Pound hits record low after tax cut plans - Sterling plunges to $1.03 as global markets react to the UK's biggest tax cuts in 50 years.       Giorgia Meloni: Italy's far right on course to win election - Giorgia Meloni is set to lead a right-wing coalition as Italy's first female PM, provisional results show.       People smuggler: I get clients to sign a waiver - A people smuggler lifts the lid on his trade to BBC Panorama's Jane Corbin.       Labour rival Tories with industry plan for economic growth - The shadow chancellor will pledge to boost UK industry by investing in green energy and technology.       Rihanna to headline Super Bowl half-time show - The nine-time Grammy winner will headline February's event in Arizona, the NFL has announced.       Chris Davidson: Former pro-surfer dies after punch outside Australian pub - Chris Davidson has been remembered as "one of the most naturally talented surfers" Australia has seen.       Starmer accused of acting like monarch in vote row - Ex-shadow chancellor John McDonnell criticises Labour's leader in a rift over electoral reform.       Hundreds recalled over shoulder op concerns at Walsall hospital - Some patients have lost the full use of their arm after surgery at Walsall Manor Hospital.       Hounslow hit and run: Man arrested at Heathrow Airport - A 20-year-old man is detained at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of attempted murder.       Aldi boss: Shoppers are 'switching in their droves' - The discounter gains 1.5 million new customers in 12 weeks, says UK chief executive Giles Hurley.       NHS Scotland strikes are last resort, says union leader - Unite general secretary Sharon Graham warned that NHS union members are prepared to strike.       The Papers: 'Tax wars' over mini-budget, and 'Tory jitters' - Politicians and celebrities react to last week's mini-budget, which continues to dominate the papers.       Canadian family travel world before children go blind - A Montreal family goes on a global sightseeing tour after three of the children are diagnosed with a genetic condition.       Covid: The Chinese artist filming PCR tests inside his mouth - Siyuan Zhuji has compiled close-up footage of himself taking dozens of tests.       'Africa's Titanic': Remembering Senegal's Joola tragedy - The capsizing of the Joola, a government-owned Senegalese ferry, took more lives than the infamous Titanic.       Hugh Grant and his wife donate £10k to plumbing cause - The project's founder called the actor a "rock" after he contributed £55,000 over the past year.       Edendork Hall: ‘It’s like stepping back in time to showband era' - A unique dance hall in County Tyrone from Ireland's showband era is to be demolished.       The Mumbai B-boy taking India to the breakdance world championship - Eshwar Tiwari began breaking 10 years ago for fun. He'll soon represent India at a world tournament.       ‘We demand wages for housework’ - In the 1970s, an international campaign demanded that governments recognise the value of unpaid work done in the home, primarily by women.       Giorgia Meloni: Far-right leader poised to run Italy - Giorgia Meloni aims to be Italy's first female PM and vehemently rejects any link to fascism.       How King Charles helped save British farmhouse cheese - The new king helped drive a renaissance in British cheesemaking when the industry was in crisis 30 years ago.       Peaky Blinders dance show: 'Anyone who likes Strictly can love this' - The TV hit has spawned a dance show, which creator Steven Knight hopes will attract new audiences.       Mexico's missing students: Where are the key players now? - Eight years after 43 students vanished in Guerrero state, Mexicans are still demanding answers.       Shinzo Abe: Why a state funeral for slain ex-PM is controversial - Opposition to the funeral has been growing in recent weeks, with thousands of Japanese marching against it.       Japan's push into 'deep tech' innovation - Japanese start-up firms are developing next-generation solar panels and microchips.       CIA museum: Inside the world's most top secret museum - It's filled with artefacts that have shaped history - but its doors are firmly shut to the public.       Swapping Hong Kong for Crewe: 'We won't go back' - The BBC has followed families who have moved from Hong Kong to the UK, to see if life is everything they hoped for.       Qatar World Cup: Accommodation worries for football fans - Organisers of the football tournament are facing criticism over a lack of affordable accommodation.       Did misinformation fan the flames in Leicester? - Unpicking the web of misinformation around the Leicester disorder.       Nations League: Wales relegated after losing to Poland in Cardiff - Wales are relegated from the top tier of the Nations League after they are beaten at home by Poland.       England in Pakistan: Hosts win absorbing match by three runs to level T20 series at 2-2 - Pakistan beat England by three runs in a thrilling Twenty20 match to level their seven-match series at 2-2.       NFL week three: Aaron Rodgers beats Tom Brady and Dolphins go 3-0 - Another Tom Brady comeback comes up just short as he loses to fellow NFL legend Aaron Rodgers.       Liverpool 0-3 Everton: Blues spoil rivals' Anfield WSL return - Everton ruin Merseyside rivals Liverpool's day at Anfield and pick up their first win of the Women's Super League season.       WSL: Liverpool 0-3 Everton highlights - Watch highlights as Everton cruise to a 3-0 victory in the Merseyside derby on Liverpool's return to Anfield in the Women's Super League.       The 'generational talent' heading for the top - where next for Bellingham? - As England's Jude Bellingham prepares to face the country where he has become a star, Germany, how good can the "generational talent" become?       Queen Elizabeth II statue in Trafalgar Square gets MPs' support - Calls for Her Majesty to be honoured on the Fourth Plinth are met with support in the Commons.       Certain moments catch you out, says William on grief - The Prince and Princess of Wales make their first public appearance since the Queen's funeral.       This was history - solemn, spectacular and intense - An era was ending right before our eyes, writes Sean Coughlan, who was inside Westminster Abbey.       Jewellery, a piper and a pony - personal moments at funeral - The Queen's funeral was steeped in tradition, but there were some personal touches too.       No-one forgets meeting the Queen - her tributes show that - People have shared messages of condolence with the BBC. They show many felt a personal connection to her.       Who was at the Queen's funeral service - and who was not? - Here's what we know so far about who did and did not attend this historic event.
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