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Monday 20th October

Flights axed due to weather warning

10PM - BBC News

British Airways axes some short-haul and domestic flights from Heathrow on Tuesday amid warnings of heavy rain and strong winds for parts of the UK.


VIDEO: Ford plant creates 300 new jobs

8PM - BBC News

More than 300 new jobs are created at Dagenham's Ford plant as part of an investment which will see the factory build low-carbon car engines.


The mock Islamic State slave auction

7PM - BBC News

A group of Kurdish activists staged a 'sex slave' auction to highlight Islamic State's alleged actions.


Quins' Care embraces fatherhood

6PM - BBC News

Harlequins scrum-half Danny Care says becoming a father for the first time has given him added motivation as a player.


Denly returns to Kent from Middlesex

6PM - BBC News

Joe Denly returns to Kent from Middlesex, while Brendan Nash and head coach Jimmy Adams extend their contracts.


Millwall sign Wilkinson from Stoke

5PM - BBC News

Championship club Millwall sign long-serving Stoke City defender Andy Wilkinson on a three-month loan deal.


Doncaster Rovers v Leyton Orient

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League One game between Doncaster Rovers and Leyton Orient.


Luton Town v Dagenham & Redbridge

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League Two game between Luton Town and Dagenham & Redbridge.


PM welcomes 190m Ford investment

3PM - BBC News

Ford announces a 190m investment in the production of new low-carbon diesel engines at its Dagenham plant.


Saracens' Brits 'out until new year'

2PM - BBC News

Saracens hooker Schalk Brits is facing surgery and is not expected to be fit again until "well into the new year".


Kissing men told 'get off bus'

2PM - BBC News

Two men kissing on a London bus claim they were shouted at by the driver to get off as it was "disgusting".


Cyclist dies three days after crash

2PM - BBC News

A cyclist dies three days after a collision with a lorry in the City of London.


Double decker bus crash injures 45

2PM - BBC News

A man is arrested after 45 people are injured in a collision involving a double decker bus and a car in Hertfordshire.


Woman dies stuck inside ambulance

2PM - BBC News

A woman died after being stuck in the back of an ambulance after its tail lift broke outside a north London accident and emergency department.


Freeman inspires Rocks to Riders win

1PM - BBC News

Tommy Freeman leads Glasgow to victory over Leicester 48 hours after his father is involved in a serious motorcycle accident.


Double decker bus crash injures 35

1PM - BBC News

A man is arrested after 35 five people are injured in a collision involving a double decker bus and a car in Hertfordshire.


Man denies decapitating his wife

12PM - BBC News

A man accused of decapitating his wife in their west London home pleads not guilty to murder.


Actress Lynda Bellingham dies at 66

12PM - BBC News

British actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who had colon cancer, has died aged 66 ina London hospital, her agent confirms.


Strettle hopeful of England recall

12PM - BBC News

David Strettle says his form and experience merits an England recall for next month's autumn internationals.


Actress Lynda Bellingham dies aged 66

9AM - BBC News

British actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who had cancer, has died aged 66, her agent has confirmed.


Life after university for disabled graduates

8AM - BBC News

What's life like for disabled graduates?


Concern over new mums' mental health

8AM - BBC News

Society is paying a "shocking" price for poor mental health care for pregnant women and new mothers, a London School of Economics report says.


Mother helped son flee IS in Syria

7AM - BBC News

A mother whose son joined a militant group linked to IS in Syria reveals how she travelled to the region and persuaded him to return to the UK.


Ebola nurse Pooley back in Africa

7AM - BBC News

William Pooley, the British nurse who contracted Ebola while volunteering in West Africa, returns to Sierra Leone to work at a hospital.


Sunday 19th October

Brad Pitt's Fury closes festival

10PM - BBC News

Brad Pitt says he hopes his new film Fury recognised the trauma suffered by soldiers in World War Two as it closes this year's BFI London Film Festival.


Taarabt 'three stone overweight'

7PM - BBC News

Adel Taarabt is three stone overweight and unfit to play for Queens Park Rangers, according to manager Harry Redknapp.


VIDEO: Cutty Sark avoids major fire damage

6PM - BBC News

Cutty Sark avoided major damage when a fire broke out onboard, London Fire Brigade says.


Festival feels Brad Pitt's Fury

5PM - BBC News

Actor Brad Pitt says he hopes his new film Fury shows respect to the soldiers who fought in World War Two as it brings this year's London Film Festival to a close.


