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Murder inquiry after children die in fire

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A murder investigation is under way after three children were killed in the blaze in Salford.

Keith Chegwin: 'True telly legend' dies aged 60

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The veteran TV presenter has died aged 60 after a long illness, his family says.

UK snow: Bad weather hits air, rail and sea travel

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Heathrow cancels a quarter of flights as freezing conditions continue to affect parts of the UK.

Harassment survey: 'I'm a waitress but I feel like a sex worker'

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Two in five UK women say they have experienced unwanted sexual behaviour at work, a BBC survey finds.

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Brexit deal 'good news' for all, says May

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Theresa May tells MPs the agreement should reassure both Leave and Remain supporters.

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Major NHS trust put in special measures

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Health regulator NHS Improvement announces the step after trust chairman, Lord Kerslake, resigns.

Police's £50k reward to solve Leigh girl's 1984 murder

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Lisa Hession, 14, was found sexually attacked and strangled but her killer was never found.

Arteta cuts head & milk thrown at Mourinho in Man Utd-Man City post-derby row

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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has water and milk thrown at him and Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta suffers a cut head in a post-match row.

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Could Còsagach be Scotland's version of Hygge?

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Còsagach - the feeling of being snug and cosy - is hailed as the Scottish rival to the Danish concept of Hygge.

Huntington’s breakthrough may stop disease

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Scientists say it could be the biggest breakthrough in neurodegenerative diseases for 50 years.

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Grenfell Tower fire: Inquiry 'could bring measure of closure'

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Hearing the voices of the bereaved and survivors is "of great importance", the lead counsel says.

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Megan Bannister: Friend calls for 'duty to help' law

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A friend of Megan Bannister says the men who gave her drugs "treated her like trash".

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UK's new highest mountain in Antarctic

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Scientists re-measure the tallest mountains in the Antarctic territory claimed by Britain.

Galloway national park fight stepped up

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Campaigners produce a discussion paper looking at the potential boundaries and cost of the proposal.

'We are coming for you' message on abuse

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The police campaign promises zero tolerance on domestic abuse which increased by 25% last Christmas.

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I'm A Celebrity 2017 winner revealed

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The winner of the ITV show was crowned by Ant and Dec on Sunday evening.

Thornton Heath kidnap: Arrests made over 50-hour ordeal

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The victim, 24, was stripped naked, tied up and beaten after being lured to a house in Croydon.

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UK snow: Power and travel disruption across country

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Weather affects travel and leads to power cuts, with hundreds of schools set to stay closed on Monday.

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Plymouth Pryzm nightclub deaths: Tributes paid to teenagers

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The teenagers, who are suspected to have taken ecstasy, were found collapsed in the early hours.

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UK minister seeks 'Canada plus' trade deal

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The Brexit secretary says he wants a tariff-free trade deal, as Labour suggests paying for market access.

Sunday, Dec 10

Max Clifford dies in hospital aged 74

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Former celebrity publicist Max Clifford has died in hospital, aged 74, after collapsing in prison.

Johnson's talks on jailed Briton in Iran 'worthwhile'

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The foreign secretary says progress has been made over jailed British-Iranian mother's release.

Two-year degrees to lower tuition fees

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Jo Johnson wants to change a system where three-year degrees have "crowded out" anything else.

'My dad was controlling but I didn't think he could kill my mother and sister'

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Data shows current or ex-partners behind two-thirds of the 113 killings of women by men last year.

Saturday, Dec 9

Johnson in 'frank talks' on jailed Briton Zaghari-Ratcliffe

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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and his Iranian counterpart discuss Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe during meeting.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Boris Johnson meets Iranian counterpart

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The foreign secretary is pressing for release of dual nationals, including Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.

England's Duckett dropped after Anderson bar incident

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Ben Duckett is dropped from an Ashes tour game and also suspended after pouring a drink over England bowler James Anderson in a Perth bar.

Unhappy voters 'can change Brexit deal'

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People who "dislike the arrangement" can change it at the ballot box, says the environment secretary.

Friday, Dec 8

UK snow: Ice could add to travel disruption as temperatures drop

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Significant snowfall is forecast for the weekend, with warnings some communities could be cut off.

Brexit: 'Breakthrough' deal paves way for future trade talks

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Divorce bill estimated at up to £39bn as Theresa May gets agreement on Irish border issue.

Anorexic student Averil Hart 'failed by every NHS body'

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University student Averil Hart's family say she starved herself to death in 10 weeks.

Irish border: New draft Brexit plan could break deadlock

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There are "serious ideas" on the table, a source says, as talks over the Irish border go into the night.

Thursday, Dec 7

Boris Johnson explains 'EU can go whistle' remark

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Foreign secretary says he was talking about "very extortionate sums" he had seen reported in the summer.

Terrorists have nowhere to hide, says defence secretary

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British armed forces will "bring destruction" to jihadists, says Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson.

Storm Caroline disrupts travel and closes schools

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Rail and ferry services are cancelled and dozens of schools are closed as the storm approaches.

Four hour A&E waits for 3m patients

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Nurses and doctors fear patients are being put at risk after numbers waiting over four hours doubles.

Wednesday, Dec 6

Brexit: PM urged not to let Eurosceptics 'dictate' talks

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Theresa May is urged not to allow Eurosceptic MPs in her party to "dictate the terms" of the talks.

Impact assessments of Brexit on the UK 'don't exist'

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Labour calls it a "shambles" but David Davis says impact assessments would be of "near zero" use.

PC James Dixon: Tributes paid to 'hugely respected' officer killed in crash

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PC James Dixon, whose wife is heavily pregnant, died in a collision on the A4 in Berkshire.

Man held over alleged plot to kill UK PM

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Court hears of a plan to bomb Downing Street security gates before trying to kill Theresa May.