Some 10,500 foreign lorry drivers and poultry workers will be able to work in the UK until Christmas Eve.
Oleksandr Usyk is the new unified heavyweight world champion after dethroning Anthony Joshua with an incredible performance in London.
Labour will end the charitable status of private schools in England, saying it will raise £1.7bn.
Channel 4 and Channel 5 were among those affected following a fire alarm at a London broadcast centre.
The election race could barely be tighter as voters decide who will run Europe's biggest economy.
The United States look set to regain the Ryder Cup after another dominating display on day two at Whistling Straits sees them open a six-shot lead over Europe.
The Global Citizen: Live festival will see performances from more than 60 artists in six continents.
Two Canadians detained by China are also freed, bringing to an end a three-year diplomatic row.
Some 51% of 18 to 34-year-olds in the UK pray at least once a month, a new survey suggests.
It is set up near to where the teacher was found dead as police continue to hunt a man seen on CCTV.
Bagosora was serving a 35-year sentence for his role in the massacre of 800,000 people.
Bodies of alleged kidnappers are hung in public, a day after a warning executions would resume.
Hundreds of homes have been destroyed on the Spanish island since the eruption began.
A student says it will be "so special" to do the London Marathon alongside her bone marrow donor.
Reality Check takes a look at the facts and figures behind the world's nuclear weapons
Scientists warn that under the current melting rate even major glaciers are at risk of disappearing.
A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.
Abandoned taxis being used to grow vegetables and other stories you may have missed this week.
The BBC's Phil McCann reports from a petrol station that has run out of fuel in Stockport.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen goes inside Kabul's main jail, where former Taliban inmates are now caretakers.
There is a buzz on the University of East Anglia campus as face-to-face teaching resumes.
Thousands of people enjoy the colourful procession through the city centre's streets.
Researching family history, Rosie Whitehouse uncovered a story of Protestants and Jews uniting against the Nazis in a French town.
A new stage musical tells the story of how a Liverpool bakery sparked a neighbourhood fightback.
Pledges made at the UN have lifted hopes for the Glasgow summit, but some major questions remain.
A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK- who's going and what's at stake?
Ethiopian and Eritrean food is well known globally, but this is your chance to discover Somali cooking.
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
A series of maps and charts explaining what happened after an eruption in the Spanish Canary Islands.
Iain Watson looks at the complex situation facing Sir Keir Starmer and his opponents.
The 60ft tree is too big to be moved from a hot house in renovations at Edinburgh's Botanic Gardens.
It was described as a "wild ride" and a "crazy game" as Brentford defied the odds to come from behind to draw with Liverpool.
Former British heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte says compatriot Anthony Joshua was "gun shy" as he lost his world titles to Oleksandr Usyk.
After Manchester City ended Chelsea's unbeaten start to the season, BBC Sport's Phil McNulty looks at the significance of the victory.
Shane Lowry, Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia all feature in the best shots of the foursomes and fourballs on the second day of the Ryder Cup.
Britain's Lawrence Okolie retains his world cruiserweight title with a comfortable third-round knockout of Dilan Prasovic.
Germans are choosing a new government on Sunday. This is how the vote works.
The centre-left finance minister has led the polls in the run-up to the vote to succeed Angela Merkel.
A lacklustre lead candidate and a surprisingly strong Social Democrat have blown the race wide open.
BBC Europe editor Katya Adler takes a road trip to find out how Germans will remember their chancellor.
Ros Atkins explains how Germany’s election works, the candidates and the issues at stake.
Householders face a rise in energy bills - as well as the possibility their supplier could go bust.
Nearly 1.5 million customers have seen their energy firm collapse amid soaring gas prices.
A surge in gas prices has prompted fears of hard times ahead - but how bad could it get?
The UK's food industry has been told it must pay five times more for carbon dioxide in future.
No new gas boilers should be sold from 2025 according to the the International Energy Agency.
Music executive Riki Bleau shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.
After an illness, Stu began reuniting old postcards with their owners - and revived some buried memories.
Britain only defeated the US three times in the first 25 Ryder Cups, but behind each victory is a wealth of remarkable stories.
Twenty years ago, a young African boy was murdered and his torso was dumped in the Thames. It's the longest unsolved child murder case in the recent history of the Metropolitan Police.
Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed in Hotel Rwanda, has gone from national hero to enemy of the state.