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Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer to return to UK

26 Mar 2019 10:51

Jack Shepherd's lawyers say he "agrees to be extradited" from Georgia where he was in hiding.

Woman having seizure targeted by thieves in Manchester city centre

26 Mar 2019 10:41

A group of thieves stole from Leonora Royce as she was having a seizure.

Brexit options 'narrowing', says health secretary

26 Mar 2019 10:27

Matt Hancock urges MPs to back the PM's deal, after MPs vote to take control of the Brexit process.

Brexit: MPs have voted for a process of indicative votes but what is that?

26 Mar 2019 10:05

Newsnight explains the process after MPs opted to take control of Brexit and the parliamentary timetable.

'Mortgage prisoners' given help by City regulator

26 Mar 2019 09:59

Changes to affordability checks are designed to help those trapped on high interest-rate home loans.

England game overshadowed by racist abuse

26 Mar 2019 09:47

Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi condemn the "unacceptable" racist abuse directed at England players during their 5-1 win in Montenegro.

Joanna Lumley and Moby for Hay Festival line-up

26 Mar 2019 08:15

The line-up for this spring's Hay Festival is unveiled, including Maxine Peake, Moby and Joanna Lumley.

Brexit: Flu vaccine 'could be airlifted into UK'

26 Mar 2019 08:15

Drugs firm Sanofi has plans to fly supplies into the UK if transport routes are disrupted by Brexit.

'My life savings have been wiped out'

26 Mar 2019 08:02

Investors face a two-year wait to see if they'll get any money back from a collapsed investment firm.

Newspaper headlines: MPs 'seize control of Brexit'

26 Mar 2019 05:46

Front pages ponder whether Remainers have "stolen Brexit", the PM might resign, or the UK will have an election.

Brexit: Action urged to preserve EU citizens' rights to benefits

26 Mar 2019 01:45

EU nationals who have paid UK taxes for years could be denied benefits after Brexit, says a report.

MPs vote: What's next for Brexit?

26 Mar 2019 01:41

With MPs voting to take control of Commons business, what does this mean for government and how will it affect the Brexit process?

Line of Duty: New series is 'scariest yet'

26 Mar 2019 01:18

AC-12 are hunting "Balaclava Man" and his gang of murderous criminals as the hit TV drama returns.

Surgeons who want you to touch knife crime

26 Mar 2019 01:18

A medical team is trying to intervene to stop stabbings, rather than waiting to treat them when they happen.

... elsewhere, this Elgar manuscript was found

26 Mar 2019 01:14

The signed 1924 manuscript is possibly a new piece of music given to a matron at Barnado's.

King John royal charter found in Ushaw College Library

26 Mar 2019 01:06

The document, from the reign of King John, was issued on 26 March 1200 - exactly 819 years ago.

Breast ironing: 'I remember screaming a lot'

26 Mar 2019 00:56

A woman tells of the pain she experienced as a child being subjected to breast ironing.

Breast ironing awareness 'needed in school'

26 Mar 2019 00:47

The practice involves ironing a girl's chest with hot objects to delay breasts from growing

Coroners could investigate stillbirths, say ministers

26 Mar 2019 00:44

Coroners may be given new powers to investigate stillbirths so that each death is independently assessed.

'I paid £160 for a pair of limited edition nappies'

26 Mar 2019 00:36

How collecting colourful washable nappies can become a costly and even somewhat addictive hobby.

In pictures: Kenyan artist Khadambi Asalache's London house

26 Mar 2019 00:27

A Kenyan writer wanted to conceal a damp patch in his house - and ended up creating a work of art.

What do voters make of Brexit now?

26 Mar 2019 00:22

What Britons now think about leaving the EU and whether another referendum should be held.

Cash fears as third of Scottish banks lost

26 Mar 2019 00:00

Which? calls for "urgent action" as MPs on the Scottish Affairs Committee meet to discuss access to cash.

Brexit: How did my MP vote on taking control?

25 Mar 2019 23:29

Check how your MP voted in the latest Brexit vote.

Pinner murder: Shopkeeper killed in robbery named

25 Mar 2019 21:23

Ravi Katharkamar was stabbed to death outside his newsagents in a "vicious and unwarranted attack".

Wheelchair user refused nightclub entry as music 'too rowdy'

25 Mar 2019 17:50

A BBC journalist says she was refused entry to a nightclub because the music was not suitable.

24 Hours in Police Custody: CCTV shows Azaan Kaleem murder

25 Mar 2019 16:58

A mother says she wants people to know how quickly a situation can escalate.

The head teacher battling unpaid school bills

25 Mar 2019 16:56

A head teacher has risked her job by inviting BBC Panorama to film the financial chaos at her school.

Bus driver 'misjudges' Wallasea Island flood water

25 Mar 2019 14:28

It overtook a queue of traffic and went into the water during high tide at Wallasea Island, Essex.

Anglesey autistic man conquers mountains

25 Mar 2019 12:32

Spencer Kay has severe learning disabilities but can conquer the mountains near his north Wales home.

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