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'The rare condition slowly paralysing my arms and legs'
(December 04 08:50) BBC.com
Filmmaker Xavier Alford explores up to his rare illness for the first time as it slowly paralyses his arms and legs.
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Man Utd 'disgusted' at racial abuse of Tuanzebe and Martial
Manchester United say they are "disgusted" after Axel Tuanzebe and Anthony Martial were racially abused on social media by "mindless idiots" after Wednesday's loss to Sheffield United.
Family 'did Asda shop in blue-light ambulance'
The ambulance was carrying a family when it arrived at the supermarket, police say.
Coronavirus: Germany facing '10 tough weeks' of vaccine shortages
The health minister says supply issues will continue amid a row between the EU and AstraZeneca.
Coronavirus: Government withdraws 'sexist' Stay at Home advert
The advert urging people to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic showed women doing domestic chores.
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Sir Tom Jones told he 'wouldn't succeed with curly hair'
The Welsh singer said he was "always getting knocked back" in his early career.
(January 27 22:08) BBC.com
Sturgeon says Johnson visit to Scotland 'not essential' travel
Boris Johnson is expected to travel to Scotland on Thursday, but Nicola Sturgeon is "not ecstatic" about the plan.
(January 27 22:06) BBC.com
Apple Christmas sales surge to $111bn amid pandemic
Families loaded up on the latest technology and sales increased in China.
Covid: 'Virus going in right direction but not fast enough'
Coronavirus infections are still at very high levels in many regions, a study estimates.
John Kerry: UK climate summit is world's 'last best chance'
The new US climate envoy says time is running out for the world to address the climate crisis.
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