“The chancellor gave more money to his banker mates than he did to our children and schools in catch-up funding."

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

It's not just the behaviour Black women take issue with – for some, it's the word itself.
The 26-year-old south Londoner is radio's rising star – and she's not finished yet.
The spoken-word artist talks inspiration, Black joy, and his latest project, 'The Outsiders?'
I would be nothing without the community that made me, shaped my Black Britishness, and gave me wings.

LIFE

Haters will hate. And they'll do it openly, using their own names.
Grab some dumbbells (or heavy water bottles) and prepare to feel great in your body.
Know someone who lives for hiking, camping or wild swimming? Here's the Christmas gift inspo you need.
These are the most common ways people sabotage themselves in getting work done.

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STRICTLY 2021

The 2010 contestant reflects on his ‘Sliding Doors’ moment, and why he doesn’t believe in the ‘Strictly Curse’.
The BBC show’s head judge has made a hospital appointment “to check certain odd things happening in my body”.
The delightfully unhinged performance ended with JoJo grabbing her partner by the throat, ripping off her fake hand and then chomping on it.
Rylan stepped up and asked the question on every Strictly viewer's lips right now.

THE LATEST ON COVID

MPs told government is considering when to "turn off" testing of asymptomatic people.
Downing Street may be ignoring calls for stricter measures but there are a few things you can do to avoid catching and spreading the virus.
Leaked government research suggests the idea could actually be "counterproductive".
NHS England is ramping up its Covid booster programme – here are the people being prioritised for vaccines.
“What we do know about this virus is the best thing we can do to protect ourselves is to get vaccinated," he said.
Specialists explain if we should expect to see soaring infections and lockdown debates every autumn.
Covid has caused prolonged stress. Here's how it may be showing up in your life right now.
Here's the government advice on face masks – and what the experts recommend (spot the difference).
Rape victims are waiting more than a year for cases to go to trial, making prosecution targets a 'pipe-dream'.
The Care Quality Commission warns "exhausted and depleted" social care staff are leaving for tourism and hospitality roles.

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