The EU's negotiator suggests the two sides have until the end of Tuesday to agree a new legal text.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov calls for the head of the country's football association to resign after England players were racially abused in Sofia.
The group says it believes a police order banning further climate protests in London is unlawful.
Exports to Turkey will be kept under "very careful and continual review", the foreign secretary says.
The ex-England footballer is accused of "forcefully and sloppily" kissing a woman on a train.
Almost 40% of sellers targeted by councils sold vaping goods to under-age teenagers in 2018-19.
The prince chats to schoolchildren who tell him they are "big fans" of his mother, Princess Diana.
The unemployment rate rises unexpectedly to 3.9% between June and August.
Peter Fankhauser says he was not solely at fault for the firm's collapse but will reconsider the reward.
A record number of offences were recorded in England and Wales for 2018-19, the Home Office says.
Police say dozens of males were freed in a raid on the institution in Katsina state, Nigeria.
Documents recently made available to agents and activists have been obtained by the BBC.
Season 11 or Chapter 2 is now live with a new map and updated gameplay.
The 93-year-old monarch wore a diamond diadem while the crown rested on a table beside her.
Tuesday's papers react to the Queen's Speech and racist abuse during England's football qualifier in Bulgaria.
Landfills in Romania are overflowing as half of the recycled waste is imported, mostly from Europe.
Several Russian musicians have released songs to denounce police actions during recent protests in Moscow.
Jafaican, sumfin and chillax also appear in the Oxford English Dictionary October 2019 list.
The BBC's Helen Catt explains the policies, the reaction, and what happens next.
On 15 October 1969, millions of people in the US marched to call for an end to the Vietnam War.
Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
The star lifts the curtain on his life and career, and reveals what he'll do after his farewell tour.
When Bronwyn Berg found herself being manhandled once again, she decided to add spikes to her wheelchair to prevent a repeat.
How violent gangs put vulnerable young women and girls at "the forefront" of their business.
Gyptians, daemons and the star cast meet our reporter on a set visit for the BBC drama series.
The government says it will pass a law requiring photo ID to vote.
When North Korea plays South Korea it is no normal World Cup qualifier.
Returning foreign children from detention camps in Syria involves legal and political obstacles.
Plans have been announced to make sure restaurants hand over "all tips" to waiting staff.
Boxer Charles Conwell writes an emotional letter to his injured opponent Patrick Day as he fights for his life after their fight in Chicago.
A British man has died in Sofia before England's Euro 2020 qualifier, the Foreign Office says.
Ronnie O'Sullivan repeats his criticism of the Crawley venue used for staging the English Open.
Green Bay Packers' wide receiver Allen Lazard's scores a brilliant touchdown right in front of 'pylon cam' during their win against the Detroit Lions.
As Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring 700 career goals, watch seven of his best Premier League efforts for Manchester United.
England defender Tyrone Mings says he heard racist abuse coming from the crowd before he had made it across the pitch during the warm-up ahead of their game in Bulgaria.
They suffered head and back injuries after it left the road and overturned in southern Scotland.
The ex-photographer, who abused up to 200 Malaysian children, was attacked with a "makeshift knife".
The ex-footballer said he was trying to give her a "confidence boost", a sex assault trial hears.
The government's five-year plan will invest in institutions like York's National Railway Museum.
Natalie Harker, 30, went missing from her Colburn home on Wednesday evening.
The bird was found on a footpath near Sherburn in Elmet, North Yorkshire.
The sausage, found in a popular dog walking area, was found to contain purple pellets.
Scientists say people living up to 100km downwind of last year's blaze were exposed to toxic fumes.
Hundreds of infants die from being shaken but experts say the full scale of the problem is unknown.
Linda Barnes' husband Ken was diagnosed with early onset dementia when he was 52.
Schools report growing worries about young people being tricked by emotional appeals online.
The gilded ornament was found more than 200 years ago in the ruins of St Mary's Abbey in York.
