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Medicinal cannabis use to be reviewed by government
But Home Secretary Sajid Javid says the ban on recreational use of the drug will continue.
Drunk jailed for urinating on Liverpool rough sleeper
The victim woke to find Stephen Gibney urinating on his face in an act of "gratuitous degradation".
Missing man's police drone rescue in Norfolk 'a miracle'
Peter Pugh, 75, was found up to his armpits in a muddy creek nearly a day after going missing.
Stoke-on-Trent school may install washing machine over pupils' hygiene
A study finds parents with children at primary school cannot afford cleaning products.
Glasgow Art School 'will be saved' after devastating fire
The school's director, Prof Tom Inns, says the Mackintosh building will be saved "in some form".
Zara Tindall: Queen's granddaughter has baby girl
The baby, weighing 9lbs 3oz, is the Queen's seventh great-grandchild and 19th in line to the throne.
London man 'plotted to kill PM in suicide attack'
An Islamic State fanatic planned a "blade and explosion" attack on Downing Street, a court hears.
Aidan McAnespie: Soldier faces checkpoint killing charges
Aidan McAnespie was hit by one of three bullets fired from a machine gun in County Tyrone in 1988.
Harry beats Harry to top TV audience
England's win over Tunisia attracts a peak television audience of 18.3 million on BBC One, while a record three million stream the game on the iPlayer and BBC Sport website.
Asos to ban silk, cashmere and mohair from its website
The fashion retailer updates its animal welfare policy to say its site will be free of the materials by 2019.
Judge says fracking not banned in Scotland
Ineos loses its legal challenge after a judge says "there is no prohibition against fracking in force".
Doncaster Christmas Day killer jailed for life
Lindsey Fletcher stabbed her 72-year-old step-grandfather more than 120 times with a steak knife.
Violent husband kept wife virtual prisoner for 16 years
Zeenit Bibi urges victims to seek help after her husband was jailed for coercive control and assault.
Drone finds missing man stuck in marshes in Titchwell
The 75-year-old went missing after being separated from friends while walking.
Celebrating England supporter flung from car bonnet
Police say they are not investigating the incident, which blocked the road outside a pub.
Cannabis debate: I appealed to the prime minister
Hannah Deacon, whose son suffers from epilepsy, says she was given a pledge by Theresa May
Badger lessons aim to tackle persecution
School children in Scotland have been learning about badgers as part of a drive to stamp out badger persecution in the area.
The personal stylists helping out-of-work women
Smart Works charity offers styling and interview coaching for women who are struggling to find work.
Inside the Glasgow School of Art - Mackintosh's Masterpiece
Charles Rennie Mackintosh's most famous architectural creation has faced two devastating fires.
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Ceredigion schoolboy, 16, in skirt uniform protest
Louis Fice says he decided to wear a skirt after being sent home for wearing shorts in hot weather.
Drink drive McDonald's golf buggy teen banned for 12 months
Jamie Elliot, 18, tried to drive a golf buggy through a McDonald's drive-thru.
Legalising cannabis: What you need to know
The debate on legalising cannabis has been reignited by the case of a 12-year-old boy with epilepsy.
Microbead ban: Here are some natural alternatives
As the sale of products with microbeads is banned, skincare experts recommend the best alternatives.
NHS 70: How have hospitals changed for children?
It's 70 years since the start of the NHS. How have hospitals changed for child patients since 1948?
The Rolling Stones: How Eel Pie Island shaped the band's career
How a hidden hotel at Eel Pie Island helped make a name for the Rolling Stones.
'I was accused of being a member of ISIS'
A young mother from London was accused of being involved with ISIS after returning home from Turkey.
In Pictures: Queen in Windsor for Garter Day service
Members of the Royal Family and knights of the order were in their finery for the annual procession.
Demolition or restoration: What should happen to Glasgow School of Art?
Can the Glasgow School of Art building be saved or is it time to pull it down and start again?
Queen's 2018: Would technology temper the tennis outbursts?
After Johanna Konta's outburst on Sunday, BBC Sport asks whether technology would temper the outbursts in tennis.
Celebrating the flower growers of Britain
Photographer Tessa Bunney's pictures celebrate British Flowers Week..
Quiz: Test your England squad knowledge
How much do you know about England's World Cup squad?
Galloway's war of words with a mystery Wikipedia editor
"Philip Cross" has made thousands of Wikipedia edits. But he's been accused of bias against anti-war activists.