Yusuf Mahmud Nazir, five, was not admitted to hospital despite his uncle "begging" for help.
It comes after a scathing report found the London brigade was "institutionally misogynist and racist".
Former Scotland international Doddie Weir dies at the age of 52 after a battle with motor neurone disease.
The man whose wife and children died after a flat fire says they were set to join him in the US.
With more strikes across the UK, is it time to bring out that Shakespeare quote again, asks Laura Kuenssberg?
Kylian Mbappe scores twice for France as the defending champions lay down a marker by beating Denmark and becoming the first team to reach the World Cup knockout stage.
Passengers are hit by further disruptions with 11 rail companies being affected by the dispute.
A torrent of mud and debris dislodged trees, engulfed buildings and dragged cars into the sea.
Health officials advise vaccines and antibiotics are offered to migrants at their new accommodation.
Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Serbia's football association after its team hung a controversial flag depicting Kosovo in their dressing room.
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It is the first bison calf to be born in the UK wild in thousands of years.
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The energy bill support package will continue after April, but will be less generous.
Pies and burgers have been slashed from the menu at a Colchester restaurant due to staff shortages and soaring food prices.
The Stop Loan Sharks agency is warning against illegal lenders as families struggle with price rises.
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Emlyn Mousley hopes his simple idea will help families struggling with rising food prices.
As energy bills rise and temperatures fall, there are extra payments available.
Egyptologists are still learning about his life and treasures a century after his tomb was opened.
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With no power or running water, the few remaining residents of Avdiivka have been urged to leave.
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An Indian company has developed a cheap, non-invasive test for breast cancer that uses thermal imaging and AI.
More national rail strikes have been announced by the Aslef union.
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken in the past seven days.
Police vehicles guard British-based journalists facing death threats for reporting on protests in Iran.
Olena Zelenska tells the BBC's Lyse Doucet cold and blackouts are not the worst things Ukraine has faced.
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Watch highlights as Kylian Mbappe scores twice to give France a 2-1 victory against Denmark which makes them the first team to reach the knockout stage at the World Cup.
The position of Wales head coach Wayne Pivac is hanging by a thread after his side throw away victory against Australia.
Watch highlights as a Robert Lewandowski goal and Wojciech Szczesny penalty save help Poland beat Saudi Arabia 2-0 in Group C at the World Cup.
Former Wales captain Ashley Williams explains why Wales can still end their World Cup on a high when they face England on Tuesday.
Robert Lewandowski scores his first World Cup goal as Poland earn a crucial victory over Saudi Arabia that leaves Group C wide open.
Former England captain Alan Shearer says the Three Lions need to freshen things up against Wales in Tuesday's final game of the group stage at the 2022 World Cup
As Argentina look to bounce back from Tuesday's shock defeat by Saudi Arabia, BBC Sport takes a closer at manager Lionel Scaloni.
Cristiano Ronaldo is called a "total genius" by Fifa for winning Portugal's penalty in their opening World Cup victory over Ghana.
Fans in Saudi Arabia have been unable to watch all of the World Cup after a streaming service was blocked by the country's government.
For Cai Emlyn Davies, following Wales is as much about the music as the football.
BBC Sport looks at what England and Wales need to do to qualify for the last 16 at the World Cup in Qatar.
As Wales head towards a first-round exit at the World Cup, key players Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are struggling to produce game-changing performances.
The atmosphere was muted after fans took the day off work for what turned into a frustrating game.
BBC Sport's Phil McNulty reflects on England's laboured 0-0 draw with the United States in the World Cup.
FA chief executive Mark Bullingham says Fifa threatened "unlimited" sanctions against players who wore the OneLove armband during matches at the World Cup in Qatar.
