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Gone Girl actress Lisa Banes dies aged 65
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Several brands pull advertising from GB News
A number of major companies say they are pausing adverts as they review the news channel's content.
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10:26
PM condemns 'disgraceful hounding' of journalist
A clip shared on social media shows Newsnight's Nick Watt being harassed by anti-lockdown protesters.
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9:23
Gone Girl actress Lisa Banes dies aged 65
The movie and TV star died after being involved in a scooter collision 10 days ago in New York.
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7:11
Ex-BBC boss: I was wrong not to sack Bashir
Former director general Tony Hall says of Martin Bashir: "We trusted him, and we... shouldn't have."
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6:17
'We are riding waves of hope and despair'
By Kate Scotter and Phil Shepka
BBC News, East
Theatres, music venues and nightclubs are among those to be affected by the delayed unlocking.
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4:00
Web founder to auction source code as NFT
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the web, is auctioning off a digital certificate for his code.
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3:59
Book firm donates to help shop destroyed in Gaza
The bookshop was one of the best known in the territory and had been in business for 21 years.
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3:59
Why Batman sex scene idea was binned
The creators of the adult animated spin-off series Harley Quinn say TV bosses vetoed their fun.
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3:28
Miranda sorry for lack of Afro-Latinos in new film
In The Heights creator Lin-Manuel Miranda says his film "fell short" in the diversity of its cast.
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3:14
Festivals 2021: Which ones are still going ahead?
By Mark Savage
BBC music reporter
After the easing of lockdown restrictions was delayed in England, music festivals announce their plans.
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2:15
Maisie Peters: Meet the singer snapped up by Ed Sheeran
By Mark Savage
BBC music reporter
Get to know the 21-year-old whose debut album will be coming out on Ed Sheeran's record label.
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0:27
Reopening delay a hammer blow - live event sector
England's entertainment industry appeals for government support to cope with the "devastating" delay.
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23:28 14 Jun
E3 2021: Forza Horizon 5 - is bigger also better?
By Steffan Powell
Newsbeat gaming reporter
Newsbeat sits down to talk about the next Forza Horizon game with one of the brains behind it.
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22:23 14 Jun
The teacher brightening up a town with street art
By John Bray
BBC News, West Midlands
James Bennett wants to inspire a new generation with his visual gallery around Nuneaton.
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15:11 14 Jun
Chrissy Teigen: I was a troll and I'm so sorry
It comes a month after Teigen apologised to TV personality Courtney Stodden for online bullying.
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14:44 14 Jun
BBC Four photography show crowns joint winners
Two Great British Photography Challenge hopefuls are named victors by Rankin and his fellow judges.
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13:47 14 Jun
We're in serious trouble, says hospitality sector
By Mary-Ann Russon & Oliver Smith
Business reporters, BBC News
One nightclub owner has been closed since March last year and now has to cancel a full diary of events planned over the next few weeks.
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9:42 14 Jun
No evidence Bashir rehired as cover-up - report
By Francesca Gillett
BBC News
A BBC inquiry was carried out to find out how Bashir was able to return as a correspondent in 2016.
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8:07 14 Jun
BBC wouldn't have rehired Bashir 'if it knew the facts'
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Tim Davie: Bashir wouldn't have been rehired 'if BBC knew the facts'
BBC director general Tim Davie responds to an inquiry into the rehiring of journalist Martin Bashir.
8:02 14 Jun
One week notice 'not enough' for nightlife delay
People who work in the nightlife industry are 'heartbroken' at plan to push back 21 June easing.
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