She told the BBC she was concerned about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on attendance at COP26.
Jordan’s Prince Hamzah bin Hussein ‘under house arrest’Jordan’s Prince Hamzah bin Hussein ‘under house arrest’
In a video passed to the BBC, Prince Hamzah accuses Jordan’s leaders of corruption and incompetence.
Covid-19: Seven UK blood clot deaths after AstraZeneca vaccineCovid-19: Seven UK blood clot deaths after AstraZeneca vaccine
The medicines regulator confirms the deaths to the BBC, but says the benefits continue to outweigh any risk.
What it’s like driving across the new Irish trade borderWhat it’s like driving across the new Irish trade border
Three months since the creation of the new Irish trade border, the BBC travelled with a lorry driver.
BBC Money Box reporter Dan Whitworth was phoned by a fraudster and managed to record the call.
Coronavirus: India temporarily halts Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine exportsCoronavirus: India temporarily halts Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine exports
The doses are needed for the country’s own rollout amid a rise in cases, officials tell the BBC.
Iceland shaken by more than 50,000 earthquakes in three weeksIceland shaken by more than 50,000 earthquakes in three weeks
Geologist Helga Torfadottir takes a BBC team to an active volcano area.
Catcalling: The sisters who are making a noise to stop street harassment of womenCatcalling: The sisters who are making a noise to stop street harassment of women
Campaigners tell the BBC how they are working to address the root causes of violence against women.
Prize money ‘significantly levelled up’ between women’s and men’s sportPrize money ‘significantly levelled up’ between women’s and men’s sport
More sports than ever are offering equal prize money, a BBC study shows on International Women’s Day.
Aston Martin: The billionaire building ‘a British Ferrari’Aston Martin: The billionaire building ‘a British Ferrari’
Lawrence Stroll, executive chairman of Aston Martin, tells the BBC he wants to build a firm with a “luxury profile”.
Fortnite: From piano player to pro gamer – aged just eightFortnite: From piano player to pro gamer – aged just eight
Joseph Deen tells the BBC about his ambitions after signing with a professional esports team.
Why this teen set up a prize-winning fake cosmetics shopWhy this teen set up a prize-winning fake cosmetics shop
Polish teenager Krystyna Paszko’s idea won an EU prize – she tells the BBC the story behind it.
BBC condemns online abuse of Six Nations reporter Sonja McLaughlanBBC condemns online abuse of Six Nations reporter Sonja McLaughlan
Online abuse sent to reporter Sonja McLaughlan after the live broadcast of Wales’ Six Nations win over England is strongly condemned by the BBC.
BBC editors Faisal Islam and Simon Jack tell us what Chancellor Rishi Sunak might have in store.
Southampton’s Premier League game against Brighton on Sunday, 14 March, will be shown live on BBC One and the BBC website.
‘They wanted to jail a banker – I was that banker’‘They wanted to jail a banker – I was that banker’
Tom Hayes, jailed for rigging interest rates, tells the BBC fresh evidence will show his conviction was unsafe.
Measuring Africa’s Data Gap: The cost of not counting the deadMeasuring Africa’s Data Gap: The cost of not counting the dead
Just eight countries in Africa have adequate death registration systems, a BBC investigation finds.
A new BBC series shows how threats of nuclear war against North Korea gave way to a Trump-Kim bromance.
Companies doing business between Europe and the UK talk to the BBC about the impact of the new rules.
Prince Philip, 99, will continue to undergo observation and rest, a palace source tells the BBC.
The name helped his family escape prejudice. But for the BBC’s Ben Boulos, it is time for a change.
Three people tell the BBC how the condition has affected their physical and mental health.
Gordon Ramsay ‘needed room to breathe’ on new game showGordon Ramsay ‘needed room to breathe’ on new game show
The TV chef discusses his new BBC game show and how restaurants are coping in lockdown.
BBC weather forecaster Chris Bell dives into snow in pants after losing ‘bet’BBC weather forecaster Chris Bell dives into snow in pants after losing ‘bet’
He promised social media followers he would do the dive in his pants if snow reached more than 30cm.
Accommodation for more than 1,000 new people every day will be required, the BBC learns.
‘My late husband’s pension means I don’t get Covid support’‘My late husband’s pension means I don’t get Covid support’
There is ‘unfairness in some of the millions excluded from government help, research for the BBC finds.