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Tuesday
21st January 2020

Around the world

Windrush scandal: 'A billion pounds can't buy back my happiness'

Chiplyn Burton was denied entry back into the UK after a trip to Jamaica in the 1970s.

Trump Davos speech: 'This is not a time for pessimism'

The US president called for the rejection of "the perennial prophets of doom" during his speech.

In the UK

Prince Harry and Meghan: Black British women on Meghan

As Meghan and Harry start their new lives in Canada, do people think race is an issue in the way she is treated?

Windrush scandal: 'A billion pounds can't buy back my happiness'

Chiplyn Burton was denied entry back into the UK after a trip to Jamaica in the 1970s.

Politics

Ex-PM Gordon Brown: 'I think the United Kingdom could end'

Speaking to the BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg, former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned the United Kingdom "could end" unless the UK "fundamentally changes".

Ashworth on secret recording of Corbyn election campaign comments

Labour frontbencher Jonathan Ashworth is asked about secretly-recorded comments where he made predictions about the general election result.

Education

Student rape reports: The battle to be believed

Women who report violent sexual assaults at university say the perpetrators are getting away with it.

Nurseries face closure over free childcare funding gap

Nurseries say they cannot afford to run their services because the government has failed to properly fund its free childcare policy.

Health

New China virus: 'Wash your hands, be honest with your doctors'

A public health expert gives advice on how to try and avoid infection from the new China virus.

Newcastle children talk mental health thanks to puppets

The show is touring schools and is being used to spot early signs of issues.

Business

Davos summit: Protesters hike up to Davos

Several hundred protesters are making a three-day hike up to Davos, to coincide with President Trump's arrival at the World Economic Forum.

Davos 2020: An overview of the WEF summit in numbers

BBC News looks at some of the numbers around the 50th World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Science

Trump Davos speech: 'This is not a time for pessimism'

The US president called for the rejection of "the perennial prophets of doom" during his speech.

Davos: 'Forget about net zero, we need real zero' - Greta Thunberg

The 17-year-old activist tells world leaders that 'fiddling around with numbers' will not be enough.

Technology

Amazon warehouse one of Europe's 'most high-tech buildings'

Robots and people work alongside each other in the internet-giant's latest warehouse in Leicestershire.

Spotify's personalised playlist for pets and other news

BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.

Entertainment

Seven things we learnt at the Screen Actors Guild awards

Brad and Jen were trending, Phoebe Waller-Bridge was accepting and the cast of The Crown were abdicating.

BBC director general job 'unbelievably tough'

Lord Hall's successor will need "phenomenal skills" to lead in changing times, the BBC's Amol Rajan says.