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Join the Remain alliance, urges Change UK at Euro election launch

Journalist Rachel Johnson - sister of Boris - and ex-BBC correspondent Gavin Esler are among the candidates. Details...

Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures

The use of self-injected dermal and lip fillers is rising, along with dangerous cosmetic surgery. Details...

Rates hike: Derry and Strabane council criticised

Some ratepayers say Derry City and Strabane District Council's rates rise is unjustified Details...

Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to give update on indyref2 plans

The first minister will make a statement to parliament on Wednesday - just days ahead of the SNP conference. Details...

Which? survey reveals customers' least favourite mobile network

Annual study of more than 6,000 mobile customers names most and least popular UK network providers. Details...

Older women exploited by IVF clinics, says fertility watchdog

Clinics are using "selective success rates" to target older women, the fertility watchdog warns. Details...

Elon Musk swaps shots with Museum of English Rural Life

The Museum of English Rural Life now appears as Elon Musk on Twitter after he used their sheep picture. Details...

Star Wars superfan

Mark Hamill supports a YouTuber who faced a backlash for his tearful reaction to the new Star Wars trailer. Details...

Inspired donations

Three destroyed churches in the US have received a flood of donations in the wake of the Notre-Dame fire. Details...

Baseball memories

Beer commercial criticised on day celebrating Major League Baseball's first African-American player. Details...

Swedish party hacked

Messages posted on the hijacked account included anti-immigration rhetoric. Details...

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BBC News - Science & Environment

Extinction Rebellion: How might ministers win over the protesters?

A closer look at Extinction Rebellion's demands and how the government might try to achieve them. Details...

Greta Thunberg: Teen activist says UK is 'irresponsible' on climate

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg tells UK politicians a generation's future has been "stolen". Details...

Rise in electric community car schemes in Wales

Supporters say they can make it easier for people in rural areas to get around. Details...

David Attenborough climate change TV show a 'call to arms'

The BBC's Climate Change - The Facts, presented by Sir David Attenborough, is praised by TV critics. Details...

Britain breaks coal-free power record over Easter weekend

UK sees longest continuous period without generating electricity from coal as temperatures soar. Details...

Climate change: Sir David Attenborough warns of 'catastrophe'

The veteran naturalist's BBC programme on climate change is his strongest warning yet on the threat of rising temperatures. Details...

SpaceX capsule suffers 'anomaly' during tests in Florida

There are plans to launch a manned mission to the International Space Station later this year. Details...

Extinction Rebellion: Climate protests 'diverting' London police

Police rest days are cancelled as more than 1,000 officers are deployed in London. Details...

'Giant lion' fossil found in Kenya museum drawer

The bones of the huge creature belong to a new species which roamed east Africa 20 million years ago. Details...

Evidence of rabbits in UK in Roman times, say academics

Tests on a bone, found in West Sussex, show for the first time the animal was alive in the first century AD. Details...

Pig brains partially revived four hours after death

The study could aid medical research and fuel debate about the difference between life and death. Details...

Extinction Rebellion London activists chained to Jeremy Corbyn's home

Four Extinction Rebellion campaigners glued themselves together outside the Labour leader's home. Details...

Only one in 50 people have nights free from light pollution

Just one in 50 people in England experiences nights that are free from light pollution. Details...

Rare kakapo parrots have best breeding season on record

Kakapos were one of New Zealand's most common birds, but they are now on the brink of extinction. Details...

TED 2019: The $50 lab burger transforming food

TED fellow Bruce Friedrich tells the TED conference about his vision for the future of food. Details...

Early ocean plastic litter traced to 1960s

Scientists "accidentally" record the history of ocean plastic, including what may have been the first plastic bag to be fished out of the ocean. Details...

Stonehenge: DNA reveals origin of builders

Ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean to get to Britain. Details...

Microplastics found in 'pristine' Pyrenees mountains

Scientists from Scotland and France spent five months monitoring the secluded site in the Pyrenees. Details...

President's underwater plea for the oceans

Seychelles' leader delivers a speech in defence of the Indian Ocean from inside a submersible. Details...

Baby boom for North Atlantic right whales off US coast

US researchers spot three mother and calf pairs of the endangered North American right whale species. Details...

Can you spot ocean plastic from space?

Scientists work on the challenging task of tracking pollution from orbit with encouraging results. Details...

Beresheet spacecraft: 'Technical glitch' led to Moon crash

Preliminary data suggests a technical glitch caused the Beresheet spacecraft to shut down its main engine at the wrong time. Details...

First ever black hole image released

The "monster" black hole is three million times the size of Earth. Details...

Study identifies danger glacial lakes across Tibetan Plateau

A comprehensive study assesses the flood danger posed by glacial lakes across the Tibetan Plateau. Details...

Confused about climate change? Talk to our chat bot

BBC News launches a chat bot to help users learn about climate change in weekly conversations. Details...

Extinction Rebellion: What do they want and is it realistic?

The UK needs to move to net zero CO2 emissions by 2025 say protestors but how hard would that be to achieve? Details...

Plastic toys: Is it time we cut back?

Plastic toys are convenient and cheap but they can be bad for the environment. Details...

The lunar effect - why the Moon makes us all romantics

For centuries, our lunar neighbour has been a source of fascination and inspiration for poets and artists. Details...

India eco-school: Is this the greenest campus on Earth?

Secmol is an Indian school pioneering practical green education in one of the harshest environments. Details...

Tasmanian devils 'adapting to coexist with cancer'

There is hope for the world's largest carnivorous marsupials whose numbers have been ravaged by disease. Details...

'Mission Jurassic' dinosaur hunt to get under way

British scientists are about to participate in one of their biggest dinosaur hunts in decades. Details...

Climate change: How green is your parcel?

The Royal Mail is introducing e-trikes but what are other delivery companies doing to cut their emissions? Details...

Back on track

The British-led project to break the Land Speed Record is brought back from the brink of cancellation. Details...

No pain

Jo Cameron is one of two people on Earth known to have a mutation that means she feels almost no pain. Details...

Green challenge

A student house is challenged to live in a more environmentally-friendly way. How did they get on? Details...

Disposable nappy recycling: How soiled nappies can be reused

Each year billions end up in landfill, but engineers have come up with a way to recover the plastic and other materials inside them. Details...

Climate change activist Greta Thunberg: 'Listen to climate scientists'

Teenage activist Greta Thunberg has an uncompromising message on climate change. Details...

Are plants a necessity or a luxury?

A new campaign says we should pay less tax on plants because they are good for the environment and mental health. Details...

Tulips from the air: Artist drawn to beauty of Norfolk flowers

It is their "beauty of colour and space that makes me keep coming back", artist says. Details...

Dame Emma Thompson: 'If I could fly cleanly, I would'

Actress Dame Emma Thompson defends her decision to fly to London from the US to attend a climate change protest. Details...



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