Queens Park Rangers 2-3 Liverpool

4PM - BBC News

Liverpool score a injury-time winner to edge a dramatic five-goal thriller against bottom side QPR at Loftus Road.


Leukaemia toddler 'beyond rescue'

3PM - BBC News

The parents of a young leukaemia sufferer say nothing more can be done to save the youngster's life.


Largest ship to sail Thames arrives

2PM - BBC News

A 397m-long ship capable of carrying 15,500 containers arrives on the River Thames.


Striker Plasmati signs for Orient

1PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient sign free-agent striker Gianvito Plasmati, who is 6ft 6ins tall, on a contract to the end of the season.


Queens Park Rangers v Liverpool

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Queens Park Rangers and Liverpool.


Mourinho unsure over Costa return

12PM - BBC News

Jose Mourinho says Diego Costa will miss Chelsea's next Champions League game, saying he returned injured from Spain duty.


Cutty Sark deck damaged in blaze

12PM - BBC News

Famous 19th Century ship Cutty Sark is damaged in a fire in London.


England's lost football grounds

10AM - BBC News

West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur are the latest clubs to reveal plans to leave their long-established homes. But what became of England's other lost football grounds?


Saturday 18th October

Nugent confirms Orient interim role

8PM - BBC News

Kevin Nugent confirms he has been appointed as Leyton Orient interim manager after a spell as caretaker boss.


Leyton Orient 0-0 Milton Keynes Dons

7PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient move out of the bottom four after earning a hard-fought point against MK Dons.


Wycombe Wanderers 2-0 AFC Wimbledon

7PM - BBC News

Wycombe Wanderers beat AFC Wimbledon to stay top of League Two and extend their unbeaten run to 10 matches.


Thomas's bounced cheques for sale

7PM - BBC News

Poet's bounced cheques to landlord of his local pub in Laugharne will be auctioned in London.


VIDEO: Fears over gold thefts during Diwali

6PM - BBC News

There could be a sharp rise in the number of Asian Londoners being targeted by gangs of thieves this week for their gold.


Gateshead 0-2 Barnet

6PM - BBC News

Barnet maintain their lead at the top of the Conference table thanks to two goals in just seven minutes against Gateshead.


Southport 1-0 Welling United

6PM - BBC News

A last-gasp Joe Connor strike gives Southport victory over nine-man Welling United.


VIDEO: Action to prevent slavery in London

6PM - BBC News

Ways of helping victims of human trafficking and slavery in London have been discussed at a conference as part of Anti-Slavery Day.


Bournemouth 1-0 Charlton Athletic

6PM - BBC News

Charlton lose their unbeaten league record as Bournemouth pick up a fourth win in their last five games.


Wigan Athletic 0-0 Brentford

6PM - BBC News

Wigan and Brentford take a point each as Latics boss Uwe Rosler's first game against his old side ends goalless.


Millwall 3-3 Wolves

6PM - BBC News

Substitute Ricardo Fuller scores twice as Millwall fight back from 3-0 down to claim a point against Wolves in the Championship.


Dagenham & Redbridge 0-1 Newport County

5PM - BBC News

Chris Zebroski secures a second successive victory for Newport County with a late winner at Dagenham & Redbridge in League Two.


Crystal Palace 1-2 Chelsea

5PM - BBC News

Both sides have a man sent off but Chelsea maintain a five-point lead at the top of the table with victory at Selhurst Park.


Arsenal 2-2 Hull City

5PM - BBC News

Danny Welbeck's goal denies Hull victory and ensures Arsenal avoid equalling their worst start to a season under Arsene Wenger.


Burnley 1-3 West Ham United

5PM - BBC News

Diafra Sakho scores his sixth goal in as many starts to give West Ham a comfortable victory over winless Burnley at Turf Moor.


Saracens 30-23 Clermont Auvergne

5PM - BBC News

A brace of tries apiece from David Strettle and Chris Ashton sees Saracens beat Clermont Auvergne once again in Europe.


Man attacked during home burglary

4PM - BBC News

A man was pistol whipped and knifed in the hand before being bound up alongside his wife during am aggravated burglary at their home in Sutton.


Mystery of UK surgeon's Syria death

3PM - BBC News

Mystery deepens over doctor's death


Manchester City 4-1 Tottenham Hotspur

3PM - BBC News

Four goals from Sergio Aguero give Manchester City a 4-1 win over Spurs in an eventful match that features four penalties.


