Epsom College head Emma Pattison is described as a "warm, energetic, compassionate leader".
A British woman tells the BBC how the influencer persuaded her to work for his webcam business.
The Premier League charges Manchester City with breaching its financial rules following a four-year investigation.
Pop star Harry Styles wins album of the year, while Beyoncé receives a record-breaking 32nd trophy.
Critics and fans praise the show's "sensational" ending, calling it a "heart-stopping triumph".
It comes as the NHS in England is preparing for its biggest-ever round of industrial action this week.
The novelist was stabbed at a talk in the US last year and says he's found it hard to write since.
A Chinese spokeswoman says the aircraft is for civilian use, but "deviated" from its intended route.
The mother of two has not been seen since walking next to a river in Lancashire 10 days ago.
The Scottish company, which used to be known as Mackays, employs almost 2,000 people across the UK.
Recharge Industries is named preferred bidder for collapsed battery firm Britishvolt.
There are signs Russia is preparing a new offensive - James Waterhouse in Kyiv looks at the targets.
"There is an earthquake," one man said to his family. "At least let's die together in the same place."
A child is pulled from the rubble after a deadly earthquake shakes Syria and Turkey.
Rescue teams search for survivors after a devastating earthquake shakes Turkey and Syria.
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocks Turkey and Syria, killing scores of people.
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck south-eastern Turkey, demolishing buildings in Malatya and trapping people.
A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck south-east Turkey, demolishing buildings and killing scores of people.
Homeowners are worried about higher mortgage costs, but lenders must help those struggling.
Pilots are being run around the UK to see if electric wallpaper could be an efficient way to heat homes.
Paul Noakes, 76, says costs have forced him to retire and close his family business.
Smart meter in home displays can be a useful budgeting tool but for some they're a source of stress.
If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, what options are available?
Britain's economy is expected to shrink in 2023, and grow only slowly in the following period.
How are rising interest rates changing the housing market around the UK?
Homeowners tell the BBC they are being hit harder by rising mortgage rates than soaring fuel and food bills.
The officer, who asked to remain anonymous, was raped by Carrick while the pair were working together.
All the looks from music's biggest stars at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Frank Gardner visits the Helsinki centre where a joint EU-Nato team is focused on so-called hybrid threats.
Author Thomas Leeds lost his memory in a traumatic accident and had to learn to read again.
The poles are not known for being noisy but a project reveals their weird and wonderful sounds.
Some NHS nurses, ambulance staff and physiotherapists are striking in a dispute over pay.
Boris Johnson said his Brexit deal would mean lots of extra fish caught in the UK - has this happened?
What you need to know about strikes by nurses and ambulance workers by the BBC's Zoe Conway.
Swedish company Corite allow fans to invest in the music of their favourite artists.
Monday's NHS strikes and Liz Truss's return to the political fray lead the front pages.
Analysts say the huge interest on eBay, Etsy and TikTok is driven by young people wanting old technology.
Steve Borthwick says England "weren't good at anything" when he took over from Eddie Jones as head coach.
MOTD2 pundit Nedum Onuoha explains what went wrong for Manchester City in their defeat by Tottenham and why it is good news for Premier League leaders Arsenal.
BBC Sport picks five standout moments from a scintillating opening weekend of the Six Nations which saw Scotland beat England and Ireland defeat Wales.
Match of the Day 2's Leon Osman and Nedum Onuoha discuss how Tottenham play to Harry Kane's strengths, and ask if he can break Alan Shearer's Premier League goalscoring record.
Ali Carter suggests that Whitney Houston inspired him to a first ranking title in seven years as he wins the German Masters.
Arsenal dropped points for the second successive Women's Super League match after being held to a goalless draw by West Ham United on Sunday evening.