Yorkshire are set to sign England batsman and former Middlesex captain Dawid Malan, BBC Radio Leeds reports.
Harrogate extend their unbeaten run to seven games with a National League win at in-form Yeovil.
Ryan Fallowfield equalises for Harrogate Town to deny Dean Keates a win on his return as Wrexham manager.
Brendan Kiernan scores twice as Harrogate make it three National League wins in a row with victory against Ebbsfleet.
Jonny Bairstow says he will "come back even stronger" after being left out of the England squad for the Test series in New Zealand.
As another week slips by, here are 10 things which caught my attention and may have escaped yours. This newsletter is sent to 50,000+ subscribers each Monday. Please share on social media and forward to your colleagues and friends so they can subscribe, learn and engage. I'd be very grateful if you did.
1. How to be a leader. With a few consistent actions, you can develop your leadership potential, set yourself apart from the ordinary employee and be noticed as a future leader ahead of your peers. Practice these tips each day and you’ll be an effective leader in no time. [MORE]
2. Male entrepreneurs are more likely to quit. According to a new UK study, the report found 16.3% of female business owners quit their businesses each year, compared with 18.6% of men - despite women making less money and facing more barriers accessing funding. A government-commissioned inquiry revealed earlier this year the UK economy is missing out on £250bn each year due to barriers preventing women from becoming successful entrepreneurs. The Independent
3. Who’d make the best leader. Asked which of the party leaders would make the best prime minister, 45% of adults said Boris Johnson. 19% said Jo Swinson, 17% Jeremy Corbyn, and 19% don’t know. 53% of Tory voters said that Tory MPs who tried to block a no-deal Brexit should be banned from standing for the party at the next election. 33% disagreed. Daily Mail
4. Finding true north. For the first time in about 360 years, compasses at Greenwich are due to point true north this month. Compass needles point to magnetic north, but since the magnetic field changes all the time, the distance between that direction and true north – known as declination – also changes. For the past few hundred years, all compass needles in the UK have pointed slightly west of true north. But at some point this month, the two norths will coincide in Greenwich for the first time since the Royal Observatory was founded there. The Guardian
5. Dread dealing with one of your employees? Managing people in the workplace can be especially tricky if you have someone on your team you dread dealing with.Remember, it's not about liking everyone - or having everyone like you - it's about showing genuine respect. Put your personal feelings aside so you can motivate and manage everyone on your team, not just those you jive most with. Some other tips: Know your triggers and own them; focus on what the person contributes and consider changing your approach. [MORE]
6. Which is the The best country in the world for tourists? It’s Spain, according to the World Economic Forum, which ranked the Mediterranean nation the most "travel ready" for the fifth year in a row, followed by France, Germany, Japan and the US. The WEF report, which takes into account factors such as environmental sustainability, hygiene and international openness, warned that many countries are at a tourism "tipping point" – calling for more to be done by the industry to ensure a sustainable future. The Independent
7. Exercise to strengthen muscles twice a week. Exercises to strengthen your muscles should be done at least twice a week, according to official health guidelines. The UK’s Chief Medical Officer has advised adults to incorporate activities, such as carrying heavy shopping or intensive gardening, into their routines to cut their risk of various conditions. Adults who do at least 150 minutes of exercise weekly reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes by 40%, heart disease by 35% and depression by 30%. The Times
8. A tale of two leagues. In the 2017-2018 season, the 20 clubs in the Premier League pulled in profits of £900m on record revenues of £4.8bn. By contrast, the 72 clubs below them, who don’t attract global sponsorship deals or lavish revenues from TV rights, racked up combined losses of £411m (partly as a result of over-spending on players in a bid to reach the top division). Metro
9. Amazon ruined my name. The popularity of the name Alexa has slumped in the past year - most likely because it is now so closely associated with Amazon’s voice assistant. The number of babies named Alexa in England and Wales had remained fairly stable for years, but between 2017 and 2018 it more than halved: only 118 Alexas were registered last year, down from 301 in 2017. The Telegraph
10. The bottom line. Amid the gathering economic storm, the average UK dividend yield (payouts as a proportion of the share price) rose to a historic high of 4.8% in 2018, according to Link Asset Services. Although the average yield is expected to dip slightly to 4.2% this year, it remains well above the 30-year average of 3.5%. Financial Times
The BBC's Helen Catt explains the policies, the reaction, and what happens next.