Thousands attend pay protest marches

3PM - BBC News

Tens of thousands of people are taking part in protest marches in London, Glasgow and Belfast calling for pay increases for public sector workers.


Duke's funeral details announced

3PM - BBC News

Details for the Duke of Marlborough's funeral and memorial service are announced by Blenheim Palace.


Gold thefts warning ahead of Diwali

2PM - BBC News

People celebrating Diwali this week in London are warned to watch out for gangs of thieves targeting gold jewellery.


Southport v Welling United

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Conference game between Southport and Welling United.


Saracens v Clermont Auvergne

1PM - BBC News

Team news as Saracens host Clermont Auvergne in Saturday's European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 1 fixture at Allianz Park (15:15 BST).


Thousands begin pay protest marches

12PM - BBC News

Protests organised by unions over the issue of low public sector pay rises begin - with tens of thousands of people expected to join.


Thousands set to join pay marches

10AM - BBC News

Tens of thousands of people are expected to join protests organised by the TUC over the issue of pay following a week of action organised by unions.


Why Chinese couples are having their wedding photos taken in London

10AM - BBC News

Why Chinese couples are having marriage photos taken in London.


Terror-related arrest woman bailed

10AM - BBC News

A 19-year-old woman arrested by counter-terrorism police in London is released on police bail.


Faster trains bid plea to commuters

10AM - BBC News

Commuters using a troubled rail line are asked to join a campaign for more investment to allow faster trains.


Plaque remembers historic Irishman

10AM - BBC News

Irish political giant Daniel O'Connell is remembered as the Nelson Mandela of his day, as the newest of London's blue plaques was unveiled in his honour.


Friday 17th October

Harlequins 25-9 Castres

10PM - BBC News

Harlequins kick off the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup with a solid win against French side Castres in Pool Two.


VIDEO: Mayor defends affordable homes quota

6PM - BBC News

Boris Johnson has defended the amount of affordable housing planned at a development in south-east London.


VIDEO: London bus art displayed in square

6PM - BBC News

Twenty-eight new Routemaster bus sculptures, painted by well-known and aspiring artists have been unveiled in Trafalgar Square.


Fulham squad happy under me - Symons

5PM - BBC News

Fulham caretaker boss Kit Symons says the playing squad have been unaffected by the club's search for a new manager.


London faces battle for Tour Finals

5PM - BBC News

London faces competition from "four other regions" for the right to stage the ATP World Tour Finals from 2016.


Plot suspects 'wanted to kill police'

5PM - BBC News

Five men appear in court charged in connection with a terror plot "to shoot, to kill, police officers or soldiers on the streets of London".


Fulham goalkeeper joins Accrington

4PM - BBC News

Accrington sign goalkeeper Jesse Joronen on a month-long loan from Championship side Fulham.


Terror men planned 'to kill' police

4PM - BBC News

Five men appear in court charged in connection with a terror plot "to shoot, to kill, police officers or soldiers on the streets of London".


Design Museum to offer free entry

4PM - BBC News

London's Design Museum will establish a free permanent collection from 2016, following its relocation to new premises in the Kensington area.


Four men in court over 'terror plot'

3PM - BBC News

Four men appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with plotting a terror attack in London.


Galloway says Syria doctor 'murdered'

3PM - BBC News

MP George Galloway, who lobbied for the release of a south London doctor found dead in a Syrian jail cell, says he believes the father-of-two was "murdered".


Bournemouth v Charlton Athletic

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Bournemouth and Charlton Athletic.


Four men charged over 'terror plot'

2PM - BBC News

Four men from London are charged with intending to commit acts of terrorism following arrests over the last two weeks, Scotland Yard says.


Wigan Athletic v Brentford

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Wigan Athletic and Brentford.


Swindon and Orient fined by FA

1PM - BBC News

Swindon and Leyton Orient are fined 5,500 and 4,000 respectively for a fracas which occurred in their game on 4 October.


Renowned artist's painting stolen

1PM - BBC News

An oil painting by a renowned Welsh artist whose works have been sold for tens of thousands of pounds, is stolen from London's Southbank Centre.


Millwall v Wolverhampton Wanderers

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Millwall and Wolverhampton Wanderers.


Dagenham & Redbridge v Newport County

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Dagenham & Redbridge and Newport County.


