The UK government says its five-point plan will curb legal migration, which has hit record levels.
James Cleverly is hoping to finally secure flights to the country for migrants who travel to the UK illegally.
MPs were voting on a plan to set up a compensation scheme for infected blood scandal victims.
A former Tesla worker turned whistleblower has spoken to the BBC's technology editor Zoe Kleinman.
Rockstar Games releases the trailer 15 hours earlier than expected after it is leaked online.
The Premier League agrees a new £6.7bn deal for its domestic television rights with Sky and TNT to show up to 270 live games a season, with the BBC continuing to screen highlights on Match of the Day.
A three-time world champion combined wakeskating and base jumping in a stunt performed in Dubai.
Intense competition for places to live is driving rents up and up, but is there hope for change?
A senior doctor gives her first interview since being awarded a record £3.2m payout at a tribunal.
New draft guidance sets out how porn websites and apps should stop children viewing their content.
Peter Norgrove killed Sharon Gordon with a hammer after a disagreement over work at her home.
The British sprinter said the six-month driving ban could dash her Olympic hopes.
Tuesday's headlines focus on the government's plans to curb immigration to the UK.
A Sheffield school is fighting dirty air with trees as new data links their absence to pollution.
Many in social care believe overseas staff saved the system from collapse, reports Alison Holt.
A Ukrainian soldier on the east side of the Dnipro river tells the BBC about life on the front line.
Drivers are holding rolling walkouts in December in a long-running row over pay and conditions.
Slang word for charisma beat "Swiftie" and "situationship" in Oxford dictionary award.
Their struggles mirror the dashed hopes of so many people confronting a slowing economy.
Forecasters are continuing to offer more real-time updates and personalised recommendations.
Other rising music stars up for the prize include The Last Dinner Party, Elmiene and Ayra Starr.
A record number of female students have started an agriculture course at Borders College.
Customers say they have been failed and feel let down after losing hundreds of pounds to fraudsters.
The government has failed to meet its own promises - this week it makes renewed efforts to rectify that.
The BBC's Fergal Keane returns ahead of elections next year - 30 years since apartheid ended.
An engine failure forces the pilot to make an emergency landing, crashing into an apartment building.
Amateur photographer Nick Sturdy says his images "don't do justice" to the feeling of being there.
Binyamin Needham, 19, is at least the second British soldier to be killed while serving with the IDF.
"Unbelievable - you wouldn't treat your home like that," the comic says, at the litter-strewn floor.
Three children and a school assistant were injured in the attack, which was followed by rioting.
The 130kg bomb got caught in a fisherman's net and had to be detonated by the Danish Navy.
Eleven people were killed and another 12 are missing after Sumatra's Mount Marapi erupted.
The UK's polar research vessel visits A23a, an iceberg that's more than twice the size of London.
The head of the UN climate talks in Dubai says "everything" he is doing is centred on science.
Leaked papers suggest United Utilities logged dozens of incidents as less serious than they had been.
Other celebrities that have been hit by objects thrown by fans include Harry Styles, Pink and Cardi B.
The singer sarcastically thanks US magazine Variety for "outing" her during a red carpet interview.
The Football Association charges Manchester City after players surrounded referee Simon Hooper in Sunday's draw against Tottenham.
New data suggests that the cost of living has been rising faster than official inflation figures.
Sir Keir Starmer says the UK will face "huge constraints" on public spending if Labour wins power.
Stella Creasy says her children have a social services record because of an online troll's harassment.
Every year since 1947 Norway has sent a tree to London to say thank you for its support during WW2.
Ravel Morrison told magistrates he bought the permit for £50 from "someone in Old Trafford".
It says reports of passengers having to pay for a seat before they can download a boarding pass are false.
Fiji international Api Ratuniyarawa admits attacking three different women in a Cardiff bar.
Engineers say 99% of affected properties will have power restored by the end of Monday.
A 26-year-old man is accused of stabbing a German tourist to death near the Eiffel Tower on Saturday.
Tian Tian and Yang Guang departed the capital's airport for Chengdu on Monday afternoon.
The culture secretary says an increase of £15 to the fee would add to cost of living pressures.
Rachel Corsie says it is "outrageous" to question the integrity of Scotland before their Women's Nations League game with England.