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1. How to navigate the autumn statement. Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his autumn statement on Thursday, outlining around £55bn worth of tax hikes and spending cuts. Here are some of the key announcements: READ MORE >>
2. Bank governor blames Brexit. The governor of the Bank of England said that Britain is suffering worse economic performance than its rivals because of Brexit and a dramatic fall in the size of the workforce since the Covid pandemic. Asked whether Britain leaving the European Union was contributing to the country’s underperformance, Andrew Bailey said that “there is an effect,” including a “long-run downshift” in productivity. He added that Liz Truss’s mini-budget had “damaged our reputation internationally because of what happened”. The Times
3. Record fall in living standards. Britain is facing the highest level of taxation since the Second World War and a record fall in living standards after Jeremy Hunt’s autumn statement. The chancellor “chose to target middle-income and wealthier households in an attempt to balance the books,” said The Times, while The Telegraph felt that “it’s hard to spot the difference between the Tories and Labour now”. The Daily Mail’s Sarah Vine said “there was me thinking we’d voted in the Conservatives” but the Daily Express hailed “victory” in its campaign to secure a 10.1% state pension increase. Editor
4. Benefits claims still double pre-Covid levels. Some parts of Britain still have double the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits than before the Covid crisis, ONS data has revealed. The London constituencies of Brent North and East Ham both had twice as many claimants last month than before the pandemic. The figures also revealed Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's seat of South West Surrey had 1,190 claimants in October - a 95 per cent increase since March 2020. And Surrey Heath, the constituency represented by Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Secretary Michael Gove, had 1,395 claimants last month - a 92 per cent increase since the start of the Covid crisis. The Daily Mail
5. World Cup workers paid 35p an hour. Migrant workers working as security guards in the park that will host Qatar’s World Cup festivities are being paid as little as 35p an hour, according to reports. The guards claim they work 12-hour shifts and get just one day off a month. The tournament starts this weekend amid widespread international criticism of the host nation’s record on migrant workers and LGBTQ+ rights. The controversy could “kill” the brand of David Beckham, who is the face of the tournament. The Guardian
6. Poor ergonomics linked to back pain. Remote working has led to back pain and neck problems, with tens of thousands reporting as long-term sick. Poor ergonomics are partially responsible for labour shortages in the UK, the Office for National Statistics said. ONS found the number of people being unfit for work because of neck and back injuries has risen by 62,000 between Quarter 2 in 2019 and 2022. Long-term sickness among those aged 25 to 34 had jumped by 42%. Figures also showed that around 454,000 people were affected by mental health disorders. A partial return to the office has led to improvement in health problems, an ONS statistician added. Sky News
7. Historic fund agreed at Cop27. Applause broke out at Cop27 in Egypt as almost 200 countries agreed a landmark deal to launch a fund to help nations worst affected by climate change. The historic fund was approved just before dawn after negotiations continued throughout the night. The United Nations summit has brought what was a “taboo issue” into the mainstream, with even the US, a long-time obstacle, “accepting the need for such a pot of money”. Sky News
8. Labour will abolish House of Lords. Keir Starmer will abolish the House of Lords and replace it with a new elected chamber. The party leader believes that the public’s faith in the political system had been undermined by successive Tory leaders handing peerages to “lackeys and donors”. He has told Labour peers that there is strong support for reform of the Lords and outlined “some very clear principles”, including that any new chamber should be elected by voters rather than appointed by politicians. The Observer
9. Train cancellations at record high. Rail cancellations have reached their highest level on record, according to the latest analysis. More than 314,000 trains were fully or partly cancelled across Great Britain in a year and the proportion of cancelled services has more than doubled since 2015, rising to one in 26 of all train journeys being disrupted in the year to 15 October. Labour said ministers are rewarding “abject failure” by offering performance bonuses despite poor data. The Guardian
10. The bottom line. According to the UN, the estimated global population reached eight billion last week and each day McDonald’s feeds almost 1% of the entire world’s population. That’s 80 million every day, more than the entire population of the UK. Editor
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The UK and France sign an agreement to try to stop people crossing the English Channel in small boats.
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A two-minute silence across the UK at 11:00 GMT honoured servicemen and women lost in past conflicts.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt tells the BBC how taxes will rise as he prepares for Thursday's Autumn Statement
The bells of the Elizabeth Tower will return to regular service on Remembrance Sunday.
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This year's commemorations involved the recently restored Big Ben striking 11 times.
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Albert Butler, 38, received a suspended prison sentence for impeding the ambulance.
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The singer says his mum was in hospital during the pandemic, and he thought she was going to die.
Rishi Sunak clashes with Sir Keir Starmer at PMQs over Sir Gavin Williamson's resignation.
A protester in York has been arrested after several eggs were thrown at the King and Queen Consort.
Kitty Baxter was evacuated on the first day of the war.
Sarah Barry, whose son Jack was stabbed to death, says she never knew he also carried a knife.
The former PM is asked whether he was worried when PM Rishi Sunak initially said he wouldn't be attending the summit.
A North Yorkshire family have turned their house into a cat rescue centre.
The prince, also joined by Declan Rice, is aiming to highlight the importance of supporting mental wellbeing.
Police officers and firefighters were targeted across the UK during Bonfire Night celebrations.
In a keynote speech, Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey says the Tories are scared they'd lose a general election.
Oliver Dowden is asked what No 10 knew about Gavin Williamson's expletive-laden texts before he got a new job.
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The Labour leader calls on the PM to "get a grip" and a "proper home secretary".
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Ernest Marke was attacked by a white mob in Liverpool.
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Rishi Sunak is told he is needs to "try harder" over plans to give pay rises to hospital staff.
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The 28-year-old rapper wins this year's award for best British or Irish album of the last 12 months.
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