belonged to Harry Corbett and his son Matthew.
More than 1,200 people processed with the name and photograph of a soldier who died in the war.
Poet JPDL remembers the "Tommies" of World War One and why the poppy honours them.
Britain's oldest person recalls the start and end of World War One and the death of her brother.
Inspectors found letters had spelling errors, incorrect information or were sent to the wrong person.
The 11 sculptures have been placed in Slimbridge churchyard in Gloucestershire.
Llanthony Secunda Priory, which was semi-derelict, underwent a £3.2m restoration programme.
Artist Andrew Davison said knowing his designs would be on the stamps gave him a sense of festive joy.
National League North side Guiseley are paired with League One team Fleetwood Town in the second round of the FA Cup.
Forest Green settle for a FA Cup first-round replay after wasting a number of chances against League One strugglers Oxford United.
Cheltenham hold on to earn a replay after a goalless draw at Ebbsfleet in the FA Cup first round.
A late try gives Gloucester victory over Northampton in the Premiership Rugby Cup, while Newcastle and Sale win elsewhere.
Gloucestershire's Jack Taylor switches to leg-spin after serving a third ban for an illegal action as an off-spinner.
As fixed-term exclusions have gone up across England, these schools are offering pupils a second chance.
Primary pupils in Manchester take on design projects to boost creativity and problem solving skills.
Artist James Lake learned how to make giant sculptures after losing a leg to cancer when he was 17.
How is a wellness trend using noise to help people drop off?
Malachi Ralph from Cornwall says he feels calmer when he is around animals as his tics reduce.
Ashleigh tells us how she copes with kidney disease
More than 200 school children spent at least five consecutive days in school isolation booths last year.
Emile Ratelband from the Netherlands claims his doctor says he has the body of a much younger man.
Nothing to be Written is a virtual reality experience that moves you between war trenches, hospitals, trains and waiting at home for field postcards sent by soldiers during WW1.
Members of the Royal family, politicians, veterans and the public have come together to commemorate 100 years since Armistice Day.
Nothing to be Written is a VR experience about field postcards sent home by soldiers during WW1.
Beauticians are giving cancer patients free workshops to help with the side effects of treatment.
Drill is a mesmerizing dance tradition dating back centuries - and is still performed at this school.
Why one teenager walked from Leeds to London to raise awareness of mental health.
The mum of a premature baby explains why maternity leave is inadequate for parents like her.
A portrait of World War One poet Wilfred Owen is drawn in the sand then washed away in Folkestone.
The Catholic Church has announced a new focus on the role of women – but is it enough?
Chineke! is Europe's first orchestra with a majority of black and ethnic minority musicians.
Tampons, drones and more surprising innovations from World War One that changed the world.
Luke Wright tells the story of men waiting to leave for war.
Thousands of Leicester City fans turn out to pay tribute to those killed in a helicopter crash outside their stadium.
A new film Rude Boy: The story of Trojan Records traces the history of the reggae scene in the UK.
Shaina West says she's hoping to see more diversity in the stunt industry.
This 16-year-old got a glimpse of what life was like fighting in a tank during the First World War.
Meet the soldiers whose voices bring They Shall Not Grow Old to life, through their original BBC interviews.
The Recording Angel memorial commemorates all of the MPs, peers, parliamentary staff, and their sons whose lives were lost during the Great War.
Jo Johnson called for a fresh referendum as he resigned as transport minister over the Brexit deal.
An audio clip of a 999 call from a father trapped with his family in Grenfell Tower was played to the inquiry.
The project aims to put a face to every one of the 2,000 names on Ipswich's war memorial.
Police say the driver was "very lucky" to be only slightly injured in the crash near Cambridge.
Amy Dowden admits rehearsals with Danny John-Jules "got intense" but says he never threatened her.
Emmanuel Macron invited BBC Essex presenter Dave Monk to France after hearing about his grandfather.
The mother of a boy killed by a polar bear, has created a garden inspired by his idea.
Maritime and Coastguard Agency footage shows two fishermen being winched to safety in the English Channel.
Carrie Gracie, who quit as the BBC's China editor in protest over being paid less than her male peers, says pay discrimination is embedded in our culture.
The prince included some choice phrases from the West African language in his speech in Lagos.
Stephen Richardson admits he ignored advice about diet and exercise.
The Prince of Wales says the campaigning he has done as heir will stop if he becomes king.
The fire is thought to have been started by a deep fat fryer in the Morrisons cafe.
The 'Triple Cripples' AKA Jay and Kym are fighting three forms of discrimination.
A paraplegic athlete who dragged himself through Luton welcomes the airport's new wheelchairs.
The 1980s pop star appeared at a bar in Cambridge after his official tour show in the city.
John MacMurray is one of thousands of people who struggle to read and write.
Does the resilience of independent Asian businesses make them better equipped to survive the challenges of Brexit?
Three social workers talk about what keeps them going, and what keeps them up at night.
Illegal "taxi-style" lift services are growing in popularity and could be putting young people in danger.
The giant figures are described as a way of bringing the "poetic, beautiful story" of the Hindu festival to life.
Forces veteran Les Brown, 90, says he was sad to be the only one left at a recent reunion lunch.
The simple poppy pin, created to remember the casualties of war, is now the subject of debate.
Joe Hammond has motor neurone disease and is leaving a birthday legacy for his sons after he dies.
People can be seen running from the explosions just feet above their heads in a public space.
How becoming addicted to the former legal high Spice led a Brighton man into addiction and prison.
Simon Brown, who was was shot while in action in 2006, talks to about his post-traumatic stress.
Gaia Pope was found dead 11 days after going missing in November 2017.
Every Sands United player has experienced the loss of a baby, either as a father or a family member.
The secret to a long life is "liking people and breathing," Eileen Ash says.
The Smethwick Engine began pumping water back up a series of canal locks in 1779.
The former Sky Sports anchor on looking for love again after his wife's sudden death last year.
One man's experience of how changing religion affected his life and his relationship with his family.
About 10,000 flames will be lit every night this week to mark the centenary of the end of WWI.
What do the people of Liverpool think of the new statue of football star Mohamed Salah?
How one charity has been using the genre to connect with young people who are at risk of violence.
Christa Larwood visits the UCL Pathology Museum usually reserved for the eyes of medical students.
A 13-year-old girl says she wants to prove football is not just a "boy's sport".
Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.
Leave.EU co-founder Arron Banks tells the BBC all the money he donated to the campaign was UK-generated.
Ross Edgley, 33, crossed the finish line off the coast of Margate, Kent, after swimming 1,780 miles.
Relatives meet after trawler captain left 16 Germans to die on a crashed Zeppelin.
Dad says he refused to allow his children to play on the inflatable slide at Woking Park.
A heavily tattooed man who has suffered abuse because of the way he looks, says he still wants more.
Meet the children's book illustrator whose life classes with a difference bring people closer to animals.
Leicester City staff, players and fans are visibly emotional during a minute's silence before their first match since the death of owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Rebecca Gibson found her first two weeks as a mother "frustrating" after an emergency Caesarean.
Ballet shoes in brown and bronze shades are being made in the UK for the first time.
No-one was injured in the crash which took place near Bristol Parkway railway station.
A South Wales Police BMW estate car burst into flames in the Swansea Valley on Friday night.
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