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Brexit: Greg Clark, Amber Rudd and David Gauke issue delay warning
Greg Clark, Amber Rudd and David Gauke say extending Article 50 is better than to "crash out" of EU.
Alesha MacPhail murder: Judge lifts ban on naming killer Aaron Campbell
Aaron Campbell wanted to be a YouTube star but now faces a life sentence for killing the six-year-old.
Royal Mail 'sorry' for raising stamp price above cap
A hike in the cost of second-class stamps puts the postal service in breach of Ofcom rules.
'MI6 conman' Mark Acklom extradited to UK
Mark Acklom is accused of conning a divorcee out of her £850,000 life savings.
Ian Austin quits Labour blaming Jeremy Corbyn's leadership
Ian Austin, the ninth MP this week to leave, blames anti-Semitism but will not join new Independent Group.
Man charged over Portsmouth police officer park stabbing
The officer was stabbed in the back in Stamshaw Park in Portsmouth shortly after midday on Thursday.
Police force 'discriminated against white heterosexual male'
An employment tribunal ruled Cheshire Police had used "positive action" against Matthew Furlong.
Amber Peat inquest: Mother gave 'little consideration' for welfare
Amber Peat, 13, was found dead three days after she walked out of her home following an argument.
Flexible working: Labour pledges new employee rights
A right to flexible working for new recruits will open up work to more women, the party says.
Sheffield bomber crash: Flypast on 75th anniversary
The Remember The Ten flypast in Sheffield was organised after a BBC presenter's chance meeting in a park.
Viktorija Sokolova: Life term for rape and murder
Lithuanian-born Viktorija Sokolova was subjected to a "sustained and ferocious" attack.
Missing cat reunited with owner 10 years on
Peanut hasn't seen his owners since he escaped through a locked cat flap in 2009.
Flypast for WW2 US bomber crash crew
It was watched by Tony Foulds, who credits the crew with saving his life on 22 February 1944.
The Independent Group: The breakdown on the breakaway MPs
MPs from the Tories and Labour have resigned and formed a new political group, but what do they want?
Isle of Wight cerebral palsy author writes autobiography with his nose
Author Josh Barry spent nine years writing book while also completing two degrees.
Insects decline: What do insects actually do?
Reports show many insect populations are declining. How will that affect us?
Why is this horse dressed like a zebra?
Researchers from the University of Bristol have found a novel way of keeping flies away from horses.
Freddy Leo's best University Challenge buzzes
Described as the "Cristiano Ronaldo" of University Challenge, Freddy Leo's knowledge and speedy buzzing set him apart.
RAF Tornado retirement: Journalist gets queasy on goodbye flight
The BBC's Jonathan Beale got a ride in one of the RAF fighter jet's final flights.
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Bollard cover knitter determined to keep knitting despite vandals
A woman who knits covers for bollards outside her house vows a vandalised Marge Simpson will return.
Jailed gangster's designer trainers sold for £5K at auction
Money raised from the sale of Isaiah Hanson-Frost's footwear will go towards helping to prevent crime.
Newspaper headlines: 'Revolt' and quit messages for PM
The front pages carry news of cabinet ministers making demands on the PM as her Brexit talks reach a critical stage.
Shamima Begum in Syria: Where now for IS bride?
With her UK citizenship revoked and the IS caliphate dying, where should Brits like Shamima go next?
From Gormley to Rodin: The famous artworks hidden in plain sight
As the UK's sculpture collection is catalogued online, we list five artworks in public places.
University Challenge: What's behind Freddy Leo's rapid buzzing?
Viewers have been left baffled by Oxford University student's unusual buzzing technique and incredible knowledge.
How to build the perfect model railway
Enthusiasts reveal their quest for perfection in recreating railway scenes from the past.
University of Cambridge reveals 'changing face of UK' in aerial photos
A collection of images spanning 64 years has been described as the "historical Google Earth".
Quiz of the Week: Who popped the question?
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world during the past seven days?
The murderer who's opening a youth centre
Stephen Mellor served 14 years in prison but now wants to stop youngsters repeating his mistakes.
How art helped lift Swansea man out of homelessness
Steven Roberts lived on the streets before studying art at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
The students recycling clothes for London Fashion Week
Two students take up the challenge of repairing, reusing and recycling clothes for London Fashion Week.
Breaking: Can dance make the Olympics more urban?
The Paris Olympic organisers are hoping to include the dance form in the 2024 event.