BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
UK Brexit position paper opposes Irish border posts
(16/08/2017 @ 10:08)
The government does not envisage border posts or CCTV cameras along the 300-mile Irish land frontier.
Manchester attack: 'Hero' denies bank card and mobile phone theft
(16/08/2017 @ 07:49)
Chris Parker, 33, denied stealing a bank card and mobile phone when he appeared in court.
Milan kidnap case: Police arrest suspect's brother
(16/08/2017 @ 10:14)
The brother of the alleged captor of the British model is arrested in the West Midlands.
Mother can ditch child's middle name, court rules
(16/08/2017 @ 09:42)
The name is linked to a "notorious public figure", the mother argued at a family court hearing.
Manchester Airport lounge staff sorry for turning away family in Minnie Mouse tops
(16/08/2017 @ 10:37)
Staff who refused lounge entry to a family in Minnie Mouse tops will be trained, the operator says.
UK unemployment falls to new 42-year low
(16/08/2017 @ 08:07)
The jobless rate has fallen to 4.4% official figures show, but the squeeze on real incomes continues.
Liz Carr: Silent Witness star attacked with scissors
(16/08/2017 @ 05:34)
Liz Carr was with her carer when the pair were assaulted in London.
Commons to review four-year Big Ben silence after criticism
(16/08/2017 @ 09:37)
Prime Minister Theresa May is among the critics of the proposed four-year switch-off.
Thousands driving with 12 or more points
(16/08/2017 @ 05:59)
Campaigners say six month bans for bad motorists make a mockery of the system.
Holidaymaker dies after three caught in Cornwall rip current
(16/08/2017 @ 09:55)
The man was one of three swimmers who got swept out to sea off Crantock beach near Newquay.
Theresa May on Trump comments: Far-right should always be condemned
(16/08/2017 @ 09:41)
UK prime minister says there is no "equivalence" between "fascist" protesters and their opponents.
Cardiff doctor sentenced for indecent images of children
(16/08/2017 @ 10:16)
More than 16,000 images of children and 850 video files were found in the Cardiff GP's possession.
HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in Portsmouth for first time
(16/08/2017 @ 02:36)
Thousands of people gathered to watch the 65,000-tonne HMS Queen Elizabeth entering Portsmouth harbour.
Moped raiders smash into Knightsbridge jewellers
(16/08/2017 @ 07:48)
Police say the group used sledgehammers to break into the shop's display counters.
Norfolk beach giant pipe salvage under way
(15/08/2017 @ 09:20)
Salvage teams are removing a number of giant pipes which washed up on beaches.
Ely train derailment chaos continues
(15/08/2017 @ 11:27)
Services are affected between Peterborough, Ely, Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds, Stansted Airport and London.
From cloakroom to centre stage
(15/08/2017 @ 16:52)
Milly Forrest moved from working a shift as an usher to leading lady after a soprano fell ill.
Why Scottish babies might start sleeping in cardboard boxes
(15/08/2017 @ 01:12)
Baby boxes containing essential items are to be delivered to new mothers across Scotland.
Sturgeon: 'Salmond's not sexist' over joke
(15/08/2017 @ 07:21)
Nicola Sturgeon says Alex Salmond is not sexist in response to a joke the former first minister made about female politicians.
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(17/02/2017 @ 05:41)
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'World's fastest shed' travelling length of Britain
(16/08/2017 @ 07:47)
Kevin Nicks is driving the converted Volkswagen Passat from Land's End to John O'Groats.
Second WW2 bomb found in Bristol Channel near Hinkley Point
(16/08/2017 @ 08:56)
The bomb is due to be destroyed in a controlled explosion shortly.
(16/08/2017 @ 09:29)
What happens when people find themselves stranded without money or the help of a kind stranger?
'I'm fine with who I am'
(16/08/2017 @ 09:07)
Philippa York speaks about her transition from Robert Millar, one of Scotland's best ever cyclists.
Back as Bond
(16/08/2017 @ 08:15)
A lot of people are excited about the actor's return for his fifth and final Bond film.
Britain's brainiest child?
(15/08/2017 @ 10:23)
What is the scientific name for apricot? 12-year-old Rahul from London knows this - and much more.
£5k commuter club
(16/08/2017 @ 02:05)
With rail fares rising again, we speak to those paying £5,000 a year - or more - in travel costs.
(15/08/2017 @ 11:52)
Two stunt performers have died in recent accidents in the US, but what safety measures exist in the UK?
(15/08/2017 @ 10:26)
Big Ben is one of the UK's most photographed landmarks - but it's notoriously difficult to capture.
(15/08/2017 @ 11:54)
Reality Check examines the key parts of the government's paper on its future relationship with the customs union.
(14/08/2017 @ 20:10)
Comedy and sketches for two are making a comeback at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
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