Sheffield United, beaten 5-0 at Burnley on Saturday, are bottom of the Premier League with five points from 14 games.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has introduced an independent regulator in response to damning independent report into the game.
Match of the Day 2's Mark Chapman, Jermaine Jenas and Leon Osman discuss the "monster mistake" made by referee Simon Hooper during Manchester City's 3-3 draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
England and Bristol prop Kyle Sinckler says more players may follow captain Owen Farrell's lead and take a break from international rugby.
Boss Mikel Arteta wants goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale to stay at Arsenal despite losing his starting place to David Raya.
Christian Watson's catch for the Green Bay Packers features in week 13's NFL best plays.
The BBC's Rushdi Abualouf talks about his sorrow at leaving Gaza and how he plans to go back some day.
An Israeli campaigner says militants planned acts of sexual violence committed in October's attack.
If Israel kills as many in south Gaza as in the north, Biden will face some tough questions over US support for its ally.
Both Israel and Hamas are blaming each other for violating the terms of the agreement.
The UK is sending unarmed, manned aircraft over Israel and Gaza to aid rescue efforts.
Medics in Gaza are using a unique acronym to describe children whose parents have been killed.
The UN says renewed war between Israel and Hamas is "catastrophic" and a "nightmare".
There are still over 100 hostages being held by Hamas in Gaza, including at least 16 women.
Palestinians tell the BBC they were beaten and had dogs set on them while in Israeli detention.
The BBC's Hugo Bachega describes the situation in the south as Israel's bombardment continues.
One-hundred-and-five people captured during the 7 October attacks have been released by Hamas.
Images commissioned by the BBC reveal the damage in Gaza before the recent temporary truce started.
Energy prices will be lower this winter than last - but you may be able to save even more on your bill.
Much of the UK is facing another cold snap amid rising fuel costs.
The national living wage will go up next April, boosting 2.7 million people's pay.
There are 10m people out of work in the UK, so if you're searching for a job you're not alone. Here are some tips on how to get started.
Experts give advice for those who might be worried about their monthly mortgage payments.
With one in five people now renting in the UK, it's important to understand your rights as a tenant.
Falling inflation and rising wages ease cost of living pressures for some, but money is still very tight.
Dale Purchase attempted to incite a teenager into a sexual act, Plymouth Magistrates' Court heard
Great Western Railway says it is attempting to source bus replacement services.
A parent says a range of factors were behind their decision to home-educate.
HMS St Albans spent 20 years in constant service in the Atlantic, the Mediterranean, and the Gulf.
A consultation finds most people support stricter rules but the council says six is "less draconian".
Parents have been told the school will be closed on Monday due to the fire on Sunday morning.
The four bikes were put on a trailer and taken from a Newton Abbot garage on Tuesday.
A community foundation's Surviving Winter appeal hopes to support struggling households.
Exeter boss Rob Baxter calls for more leadership from his senior players after their 41-24 defeat at Bath.
Adam Randell says he had a feeling of "absolute elation" after getting Plymouth Argyle's last-minute winner against Stoke City.
Torquay United boss Gary Johnson praises the attitude of his side after they were 2-1 winners over Tonbridge Angels.
The fire started in the bathroom and spread to a neighbouring house, and has now been put out.
Last winter, the force arrested 952 people for driving under the influence.
Devon and Cornwall Police urge residents to check doorbell cameras and CCTV for images of offenders.
There are currently more than 200 vacancies in adult social care in Plymouth.
Temporary traffic lights have caused delays on the A30 since July 2021 following damage to the road.
Premier League leaders Arsenal will host eight-time winners Liverpool, while Sunderland will face Newcastle in a Tyne-Wear derby at the Stadium of Light.
Bath move up to second in the Premiership after pulling away to beat Exeter 41-24 at The Rec.
Substitute Adam Randell keeps his cool to score a 97th-minute winner for Plymouth Argyle to beat fellow strugglers Stoke City.
Plymouth Argyle striker Ryan Hardie returns to fitness after more than a month out with a hamstring injury.
Michael Cooper and Adam Randell show there is a pathway to the Plymouth first team for academy talent, says Steven Schumacher.
