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Downing Street party: No 10 staff joked about party amid lockdown restrictions
The video obtained by ITV comes after days of questions about the event that took place last year.
Covid: Vaccines should work against Omicron variant, WHO says
A small study in South Africa suggests the new variant could partially evade the Pfizer jab.
Afghanistan: Girls' despair as Taliban confirm secondary school ban
The BBC hears about the ban's harmful impact from teachers and students in 13 Afghan provinces.
Ghislaine Maxwell: Jury sees never-before-seen photos of Epstein and defendant
FBI agents submit previously unseen photo evidence as third accuser testifies in Maxwell trial.
Covid booster jab booking system opens to over-40s in England
Another seven million people will be able to book their top up jab, including those in at-risk groups.
MPs earn up to £350 an hour for taking surveys
Over 120 politicians did work for polling companies, earning more than £116,000 since the last election.
Eilish, cheugy and Omicron among 2021's most mispronounced words
Billie Eilish, cheugy and Glasgow also feature on a list of the words people find trickiest to say.
Storm Barra: Weather warnings for most of UK as gales and snow hit
Most of the UK is covered by a yellow weather warning, with wind gusts exceeding 80mph in Wales.
Fish ‘whoops and growls’ recorded on restored reef
Recordings of fish 'whooping, croaking and growling' reveal reef coming back to life, scientists say.
Biden warns Putin of 'strong measures' amid Ukraine invasion fears
In a call with President Biden, Russia's Vladimir Putin seeks guarantees against eastward Nato expansion.
Pupils pressured regularly for nude photos, Estyn report finds
One girl told school inspectors that "boys ask for nudes or keep spamming your phone".
The Papers: No 10 'party clowns' and 'a sick joke'
Wednesday's headlines focus on a video of No 10 staff joking about a party in Downing Street last year.
100 Women: The former child refugee helping Afghan asylum seekers
Former child refugee Rehana Popal now helps Afghans with asylum applications.
The ‘gals’ behind Samoa’s first woman PM
Samoa's first woman prime minister has been supported throughout her career by a group of powerful female friends.
Reverse advent calendar: A simple idea helping Australians at Christmas
After starting her own reverse advent calendar to help others, Heather Luttrell took the idea nationwide.
CEO Secrets: 'Call centre work trained me to be a CEO'
Steven Bartlett, the 29-year-old co-founder of Social Chain, shares his business advice.
Throwing a tea party for children with cancer
Charity Spread a Smile has put on a tea party for seriously ill children who spent lockdown in hospital.
Quarantine hotels: Returning Brits struggle to book
Some UK residents coming back from South Africa are still struggling to find quarantine hotel rooms.
US father fired on Zoom describes 'callous' call
Dad of five Christian was one of 900 employees laid-off on a Zoom call, weeks before Christmas.
Mixed-race family suffered years of racist abuse from neighbours
A family was forced to move from their home, schools and jobs by their neighbours' harassment.
Edinburgh Zoo's giant pandas to stay another two years
It was thought Yang Guang and Tian Tian would have to return to China because of financial pressures.
Christmas dinner costs rise as inflation bites
Turkeys, sprouts and Christmas puddings are more expensive this year, research suggests.
How Bangladeshis are lured into slavery in Libya
A 19-year-old tells of his harrowing ordeal at the hands of traffickers who tricked him and his parents.
Putin-Biden talks: What next for Ukraine?
Russia's president will want to register some kind of victory before his troops return, writes Jonathan Marcus.
Indonesia's biodiesel drive is leading to deforestation
Indonesia aims to use biofuels to cut greenhouse gas emissions, but it may damage its forests in the process.
FIA boss: Electric F1 racing is 'simply not possible'
With Formula One race distance at 200 miles, switching to electric vehicles remains a long way off.
Christmas movie production snowballs to reach new record
The number of new festive films listed for release in 2021 is four times higher than a decade ago.
BBC 100 Women 2021: Who is on the list this year?
Our most inspiring and influential women of 2021 and how they're making a difference in the world.
'I had to move across America when I became allergic to the sun'
After experiencing an unusual allergic reaction, Carrie moves across America to escape the sun.
Afghanistan: How many people has the UK evacuated?
