Gloomy economic forecasts put chancellor under pressure but Tory MPs back him on stamp duty and Brexit.
A radical shake-up of broadband advertising will change the way ISPs promote the speed of net services.
The furniture retailer will trade until Christmas at least as administrators seek a buyer.
The Metropolitan police say they are looking into a new allegation of sexual assault.
Maurice Wrightson crashed into boulders to avoid the coach going off the road when the brakes failed.
Tinkerbell needed a warm bath after braving the Greater Manchester's cool winter climate.
The funding will go towards mental health services and regeneration in the area, the Chancellor says.
The hearings examined the deaths of the last two victims of June's blaze.
A yellow "be aware" weather alert is in force until about 09:00 GMT on Thursday.
Eleven-month-old Kia Gott has had to have all four limbs amputated after contracting the condition.
Hamleys has apologised for having to cancel sections of the event due to "unprecedented" crowds.
The BBC's business, political and economics editors on the announcements in Philip Hammond's Budget speech.
The chancellor sprinkled his Autumn financial statement with the odd joke.
The Labour leader said the Budget announcement didn't do enough to help people out of debt.
Anne Wafula-Strike was on a three-hour train journey with an out-of-order accessible loo.
The government wants autonomous cars on UK roads by 2021, but how can we ensure they're safe?
Four elephants from Twycross Zoo in Leicestershire will head to a new £2.5m home in Blackpool.
Wendy from North Yorkshire hopes the chancellor will announce plans in the Budget to help homeless people.
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Housing measures and growth forecasts attract the most headlines after the chancellor's speech.
Grandparents tell of the joy, fun and love the children give them.
Will tax changes in the Budget leave you better or worse off in 2018/19?
The Good Morning Britain host on why being "provocative" in the mornings is a good thing.
Charities say many children are still recovering from the emotional trauma of the terrorist attack.
Jack Maynard and Stormzy are the latest celebrities to be criticised for old offensive tweets.
Reacting to the news of the death of David Cassidy, readers share their memories of meeting the 70s star.
There are huge differences in libel laws, which might explain why the scandal has hit the US so hard.
Forty years on from the inaugural London-New York Concorde service, those who flew on the iconic aircraft share their memories.
How life has changed for people in the city six months on.
The BBC's Budget quiz: See how much you know about the UK Budget's long and colourful history.
The actor found fame in The Likely Lads but struggled to repeat that success.
After becoming homeless, Steve says he would probably have died on the streets if he hadn't received support to rent a home.
How one woman championed a way to bring community spirit back to city streets and keep children fit.
We know guide dogs shouldn't be disturbed, but some owners say their dogs should be left alone too.
Jana Novotna bounced back after tearfully losing a Wimbledon final. How did other tearful sport stars fare?
The stories of everyday go-to gadgets that have stood the test of time.
The amount it has cost you depends on how old you are and when you started your first period.
Papua New Guinea authorities are urging asylum seekers who remain there to leave, Australia confirms.
The incoming leader hails a new era and praises the army for removing Robert Mugabe peacefully.
Suleiman Kerimov, one of Russia's richest men, is questioned, reportedly suspected of tax evasion.
President Putin will send a survey vessel to the area where the sub vanished with 44 on board.
The ex-Bosnian Serb commander is convicted for major atrocities in the Bosnian war in the 1990s.
The USA Olympics doctor was charged with molesting seven girls in his care.
Russia's leader wins the backing of Iran and Turkey to host a new initiative to end the civil war.
UN agencies had warned that "untold thousands" would die without deliveries of fresh supplies.
The wife of former Czech PM Petr Necas used intelligence officers to spy on his first wife.
Three alleged militants and a special forces soldier die in a raid on a flat in Georgia's capital.
Daphne Caruana Galizia's family wants the senior officer overseeing the investigation to be removed.
One man has been arrested and charged over the gruesome gang killing.
An estimated 51 million people in the US will travel at least 50 miles in the Thanksgiving getaway.
The former Bosnian Serb commander has been found guilty of genocide in the 1990s Bosnian war.
He raced across the border on foot, closely pursued by North Korean troops who shot at him several times.
Zimbabwe's incoming leader Emmerson Mnangagwa tells supporters he wants to to boost the economy and create jobs.
Nevest Coleman left his prison cell near Chicago and was greeted by family members.
The rescue vessel rescued 43 migrants attempting to cross to Europe.
What counts as punctual in the UK is not the same around the world.
The photo purports to show the Wild West outlaw beside his future killer, experts say.
