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Brexit: More assurances for MPs possible says May
Theresa May is seeking "further clarification" to satisfy MPs after "robust" exchange with EU chief.
Brexit: No visa but Britons will pay €7 to travel to EU countries
Britons will not need a visa but will have to apply for a travel document, which lasts for three years.
Separate food waste may become compulsory
Councils will have to offer separate food caddies in a bid to combat methane emissions.
Newcastle man charged with planning act of terror
The 33-year-old was arrested as part of an ongoing investigation by counter-terror police.
UK schoolgirls assaulted in Ghana 'given specialist support'
The girls, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, were sexually assaulted at gunpoint.
Jamelia's stepbrother guilty of Birmingham gun murder
Tafarwa Beckford shot Derek Myers dead in retaliation for an attack on his friend.
National Action trial: Man trained daughter to do Nazi salute
Darren Fletcher is being sentenced for being a member of banned neo-Nazi group National Action.
Hastings cliff fall: Rock crashes into bedroom
Rocks weighing several tons fell onto a building on White Rock, in Hastings, destroying a bedroom.
Warning of heavy snow and ice for Scotland
Freezing rain is one of the hazards expected to lead to "treacherous" conditions on Saturday and Sunday.
Severn bridges: Work begins to remove M4 toll booths
Tolls coming into Wales will end on Monday, having been in place since 1966.
Rugby rape trial: Jackson and Olding not entitled to court costs
A court rules the former Ulster rugby players cannot claim back legal costs from their recent rape trial.
Who is shining a torch for women today?
One hundred years since the first votes were cast by UK women, who is standing up for women's rights today?
'My mummy's sick': Boy, 4, calls ambulance for mum using Siri
Beau Austin has now been given a bravery award for his quick thinking.
Branson: Hard Brexit would torpedo some Virgin firms
Sir Richard Branson has spoken out against a hard Brexit, warning it would be "an absolute disaster".
Severn tolls: 'I've been asked for a Big Mac and fries'
The tolls are scrapped on the Severn bridges between south Wales and south-west England from Monday.
Blair: EU leaders think Brexit is 'big mistake'
Tony Blair says the EU would help the UK remain if it was "prepared to think again".
County Lines: Drug gangs destroying lives and communities
Young and vulnerable people are being exploited by drug gangs from large urban areas in a practice called County Lines.
Dimbleby: Goodnight, but not goodbye
From ejecting members of the public to questions about his robotic alter ego, the QT host has had some memorable moments during 25 years in the hot seat.
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Wetherspoons fake accounts to be exposed
Twitter must reveal the identity behind two parody accounts, the high court rules.
Royal Family: Christmas card images by Harry, Meghan, William and Kate
A new wedding picture of Harry and Meghan and a family snap of the Cambridges are among the greetings.
Newspaper headlines: May and Juncker clash and 'Brexit charge' for Brits
Saturday's front pages feature Brexit and the EU's plan to charge Brits travelling to Europe.
The people's Christmas cards revealed
A gallery of people's creative 2018 Christmas cards
Gary Lineker row: What can BBC presenters say and not say?
Gary Lineker has been criticised for publicly airing his political views - but is it ok for him to do so?
Christmas Jumper Day: Who wins, retailers or charity?
The festive campaign has become an annual event, but who's the real winner - retailers or charity?
Theresa May's week in charts
Five charts about the prime minister's busy week
Capita Army recruitment delays: 'I felt I had given up my dream'
Prospective recruits face delays and disappointment under the outsourced recruitment process.
Brexit: How could another referendum on leaving the EU work?
Tony Blair has renewed his call for another referendum, but is there enough time?
Meat or two veg? Find out your food’s climate footprint
Check the environmental impact of what you eat and drink.
Will giving a time limit to her premiership help or hinder the PM?
Theresa May says she won't fight another election - but has she forfeited power in saying so?
The secret life of a fantasy shopper
Some people take window-shopping to the next level. Sue Elliott-Nicholls describes the escapist allure of a posh fitting room.
'My young Sri Lankan husband left me with nothing'
Diane Peebles, 60, married a man she met in Sri Lanka. Now she is broke, a widow and homeless.