European Council president says "anything is possible" before 12 April - including a much longer delay.
A convicted IRA bomber has named four men during inquests into the deaths of 21 victims in 1974.
The US secretary of state suggested divine intervention delivered Trump for the salvation of Israel.
Police say the 21-year-old student, whose body was found in the Humber estuary, may have been killed.
Should personal care products marketed to women cost more? And is there actually any difference?
Two men found dead on train tracks in east London suffered serious electrical burns, police say.
The dad of the ex-England winger jailed for child sex offences says it is good to have him home.
A court hears Chris Davies MP is the "author of his own misfortune" as he admits two charges.
The chains tell the UK competition watchdog they would sell up to 150 supermarkets to be able to merge.
The Queen and Prince of Wales are among those to respond as ministers pledge to match more donations.
Charlotte Howard read a note from a homeless man asking for work and decided to help.
Josh Coles, from Devon, was at a fair in Somerset when he was filmed swallowing the live goldfish.
The cub was found abandoned in 2016 and lives on a decommissioned Russian airbase.
Co-creator of the Guilty Feminist podcast gives us her take on feminism.
Three images of Jupiter are combined to make a striking new image of the planet and its famous spot.
Dog-loving Harvey Hawkins finds comfort in the funny films people are sending him of their pets.
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world during the past seven days?
Bands from around the world are celebrating 50 years of heavy metal at the inaugural World Metal Congress in London.
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Questions have been asked about whether all the 3m signatures on the petition are genuine.
A look at how much the UK government spends on benefits reveals big changes over time.
What are the ramifications of the US endorsing Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights?
A petition to revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU has been signed by millions.
Lupita Nyong'o says it was "exhausting" playing two different versions of the same character.
A student house is challenged to live in a more environmentally-friendly way. How did they get on?
What's the history behind the controversial policy and what have 2020 presidential contenders said?
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have died, but in amongst the conflict there is one place that’s prospering – the city of Marib.
After failing twice to get her Brexit deal through Parliament, Theresa May has now secured a delay to Brexit.
As the real-life US political drama nears its finale, here's a reminder of the saga's main characters.
New technologies are helping track the provenance of food throughout the supply chain.
Birmingham City are deducted nine points by the EFL for breaching profitability and sustainability rules.
Former world cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew opens up on retirement and clears up any doubts about the current heavyweight hierarchy.
World Rugby calls on the Six Nations unions to consider the good of the global game and back plans for a new Nations Championship.
Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan says he is "still fighting and punching" as he reaches the Tour Championship final.
Former Newcastle striker and coach Peter Beardsley is charged by the Football Association with three counts of using racist language.
Kazakhstan's Elizabet Tursynbaeva lands the first ever quadruple Salchow in women's competition on her way to winning silver in the free skate at the World Championships in Japan.
It is said to be biggest university admissions scam in US history. How did it all unfold?
Few landing strips in the Amazon have been registered, so pilots have to file fake flight plans - making it hard to find them if they go missing.
The struggling department store chain is trying to fend off overtures from Sports Direct's Mike Ashley.
From peanuts in your pesto to mislabelled fish, food fraudsters are now in the spotlight.
Train times will be recorded to the minute at every stop in an attempt to improve train punctuality.
The travel firm is cutting more than 300 roles as it closes 21 stores across the country.
The airline has asked to cancel an order for 49 jets after the plane was involved in two fatal crashes.
The firm's public stock offering is expected in the coming months and may be one of the biggest in 2019.
Business trade groups across Europe warn the European Commission about its own Brexit planning, Newsnight learns.
The art galleries group joins the National Portrait Gallery in turning down money due to opioid links.
Developers working for Facebook logged the passwords in plain text as they wrote code for the site.
The blue jeans firm re-lists on Wall Street as it prepares for expansion and a revival in denim's popularity.
Banks say scam merchants are shifting their attention to conning members of the public directly.
Bank of England says the outlook will depend "significantly on the nature and timing of EU withdrawal".
Giraffe and Ed's Easy Diner will close 27 of their 87 restaurants in a restructuring plan.
The theft-risk report from insurer-funded Thatcham Research looks at keyless entry cars.