The UK government has defended the evacuation from Kabul in August, after criticism from a whistleblower.
Woeful England blown away on day one of Ashes series
England's Ashes campaign begins in depressingly familiar fashion as the tourists are skittled for just 147 by Australia on the opening day of the series.
The Ashes: Rory Burns is bowled first ball by Mitchell Starc
Rory Burns is bowled by Mitchell Starc with the first ball of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Hamilton v Verstappen - the key moments of a thrilling season
BBC Sport looks back on the key moments of a memorable F1 season as Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen prepare for a thrilling finale.
Mohamed Salah: Liverpool forward is 'best in the business, without Messi and Ronaldo era'
Mohamed Salah's contract situation might not be clear, but the forward's status as an all-time Liverpool great is not in doubt.
Will Musiala justify hype and become Muller's successor at Bayern?
Jamal Musiala has racked up goals, assists and minutes since joining Bayern Munich - here's a detailed look at what the teenager offers.
Fury ordered to defend title against fellow Briton Whyte
Tyson Fury is ordered to defend his heavyweight title against British rival Dillian Whyte by the World Boxing Council.
The Ashes: Australia captain Pat Cummins takes fifth wicket to bowl England out for 147
Australia captain Pat Cummins dismisses Chris Woakes to complete a five-wicket haul as England are dismissed for 147 on the first day of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Covid: Who can have a booster jab and how can you get one?
All UK adults will be offered a Covid booster, and 12-15-year-olds will be offered a second jab.
What are the travel rules for France, the US, and other popular destinations?
What you need to know about visiting France, Spain, Italy, US, Ireland, Germany and Greece.
Omicron: What are the Covid self-isolation rules now?
The rules around self-isolation have been changed across the UK because of the Omicron variant.
Omicron: How do you detect it?
Swabs from PCR tests can help identify omicron, but genetic analysis is needed to confirm it.
Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
Covid passports: How do I get one and when will I need it?
Scotland has expanded its passport scheme to include negative test results.
Omicron: What Covid tests do I need if I travel abroad?
There are now pre- and post-arrival tests for travellers to the UK.
What are the Covid variants and will vaccines still work?
A new Covid variant has emerged that looks worryingly different to the one vaccines were designed to fight.
Covid: What are the social distancing rules across the UK?
Some companies are cancelling Christmas parties over Omicron fears, but what do the rules say?
Coronavirus treatments: What progress is being made?
Medical teams around the world are learning which medicines work best against Covid.
Is Omicron more harmful than other Covid variants? And other questions
Covid rules have been strengthened in response to concern over the newly-identified Omicron variant.
Omicron: How are Covid rules changing in the UK?
Covid rules are being strengthened in response to the Omicron variant
Covid vaccine: How many people are vaccinated in the UK?
A look at the progress made in vaccinating the country's population, as more than 51 million people have received at least one dose.
New Omicron variant: Are low vaccination rates in South Africa a factor?
Has the slow rollout of vaccines in southern Africa allowed coronavirus mutations to develop?
Omicron: What are England's mask rules now?
Face coverings are a legal requirement again in England in shops and on public transport.
Omicron: How are pupils being kept Covid-safe?
Secondary pupils in England and Wales are being asked to start wearing masks in school again.
Omicron: Do travel bans work against new Covid variants?
Is there evidence that travel restrictions help stop the spread of coronavirus?
Covid vaccine: Can US troops be punished for refusing the jabs?
The US military has said that America's 2.1 million soldiers and sailors must all get the vaccine.
‘It’s like hell in here’: The struggle to save Afghanistan's starving babies
Doctors in Afghanistan’s crisis-hit hospitals are caring for their patients in almost impossible conditions.
Stanley Menzo: Ajax's former goalkeeper on dealing with racism in Dutch game
Stanley Menzo would encounter racism almost every week on the football pitch. When a young man abused him to his face, he struck back.
Migrant crisis: The Channel beaches that host a lethal trade in human hope
The journeys migrants make across the Channel are book-ended with beaches that tell the story of the crisis.
The ‘cocaine collectors’ retrieving smuggled drugs in Rotterdam
Young criminals are risking their lives to retrieve drugs smuggled into the Netherlands amongst freight arriving from Latin America.
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