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Monday
25th March 2019

Around the world

Mueller report: One summary, two interpretations

Top Democrat warns of a "hasty and partisan" summary and wants Robert Mueller's full report published.

Might this Nazi-stolen painting be returned?

The Uffizi Gallery has replaced it with a copy. The exact location of the original is a mystery.

In the UK

Tim Peake joins Scouts Association to launch a new science badge for scouts.

Tim Peake says the new science badge for scouts will help highlight different career opportunities for the youth.

Prince Charles and Camilla make historic trip to Cuba

It's the first time members of the royal family have made an official visit to the country.

Politics

'The biggest EU story since the fall of the Berlin wall'

Two foreign correspondents in Brussels gave us the European view on covering Brexit

David Lidington: 'I've no wish to take over from the PM'

Theresa May's de-facto deputy David Lidington dismisses reports that he could succeed her.

Education

Tim Peake joins Scouts Association to launch a new science badge for scouts.

Tim Peake says the new science badge for scouts will help highlight different career opportunities for the youth.

Bristol nursery locks toys away for a month

The toys have been replaced toys with cardboard, tins and train tickets in an attempt to encourage play.

Health

Instagram cleaners: Using housework as therapy

Harriet Knock shares cleaning tips on Instagram and encourages people to talk about mental health.

'My anorexia really loved Instagram'

One woman who has overcome anorexia says Instagram didn't cause her eating disorder, but it made it worse.

Business

Happy workers try harder says former Saracens rugby player

A happy workplace culture means better productivity, says former Saracens rugby player turned beer boss Alistair Hargreaves.

Training Britons to take the jobs EU migrants are leaving

The firms training thousands of unemployed people to take the jobs that EU migrants are leaving behind.

Science

Tim Peake joins Scouts Association to launch a new science badge for scouts.

Tim Peake says the new science badge for scouts will help highlight different career opportunities for the youth.

Mongolia: A toxic warning to the world

A cities are grappling with air pollution but the small capital of Mongolia is suffering from some of the worst in the world.

Technology

AI turns scribbles into masterpieces and other news

BBC Click's Omar Mehtab looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week.

'My anorexia really loved Instagram'

One woman who has overcome anorexia says Instagram didn't cause her eating disorder, but it made it worse.

Entertainment

Might this Nazi-stolen painting be returned?

The Uffizi Gallery has replaced it with a copy. The exact location of the original is a mystery.

Kwan Pa: Ghana Palm Wine band are bringing back the love

Ghanaian four-piece, Kwan Pa, are helping to revive traditional Palm Wine music's popularity.