KFC's UK and Ireland managing director Paula MacKenzie talks about the day the chicken chain ran out of chicken.
The battle for crispy, deep-fried chicken is on. There is a new kid in town and it is not American.
Levi Strauss boss Chip Bergh talks women's jeans with the BBC's Michelle Fleury.
The push for cleaner air will mean more electric vehicles that are driverless and shared, according to experts.
New York could follow London by introducing a congestion charge, but will it benefit everyone?
"Don't run before you can walk," says tech firm adviser Manish Madhvani - first build your brand.
See how people react when you tell them how long they're going to live.
Paris is top in a list of the world's most expensive cities, alongside Hong Kong and Singapore.
What are tariffs and how do they work?
Kenya's Lake Victoria fishermen are struggling to compete with cheap Chinese fish imports.
Corruption is the "number one problem" in Ukraine, MP Sergey Leshchenko tells the BBC's Ed Butler.
The UK's richest man, and now owner of a cycling team, has built a multi-billion pound business by buying unloved assets.
As Venezuela staggers under political and economic crises, its citizens are embracing digital money.
When Robin Hutson failed his school exams he went into the hotel industry instead, and made his fortune.
Hiltrud Werner is the only woman on the board of the troubled German car giant.
How AI is helping to come up with new weird and wonderful spice combinations.
The race is on for investigators to find answers about what happened to the Boeing 737 Max-8 plane.
Countries and airlines around the world have grounded Boeing 737 Max flights over safety concerns.
Classic car sales have slowed sharply, as President Trump ponders tariffs and Brexit hits confidence.
Product loyalty is not solely based on value, quality or choice but also on personal attachment, studies suggest.
Employers can make unconscious - and unfair - judgements about interviewees within a few seconds.
In a big week for Brexit small business owners share how they're preparing for the possibility of no deal.
How tech firm Twilio was able to survive the global financial crisis and grow into a $14bn business.
From your weekly shop to your holiday plans, how could a no-deal Brexit affect you?
The Ethiopian Airlines tragedy is the second fatal crash involving the new type of Boeing aircraft.
A potato-farming couple are hoping to sell their vodka to overseas markets like the US and Middle East.
Software designed to prevent cyber-attacks had a bug that could have let hackers get at machines.
Facebook says concerns raised about data-scraping were not related to the previously reported scandal.
The self-driving shuttle will be available to workers at a large site in Brooklyn.
Data is being shared with companies, including Amazon and Google, a study of popular apps finds.
The boss of mobile operator Three said he was confident the Chinese firm was not a threat to customers.
Edited clips were continually uploaded to help defeat automatic detection systems, says Facebook
The gang behind the net TV services offered access to hundreds of channels in 30 countries.
Artificial intelligence used in the justice and financial systems is to be investigated.
The updated flagship headset has sharper displays but still needs to be tethered to a PC to work.
Four men allegedly filmed 1,600 guests in 30 South Korean hotels and sold the footage online.
A call to revoke Article 50 generates the fastest ever rate of signatures on Parliament's website.
The new earphones also have longer battery life and a chip that can better maintain a wireless connection.
Psychiatrists raise concerns as the BBC finds children are swapping extreme images of weight loss.
The woman, whose children performed on the Fantastic Adventures channel, denies charges of child abuse.
The social media giant bans targeting ads for jobs, accommodation or credit on the basis of gender, age or postcode.
Advertising body criticises a Black Friday promotion for iPhones, following complaints from the public.
Rival companies' price comparison results will be displayed more prominently thanks to the changes.
Ministers call for payments companies to block essay writing firms, in a bid to beat university cheats.
The Norwegian firm, which employs 35,000 people worldwide, has switched to manual controls at some plants.
The trackers, used to monitor user behaviour online, were found on thousands of official web pages.
A Republican congressman said the platform didn't crack down on "defamatory" tweets.
US financial regulator has called for sanctions after Mr Musk tweeted without seeking Tesla's approval.
Executives promise to examine a Snapchat feature which has been criticised as potentially addictive.
The group could not prove that everybody who received its promotional message had consented.
Facebook says 4,000 people viewed the original attack video and fewer than 200 watched it live.
The social network has apologised for losing the data during a server migration.
