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Current BBC News videos to watch and discuss with your tutor group.

Sunday
22nd May 2022

Around the world

Anthony Albanese vows government of unity, not division

Australia's new PM will be the country's first Labor leader in nearly a decade.

Femicide: Keeping the memory of murdered women alive with maps

Geraldina Guerra tracks cases of femicide in Ecuador and maps victims' lives online so people can learn about their life as well as their death.

In the UK

Special Olympics: Teaching Makaton to help win football medals

Liam is non-verbal and communicates with his teammates using a mixture of symbols, signs and speech.

Laura Jones: The former grid girl who wants to be a racing driver

After starting her career on the track as a grid girl, Laura Jones is set on driving her own car.

Politics

Jamie Oliver stages Eton mess protest outside No 10

Chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver has been protesting over delays to the government's obesity strategy.

Metropolitan Police give Partygate staffing and cost details

The Metropolitan Police's Helen Ball says the Partygate investigation, with a full-time team of 12 detectives supported by others, cost £460,000.

Education

World Maths Day Global Challenge: Meet the UK's top Year 3 mathlete

Michelle is the only girl to win gold in the UK's 10 categories of World Maths Day Global Challenge.

'Why I talk about my LGBT+ experience in schools'

Just Like Us ambassadors say avoiding LGBT+ discussions in schools can be dangerous.

Health

Jamie Oliver stages Eton mess protest outside No 10

Chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver has been protesting over delays to the government's obesity strategy.

Bristol mum writes heart surgery book to help son

Aimee says the book will help her son understand why he "should be proud" of his heart surgery scar.

Business

Why your haircut is getting more expensive

Chain Trevor Sorbie says they are now spending thousands more each month.

Small businesses focus on rising costs ahead of the local elections

Small businesses are the 'lifeline' of the economy says Prince, whose business has felt the impact of inflation.

Science

'I pull dirty nappies from people's recycling'

Staff at a £14m recycling facility help manually sort through 85,000 tonnes of waste each year.

The return of California's butterflies

Efforts to protect these beautiful insects include driving electric tractors and hand-rearing them in a lab.

Technology

'I've got bass in a backpack': VR revives 1989 rave culture

The In Pursuit of Repetitive Beats exhibition shows visitors what the acid-house scene was like.

BBC announces first ever Gaming Prom

The event will be taking place on 1 August 2022 at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Entertainment

Royals attend Top Gun: Maverick premiere in London

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend the premiere of the long-awaited Top Gun sequel.

Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries on relations with Channel 4 News

Nadine Dorries says which media outlets she appears on is her own choice.