I still love QPR job - Redknapp

12PM - BBC News

QPR boss Harry Redknapp insists he still "loves" the job and believes his side will climb the Premier League table.


Palace's Hunt fee too high - Pearce

12PM - BBC News

Nottingham Forest are eager to sign on-loan defender Jack Hunt but say they cannot meet Crystal Palace's asking price.


Whitlock 'has risky plan' for Rio

11AM - BBC News

Gymnast Max Whitlock can make British history at the Rio Olympics after winning all-around World silver, says Beth Tweddle.


Ferdinand doubts use of Rooney Rule

11AM - BBC News

Les Ferdinand says the the NFL's Rooney Rule would not work in the Premier League because many clubs do not interview managers.


Warburton hails Rosler's Bees role

11AM - BBC News

Brentford boss Mark Warburton hails the impact Wigan manager Uwe Rosler had on the Bees during his time in charge.


Tourist locked inside bookshop

11AM - BBC News

A tourist found himself locked inside a Waterstones bookshop for two hours after it closed while he was still browsing.


VIDEO: Leading African art fair in London

10AM - BBC News

Europe's leading international African art fair is being held in Somerset House in London.


The changing face of Sherlock Holmes

10AM - BBC News

Exhibition on changing face of Sherlock Holmes


Reider 'sacking' crazy, says Rooney

10AM - BBC News

European 400m champion Martyn Rooney says his coach Rana Reider has been sacked by British Athletics in a "crazy" decision.


Notts move helps QPR goal - Petrasso

9AM - BBC News

New Notts County signing Michael Petrasso says his chance of succeeding at QPR is by impressing while out on loan.


Tourist locked inside book shop

9AM - BBC News

A tourist found himself locked inside a Waterstones book shop for two hours after it closed while he was still browsing.


Abram Games: Posters that framed the nation

8AM - BBC News

Why the woman on this war artwork was banned


Terror inquiries 'stretching police'

8AM - BBC News

Police are "stretched" dealing with an "exceptionally high" number of investigations into Islamist-related activities, Scotland Yard says.


VIDEO: The Queen visits poppy tribute

12AM - BBC News

Members of the Royal Family have paid tribute to World War One personnel at a Tower of London art installation featuring thousands of ceramic poppies.


Thursday 16th October

VIDEO: Regent's Canal drained for repairs

11PM - BBC News

More than 7.5 million gallons of water is drained from a stretch of Regent's Canal in east London to carry out some repair work.


Tesco tells guide dog owner 'get out'

11PM - BBC News

A blind woman is left "horrified" after staff at Tesco shout at her to get her guide dog out of the store and "never come back".


Arsenal defend cost of match tickets

8PM - BBC News

Arsenal defend the cost of their tickets after the BBC's Price of Football survey showed they had the most expensive.


MP attacks Met over whistleblower

7PM - BBC News

A senior Conservative MP attacks the Met's "shameful" treatment of a whistleblower who raised concerns over the manipulation of crime statistics.


Amal Clooney in Greece marbles talks

6PM - BBC News

The new wife of Hollywood star George Clooney, lawyer Amal Clooney, joins Greece's campaign to return the Parthenon sculptures from the British Museum.


VIDEO: Royals visits Tower of London poppy tribute

5PM - BBC News

Members of the Royal Family have paid tribute to World War One personnel at a Tower of London art installation featuring thousands of ceramic poppies.


Terror accused talked of Syria visit

5PM - BBC News

A UK man accused of planning terrorist attacks was secretly recorded talking about time he spent in Syria and about getting a gun, a court hears.


Toddler dies from cardiac arrest

5PM - BBC News

A toddler dies from a cardiac arrest after collapsing at London Bridge Station.


VIDEO: 'I won't walk 800m to chip shop'

4PM - BBC News

The BBC's Zoe Conway went to a school in central London find out how far pupils were prepared to walk to buy fast food.


Crystal Palace's Inniss joins Yeovil

4PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace defender Ryan Inniss joins League One Yeovil Town on an initial month-long youth loan.


Chelsea title winner Gallas retires

4PM - BBC News

French defender William Gallas has announced his retirement from football


VIDEO: Opposition to garden bridge grows

3PM - BBC News

Campaigners argue a proposed bridge on London's South Bank is in the wrong place and is not needed.


Wenger hints at faster Ozil return

3PM - BBC News

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hints midfielder Mesut Ozil could return from a knee injury in six weeks.


