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'Automatic' permission for new homes in England planning shake-up
(August 02 10:02) BBC.com
The housing secretary says “unlocking land” for new developments will create thousands of jobs.
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China's Chang'e-5 Moon mission returns colour pictures
The robotic Chang'e-5 probe starts work to gather lunar samples it can send to Earth for study.
(December 02 23:16) BBC.com
WW2 mine found in Firth of Clyde had 350kg of explosives
Bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosion after the German mine was found in the water near Wemyss Bay.
(December 02 23:45) BBC.com
NHS workers: 'Vaccine is a game changer'
NHS workers have been giving their reaction to the news the vaccine will be rolled out in the UK from next week.
(December 02 23:42) BBC.com
South Africa's lottery probed as 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 drawn
Twenty ticketholders win in South Africa after the unusual sequence, sparking claims of fraud.
Manchester Arena Inquiry: Bomb attack stewards 'not trained properly'
Stewards on duty on the night of the Manchester bombing were "hardly briefed", an inquiry hears.
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