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Failing jail system needs overhaul - PM
David Cameron is to set out a major overhaul of how prisons in England and Wales are run, in a speech billed as the first on prisons by a British PM for 20 years.
Storm Imogen begins to lash parts of UK
Thousands of homes are without power and travel is disrupted as Storm Imogen brings high winds and heavy rain to parts of Britain.
First gas flows from new Shetland plant
A huge new gas plant which will service the West of Shetland region and supply up to two million homes is fired up by Total.
Quake victim found under husband's body
Two people are rescued from a ruined building in Taiwan, one from under her husband's body, more than two days after a quake killed at least 38 people.
Heads warn over pupils' mental health
Head teachers issue a warning over their struggle to deal with children's mental health problems at primary schools in England.
Broncos beat Panthers in Super Bowl
Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos upset the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Santa Clara to win their third Super Bowl.
New refugee camps go up inside Syria
Turkish aid workers set up tents and distribute supplies for thousands of new Syrian refugees kept from entering Turkey at the border.
Man charged with terrorism offences
A 19-year-old man who was arrested at Stansted Airport is charged with terrorism offences.
'Brexit could bring migrant camps to UK'
David Cameron is to warn that migrant camps like the "Jungle" in Calais could appear in south-east England if the UK votes to leave the EU.
Cosmetic surgery ops on the rise
There was a sharp increase in the popularity of cosmetic surgery in the UK in 2015, figures show.
Police 'ponder eagles to tackle drones'
The Metropolitan Police says it is considering using eagles to intercept drones amid concerns that they are increasingly being used to commit crime.
Leopard hurts six in Indian school
A male leopard enters a school in the Indian city of Bangalore, injuring six people before being captured and released.
VIDEO: Behind the scenes of an air strike
Behind the scenes of an air strike, aboard the French aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, in the Gulf.
VIDEO: Jo Malone on 'emotional' decisions
Perfumer Jo Malone offers the business advice she wishes she'd been given when she started out, as part of the BBC News series, CEO Secrets.
VIDEO: London bus blown up for film stunt
A double-decker bus explodes on a central London bridge as part of a stunt for an upcoming movie.
VIDEO: Frozen 'car park' unexpectedly melts
A frozen lake being used as a car park at the annual Winter Fest event in Wisconsin, US, melts leaving vehicles submerged in the water.
VIDEO: Smartpatch aims to put snoring to bed
The Silent Partner claims to have come up with a solution for those sleeping with someone who snores.
VIDEO: Cartoon smartphone lessons for parents
One Chinese artist has found a novel way to help his parents get up to speed with apps and help them stay in touch.
VIDEO: Why is make-up a hard sell in India?
The BBC's Yogita Limaye speaks to Vivek Bali, Sephora's India chief executive.
VIDEO: Politicians dream of Eurovision stardom
The MP Pete Wishart reveals his ambition to perform in the Eurovision Song Contest as part of MP4, the world's only parliamentary band.
Weekend prisoners and a migrant 'sting'
Monday's papers focus heavily on the government's plans to overhaul prisons, while an undercover investigation by the Sun identifies the alleged "Mr Big" who, it says, is helping to smuggle illegal immigrants into the UK.
Junior doctors row: Should we care?
It's the dispute that just keeps rumbling on. But even if you are fed up with hearing about anti-social-hours payments, on-call duties and long working days, there is a much more fundamental issue at the heart of all this that we should not lose sight of.
Brexit worries at the Irish border
If the UK leaves the EU, what happens on both sides of the border of the island of Ireland asks Edward Stourton.
Should Twitter ignore its users?
If Twitter is to grow, it may need to disregard the complaints by its regular users about innovations.
Why did North Korea launch a rocket?
Defence analyst Bruce Bennett looks at the reasons why North Korean leader Kim Jong-un may have decided to launch a long-range rocket in defiance of warnings.
Obamas bemoan White House wi-fi
The Obamas lament the patchy wi-fi coverage in the White House during a TV interview.
Buyer returns stolen tortoise to zoo
A stolen critically endangered tortoise is returned to an Australian zoo after being sold on the black market.
Wales frustrated after bruising encounter
Frustration abounded after Ireland and Wales fought out a nerve-wracking 16-16 Six Nations draw, writes Richard Williams.
Mourinho story made up, says Van Gaal
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says the club do not need to deny stories linking Jose Mourinho with Old Trafford.
Why Arsenal should not fear defining month
If Arsenal are going to win the Premier League, they have to pull a big result out of the bag, says MOTD2 pundit and ex- Gunners defender Martin Keown.
Victorious Broady moves into top 100
British number three Naomi Broady breaks into the world's top 100 after winning the Dow Corning Tennis Classic in Michigan.
Warning about 'inflated' broadband costs
British manufacturers are paying 'inflated' sums to secure fast enough internet access, according to EEF - the manufacturers' organisation.
