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New trust chief's climate challenge

National Trust Wales chair Linda Tomos's climate challenge

By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales Environment Correspondent 23 June 2016 From the section Wales Image copyright Matt Cardy/ Image caption A fresco by artist Thomas Wallace-Hay at the National Trust's Dyffryn House in the Vale of ... BBC, 6 days ago

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BBC Trust Rejects Appeals on Willcox Jewish Hands Complaints

Eighteen months after the original broadcast, the BBC Trust's Editorial Standards Committee has now published its findings concerning complaints about remarks made by Tim Willcox during a broadcast from Paris after the terror attacks at the office ...
 Camera5 days ago BBC to undergo major overhaul as Tories seek more control  Prokerala1 month ago

Cameron was told migration target impossible in EU - Hilton - BBC News 21-06-2016

Media caption Steve Hilton: "Making promises that clearly can't be kept is not a good way to build trust in politics" Civil servants told David Cameron in 2012 that it was "impossible" for the government to meet its flagship immigration pledge, the ...
 EU Business1 week ago EU referendum: Cameron 'told migration target was impossible' - BBC News 21-06-2016  EU Business1 week ago EU referendum: Cameron 'was told migration target was impossible' - BBC News 21-06-2016  EU Business1 week ago EU referendum: Cameron was told migration target was impossible  Sokolako1 week ago

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The has used savings generated since 2010 to invest in new digital and television services, and has successfully reduced its expenditure at a lower cost than expected, according to todays' report from the National Audit Office. There is, however, ...
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#YouthMonth: Behind the camera with BBC's Babita Sharma

Babita Sharma is the main presenter of Newsday, BBC World News' daily news programme presented live from Singapore and London. If you'd like to follow in her footsteps, you're in luck as she offers insight into the challenging, chaotic, but ...
 Biz Community2 hours ago BBC Scotland to axe Scotland 2016 as part of new look news operation  Edinburgh Evening News1 week ago BBC News merger 'needless act of self-harm' says former chief  Equities.com1 week ago Martine Croxall: journalist and BBC News broadcaster week ago

Gordon Corera: CIA taps huge potential of digital technology

CIA taps huge potential of digital technology By Gordon Corera Security correspondent, BBC News 29 June 2016 From the section US & Canada Image copyright SAUL LOEB Image caption Technology is revolutionising the work of the CIA At CIA headquarters ...
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Corbyn says he won't resign after losing trust vote

Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said he won't resign despite a vote of no confidence from his party's MPs. Corbyn said on Tuesday the vote has no constitutional legitimacy. He said he will not "betray" his supporters by resigning. ...
 Gulf Daily News20 hours ago BBC: Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight for leadership and reshape cabinet  Focus Bulgaria2 days ago Shadow cabinet: Who's in and out  BBC18 hours ago Corbyn says he won't resign  Gulf Daily News20 hours ago

Mary Harper: Could Eritrea come in from the cold?

Could pariah state Eritrea come in from the cold? By Mary Harper Africa editor, BBC World Service News 28 June 2016 From the section Africa Image copyright Mary Harper Image caption The Eritrean capital Asmara "The North Korea of Africa", "A giant ...
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BBC reporter in 'utter shock' after being targeted by post-Brexit racist abuse

A high profile BBC reporter has become the latest target of racist abuse after a string of anti-immigrant xenophobia was reported to police following Friday's EU referendum result.Sima Kotecha, a BBC One and Radio 4 journalist, said she was in ...
 MSN UK1 day ago BBC's Sima Kotecha Reveals Post-Brexit Racist Abuse In Her Home Town  Huffington Post UK1 day ago Reporter 'in shock' after racist abuse  MSN UK1 day ago

Worcestershire Royal Hospital believes it has 'busiest day ever'

By Michele Paduano BBC Midlands health correspondent 28 June 2016 From the section Hereford & Worcester Image caption Worcestershire Royal Hospital's A&E says it has seen a 20% rise in people arriving in ambulances Worcestershire Royal Hospital has ...
 BBC1 day ago Hospital experiences 'busiest day ever'  BBC1 day ago
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