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What questions do you have about Brexit?

Confused by what just happened? Unsure what happens next? Submit your questions on the Brexit latest. Details...

'Vandal grannies' destroy noisy children's seesaw

Video of two women destroying the playground equipment has been shared widely on Russian social media. Details...

Moscow rap becomes most-disliked Russian YouTube video

A rap song in praise of Moscow becomes the most-disliked Russian video on YouTube before its removal. Details...

YouTuber Nikita Dragun faces backlash over hairstyle

YouTuber Nikita Dragun is accused of cultural appropriation over a 'box braids' hairstyle. Details...

Why people pay for the perfect Instagram wedding

Is the influence from social media apps like Instagram putting too much pressure on the big day? Details...

Hurricane Dorian: Who is helping in the relief effort?

As aid is stepped up in the Bahamas, we take a look at the people offering support to survivors. Details...

Thousands of Iranians support call for Iran world sport ban

Thousands use social media to call for their country to be banned from global competitions. Details...

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How to share your questions, stories, pictures and videos with BBC News

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Find out how you can submit a question for the BBC to investigate. Details...

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Bercow warns Johnson against disobeying Brexit law

The Speaker says MPs will show "creativity" to avoid being bypassed, but is accused of being "politicised". Details...

World 'losing battle against deforestation'

A historic global agreement aimed at halting deforestation and curbing dangerous carbon dioxide emissions has failed, according to a report. Details...

Why your smart meter may not be so smart after all

Nearly a third of all energy companies fitting smart meters are still installing old technology. Details...

Sainsbury's pledges to halve plastic packaging by 2025

The supermarket is asking the public for ideas on how best to reduce its packaging. Details...

Big Butterfly Count: Fine weather boosts species in UK

Survey finds many common species of butterfly enjoyed a good summer this year. Details...



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BBC News - Science & Environment

Wasps: If you can't love them, at least admire them

They get a bad press compared with bees and beetles, but wasps are truly remarkable creatures. Details...

Climate change: Electrical industry's 'dirty secret' boosts warming

It's the most powerful greenhouse gas you've never heard of, and levels in the atmosphere are soaring. Details...

'Cocktail of pollutants' found in dolphins in English Channel

One of Europe's largest dolphin populations needs special protection from marine pollution, say scientists. Details...

Has another interstellar visitor been found?

An amateur astronomer has discovered a comet that could have come from a distant star. Details...

Research on postmen's testicle warmth wins Ig Nobel

Fertility experts find that the left testicle is warmer, but only when a man has his clothes on. Details...

World 'losing battle against deforestation'

A historic global agreement aimed at halting deforestation and curbing dangerous carbon dioxide emissions has failed, according to a report. Details...

Big Butterfly Count: Fine weather boosts species in UK

Survey finds many common species of butterfly enjoyed a good summer this year. Details...

Heathrow drone protest: Five arrested over planned disruption

The co-founder of activist group Extinction Rebellion is among those held in "pre-emptive" raids. Details...

Lovers of Modena skeletons holding hands were both men

The male skeletons, buried in Roman times, have been holding hands for around 1,500 years. Details...

Water found for first time on 'potentially habitable' planet

Astronomers discover water in the atmosphere of a "habitable" planet orbiting a distant star. Details...

Project Oberon: UK eyes cluster of military radar satellites

Defence chiefs want a batch of small spacecraft able to see the Earth's surface in all weathers. Details...

Deep sea habitats survey spots shipwreck off Orkney

The ship is believed to be a cargo vessel sunk by a submarine during World War Two. Details...

Farmers 'misunderstand' Wales rewilding project

Plans to restore ecosystems in the countryside will support landowners, its director says. Details...

COP26: Glasgow to host UN climate change summit in 2020

Up to 200 world leaders are expected to attend the COP26 at the Scottish Event Campus in 2020. Details...

The day the dinosaurs' world fell apart

Scientists reconstruct the seconds, minutes and hours following the dino-killing asteroid impact. Details...

Bloodhound Diary: Do the maths

The approaching high-speed trials will help validate the assumptions that went into building the world's fastest car. Details...

Plastic packaging: How are supermarkets doing?

The UK needs to move away from all single-use packaging, say MPs. But have supermarkets got the message? Details...

Climate change: Greenland's ice faces melting 'death sentence'

The massive ice sheet covering Greenland may have melted by a record amount this year, scientists say. Details...

The 'zombie fungus' and the climbing dead

Marvel at some of the highly commended images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Details...

Can solar power shake up the energy market?

The falling cost of solar power is helping it to disrupt the global energy market. Details...

Defeat malaria in a generation - here's how

The world could be free of malaria by 2050, says a major report that sets out the road to eradication. Details...

Make-up’s Big Palm Oil Secret

Make-up artist Emmy Burbidge travels to Papua New Guinea to discover the truth about what’s in her make-up, and find out whether there’s a sustainable way of producing the oil used. Details...

Australia bushfires are now 'hotter and more intense'

Scores of fires are raging across Australia's east coast, and the fire season has only just begun. Details...

Protesters suspended from a bridge in Houston

The group staged a protest from a bridge in Texas ahead of the Democratic debate. Details...

Detecting a lethal poison in drinking water

Scientists hope a new test will help millions of people in Bangladesh avoid arsenic in their water. Details...

Climate change: Five ways to be resilient

The Global Commission on Adaptation - a group of 34 leaders in politics, business and science say the world urgently needs to be made more "climate change resilient". Details...

How Japan's appetite for watching whales is growing

Evidence suggests there may now be more of a future in enjoying whales in the wild than eating them. Details...



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