A look at the fanfare and formality behind this year's State Opening of Parliament.
Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.
Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo become the first authors to jointly win the Booker Prize since 1992.
Insects are being touted as an eco-friendly protein source, but do bug burgers pass the taste test?
Dashcam footage shows a series of near-misses on the A505 in Hertfordshire.
Five-year-old Ava Macfarlane died from sepsis in December 2017.
Vanda Kizmaz, from Bourne in Lincolnshire, imports 60 Romanian strays each month.
Home Secretary Priti Patel tells Andrew Marr Show that progress has been made by Boris Johnson in talks between UK and EU officials.
It was a wet start to the 2019 championships, but it failed to dampen competitors' spirits.
The BBC discovered three children from the same family stranded after their parents died in the fighting with Islamic State.
Jack Grange was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety after being excluded from school.
The British paraclimber Jesse Dufton said he was the first blind climber to lead an ascent of the sea stack.
The Scottish first minister is asked if Scottish independence would mean similar issues to the Irish border post-Brexit.
Kev used to sell his drawings on the streets of Birmingham until a customer offered him an alternative.
A group of young people have decided to wash off hateful words and graffiti from walls in their local area.
Amina Art Ansari, whose paintings hang in Windsor Castle, has set up an art studio in Islamabad where she uses art therapy to help her students.
The daughter of a British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran appears at a press conference after returning to the UK.
Adam Selvey has cerebral palsy and says he only runs at night to avoid being stared at.
These men have all lost a son or brother to knife crime and said they often feel their grief is overlooked.
"It's just fantastic, it melts everybody's hearts when you see it."
The Irish prime minister was speaking after meeting Boris Johnson for Brexit talks in North-West England.
The flight was about to take off from London City Airport when the man refused to resume his seat.
Police used an electric stun gun on a man after four people were injured in a stabbing at Manchester's Arndale Centre.
England's outgoing chief medical officer suggests the idea could help to tackle child obesity.
The UK's international trade secretary made a joke about the row between two wives of footballers, as she opened a Commonwealth trade event.
Jessica Van Meir spoke out about being harassed by another passenger over Virgin Atlantic's in-flight messaging system.
Residents of Haringey in London open up about the impact of the borough's high rate of knife crime.
Neil Trotter won £107.9m on the Euromillions lottery in 2014. He spoke to BBC Breakfast about what he did with his winnings.
Jeremy Hunt says he fears a "catastrophic failure in statecraft" will prevent a Brexit deal being reached.
Fifteen-year-old Gadi was attacked on his way home from football practice after wandering into the wrong area.
Radio 1 Newsbeat follows a bunch of flowers on its journey from Europe’s largest auction to a florist in Kent.
Part of Emily Eccles's jaw was left hanging on by a flap of skin after her horse bolted and she hit a wooden post.
Mark Maciver is barber to the stars, but he also wants to make a difference to his wider community.
Thousands of children in seaside areas are having multiple teeth extractions in hospital because of tooth decay.
Special constable Jack Edgecombe was thrown out of school three times before finding bicycle repairs.
An eco-friendly council estate has scooped this year's prestigious Riba Stirling Prize for architecture.
The parents of a 10-year-old boy who died after contracting HIV through contaminated blood products speak at the public inquiry.
The Coram family live on a deprived estate in Penzance and say low wages make daily life a struggle.
This is the footage of the Fab Four that survived for 50 years after being stored in a bread tin.
The shutdown comes two weeks after the UK Supreme Court said a previous attempt to prorogue was unlawful.
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 © 2004–2019 2day Microportals, East Quither Farm, Milton Abbot, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0PZ, UK.