Japan's Hitachi is suspending work on the Wylfa Newydd plant in Wales amid concerns over rising costs.
Jeremy Corbyn calls the talks a "stunt" - as 29 January is pencilled in as the date for a vote on any revised plan.
And you don't have to be vegan to follow the "planetary health diet".
Jasmin Paris expressed milk for her 14-month-old daughter during the gruelling Montane Spine Race.
Undercover journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale worked on several reports that were broadcast by the BBC.
The 700kg crocodile named Merry was being kept illegally at a pearl farm in Sulawesi.
A no-deal Brexit would mean anyone planning to drive outside the UK would need an insurance Green Card.
Mark Fellows shot dead crime boss Paul Massey and mob "fixer" John Kinsella in a gang feud.
The abuse victim says she went into "full meltdown" after hearing her name on air, a court hears.
Cricket World Cup organisers are prepared to take legal action against secondary ticketing sites, with some 2019 tickets being offered at 104 times face value.
The LGBT community in Ukraine is often under attack but one volunteer soldier has now gone public about his sexuality.
Ant and Dec will be reunited at auditions for Britain's Got Talent at the London Palladium.
Eloeyse is only 16 and cannot drive but she has already completed her first solo flight.
Lin-Manuel Miranda changed the lyrics during a performance to stop an audience member from filming.
The young people who make a living from taking people for horse rides on Nigeria's beaches.
Harry's owner Maria Parry realised the tree was "really high" after she climbed it to free him.
People with Parkinson's can freeze when they walk but laser shoes are helping them to keep moving.
US college gymnast Katelyn Ohashi's floor routine became a viral hit and has had more than 60 million views in four days.
We spend a day with Joy as he shows us what it's like being 17 in Kampala.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Marie Kondo has turned de-cluttering into an art form - but does it really work?
A school in one of London's poorest boroughs aims to send 41 students to Oxford or Cambridge this year.
An Edinburgh student is urging people to be more mindful when they interact with people with disabilities.
Victims of the siege at the hotel complex include a 9/11 survivor, a YouTuber and two inseparable friends.
As both sides refuse to back down, here are the ways we might still see an end to the shutdown.
Josette Audin spent decades asking French leaders to admit responsibility for her husband's death in Algeria in 1957.
As both the government and households try to reduce their debt levels, car sales across China are declining.
Co-captain Dylan Hartley misses out on England's initial Six Nations squad because of a knee injury.
Serena Williams swats aside Eugenie Bouchard in straight sets to continue her quest for a 24th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.
Novak Djokovic reaches the Australian Open third round with a straight-set win over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
England women will travel to India for three ODIs and three T20 internationals in February and March.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe says a no-deal Brexit looks "less and less unlikely".
Most things you need to know about the DUP and Brexit can be gauged from the party's name, says Jayne McCormack.
It's not just about agreeing a deal - it also has to be turned into law.
Find out how your MP voted on Labour's vote of no confidence in the government.
Theresa May has won a no confidence vote in her government. But with her Brexit plan defeated, what now?
Cancel Brexit, hand the decision to backbenchers or members of the public - or get the Queen involved?
Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide.
Could the UK maintain an open border with Ireland if there is no deal, asks BBC News NI's John Campbell.
A round up of the options Theresa May has in order to proceed with Brexit.
Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron says he backs Theresa May's efforts to secure a Brexit deal with the EU, but insists he does not regret calling the referendum.
Model Judith Heard hopes her story of sexual abuse will prompt other women to tell their stories - and to support one another.
He appeared to lead a typical suburban life - but he was secretly involved in international espionage.
Despite a clampdown on migration through the desert many are still prepared to make the deadly journey.
Jack Shepherd has been on the run for six months - what does an international manhunt involve?
Many at high risk have struggled to get hold of Prep, which can help prevent people from contracting HIV.
House sale expectations for the next three months are at their lowest for two decades, estate agents warn.
The Financial Conduct Authority is paying male staff a fifth more than female staff.
