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Fergus Walsh 14h
The remarkable story of conjoined twins Safa and Marwa, and how surgeons at Great Ormond Street separated them. Three reports this week on and read the story here by
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Clare Hepworth OBE Jun 25
Listening to Hunt talking to Laura Kuenssberg I say *talking* - but he's actually shaking *fairy dust* He says people should save for their social care-as they do for pensions. Save ? Many don't have enough to meet their day to day basic needs !
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Mark Easton Mar 27
While SW1 talks , I will be on asking why the life expectancy of poor women in England FELL 100 days in just three years.
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BBC Politics Jul 12
"It will be a mixture of pride... but also disappointment" Theresa May talks to , from inside her Downing Street apartment, about how she will feel when she leaves Number 10 More on and at 1800 [tap to expand]
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sophieraworth Jan 23
Back with a beard...1st time on air since December 2017. Join on for tonight’s
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Woody 13h
Whilst the graphical headlines on make sense, they’re (a) Too big, (b) The wrong font and (c) The transition is wrong (too much fading in an out).
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Elias M. 🏳️‍🌈🇨🇾 🔶️Testes ad Brexitam #FBPE Jul 5
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Buddy Hell Jun 14
The BBC is persisting with the Pompeo lie despite the Japanese owner's claim to the contrary. How revealing.
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Dan Feb 21
Ally McBeal.. oops 😂😂
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Jonsta 14h
The population of London watched England win the cricket world cup The squad is going to Downing Street & takes front stage on the Why tho?
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Elinor Elliot #FBPE Feb 7
Mark Carney sounds really TIRED of all this. He has the intonation of someone who is almost past believing his expertise will be listened to and respected. And why would he, when fascist nonentity Rees Mogg called him 'a failed second-tier politician'?
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BBC News (UK) Apr 17
"I still can't eat like I used to" One year after Paulette was detained during the UK's Windrush scandal, she is still suffering from the effects [Tap to expand]
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BBC News (UK) Apr 24
How much time should children spend on screens, if any? 📱📵 [tap to expand]
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Tim Montgomerie Jan 30
Many won’t ever believe that this ending to the was an accident*!!! 😂😂😂 * I do
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Mrs Gee #GEnotPV Apr 16
On I'm pretty sure George Alagiah said this: 'SATS were brought in by a Labour Gov' when he reported Corbyn's pledge to teachers to ditch SATS at I googled it. SATS were first introduced by a Tory Gov in '91 You scallies
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Laura Kuenssberg Jul 12
Almost exactly three years after she moved in, Theresa May gives us her last interview in Number 10... exclusively on and from 6pm
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Laura Kuenssberg Jan 29
Latest on a big, and strange day in Westminster, on shortly - votes start at seven
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Chris Partridge Jan 29
Watch this priceless answer to a question from BBC Media Editor ⁦ about children’s viewing habits
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Vicki Young Jun 26
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Katie Hile 15h
Age verification to stop under 18s accessing porn has been delayed by months - and the BBC has learnt there are concerns over a potential conflict of interest within a big player in the industry. More on
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