1. How to write emails that people will read. When you send an email, chances are that it is competing with hundreds of others for the recipient's attention. Here's how to compose emails that people will actually read, answer, and act on. READ MORE
2. Growth forecasts slashed. Official growth forecasts "paint a gloomy picture" despite the chancellor's claim that tax cuts will boost growth, said the BBC. In his Commons speech, Jeremy Hunt claimed the government had put the economy "back on track", but the Office for Budget Responsibility has cut its growth forecasts, to 0.7% in 2024 and 1.4% in 2025. It added that living standards would not return to pre-pandemic levels until 2028. TheAutumn Statement was an "attempt to hoodwink voters", said The Mirror, but the Daily Mail welcomed the "biggest tax cuts since the 1980s". Editor
3. No poll bounce for the Tories. The Conservatives have enjoyed no poll bounce after the government cut taxes in last week's autumn statement, according to a poll. Labour is on 42% (up two points from a week ago), the Conservatives are on 26% (-1), the Lib Dems 11% (-1), Reform 8% (-1) and the Greens are unchanged on 7%. Across all respondents, 23% of people polled thought the autumn statement was good, against 27% who thought it was bad, while nearly 50% were not sure. The Observer
4. Richest 1% produce most carbon. The richest 1% of humanity is responsible for more carbon emissions than the poorest 66%, according to a new report from Oxfam and Stockholm Environment Institute. "The great carbon divide" found that the elite group, made up of 77 million people including billionaires, millionaires and those paid more than $140,000 (£112,500) a year, accounted for 16% of all CO2 emissions in 2019. The twin crises of climate and inequality are "fuelling one another". The Guardian
5. These are the world’s 10 largest economies. 10, Italy $1.997 trillion GDP; 9, Russia, [$2.133]; 8, Canada [$2.200]; 7, France [$2.778]; 6, UK [$3.199]; 5, India [$3.469]; 4, Germany [$4.031]; 3, Japan [$4.301]; 2, China [$18,321; 1, US [$25,035]. The five largest economies make up half of the world’s GDP. The 10 largest account for two-thirds, while the 25 largest represent 84% of the world’s GDP. Together, the remaining 167 nations account for just 16% of global GDP. World Economic Forum
6. The introverted leader. It's often thought that the best leaders need to be extroverts or outgoing. However, many experts say that is not the case. While extroverted leaders have important strengths, they also tend to command the centre of attention and take over discussions. Thoughtful communication and critical thinking are two important leadership traits associated with introverts. In a dynamic, unpredictable environment, these are the qualities that the most effective leaders possess. Editor
7. Universities add Small Talk 101. Where is university tuition going? In some cases, to classes that help future grads practice the dying art of small talk. That’s because educators and employers alike have noticed today’s youngest workers are sorely lacking soft skills. With just 54% of employers saying university students are very or extremely proficient communicators, professors are now adding mixers and networking events to their curricula. The focus on improving interpersonal skills appears to be working, said teachers. The Wall Street Journal
8. Worst couriers named. Online shoppers are still enduring "substandard" delivery services, according to Citizens Advice. A study by the group found that more than one in three shoppers, or 13.3m people, experienced a delivery problem with the last parcel they received. Evri, formerly Hermes, was recorded as the worst provider, followed by Yodel. The Independent
9. Decorate with AI. Microsoft has unveiled an AI tool that remote workers can use to “clean up” their homes during video calls. The “decorate your background” feature, which will be rolled out on Microsoft Teams next year, eliminates mess and clutter, and can be used to add house plants, lights and even a Christmas tree. Daily Mail
10. The bottom line. 77% of adults in Great Britain think the Government has achieved not very much or not much at all in the 12 months since Rishi Sunak became PM. YouGov
Spectators watched the partial demolition of the landmark Fiddler's Ferry power station.
A "major incident" is declared in Cumbria after heavy snowfall, with police urging people not to travel.
The BBC's Matt Taylor looks at the days ahead, as many parts of the UK are hit by icy conditions.
Engineers have been working throughout the past month to repair cracks in the surface of Edinburgh Airport's runway.
Tchaikovsky’s classic Christmas ballet has been reimagined by Olivier Award-winner Drew McOnie.