Froch 'running scared' of DeGale

2PM - BBC News

Carl Froch is "running scared" of James DeGale and will retire instead of defending his world title against him, says DeGale's advisor.


Care back for Harlequins Euro opener

2PM - BBC News

Danny Care is one of three Harlequins changes for Friday's opening match of the European Rugby Champions Cup against Castres.


Stirling Prize 2014: Building vote

2PM - BBC News

In the run up to the Riba Stirling Prize award ceremony, BBC News Online, in partnership with Riba, is looking at the six buildings shortlisted for the prize, and asking users to vote for their favourite.


Quins boss wants England success

2PM - BBC News

Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea says contributing to the success of the England team is part of the club's philosophy.


Terror accused 'planned to get gun'

2PM - BBC News

A British man accused of planning terrorist attacks was secretly recorded talking about getting a gun, a court hears.


Oxford sign defender Holmes-Dennis

1PM - BBC News

Oxford United sign left-back Tareiq Holmes-Dennis from Championship side Charlton on a one-month youth loan.


William Morris' legacy celebrated

12PM - BBC News

Exhibition opens at the National Portrait Gallery


Boro sign Spurs defender Veljkovic

12PM - BBC News

Middlesbrough sign Serbia Under-21 international Milos Veljkovic from Tottenham until January in a youth loan deal.


Queen visits Tower of London poppies

12PM - BBC News

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh pay tribute to World War One soldiers at a Tower of London art installation featuring thousands of ceramic poppies.


Arsenal fans in ticket price warning

11AM - BBC News

The Arsenal Supporters Trust plans to tell the club fans are struggling to meet increasing costs of attending football.


New ovarian cancer test developed

10AM - BBC News

A test has been developed by Imperial College London scientists that could help identify ovarian cancer more accurately and cut down on instances of unnecessary surgery.


AUDIO: Killer seagull picks off pigeons

9AM - BBC News

Bird blogger Ralph Hancock describes how a killer seagull has been picking off pigeon victims in Hyde Park.


Opposition to garden bridge grows

7AM - BBC News

Campaigners say the location is wrong


Wednesday 15th October

VIDEO: Ban smoking in London landmarks?

11PM - BBC News

Londoners, Mayor Boris Johnson and Lord Darzi give their thoughts on a proposal to ban smoking in the capital's main squares and parks.


VIDEO: Boris Johnson tackles young footballer

11PM - BBC News

Mayor of London Boris Johnson takes on some players considerably smaller than himself at a football match near City Hall.


Track condition caused derailment

10PM - BBC News

A freight train derailment in north London was caused by a track in a poor condition, a report concludes.


Clooney wife in Greece marbles talks

9PM - BBC News

The new wife of Hollywood star George Clooney, lawyer Amal Clooney, joins Greece's campaign to return the Parthenon sculptures from the British Museum.


Man dies in Abbey Wood stabbing

9PM - BBC News

A 25-year-old man dies after he was stabbed on a street in south-east London.


Uber's tax affairs referred to HMRC

7PM - BBC News

Taxi service Uber's corporate and tax affairs have been referred to HMRC by London's taxi and minicab regulator Transport for London.


Terror accused 'praised jihadists'

7PM - BBC News

The trial of a man accused of planning to target Tony Blair or carry out an indiscriminate terror attack hears recordings of him praising jihadist fighters.


VIDEO: Mayor admits 'injustice' over housing

6PM - BBC News

Boris Johnson has accepted Londoners have a "deep and understandable" sense of injustice over the lack of affordable homes in the city.


Two terror arrest suspects bailed

6PM - BBC News

Two people arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences on Tuesday are released on bail, as four more remain in police custody.


Terror suspect 'praised jihadists'

6PM - BBC News

The trial of a man accused of planning to target Tony Blair or carry out an indiscriminate terror attack hears recordings of him praising jihadist fighters.


VIDEO: Bond producer mentors women in film

4PM - BBC News

Bond producer mentors women in film


Wasps confirm opening Ricoh fixture

1PM - BBC News

Wasps confirm their first game at the Ricoh Arena will be the Premiership meeting with London Irish on Sunday, 21 December.


No charges over nightclub crush death

12PM - BBC News

No criminal charges will be brought over the deaths of two women from London who were killed in a crush at a Northampton nightclub in 2011, say prosecutors.


Charlton have cheapest season ticket

11AM - BBC News

The BBC Sport Price of Football survey takes at a look at how much football costs in English football's second tier.


