Budget 2017: MPs rally round Hammond after growth gloom

Economic forecasts put the chancellor under pressure but Tory MPs back him on stamp duty and Brexit.

UK floods: 70 people and horses rescued in Lancashire

Lancaster and Galgate were the worst affected places as bad weather hit the UK.

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa promises jobs in 'new democracy'

The incoming leader hails a new era and praises the army for removing Robert Mugabe peacefully.

Three cups of coffee a day 'may have health benefits'

But there is no reason to start drinking coffee for health reasons, the BMJ study found.

Flea market photo shows 'Billy the Kid and man who shot him'

The photo purports to show the Wild West outlaw beside his future killer, experts say.

Christmas fraud: Mobiles and clothes top presents targeted

Police are urging the public to be vigilant with buying presents in the run up to Christmas.

Fox and Hounds in Theale is Britain's most dog-friendly pub

The treats in store at the Fox and Hounds have won it two dog-friendly awards in one year.

Foxconn stops interns' illegal overtime at iPhone X factory

Apple's main iPhone supplier has stopped illegal overtime by school age interns in a factory in China

Manus Island: Police enter former Australia-run asylum centre

Papua New Guinea authorities are urging asylum seekers who remain there to leave, Australia confirms.

Kezia Dugdale enters I'm a Celebrity jungle camp

Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale is introduced as a late-entry campmate on the reality TV show.

Counting the cost of the tampon tax

What have you spent on tampons in your life, and how much of that goes to the government?

MS-13 gang 'behead man' in US capital

One man has been arrested and charged over the gruesome gang killing.

Budget calculator: How will the Budget affect you?

Will tax changes in the Budget leave you better or worse off in 2018/19?

The Papers: Budget giveaways and gloom

Housing measures and growth forecasts attract the most headlines after the chancellor's speech.

In a hurry? Here's what you need to know this morning

Your morning briefing for 23 November 2017

Light pollution: Night being lost in many countries

Much of the world is "losing the night" as artificial light becomes brighter and more widespread, say scientists.

Life on London's first Aids ward

Gideon Mendel's emotional photos of patients at the end of their lives.

Married for a price: India's abandoned 'holiday wives'

The story of a woman who was married off to a rich visitor for a few hundred dollars, aged 13.

Nudist restaurant opens in Paris

Food for thought when "a clothed naturist is only thinking one thing: How quickly can I strip off?"

Sparklers and snow in Maine

Cig Harvey photographs the poetic everyday life of an American family.

How we are losing the night

Satellite images show that artificially-lit areas are expanding around the world.

Being a granny in your 30s 'just adds to your tribe'

Grandparents tell of the joy, fun and love the children give them.

Budget 2017: Why is white cider being taxed more?

For most drinkers the Budget was good news, but tax on the cheapest cider is going up.

Budget banter with Philip Hammond

The chancellor sprinkled his Autumn financial statement with the odd joke.

BBC Breakfast

BBC coverage of latest developments

When I look into my son's eyes I see the man who raped me

Catherine became pregnant after being raped, but she decided to give birth to the child.

'Sexist' inclusive writing row riles France

The government steps into a growing row over gender equality in the French language.

Analysis: Will South Africa's ANC learn from Mugabe's fall?

South Africa's governing African National Congress has lessons to learn from the fall of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe.

'I asked to go to jail, rather than stay homeless'

Banned from begging and sleeping in shop doorways, Bradley Grimes thought it better to be in jail.

The female tech bosses who want zebras not unicorns

A new movement calls for tech investors to back more start-ups led by women and people from ethnic minorities.

Paloma Faith: 'I feel less fragile'

The star says she's "more resilient" since becoming a mum, and reveals how a banana inspired her new album.

Zimbabwe: Mysteries remain about Mugabe's downfall

After a dramatic week in Zimbabwe, questions remain unanswered about Robert Mugabe's downfall.

We've ripped up the breakfast TV rule book - Piers Morgan

The Good Morning Britain host on why being "provocative" in the mornings is a good thing.

How has the arena attack changed Manchester?

How life has changed for people in the city six months on.

FK Qarabag 0-4 Chelsea

Antonio Conte asks for help with fixture scheduling as Chelsea reach the last 16 of the Champions League by beating 10-man Qarabag.

FC Basel 1-0 Manchester United

Manchester United miss the chance to book their place in the Champions League last 16 as Basel score an 89th-minute winner.

Ashes: England's Alastair Cook falls early in first Test

Australia's Mitchell Starc removes Alastair Cook to reduce England to 2-1 on the opening morning of the first Ashes Test in Brisbane.

Paris St-Germain 7-1 Celtic

Celtic open the scoring in France but are then overwhelmed by Paris St-Germain, who register their biggest Champions League win.

Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker bout 'won't happen at 35%', says Eddie Hearn

Anthony Joshua "would love to fight" Joseph Parker but Eddie Hearn says the New Zealander will not receive 35% of the revenue.

Women's Hockey World League Final: England beat USA to reach last four

England beat the United States 2-1 to set up a Women's Hockey World League Final semi-final against New Zealand in Auckland.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: How Afoty nominee helped put Gabon on the map

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is a family man following in his father's footsteps to boost his country's global profile.

Kamal Ahmed: Hammond loosens his belt

The chancellor loosens the public finances envelope as the economy stutters.

Budget 2017: What does the stamp duty change mean?

People buying a first home worth up to £300,000 will pay no stamp duty, the Chancellor announces.

Budget 2017: What it means for you

The Budget speech has been delivered and the numbers are being analysed, so what does it mean for you?

Budget 2017: Reaction from Jack, Kuenssberg and Ahmed

The BBC's business, political and economics editors on the announcements in Philip Hammond's Budget speech.

Budget 2017: May hands cough sweets to Hammond

The chancellor may be trying to shake-off his 'Spreadsheet Phil' moniker with a few gags in his Budget speech.

What you need to know

When is the Budget, what is it, and why does it matter? Your guide to the chancellor's big day.

Budget quiz: Test your knowledge

The BBC's Budget quiz: See how much you know about the UK Budget's long and colourful history.

Budget 2017: UK growth forecast cut sharply

Forecasts are slashed as the Office for Budget Responsibility downgrades its productivity outlook.

Budget: Heads say extra maths cash is 'drop in ocean'

School leaders are "extremely disappointed" by the Budget, despite boost for maths A-level.