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2. Business confidence bounces back. British business confidence has bounced back, according to a new survey showing that it had reached its highest level in six months in January. Overall confidence among UK companies increased by five points to 22% this month, the latest Lloyds Bank Business Barometer found, edging closer to the long-term average of 28%. Confidence is an “important economic indicator and driver of growth”, because “the more optimistic companies feel, the more likely they are to invest”. The Times
3. Government borrowing at record levels. Official figures showed that UK Government borrowing in December shot up to a record £27.4bn – the highest for the month since records began and more than £9.8bn higher than analyst expectations. The ONS reported the Government paid a record £17.3bn to service the cost of debt linked to inflation. With total UK borrowing now standing at 99.5% of GDP, the debt-to-GDP ratio is at levels last seen in the early 1960s. Financial Times
4. Oil companies to reveal profits. Oil giants are preparing to announce an “obscene” £160bn “profit bonanza”. As five of the world’s biggest producers prepare to reveal their figures, analysts predict the annual haul will have doubled. The forecast combined profits for BP, Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil and Total Energies would equate to more than £5,000 a second. The NGO, Global Witness said: “Let’s not forget that these companies are richer because the rest of us are poorer.” Daily Mirror
5. What motivates you to go into the office? Hybrid workers are choosing to go to the office more often. Why? According to a new report from Transport for London, the cost of heating and electricity, isolation due to freezing temperatures and the opportunity to dine out or pop into the shops are driving workers back. In the report, around 60% of the respondents went in to save on bills, while the rest cited the need for social interactions after being isolated due to the cold. What motivates you to go into the office? Please vote in our latest poll and share your thoughts with us. VOTE HERE >>
6. Compensation claims down in UK. Compensation culture appears to be on the decline in Britain as nearly half of the public shuns the idea of making a claim. The number of claims for road traffic incidents, accidents or illness at work, slips, trips or falls in public places and medical negligence was down more than 40% last year. A study found that the reasons for the decline lay in the fact people were worried about stigma linked with making a claim, deterred by a fear that claims take too long, or held a fear of lawyers or the legal system. The Times
7. Pension age could be raised sooner. People will have to work for longer before claiming the state pension under plans to raise the official retirement age to 68 sooner than initially planned. The present threshold of 66 was due to be raised to 68 in 2046. However, ministers are looking at bringing forward the change to as early as 2035, affecting those who are 54 and under today. Experts said bringing the move forward would spare the taxpayer about £10bn but sceptics said it would disrupt the plans of those already planning for retirement. The Guardian
8. Sources say Sunak was warned. Sources have said that Rishi Sunak was told there could be a reputational risk to the government from Nadhim Zahawi’s tax affairs when he appointed him as Conservative party chair in October. Senior government officials are said to have given the prime minister informal advice about the risks from an HMRC investigation that had been settled just months earlier. Meanwhile, as the PM celebrated his 100th day in office, Tory insiders fear he is “spinning and getting nowhere”. The Sunday Times
9. Excess deaths soar again. Official data shows that excess deaths have reached their highest number since the second wave of the pandemic. Some 17,381 people died in England and Wales in the week ending 13 January 2023. The five-year pre-pandemic average for deaths was 14,544, meaning there were 2,837 excess deaths last week alone. Less than 5% of the excess deaths were from Covid, with high flu rates, record NHS waiting lists for routine operations, ambulance and A&E delays, and unmet needs from the pandemic year also blamed. The Telegraph
10. The bottom line. The AA warned that at peak times, it can cost more to charge the vehicles than it does to fill up a petrol car. Owing to rising energy prices, it now costs 16.18 pence a mile to power a small electric car, compared to 14.45 pence for a petrol equivalent. These figures apply to slow chargers; the rapid ones favoured by drivers on long journeys cost even more than that. The Telegraph
Grant Shapps says "national duty" compelled him to step in as home secretary under her leadership.
Sharon Graham says she's had no conversations with the prime minister or health secretary over pay.
How the late inventor of cat's eyes, Percy Shaw, got his eureka moment.
A friend of the missing 45-year-old mother says there is 'still a missing piece of the jigsaw'.