The firm had more orders per week, but their average size was slightly lower.
OneWeb secures new funding enabling it to speed up plans for a global high-speed broadband network.
The home secretary says firms "must do more" after the New Zealand attack was shown live on Facebook.
Payment processor WorldPay, once part of RBS bank, is sold to Fidelity National Information Services.
Why was a video of the shootings shared on social media and what can be done about the wider threat?
Two trains collide during a new signal system trial, threatening travel disruption for millions.
Flocks of airborne robots are being developed, able to collaborate and overwhelm enemy defences.
The new mass-market electric vehicle has a base price of $39,000 and a 230-mile range.
The BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones goes hands-on with the new phones in Samsung's Galaxy range.
The British Basketball League is testing a new way of filming games that picks the action using AI.
Robot waiters and chefs form the future of hotpot chain Haidilao.
The software allows people to chat and share images, videos and 3D models in augmented reality.
The law would halt sales until vaping's health effects are fully evaluated by US regulators.
The Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games are set to revolutionise the way spectators experience sporting events - by introducing robots
George the Poet says social media propelled his career and made poetry more accessible.
Does it matter if we hurt a robot? And should we have rules to make sure they don't hurt us?
Extended drone no-fly zones have come into force around airports, but the technology isn't all bad.
Quantum sensing could let us see what's underground, detect diseases earlier, even track a submarine.
Gaby Eirew has made it her mission to help parents leave precious video memories for children, in case they die young.
The album Mezzanine by Massive Attack has been stored using genetic information for the first time.
Marc Cieslak looks at the new survival video game Days Gone which is released on 26 April 2019.
BBC Click’s Paul Carter looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
A mixed reality fashion show including computer animated skulls, tigers and lightning has taken place.
BBC Click's Omar Mehtab looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
One woman who has overcome anorexia says Instagram didn't cause her eating disorder, but it made it worse.
Developers hope driverless technology could be used in public transport within five years.
Fitted with sensors to monitor head trauma the device feeds real-time data to nearby medical staff.
BBC Click’s Lara Lewington looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.
British number one Kyle Edmund cruises into the third round of the Miami Open with a straightforward victory over Ilya Ivashka.
Thirteen teams are still in real danger of going down from League One with eight games left. But how has it got so close?
England last beat the Czech Republic in November 1998 and we are asking you to name the Three Lions players from that game.
Molly McCann, the first English woman to win in the UFC, says she can be its "poster girl" in Europe and wants to headline an arena.
Burnley and Republic of Ireland striker Jonathan Walters announces his retirement from football because of an Achilles injury.
Round six of a dramatic 2018-19 Formula E season heads to the China coast and you can follow live coverage across the BBC.
Mariah Bell is cleared of attempting to deliberately injure figure skating rival Lim Eun-soo during the World Championships.
Southend United footballer Ben Coker battles to recover from a serious knee injury, but the team's slide down the League One table puts his hopes of another contract in doubt.
China's Olympic silver medallists Sui Wenjing and Han Cong win pairs free skate gold with a "stunning" routine at the World Championships in Japan.
Championship-bound referee Jarred Gillett wears a microphone during his final A-League match, offering a revealing insight into the on-pitch conversations between officials and players.
Watch short highlights as Sam Bird wins on the streets of Hong Kong but is given a penalty for a collision with Andre Lotterer, handing the win to Edoardo Mortara.
Scotland strikers Oliver Burke and Marc McNulty have enjoyed impressive starts to 2019. Will they get the chance to carry that form into the national team in Kazakhstan?
England defender Danny Rose says the negative media coverage Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling received was "bang out of order".
The Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry nails an incredible three-quarter court buzzer-beater at the end of the first quarter of his team's 105-111 defeat by San Antonio Spurs.
Hull Kingston Rovers' Joel Tomkins scores a stunning try, dummying his brother Sam in the process, during their 16-18 defeat at home to Catalans Dragons.
Watch six great tries, one from from each side, from the 2019 Six Nations including efforts from Josh Adams, Jacob Stockdale, Sam Johnson and Manu Tuilagi.
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 Euro 2020 qualifying, the Sanya E-Prix, the 2019 Gymnastics World Cup 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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