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Ministers 'must act on faulty white goods fire risk'
In a letter to Theresa May, the London Fire Brigade and others say white goods must be made safer.
Grimsby Town fans 'had to show bras' to Stevenage security
Grimsby Town fans were "treated as animals" by security staff at a League Two match, it is claimed.
Unpaid Dart Charge fines: Nick Freeman says UK is 'soft' on foreign drivers
Celebrity lawyer "Mr Loophole" says the UK is sending a bad message to Europe over unpaid fines.
Hate crimes: Online abuse 'as serious as face-to-face'
Tweeting abuse can be as "equally devastating" as shouting it, prosecutors are told.
MPs to gather for Big Ben's bongs ahead of silencing
The famous clock's Great Bell is to be silenced until 2021 to allow repairs to be completed.
'Stunt' claim over NI talks resumption date
Michelle O'Neill says power-sharing negotiations should restart but DUP calls proposal a "stunt".
NHS call for equality over private hospitals' tax break
NHS Trusts demand the same 80% rebate granted to those private hospitals that register as charities.
Beatles' original Eleanor Rigby score up for auction
Written by Paul McCartney and signed by producer George Martin, it is expected to fetch £20,000.
Dead mouse in Jiffy bag stalker given suspended jail sentence
Poppy Carter, 29, is given a two-year suspended jail sentence for stalking her ex-partner's girlfriend.
UK General Election 2017: 1.8 million Scots votes 'wasted'
Two-thirds of Scottish votes were wasted in June as they had no impact on the result, a study says.
British boy among Barcelona attack dead
Julian Cadman, a seven-year-old dual British-Australian national, was one of 13 people killed, it is confirmed.
Boy 'mown down' by stolen motorbike in Edinburgh hit-and-run
The 10-year-old is in a stable condition after being seriously hurt on a pedestrian crossing in Edinburgh.
Love Island's Olivia: I've received death threats
Olivia Attwood says she was told to expect online abuse, but has tried to not let it affect her.
Motorists using dash cams to inform on dodgy drivers
A pilot scheme which has seen action taken against dangerous drivers is being expanded across Wales.
Dad gets tattoo of brain shunt after daughter's surgery
Briar Hickenbottom-Marriott says she doesn't feel lonely any more after her dad's show of support.
Hassan Zubier says he’s 'no hero' after being caught up in Finland attack
Hassan Zubier was stabbed as he tried to save a woman caught up in the terror attack in Finland
Stephen Hawking: 'I wouldn't be here without the NHS'
The scientist backed the NHS in a speech that was critical of government policy and Jeremy Hunt.
Big Ben: Taking some time out
The chimes of Big Ben are due to fall silent for four years but this is not the first time the "great bell" has been in need of a little TLC.
How Sir Bruce Forsyth entertained us over the decades
From Strictly to The Price Is Right, we look back at the career of the British TV legend.
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Child Genius: 12-year-old Rahul wins Channel 4 show
Rahul's areas of expertise included 19th Century artists and Edward Jenner's medical innovation.
Tour of Britain race in Mansfield where cyclists banned
Cyclists face fines if they are caught riding in certain areas of the town.
Newspaper headlines: Tributes to 'cheeky' boy killed in Barcelona
Tributes to the British boy killed in the Barcelona terror attack make front-page headlines.
'I felt awful'
A bacterial infection spread through the former England rugby player's body after he was bitten.
Kicking off with I Owe You Nothing, Matt and Luke Goss roll back the years for Brosettes at the O2.
Sites for sore eyes
From the Angel of the North to Didcot Power Station, BBC News takes a tour of some the landmarks that signify journey's end.
Now you see it...
The car park in Wakefield has been destroyed to make way for redevelopment work.
Steadying the ship
The theatre's new artistic director Michelle Terry is hoping to steady the ship after a bumpy year.
'Available for anything'
As well as hosting hit game shows, he was in movies, a TV sitcom and tried to crack America.
Obituary: Sir Bruce Forsyth
In a 70-year career, Bruce Forsyth went from struggling variety performer to the king of Saturday night TV.
How Al Pacino...
Sensing an epileptic fit is imminent Frank turns to a tried and tested way of controlling his episodes and leans on Al Pacino in a pub.
Only 4% of the UK's adult population - and more women than men - now use a pawnbroker to get a loan.