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On 19 December 2005, the UK's first civil partnerships took place. Ten years on, two couples whose lives were changed by civil partnerships reveal what it meant to them.

On 19 December 2005, the UK's first civil partnerships took place. Ten years on, two couples whose lives were changed by civil partnerships reveal what it meant to them.

Adele apologised online, without make-up, to fans for cancelling a concert.

#nomakeup: would you go au naturel like Adele?

Adele apologised online, without make-up, to fans for cancelling a concert.

London already has over 8,000 chicken shops. Now outlets such as Mother Clucker are offering upmarket versions. Seven young fans told us what they thought of it, rapped in praise of poultry – and did the ‘greasy dance’

Posh fried chicken tested by teenagers: ‘It’s crispy, bruv!’

London already has over 8,000 chicken shops. Now outlets such as Mother Clucker are offering upmarket versions. Seven young fans told us what they thought of it, rapped in praise of poultry – and did the ‘greasy dance’

The Bridge’s Sofia Helin untangles Saga’s complex emotions

The Bridge’s Sofia Helin untangles Saga’s complex emotions

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Teacher encouragement 'gives pupils long-term boost' - BBC News

Teacher encouragement 'gives pupils long-term boost'

Teacher encouragement 'gives pupils long-term boost' - BBC News

Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry

Why did The Great British Bake Off move to Channel 4?

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When 100 people lift a bus

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A moment that changed me: rejecting the white ‘prettiness’ ideal

Eliza Anyangwe

Man with drinks in flood water

Storm Desmond: How kindness is keeping Cumbria afloat

Man with drinks in flood water

Glaswegian synth-pop band Chvrches discuss the recording of their new album, stage fright, and dealing with misogynist abuse.

Chvrches interview: 'We won't live in fear'

Glaswegian synth-pop band Chvrches discuss the recording of their new album, stage fright, and dealing with misogynist abuse.

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