Police say there is a 10-minute window in which they believe Ms Bulley vanished.
The 45-year-old was last seen walking in St Michael's on Wyre, Lancashire, last Friday morning.
The 45-year-old was last seen walking in St Michael's on Wyre, Lancashire, last Friday morning.
Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey says lower energy prices should help lower inflation.
As the final series draws to a close, the BBC gets a glimpse of the real life house of the Cawood clan.
Stargazer George Chan photographed comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) from his home in Bramcote, Nottinghamshire.
Joseph Ward seriously injured the inspector by reversing into him and driving off to avoid arrest.
Rishi Sunak defends his handling of bullying allegations against Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab.
This year's fire festival has made history, with women and girls taking part in the procession for the first time.
The influencer and his brother Tristan arrive at court to appeal against the decision to keep them detained.
A former cabinet minister struggles to silence his phone while appearing on Newsnight.
How much does Eurovision cost and why is Liverpool hosting? Eurovision reporter Daniel Rosney explains.
People are travelling to Gloucestershire to see the stunning displays.
Nadhim Zahawi has been sacked as Conservative Party chairman after an inquiry by the PM's ethics adviser.
Richard Henton, who couldn't read or write until he was in his 20s, said helping others was his dream job.
The Labour leader says it is "absolutely fundamental" that health care remans free at the point of need.
Joanna Gosling says goodbye to viewers after 23 years in a job "that's never felt like a job".
PC Luke Watson earned the nickname after a flawless record in footraces against suspects.
Labour and the SNP question the timing of Rishi Sunak's probe into the Tory party chairman's tax affairs.
Flora Turnbull is to run the event in honour of her father and raise prostate cancer awareness.
St Dwynwen is Wales' patron saint of love and 25 January is Wales' own Valentine's Day.
Scientists say that humans are able to understand many of the gestures made by wild chimpanzees.
A boy who taught himself to read as a toddler has been accepted as the UK's youngest member of Mensa.
The meteorite crashed in England in 2021, containing water that was a near-perfect match for that on Earth.
Mark King campaigned for all of England's schools to have defibrillators, after his son Oliver died.
It's claimed Richard Sharp helped Boris Johnson get a loan, weeks before being chosen as BBC chairman.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has apologised after he was filmed without a seatbelt in a moving car.
The BBC’s Analysis editor takes a look at the government’s plan to scrap thousands of EU-era laws.
The Commons Speaker welcomes the Gurkhas' 37-strong band, to perform a medley of Highland tunes.
After police appealed for doorbell footage, the attempted burglar was identified and jailed.
Hannah and Claire’s young sons both died suddenly and unexpectedly.
A woman who had a stillborn baby says playing rugby saved her life.
The BBC's Philip Sim explains the gender reform row - and what might come next.
The football pundit reacts after sex noises were heard in the studio during FA Cup coverage.
The Prince of Wales unveils his winning dish in the kitchen and rates Catherine's culinary skills too.
Ilya Merenzon, CEO of World Chess, shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.
John Spence is feeling smug that he did not need to travel to the Alps like his friends to get some time on the slopes.
With snow and ice causing disruption across parts of the UK, Alex Humphreys has this forecast.
A look back at some of the unexpected funny moments in the history of the BBC's morning news programme.
Ken Bruce has presented a weekday mid-morning show for 31 years.
The controversial influencer has been detained in Romania as part of a human trafficking and rape investigation.
Schools in England and Wales could close as teacher strikes are announced.
Sir Mark Rowley apologises after officer David Carrick admitted dozens of rape and sexual offences.
Romanian officials were seen towing vehicles away from his compound in Bucharest.
Harry rides along police on a motorbike he got from Santa for Christmas.
A student paramedic attended a home birth and a death within the first 24 hours of his placement.
Artist Jon Tordoff made the 100 sq ft (9.2 sq m) structure at his cottage in Milford, Derbyshire.