A Chinese man is awarded free cooked fish heads for life after he performs a dramatic underwater rescue
A former construction worker is given role at a police station because of his name.
Tajikistan has stepped up its leader's cult of personality on the 25th anniversary of his rule.
Hundreds of thousands vote airport's mascot as Japan's favourite.
South Africa's governing African National Congress has lessons to learn from the fall of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe.
Celebrities tweet #FreeCyntoiaBrown to support a former teen abuse victim jailed for murder at 16.
The government steps into a growing row over gender equality in the French language.
One of British India's earliest practising doctors, who also got Queen Victoria to dissolve her marriage.
Victims of Ratko Mladic say his life sentence will not change anything in divided Bosnia.
Aaron Aquino says that since he took charge last month, only one suspect died in 1,341 operations.
Zimbabweans are celebrating change, but is the old regime just getting a new face?
Zimbabwe's ruling party is intent on retaining power after the earthquake of Robert Mugabe's overthrow.
After a dramatic week in Zimbabwe, questions remain unanswered about Robert Mugabe's downfall.
Meet the Zimbabweans who say that Grace Mugabe seized their land.
The measures needed to get the country's finances off life-support and into recovery mode.
Zimbabwe's former vice-president has had a volatile political career.
Antonio Conte asks for help with fixture scheduling as Chelsea reach the last 16 of the Champions League by beating 10-man Qarabag.
Manchester United miss the chance to book their place in the Champions League last 16 as Basel score an 89th-minute winner.
Celtic open the scoring in France but are then overwhelmed by Paris St-Germain, who register their biggest Champions League win.
Anthony Joshua "would love to fight" Joseph Parker but Eddie Hearn says the New Zealander will not receive 35% of the revenue.
The USA Olympics doctor was charged with molesting seven girls in his care.
Michael Joyce - a major part of Maria Sharapova's team for six years - emerges as a strong contender to coach Johanna Konta next season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is a family man following in his father's footsteps to boost his country's global profile.
George North is to leave Northampton Saints and return to Wales on a national dual contract at the end of the season.
BBC Sport links up with Greater Manchester Police to see what it takes to police a high-profile football match.
Lionel Messi starts on the bench as Barcelona qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League despite a second successive 0-0 group stage draw.
Sharing match fees with Samoa is not a decision that should have to be made by England's players, says prop Dan Cole.
Everton may be forced to switch their managerial search away from Marco Silva after failing to break the deadlock over the move.
Sean Maitland is one of four changes to Scotland's starting line-up after the Saracens wing was a late call-up to the squad.
Sevilla confirm head coach Eduardo Berizzo has cancer following his side's dramatic comeback against Liverpool in the Champions League.
Mark Allen is out of the Northern Ireland Open after losing a final frame decider to China's Tian Pengfei in Belfast.
Robert Kubica will test for Williams in Abu Dhabi after this weekend's season-closing grand prix, as he looks to return to Formula 1 after seven years away.
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BBC Test Match Special summariser and former England captain Michael Vaughan gives advice on how to survive an Ashes tour in Australia.
Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell look at "one of the worst" NFL debuts of all time, as Nathan Peterman controversially replaced Tyrod Taylor as the Buffalo Bills quarterback.
WBO world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker offers £20,000 to anyone who can provide video footage of him being knocked down.
BBC Essex meets the two sets of identical twins from FA WPL Southern Division side C&K Basildon Ladies who have their team-mates seeing double.
Ashes 2017-18: England's Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes and Jonny Bairstow take on Birmingham street cricketers
England cricketers Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes rock up in Sparkhill, Birmingham to take on a group of young street cricketers at their own game.
Manchester City, Chelsea and Spurs are through to the Champions League last 16, but which other teams are, and who has work to do?
Can England upset the odds or will Australia continue their dominance on home soil? Find out what the experts think.
Marc Cayeux tells BBC Sport about his incredible recovery from a car crash that needed 27 operations and left him an inch shorter.
BBC Sport users have selected their England XI for the first Test - they disagree with the selectors, and Joe Root's batting position is not clear cut.
'Out of this misery, our athletes still rise' - British Virgin Islands sport's recovery after hurricane
After the British Virgin Islands were hit by two category five hurricanes in September, BBC Sport discovers how they are recovering and aiming for sporting glory.
As a facility, it's hard to fault Yas Marina but look past the superficialities and it's all a bit of a let down, writes Andrew Benson
This week's sport on the BBC includes the first Test of the Ashes series, Rugby League World Cup semi-finals and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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