The public is warned of an email-based campaign that uses a fake BBC News article to seek funds.
Advertising watchdog threatens sanctions if retailers don't check whether they are selling real or fake fur.
The inflation measure used to calculate some train fares and loan repayments is flawed, a Lords committee says.
The investigation, reported by US media, adds to pressure facing the Chinese technology giant.
An accounting probe has found thousands of false entries in the firm's ledgers, its owner says.
The bank's new chief executive David Solomon also distances the bank from the deal.
The boss of Procter and Gamble, David S. Taylor, said his and other firms want "an amicable solution between the UK and the EU".
UK inflation fell to 2.1% in December, pushed down by falling fuel prices.
A blind man had complained that he was unable to change toppings or complete his order online.
A US company has produced an ultrasound scanner that plugs into an iPhone and costs $2,000 (£1,555).
Power and speed took centre stage in Detroit as carmakers showed off new additions to their line up.
Gaggan Anand, the executive chef at Bangkok's Michelin-starred restaurant Gaggan, has brought Indian cuisine to new heights.
In four years Lee DeSanges has gone from throwing pizza parties to running his own restaurant.
Employers warn of labour shortages after Brexit because of new rules for low-skilled migrant workers.
A car dashboard that can display directions and points of interest as holograms has been developed.
Founder of ecological shoe brand Allbirds, Joey Zwillinger, says he treats his business partnership like his marriage.
The Confederation of Paper Industries says it is concerned about the potential for delays in a no-deal Brexit.
Sterling has had a volatile couple of years since the UK voted to leave the European Union. Why?
France's luxury retailer Hermes is trying to become a big player in Switzerland's exclusive watch industry.
The Swiss watch industry faced a near-death experience from quartz products. Is the smartwatch a similar threat?
Automakers are relying on the popularity of big, traditional vehicles to fund their electric ambitions.
Stephen Forsey's company is making waves in the spiritual home of Switzerland's watch industry.
People without internet access have fewer life chances than those that do. How can we close the gap?
As he goes out of the Australian Open, the Scot has the power to remain a strong-earning brand.
The Argentine boss who travelled the world to get orders and prevent him from having to make staff redundant.
Swiss watch companies gather for their Geneva show after a difficult couple of years for the industry.
The latest Mary Poppins film has been a hit at the box office but what money lessons can we take from the film franchise?
New rules could help some manufacturers in the world's biggest market for electric cars.
Drones are being used to map previously unmapped areas in Africa to the benefit of its citizens.
Many of the UK's largest shopping chains have reported Christmas sales and it's a very mixed picture.
Is the "robo-taxis" revolution really on its way? Many readers were doubtful, so we address their counter-arguments.
It's hard to know what'll happen in the end, but that doesn't mean we can't give a few answers now.
As the boycott of Qatar by four of its neighbours enters a third calendar year, what is its continuing impact?
The UN wants a better system for recognising the qualifications and work skills of migrants.
Self-care apps aim to reduce anxiety and stress and improve our sleep patterns. But do they work?
Therese Tucker, the founder of technology firm BlackLine, wasn't going to let any sexism hold her back.
The controversial three-year-old Silicon Valley start-up sells e-cigarettes and is now valued at more than $38bn (£30bn).
As thousands of people prepare to organise their 2019 summer holidays, Newsbeat has some tips on where and how to book.
Data - how it is created, stored, analysed and applied - will be a key theme in 2019, experts think.
Brexit uncertainty makes it tough to predict UK house prices in 2019 - but we asked some experts to have a go.
The pages campaigned for months creating and sharing stories that were fake, said Facebook.
The UK's intelligence services say there are too few young women working in cyber-security.
Roku bans Alex Jones after initially defending its decision to stream the conspiracy theorist's channel.
Trainers which tighten or loosen automatically are Nike's latest nod to Back to the Future technology.
Microsoft-owned Forza removes dances as Fortnite faces fresh legal action over dance moves.
