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Your morning briefing for 20 November 2018.
Democratic Unionists tell the PM to "keep her side of the bargain" after abstaining in Commons votes.
A 25-year-old shares the story of his dad's long affair and how he dealt with the guilt of knowing.
How many hours do you need to work to be officially classified as "employed"?
A Grenfell survivor speaks to Newsnight about hearing the 999 call he made on the night of the fire.
Margot Noel has misophonia, which means "hatred of sound". Noises that may be annoying to some people cause her real distress.
The UN says money sent home pays for school, but too much is taken in transfer charges.
While a ban has led to a "considerable reduction" in use of the drugs, street dealers are active.
The BBC follows officers in one of England's poorest towns to witness how budget cuts impact police on the front line.
Police say the suspect is dead and four others, including an officer, have been critically injured.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists says it's worried some people are not getting the help they need.
Australia's first female PM Julia Gillard tells BBC 100 Women she was taken aback by insults.
Why do businesses have so many bad managers? asks author Alison Green.
From fake shops to copycat products, firms around the world are losing billions to copyright theft.
Price-trackers can show the history of what on-line retailers have been charging
Front pages carry suggestions officers might have to let suspects go unless they receive public backing during street attacks.
Fierce clashes are reported despite the Saudi-led coalition and rebels agreeing to halt offensives.
Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin and Andrea Agnelli, the chairman of the European Club Association, call a breakaway Super League "fiction".
The US firm says it will take home rentals in Israeli settlements on occupied land off its website.
Virgil van Dijk's late equaliser against Germany sends the Netherlands through to the semi-finals of the Nations League.