Dog attack assault suspect named

10AM - BBC News

A man wanted on suspicion of assault after a woman suffered "life-changing" injuries from suspected dog bites at a kennels is named by police.


Ticket prices outstrip cost of living

7AM - BBC News

The BBC Price of Football study finds some ticket prices in English football rising at almost twice the rate of the cost of living with Arsenal having the most expensive tickets in the Premier League.


Call for Trafalgar Square smoking ban

1AM - BBC News

Smoking could be banned in Trafalgar and Parliament squares as well as the city's parks if a report by London's Health Commission is implemented.



National News

Photographing Gandalf and a general

The photographer who snapped Gandalf and Jean-Luc Picard

Beatle's home sells at Cavern Club

The childhood home of former Beatle George Harrison sells at an auction at the Cavern Club for 156,000.

Salisbury in 'top 10 world cities'

Salisbury is named as a "must-see" and one of the best cities in the world to visit next year by travel guide Lonely Planet.

West Bromwich Albion 2-2 Manchester United

Danny Blind scores a late equaliser as Manchester United earn an entertaining 2-2 draw at West Brom.

Beatles's home sells at Cavern Club

The childhood home of former Beatle George Harrison sells at an auction at the Cavern Club for 156,000.

Business News

Total boss dies in Moscow air crash

Christophe de Margerie, chief executive of French oil company Total, has died in a Moscow air crash, a Vnukovo airport official confirms.

Connecting India's offline millions

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to connect the world to his social network through Internet.org - and he now has India in his sights.

VIDEO: Singapore's philanthropic dynasty

How the Tan family runs a charitable foundation out of its 1930s Singapore mansion, while Singapore struggles to think charitably.

VIDEO: Bringing internet to India's poorest

More than a billion Indians don't use the internet - and addressing that was the focus of a summit in Delhi where Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was the star attraction.

Apple's iphone sales boost earnings

Apple reports third-quarter earnings of $8.47bn (5.24bn), beating analysts' expectations, helped by sales of its new iPhone models.

Entertainment News

Magnum photographer Rene Burri dies

Celebrated Swiss photographer Rene Burri who took pictures of the likes of Che Guevara and Pablo Picasso for the Magnum agency dies aged 81.

Reggae singer John Holt dies at 67

Reggae singer John Holt, who was famed for writing and singing the original version of Blondie's hit The Tide is High, dies aged 67.

Ash singer on healing through music

Ash's Tim Wheeler on how music helped him deal with father's death

BBC move in WW2 staged in play

The transfer of the BBC's Light Entertainment Department to Bangor during World War Two is being celebrated in a new stage play.

Google changes 'to fight piracy'

Google announces changes to its search engine in an attempt to curb online piracy.

Sport News

Monk 'out of order' for cheat remark

Swansea City boss Garry Monk was "out of order" to brand Victor Moses a cheat, says Stoke City assistant manager Mark Bowen.

Is Kobayashi-Caterham trust broken?

The relationship between Kamui Kobayashi and his Caterham team suffered a breakdown of trust in Russia, says Andrew Benson.

VIDEO: Brit searches for 'soccer' in the US

Benjamin Zand is travelling across the country as part of BBC's Pop Up project. In every city he visits, he's checking in on football's fate in the states.

VIDEO: Pistorius siblings: 'Truth manipulated'

The siblings of Oscar Pistorius,, Carl and Aimee Pistorius, speak of "twisted truths" in a television interview ahead of his sentencing on Tuesday.

VIDEO: Draw bitterly disappointing - Irvine

West Bromwich Albion boss Alan Irvine says his side are 'bitterly disappointed' after their 2-2 draw with Manchester United at the Hawthorns.

Technology News

Connecting India's offline millions

Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring the internet to the country's masses

Will we podcast in virtual reality?

How virtual reality could disrupt podcasting

VIDEO: Bringing internet to India's poorest

More than a billion Indians don't use the internet - and addressing that was the focus of a summit in Delhi where Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was the star attraction.

VIDEO: First prosecution over avatar 'Sweetie'

A year ago a charity in the Netherlands created a fake profile of a girl called Sweetie to pose in teen chat rooms.

IBM pays $1.5bn to offload chip unit

IBM is paying $1.5bn to offload its loss-making chip manufacturing division to sovereign wealth fund owned GlobalFoundries as it announces a 17% profits fall.