Ben Amanna, founder and CEO of Boxraw, which sells kit and clothing for boxing, shares his business advice.
John Parnum has been making machines since he was a boy and has a home full of inventions.
Rebecca Martin says that she is desperate for her daughter's murderer, Mark Brown, to say where she is.
Ros Atkins explains how the crisis in the NHS connects to long-term issues within social care.
William and Catherine were on their first public outing since Prince Harry's tell-all book went on sale.
Martin Clark's family rang for an ambulance three times before deciding to drive him to hospital themselves.
The Spice Girl will be performing at Sadler's Wells in London in January.
The Sons of Ivar is a history society that attends public events recreating life from the Viking age.
About 20,000 ambulance staff go on strike for a second time over pay.
Prince Harry's limelight was temporarily taken away, when Tom Hanks received a royal fanfare.
The former health secretary spoke of the "deep offensive" comments from a now-suspended Tory MP.
Prince Harry speaks to Stephen Colbert on the Late Show, on the day his memoir 'Spare' is launched.
Members of the public explain why they are keen to read Spare, as it goes on sale in London.
The government will introduce a bill requiring a minimum level of service during public sector strikes.
Camilla needed to rehabilitate her image and forged press connections, Prince Harry says in a CBS interview.
Prince Harry appears to cast doubt on the official account of his mother Princess Diana's death.
Ros Atkins looks at the issue of how the NHS has been funded.
The Duke of Sussex opens up about his fractured relationship with his brother.
From birth, the royal brother's lives have been closely watched from around the world.
In a trailer for a new ITV interview, the prince is also asked if he will attend his father's coronation.
The footballer mistakenly says he is in South Africa as he is unveiled as Al Nassr's star signing.
The BBC's Sean Dilley meets a volunteer puppy raiser, hoping to help a blind person be independent.
A walrus, which has drawn large crowds since arriving in Scarborough on Saturday, is filmed returning to the sea.
Gary McKee crosses the finish line of his 365th marathon in 2022, raising £1m for charity.
Watch a selection of some of the most momentous stories covered by BBC News this year.
A Merseyside police officer reads Elle Edwards' family statement after the 26-year-old was shot dead on Christmas Eve.
Police have released footage of a suspect's arrest over a pub shooting that killed Elle Edwards.
We ask people to sum up their 2022 in one word and see what they make of the dictionaries' choices.
Jeremy Chopra and Ian Redpath have gained over one million followers and published two bestsellers.
The author says her freedom feels like a dream that may not be coming true for others detained in Iran.
A school in North Lanarkshire is offering free food, hygiene products and clothes to pupils through discreet lockers.
The author tells the tennis star that she was able to watch his 2016 win from solitary confinement.
A passer-by filmed the blaze, which has now been brought under control, on Monday night.
The musician tells Jamie Oliver, who is guest editing R4's Today, how cooking is a space for his neurodiversity.
Anne Wood tells the story of how she created the Teletubbies.
King Charles greets crowds after his first Christmas Day church service as monarch.
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The penguins, named Pringle and Widget, have continued an annual tradition of animal visits.
Russell T Davies says he wants to give fans "a lovely little Christmas present".
The prime minister has been criticised by some Labour MPs after his chat with homeless man goes viral online.
Esther Abrami has worked with The Snowman composer Howard Blake on a new arrangement.
A corner shop in Twickenham has been opening on Christmas Day for 25 years to help fight loneliness.
Former Royal Marine Mark Ormrod MBE completes a 1km open water swim for charity.
Spoiler alert: In the finale, Claudia Winkleman reveals who took home the jackpot of £101,050.
A bumpy year in UK politics has seen Partygate, three prime ministers and a lot of strikes.
Mark Peacock needs a double lung transplant but that has not stopped him creating a winter wonderland.
Heidi's mum was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant just months after dad James was too.
Some people are choosing to hire their Christmas tree to try to reduce waste and help the environment.