On the Rocks, starring Bill Murray, will be the tech giant's first venture into feature film-making.
Australian authorities complain that Google Maps wrongly makes remote destinations seem inaccessible.
A woman took her campaign to MPs after a man took pictures of her at a gig in London's Hyde Park.
The fee will add about 45p to the average London journey, the ride-hailing firm says.
The 74-year-old says China has never asked it to share "improper information" about its clients.
A man took a photo of a lidar sensor system on display at a tech fair and found pink dots on all his photos afterwards.
US proposals for relaxing drone laws are in stark contrast to the UK, which plans to tighten rules.
A pair of shoes that allows owners to walk about in virtual reality worlds proves exhausting to use.
A scooter firm has apologised after issuing a journalist with legal threats over an article about its scooters.
Music streaming service Tidal's data is under investigation in Norway over claims some of its listener numbers were inflated.
Two Netflix productions used stock images of the Lac-Megantic rail disaster in a fictional context.
A university is switching off its social media channels to promote a healthier online culture.
A global online game was blamed for numerous suicides. But it isn't quite what it seems.
The biggest show in tech is nearing its close - but how did attendees react this year?
The RaceFit suit uses sensors to track and analyse your movements as you exercise.
The South Korean firm is demoing its latest TV display technologies at the CES tech expo.
Adding a fake email address to your account could alert you if a bot has access to your account.
Marc Cieslak looks ahead to some of the video games that will be making news in 2019.
The latest version of the game has a new VR mode for more realistic aerial acrobatics.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek goes into sub-zero temperatures to test a wristband that can warm you up.
BBC Sport NFL pundits Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell discuss what impressed them the most in the 2018 NFL season.
Eight-time winner David Weir will compete in the London Marathon wheelchair race for the 20th consecutive year in April.
British distance runner Jo Pavey is targeting a record-equalling sixth Olympic Games next year, when she will be 46.
BBC executive Tim Davie becomes the second person to turn down the chance to be the new head of the Premier League.
Relive Derby's win on penalties over Southampton in 60 seconds, including VAR controversy, great goals and a bouncing Frank Lampard.
Derby come from two goals down before beating Southampton 5-3 on penalties in a thrilling FA Cup third-round replay.
Richard Keogh scores the decisive penalty as Derby reach round four of the FA Cup by beating Southampton 5-3 in a shootout.
Watch the best shots from three-time Masters champion Mark Selby's 6-2 win over Stephen Maguire as he progresses to the quarter-finals.
When Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa held a news conference, nobody expected a full PowerPoint presentation.
An unexplained 'whistle' noise interrupts Judd Trump's first-round match against Kyren Wilson, with commentator John Virgo suggesting the kettle might have boiled.
Martyn Waghorn equalises for Derby County as they come back from 2-0 down in their FA Cup third-round replay against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.
Southampton take the lead against Derby County in their FA Cup third-round replay as Stuart Armstrong reacts quickest to head home after Shane Long's effort is saved.
Match of the Day pundits discuss the VAR decision to disallow a Derby goal against Southampton in the FA Cup third-round replay.
In his latest column, former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer looks at the brilliance of five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.
The relatively unknown Santiago Solari has been placed in charge of Real Madrid - but he is not likely to be in the role for long, writes Andy West.
Who do you think should be in the England side for the first Test against Sri Lanka? Choose your XI and share it with your friends.
Painstaking research, virtual reality and holding the tackle bags in training... an insight into how a top rugby analyst operates.
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is revered in Leicester as the man who presided over one of sport's great triumphs - but who was the billionaire Thai businessman?
This week's sport on the BBC includes the Premier League, Australian Open and Masters snooker, plus much more.
How a friendly chat on the sidelines opened the door for North and South Korea to start talking.
After Lewis Hamilton won his fifth world title on Sunday, BBC Sport is asking you just who is the greatest F1 driver ever?
A selection of the most striking sports photographs from around the world this week.
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