The Pogues frontman said the hit song made him depressed after Kirsty MacColl died.
Dominic Cummings, who advised Boris Johnson, caused a toxic culture in government, Matt Hancock says.
Alistair Darling was the "obvious choice" to be the chancellor says former PM Gordon Brown on appointing him.
See the preparation work that goes into getting The Shard sparkling for Christmas.
The worker became stranded after his vehicle got stuck in the sand at Bournemouth beach.
Carrie Redhead, 27, was born with a rare digestive disorder which affects her mobility.
The paramedic can be seen crashing to the ground and holding his elbow in the video footage.
Sir Keir Starmer claims Rishi Sunak "lost his marbles" when he cancelled a meeting with the Greek PM.
A decade since disaster struck a busy Glasgow pub, survivor Michael Byrne speaks of the impact the tragedy had on him.
The moment a double-decker bus bursts into flames is caught on camera
Noam Sagi's mother Ada, 75, is one of the 12 hostages released by Hamas on Tuesday evening.
It is the first transatlantic flight powered solely by alternative fuels.
Hughie was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2020, and has gone on to raise thousands with best friend Freddie.
Actress Catherine Tate says she "still to this day" does not know why she was cast in the show.
Fans clapped in memory of four Shrewsbury teenagers who died in a car crash in north Wales.
The Solent Sky Museum saved part of the BAC 1-11 from the scrapheap.
The UK foreign secretary calls for those responsible for "settler violence" in the West Bank to be prosecuted and put in prison.
The former defence secretary recalls telling Moscow 10 days ahead of the invasion: "Don't do it, please don't".
Boat passengers stopped to watch the stag jump into the water off west coast of Scotland
Charlie and Naga looked visibly shocked when the angry aliens burst in to the BBC Breakfast studio.
The provost of Inverness is seen cleaning her windows while tuned into a committee meeting at home.
The K-pop stars were at Buckingham Palace on the first day of the South Korean president's state visit.
Honouring the South Korean state visit, the military band surprised tourists by switching to K-pop.
The chancellor is challenged on his claim about a growing economy, after predictions of a recession.
The shadow chancellor says "growth has hit a dead end" under Tory leadership, with working people "worse off".
Jeremy Hunt says the government will invest £500m over the next two years to fund more "innovation centres" to help make the UK an "AI powerhouse".
The shadow chancellor says the country is crying out for a change of government.
The chancellor says the government takes decisions for the long-term.
In a statement, the BBC said it has "decided to rest the UK show", after a serious crash last December.
The mysterious artist reveals his first name is Robbie when speaking to Nigel Wrench in 2003.
Thousands of birds were captured on camera swooping above a nature reserve near Preston.
Inside a project tackling period poverty, with an army of thousands of volunteers across the world.
Vallance made the remarks at the Covid-19 inquiry when presented with a diary entry he made during the pandemic.
Arriving as David William Donald Cameron, he is sworn in as the peer Lord Cameron of Chipping Norton.
The shadow chancellor criticises intimidation of MPs, since the Israel-Gaza war began.
Speaking to Laura Kuenssberg, the chancellor says he will not introduce cuts that fuel inflation.
The shadow chancellor said Labour would use the September inflation to raise benefits.
The Radio 2 presenter turned runner has raised more than £4.1m for Children in Need.
The Duchess of Sussex joined actors and celebrities at the annual event.
The presenter questioned the home secretary over the government's plans to fly asylum seekers to Rwanda.
The prime minister says a new government treaty will prove Rwanda is a safe country to send migrants to.
YouTuber Brandon B shares how he ended up running a viral video empire with over 1 billion views.
A month since Storm Babet hammered eastern Scotland, many residents in the town of Brechin are still displaced.
The King celebrated his 75th birthday with a party at Highgrove House in Gloucestershire.
A 41-gun salute is fired in London's Green Park as part of the day's celebrations.
Chief political correspondent Henry Zeffman looked like he'd seen a ghost on BBC Breakfast.
Suella Braverman has been sacked as home secretary following days of speculation over her future.
The prime minister, his wife Akshata Murty and two daughters mark the Hindu festival of lights.
King Charles leads a sombre Remembrance Sunday service as the nation falls silent.
