The athlete says she's going to "explode with excitement" as she gets rid of fear around her sexuality.
But union leaders blame politicians for failing to stop the strikes, which will begin on Tuesday.
Thousands of workers marched to Parliament to demand better pay, in an event organised by the TUC.
Aiden Aslin was given the sentence after being captured while fighting against Russia in April.
Action on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday is expected to cause disruption across Britain.
His death was confirmed in a statement by Tyrone GAA which described him as a "supreme hurler".
Ukraine should be given the chance to host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2023, the UK prime minister has said.
Boris Johnson says the contest should go ahead in Ukraine, even as organisers fear it will be unsafe.
The new head of the British Army says he has "temporarily lost trust" in the battalion involved.
Sian Phillips and Paul Sherwood, sister and brother-in-law of murdered journalist Dom Phillips, talk to the BBC.
Documents reveal problems with Fiat ambulances used by the East of England Ambulance Service.
Asylum claimants who successfully challenged their removal to Rwanda this week could be among the first to be monitored.
Greenfeeds Limited worker Gavin Rawson died trying to save his colleague Nathan Walker.
Ffion Martin and Chris Miller both have Down's syndrome and had to keep apart during lockdown.
The new cost of living tsar says he wants "old friends and colleagues... to help the British people".
Leading UK fertility clinics continue to see growth in egg-freezing treatments.
Actress Clara Darcy says she is grateful for having had a rare form of brain cancer.
As Prince Charles prepares to meet Commonwealth heads, should he be blamed for his private comments?
Tighter EU rules will demand firms such as Google and Meta tackle disinformation on their platforms.
Lord Geidt says he resigned over the government's "openness" to breaking international law.
At nearly 80, the former world number one is still campaigning for tennis to be more inclusive.
The Labour leader and his deputy attended a gathering in an MP's office during lockdown.
Passengers post pictures on social media as piles of luggage fill the airport's Terminal 2.
Treasury minister Simon Clarke warns bosses to be "very careful" in setting wage increases.
The organisers say the event cannot be held in the war-torn Ukraine - but Kyiv is planning an appeal.
Britons go to the beach as they enjoy the heatwave as UK temperatures reach highs of 32.7C.
The PM offers a military training programme which he says could "change the equation of the war".
Prince William said that officer who died after attack on US Capitol was defending democracy.
Exam board apologises for including topics in A-level and GCSE papers with no advance warning.
Stereophonics and Sir Tom Jones concert-goers urged to plan ahead amid travel chaos concern.
Running Up That Hill, released in 1985, tops the UK singles chart after featuring in the TV show.
The man, a restricted mobility passenger, left an EasyJet plane and later fell on an escalator.
Gymnasts have been "heard" and "vindicated" following the release of the Whyte Review, says two-time Olympian Becky Downie.
Collin Reeves stabbed Jennifer and Stephen Chapple inside their home after a long parking row.
One boy dies and another is critically injured after two scramblers collided in Dunclug, Ballymena.
Prof Linda Bauld said virus cases are rising as cases of two Omicron variants increase.
The airport says it will lead to a more reliable service, after a wave of cancellations and delays.
The latest UK figures cover the long weekend of partying and suggest one in 45 has Covid.
Why are hundreds of mental health patients still being sent far away from home for treatment?
Parts of the UK are preparing for the hottest day of the year so far.
Arthur Hughes is the first disabled actor to play Richard III - who had a curved spine - at the RSC.
As petrol and diesel prices continue to increase, interest in electric vehicles is rising
Football shirt-collecting is booming. Why do some people seem to love the tops as much as the game?
The growing need for aesthetically pleasing spaces is causing people to give their homes a makeover.
Roller skating isn’t necessarily an activity a lot of wheelchair users might expect to take part in, but Wheels and Wheelchairs is helping to change that.
The European heatwave is bringing hot weather to parts of the UK. Helen Willetts explains how high the temperatures might get and how long it could last.
Across the UK, volunteer harvesters are helping to fight food waste by sending produce to food banks.
A memorial service at Westminster Abbey marks five years since the Grenfell Tower fire.
Kids on the Green was originally set up for young people as an emergency response to the 2017 disaster.
The transport secretary says he is preparing to overhaul rules, as rail workers prepare to walk out.