China's currency reserves plunge
China's efforts to prop up its currency result in a $99.5bn plunge in its foreign currency reserves in January.
Brittan abuse inquiry 'fully justified'
The Met Police investigation of a rape allegation against the late Lord Brittan was "fully justified", a review by a senior officer from another force says.
Crunch talks on Holyrood finance
Crunch talks between the Scottish government and the Treasury on the financial arrangements to accompany the Scotland Bill will resume later.
Doctors' union irresponsible - Hunt
The health secretary and union leaders clash ahead of another junior doctors' strike, in a long-running dispute over pay and working hours.
New drive for 'paperless' NHS
The latest government attempt to improve the use of technology in the NHS in England is launched, with the aim of making services faster and more convenient.
State schools 'gaining on fee-paying'
The UK's state schools have improved so much that some private schools may be put out of business, the editor of the Good Schools Guide says.
Private college loses border licence
Some 350 international students at a private London business college have been told they must leave the UK by the end of next month.
Rise in online dating rape reports
The number of people reporting being raped on their first date with someone they met on a dating app has risen six-fold in five years, figures show.
Google AI will play live Go match
Google has announced the next challenge for its AI software - to play a live-streamed Go match against the world champion.
Water rights 'threaten' Spanish wetland
One of Europe's most important wetland areas is under threat say environmentalists as Spain and Catalonia argue about the future of the Ebro river.
'Wrong type of trees' boost warming
Scientists say replacing broadleaved species with conifers over the past two centuries has increased global temperatures.
Brooklyn wins best film award
Brooklyn is named film of the year at the Evening Standard Film Awards, beating frontrunner 45 Years.
Revenant director wins top award
Alejandro Inarritu wins the top prize at the Directors Guild of America (DGA) awards for his film The Revenant, boosting his hopes for the Oscars.
How unhealthy is three-and-a-half years indoors?
Julian Assange has been in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since June 2012.
Why are Americans so angry?
Americans are generally known for having a positive outlook on life, but with the presidential election now well under way, polls show voters are angry. Why are they so cross?
Pre-Raphaelites on Paper
More than 100 drawings and sketches by around 60 of the most prominent artists of the Pre-Raphaelite period go on show in London.
Your pictures: Floating
Readers' photographs on the theme of floating.
How the British and Americans started listening in
The long history of the UK and US monitoring the world
The 'fat girl' everybody loved
Remembering the 'fat girl' everybody loved
The potato farmer who made millions
The potato farmer who swapped bankruptcy for making millions
Why do mobile phones still work in jail?
Why are illicit mobiles still in prisons?
Steroids sold illegally via Facebook
The illegal side of bodybuilding
Lunar New Year in pictures
Lunar New Year celebrated by hundreds of millions
Leicester to win title says internet
Leicester can win the Premier League, says the internet
Letter from Africa: Mugabe the feminist?
Time to take the fight for women's rights in Africa seriously

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 World News
New refugee camps go up inside Syria
Turkish aid workers set up tents and distribute supplies for thousands of new Syrian refugees kept from entering Turkey at the border.
Quake victim found under husband's body
Two people are rescued from a ruined building in Taiwan, one from under her husband's body, more than two days after a quake killed at least 38 people.
Leopard hurts six in Indian school
A male leopard enters a school in the Indian city of Bangalore, injuring six people before being captured and released.
Haitian leader quits without successor
President Michel Martelly of Haiti steps down without a successor in place as tension continues over the election of his successor.
Security Council condemns N Korea launch
The UN Security Council strongly condemns North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket, saying it will soon adopt a sanctions resolution.
Broncos beat Panthers in Super Bowl
Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos upset the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Santa Clara to win their third Super Bowl.
Spain breaks up 'IS jihadist cell'
Spanish police say they have arrested seven people with suspected links to so-called Islamic State (IS) and other jihadist groups.
Venezuelan shops halve work hours
Shopping centres in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, say they will be halving their opening times to four hours a day.
Water rights 'threaten' Spanish wetland
One of Europe's most important wetland areas is under threat say environmentalists as Spain and Catalonia argue about the future of the Ebro river.
Bosnian women protest at headscarf ban
About 2,000 women in Bosnia protest against a ban on wearing Islamic headscarves in courts and other legal institutions.
Obamas bemoan White House wi-fi
The Obamas lament the patchy wi-fi coverage in the White House during a TV interview.
Lunar New Year in pictures
Images from around the world as hundreds of millions of people celebrate the Lunar New Year, welcoming in the year of the monkey.
VIDEO: Super Bowl 50: In numbers
Super Bowl 50, American football's showstopper takes place this weekend between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. The BBC takes a look at the numbers.
VIDEO: Taiwan quake: the moment a survivor was found
Search teams in Taiwan have rescued a man and a woman from a collapsed apartment block more than two days after it was brought down by an earthquake.
