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The People's Friend: 150 years without upsetting or offending
(January 13 09:27) BBC.com
Its founding statement stated it would contain nothing with the "slightest tendency to corrupt morals".
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Students at university who are inspiring younger siblings
The first-in-the-family university students urging younger siblings to aim high with their ambitions.
Christchurch shootings: Ardern vows never to say gunman's name
New Zealand prime minister says person who attacked mosques should not be given notoriety.
Fashion rip-offs: Independent designers 'copied' by high street
Meet the independent businesses who claim they're being repeatedly ripped off by high street brands.
Climate change: Water shortages in England 'within 25 years'
Climate change and population growth will cause an "existential threat", says Environment Agency boss.
Brexit: Theresa May to discuss next steps after Bercow ruling
Theresa May will meet her top team later as she considers her Brexit plans, after the Speaker's ruling.
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News Daily: New Zealand gun laws promise, and hotel deaths
Your morning briefing for 18 March 2019.
(March 18 14:33) BBC.com
'Fake news' sent out by government department
Foreign Office officials fed information to journalists during the Cold War, newly released files show.
(March 18 15:04) BBC.com
JD Sports to buy Footasylum for £90m
JD Sports is making a cash offer of £90.1m to acquire 'athleisure' retailer Footasylum.
(March 18 15:43) BBC.com
WorldPay payments firm in $43bn sale to US rival
WorldPay, once part of RBS bank, has been bought by Fidelity National Information Services.
(March 18 17:08) BBC.com
Holmes, Radcliffe & Davies to ask for research on 'residual benefits' of being transgender athlete
Dame Kelly Holmes, Paula Radcliffe and Sharron Davies are to write to the IOC asking for more research on the "benefits" of being a transgender athlete.
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