BBC News - UK 30 November 2017

Theresa May: Trump was 'wrong' to retweet far-right posts

But the prime minister rejects calls for a planned state visit by the US president to be cancelled.

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Sammy Wilson warns Brexit talks may jeopardise DUP-Tory deal

MP says any attempt to "placate Dublin and the EU" will threaten DUP support for the UK government.

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Boat crash widow has £30,000 prosthetic legs stolen

Victoria Milligan, 45, lost her left leg in a speedboat crash that killed her husband and daughter.

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Girls could inherit if they change gender, says Earl

Lord Balfour suggests that changes to gender law could provide a way for his daughter to inherit his title.

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Terrorists 'certain' to get killer robots, says defence giant

Swarming drones and other AI-enabled weapons will soon fall into the wrong hands, Lords are told.

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Net migration falls by more than 100,000 after Brexit vote

Net migration was down by nearly a third to 230,000 in the year since the referendum, figures show.

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Poppi Worthington inquest: Father sobs as asked about abuse

Paul Worthington refuses to answer when asked directly if he sexually abused his daughter before her death.

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Care homes: Public 'pay unfair fees to plug £1bn shortfall'

Charges after death and over-the-top upfront fees for self-funders highlighted by the markets watchdog.

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Shell reveals gender pay gap of 22%

The oil giant says the difference in UK pay rates is because of a skills gap.

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Man sought over 25 sexual assaults in south London

Police believe the attacks on children and women in London were carried out by the same person.

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More gamblers 'self-excluding' as online betting grows

The gambling industry has a "great responsibilty" to prevent harm to customers, regulators say.

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Chennai Six: Freed Briton Nick Dunn 'just wants a bath'

Former soldier Nick Dunn says it feels like a dream to be freed after being held for four years in India.

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Mum's sign to help people understand her autistic son

Lisa has put a sign outside asking neighbours not to phone the police if Ryan has a 'meltdown'.

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NZ PM: Do you like pineapple lumps?

Jacinda Ardern gives Ed Sheeran a citizen test

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Prince George asks Santa for police car on dad's Finland trip

Prince William hands over his son's short Christmas list during his trip to Finland.

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Snow falls on England's east coast beaches

Parts of the east coast of England are witnessing snow settling for the first time in years.

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