VIDEO: Video 'shows N Korea rocket launch'
North Korea has fired a long-range rocket, which critics say is a test of banned missile technology.
VIDEO: Behind the scenes of an air strike
Behind the scenes of an air strike, aboard the French aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, in the Gulf.
VIDEO: Frozen 'car park' unexpectedly melts
A frozen lake being used as a car park at the annual Winter Fest event in Wisconsin, US, melts leaving vehicles submerged in the water.
VIDEO: Cartoon smartphone lessons for parents
One Chinese artist has found a novel way to help his parents get up to speed with apps and help them stay in touch.
VIDEO: London bus blown up for film stunt
A double-decker bus explodes on a central London bridge as part of a stunt for an upcoming movie.
VIDEO: Key moments from Republican debate
Was this the most awkward opening to any US election debate? Ben Carson left waiting in the wings, plus other key moments in New Hampshire.
Pre-Raphaelites on Paper
New Pre-Raphaelite show offers glimpse into painters' lives
Letter from Africa: Mugabe the feminist?
Time to take the fight for women's rights in Africa seriously
The 'fat girl' everybody loved
Remembering the 'fat girl' everybody loved
Why an Indian lawyer tried to sue God
The controversial court case that stunned Indians
Carrier triples French firepower in IS fight
The French carrier bringing the fight to Islamic State
Is there such a thing as 'the world's best chef'?
Is there such a thing as 'the world's best chef'?

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 Entertainment News
Brooklyn wins best film award
Brooklyn is named film of the year at the Evening Standard Film Awards, beating frontrunner 45 Years.
Revenant director wins top award
Alejandro Inarritu wins the top prize at the Directors Guild of America (DGA) awards for his film The Revenant, boosting his hopes for the Oscars.
Inside Out wins big at Annie Awards
Inside Out is the big winner at this year's Annie Awards for animation, winning 10 prizes including best film.
Hot Licks singer Hicks dies at 74
Singer-songwriter Dan Hicks, best-known as the lead musician with the acoustic band Hicks and His Hot Licks, dies at the age of 74.
Zayn Malik debuts at number one
Zayn Malik's debut single, Pillowtalk, has gone straight to the top of the UK singles charts.
Wogan's funeral set for next week
The funeral of Sir Terry Wogan will take place next week and will be a private family service, the BBC says.
LeBlanc 'amazed' by Top Gear reaction
Former Friends star Matt LeBlanc says he "can?t believe the response" to news he will co-host the new series of Top Gear, when the BBC show returns in May.
Actor declared dead after stage stunt
An Italian actor left in a coma, after a hanging scene went wrong in a live theatrical production, is declared brain dead.
Earth, Wind & Fire founder White dies
Maurice White, founder of US soul band Earth, Wind & Fire, has died aged 74, his brother says.
Glee star to make West End debut
Glee's Amber Riley is to star in stage musical Dreamgirls when it opens in the West End in November.
John Malkovich to direct play at Rose
John Malkovich is to direct the UK premiere of Zach Helm's play Good Canary at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, this autumn.
HK booksellers 'author' attacks China
A Chinese writer tells the BBC he published a provocative book about President Xi Jinping, linked to five missing Hong Kong booksellers, as a challenge to China.
Archers fan 'accidentally' raises 22k
An Archers "accidentally" raises more than 22,000 after setting up a donation page under the name of one of the radio soap's characters.
VIDEO: Rare vinyl album gets another spin
An album made by a Scottish Christian rock band is being re-released more than 40 years after it was recorded in a garage in Paisley.
VIDEO: London bus blown up for film stunt
A double-decker bus explodes on a central London bridge as part of a stunt for an upcoming movie.
VIDEO: Celebrating faces full of freckles
Photographer Brock Elbank is on a mission to photograph as many freckled people as possible.
VIDEO: Bollywood singer performs mid-flight
An Indian airline has suspended five crew members who let a Bollywood star sing over its public address system.
VIDEO: James Plays set for world tour
A trilogy of plays depicting Scotland and England at loggerheads is set to begin a world tour.
VIDEO: Footage of Dad's Army cast unearthed
News footage of the original cast of Dad's Army being interviewed has been unearthed.
VIDEO: Hamlet performed in Calais 'jungle'
Shakespeare's Hamlet is performed for more than 150 migrants in Calais.
The 'fat girl' everybody loved
Remembering the 'fat girl' everybody loved
Pre-Raphaelites on Paper
More than 100 drawings and sketches go on show in London
Hollywood tackles concussion head-on
New Will Smith movie tackles head injuries in sport
Russians sneak a peek at BBC's War and Peace
Russians sneak a peek at BBC's Tolstoy drama
Earth Wind & Fire: How Maurice White made them a force for positivity
How Maurice White made Earth Wind & Fire a force for positivity
The real-life wars of Dad's Army actor
The Dad's Army star who fought in both world wars
Small theatres defy the crunch
Small theatres staying afloat despite money woes

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