BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
RAF Mildenhall: Shots fired in security alert at US base
(18/12/2017 @ 14:07)
US personnel respond as a man tries to drive through a checkpoint at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.
BBC and Guardian sued over Paradise Papers leaks
(18/12/2017 @ 14:22)
The law firm says the BBC breached confidentiality by misusing and publishing details within the documents.
Two dead in Loch Lomond hotel fire
(18/12/2017 @ 13:39)
Three other people, including a child, were treated in hospital after the blaze at the Cameron House Hotel.
Liverpool jail: The worst conditions ever seen, says report
(18/12/2017 @ 13:28)
Some prisoners live in dirty and dangerous cells that should be condemned, a leaked report says.
Uber driver arrested after Briton murdered in Lebanon
(18/12/2017 @ 13:52)
Rebecca Dykes, a British embassy worker in Beirut, was strangled and sexually assaulted, police say.
Sheffield's Birley Academy bomb hoax threat: Boy arrested
(18/12/2017 @ 13:50)
The school was evacuated but a "prolonged search" did not find anything, police said.
Ofcom to investigate BBC climate change interview
(18/12/2017 @ 14:20)
It's the regulator's first investigation since taking over responsibility for BBC standards.
Twitter suspends Britain First leaders
(18/12/2017 @ 12:31)
The leader and deputy of a far-right British political group's Twitter accounts are frozen.
Wayne Rooney 'really enjoying' community service
(18/12/2017 @ 08:57)
The Everton striker said he was made to feel welcome at the garden centre where he is working.
More prisoners should be allowed to work, says minister
(18/12/2017 @ 10:22)
David Lidington has said alternative sentences must be found to reduce the prison population.
RTE sports producer admits child sex charges in Leeds
(18/12/2017 @ 08:29)
Kieran Creaven had flown from Ireland to Leeds thinking he would be meeting a 13-year-old girl.
Bijan Ebrahimi murder: 'Institutional racism' by council and police
(18/12/2017 @ 12:07)
A report finds evidence of "institutional racism" in the case of murdered refugee Bijan Ebrahimi.
RAF Mildenhall: Shots fired as US base put on lockdown
(18/12/2017 @ 13:44)
The shots were fired at RAF Mildenhall after a man tried to drive through a checkpoint.
Former nurse appointed as Bishop of London
(18/12/2017 @ 08:38)
Right Reverend Sarah Mullally says she knows some people will find her appointment difficult.
Train app could help disabled travellers
(18/12/2017 @ 04:29)
A new app could help wheelchair users get help at railway stations and better access to trains.
'Nothing was ready' at Winter Wonderland
(18/12/2017 @ 11:42)
Winter Wonderland cancelled in Bangor, County Down
Girl DJs - the next generation
(18/12/2017 @ 11:45)
After 16 years experience of DJing at some of the best club nights in the UK, veteran DJ Miss Melodie is training the next female DJ generation.
Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Mo Farah wins top award
(17/12/2017 @ 17:42)
Watch as Sir Mo Farah wins the 2017 Sports Personality of the Year award.
Fire at hotel near Loch Lomond
(18/12/2017 @ 07:15)
Two guests have died after fire broke out at the Cameron House Hotel beside Loch Lomond.
BBC News Channel
(17/11/2017 @ 03:22)
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Ed Sheeran and Eminem locked in a battle for the Christmas number one
(18/12/2017 @ 14:01)
He's got some tough competition... from himself.
Miscarriage of justice?
(17/12/2017 @ 20:53)
One of the last two men hanged in the UK was mentally unstable - but his lawyers didn't plead diminished responsibility. So was it a miscarriage of justice?
(17/12/2017 @ 20:12)
There are no snow days at the Dandelion nursery in Marsham, Norfolk.
(17/12/2017 @ 20:24)
Joy Milne has an amazing sense of smell that is bringing amazing results for scientists studying Parkinson's disease.
(17/12/2017 @ 20:12)
The next round of Premier League football television rights are up for grabs for the three years from 2019 to 2022.
Autism at Christmas
(17/12/2017 @ 21:15)
How do families with autistic children make it through the festive season in harmony?
Rape and abuse
(17/12/2017 @ 21:11)
"Dangerous men" at the top of the industry are abusing their power, the BBC has been told.
Child star to champion
(17/12/2017 @ 09:09)
He is Scotland's first Strictly winner, but who is Joe McFadden and what else has he done?
(12/12/2017 @ 12:02)
Find out more about the 12 nominees for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 award, to be presented on Sunday.
'Deep Freeze' murder
(16/12/2017 @ 21:20)
It is 60 years since Anne Noblett's frozen body was found in a field - are we any closer to finding out who killed her?
The big time
(16/12/2017 @ 20:40)
Comedian Chris McCausland, who is blind, dared to dream and now he has hit the big time on BBC Two's Live at the Apollo.
The house that Edek built - and the secret suitcase kept inside
(16/12/2017 @ 04:17)
The architect, his modernist post-War home, and the suitcase full of secrets he kept inside.
(15/12/2017 @ 17:59)
Will Disney want to keep pumping money into a loss-making news channel after the Fox deal?
(15/12/2017 @ 18:00)
Shops are using quirky events and experiences to lure us back to the High Street - but will it work?
(15/12/2017 @ 17:59)
The cash machine industry and the network are at loggerheads over closure plans.
(15/12/2017 @ 19:49)
Thousands died as a thick polluted fog engulfed London for four days in 1952.
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