Video shows the scale of the biggest UK pro-Palestinian rally since the start of the war.
Video posted online shows the minister being ushered by police through a London station.
Members of the group were heard using racist language and singing an offensive chant about Allah.
Video shows huge flames and plumes of grey smoke rising into the sky in Newark.
The new statues are installed at the Royal Albert Hall as part of its 150th anniversary.
The nation falls silent to mark the end of World War One in 1918, and remember those lost in conflict.
The owner of a Blackburn pub speaks to the BBC after discovering the alleged dining deception on CCTV.
A black BMW convertible is brought to a stop by a number of police cars, and the driver is arrested.
A judge dismissed the assault case against Dustin Lance Black over inconsistencies in evidence.
The Princess of Wales also met regimental mascot Emrys Jones, a Welsh Mountain Pony.
Lynne Fuller was working on Aldi's checkout when her boyfriend surprised her with a proposal.
The King leads the State Opening of Parliament, his first as monarch.
The prince says 1.5 million people were "positively impacted" by the finalists in the first year of the award.
Pictures and videos shared on social media capture the brightly coloured phenomenon.
Cake artist Emma Jayne rises to the occasion with a king-size creation of Charles III.
Footage posted on social media shows clashes with riot police in Edinburgh.
The BBC's Dan Johnson surveys the damage after Storm Ciarán struck St Clement.
Labour leader says a "humanitarian pause" is the only practical way to alleviate suffering in the region.
Homes were damaged, cars were submerged and huge waves battered the coast.
Jessica O'Reilly was asleep at her home in Jersey when the sound of Storm Ciarán woke her.
The Prince of Wales was said to have “kept up really well” during a dragon boat training session.
The Prince and Princess of Wales rode bikes around a track with obstacles.
The Bryant family continue to search for answers after their son vanished without a trace in 2013.
The Queen joined a traditional dance in Nairobi and stopped to feed orphaned elephants.
London's Christmas lights will be begin to be illuminated from Thursday 2 November.
Video footage shared with the BBC by a resident in St Clement, Jersey, shows the destruction Storm Ciarán caused.
King Charles said felt "great sorrow" for the Empire's actions during Kenya's struggle for independence.
The legendary singer treats BBC viewers to a melody and says he won't use AI in his work.
A day after Dominic Cummings is challenged about some emails about a colleague in No 10 from 2020, she gives her reaction..
Boris Johnson's former adviser tells the Covid inquiry his claims about the judgement of "a lot of senior people was widespread" back in 2020.
Members of Lib Dem MP Layla Moran's extended family are sheltering in a church in Gaza.
A Palestinian living in Glasgow spoke to thousands who joined a rally calling for a ceasefire.
Patrick McCabe, 28, and Ronnie Beckett, 19, have both been jailed following the police chase.
Officers were trying to recover a scooter that they believe had been stolen and involved in crime.
The six sets of siblings were all treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
The MP's ex-assistant spoke anonymously to the BBC’s Hannah Miller. His testimony has been voiced by an actor.
The Australian pop star was spotted by the BBC's Jeremy Vine while cycling in central London.
Drone video shows the extent of the car park fire, which destroyed more than 1,400 vehicles.
Steven Nelson aimed an object at officers who went to his aid at the side of a busy motorway.
Video shows a tree toppling and being washed away as the Balruddery Burn is hit by Babet.
The prime minister spoke to reporters from Cairo, where he was holding meetings on the crisis in Gaza.
The holiday jet skidded off the runway after trying to land in wet and windy conditions.
Three people have died since Thursday, when the storm first took hold.
BBC correspondents at the count in Tamworth and Mid Bedfordshire tells u why these by-election results matter.
Labour overturned huge Conservative majorities to win by-elections in Mid Bedfordshire and Tamworth.
This Microportal is built on the 2day Microportals platform which provides you with 3 click access to local and global information crucial both to your personal and working life. The platform provides live local data on transport, what's on, accommodation, eating out, shopping, sport, religion and weather as well as comprehensive reference and resource sections including TV, radio, online shopping, route planning, health, education and more.
Copyright © 2004–2023 2day Microportals, East Quither Farm, Milton Abbot, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0PZ, UK.