BBC News - UK 1 December 2017

David Davis 'warns No 10 not to sack Damian Green'

David Davis steps in to protect cabinet colleague after porn allegations, sources tell the BBC.

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David Dearlove jailed for 1968 Paul Booth murder

David Dearlove swung his 19-month-old stepson by his feet and smashed his head on a fireplace.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wow Nottingham crowds on first joint visit

Well-wishers in Nottingham come out in force to welcome Prince Harry and his new fiancee.

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World Cup draw: England face Belgium, Panama and Tunisia in Group G

England have been drawn with Belgium, Panama and Tunisia in Group G at next year's Fifa World Cup in Russia.

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Kaspersky Labs: Warning over Russian anti-virus software

The government issues a new warning about the security risks of using Russian anti-virus software.

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Toys R Us prepares to shut 25 stores

The toy retailer is to begin debt negotiations that may also lead to job losses, the BBC understands.

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Airport appeal reunites toy dog with owner

Basil - one of 21 lost cuddly toys featured in a Glasgow Airport video - is reunited with his owner.

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RBS to close one in four branches and shed 680 jobs

The state-backed bank says there has been a big drop in branch use as more people bank online.

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Derby Christmas tree 'exclusion zone' was 'over cautious', council says

Derby City Council admits the widely-ridiculed Christmas tree cordon was "over cautious".

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Brexit offer 'must be acceptable to Ireland'

European Council President Donald Tusk says "the key to the UK's future lies - in some ways - in Dublin".

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Supermarkets 'raise the price of Christmas biscuits'

Supermarkets hike the price of Christmas biscuit selections as butter prices soar, according to a report.

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Southampton University in new pay row

Vice-chancellor Sir Christopher Snowden was awarded a pay package of £424,000 last year.

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Harry and Meghan's first official outing

Crowds lined the streets of Nottingham for the newly-engaged royal couple's visit.

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Damian Green denies office pornography claims

The first secretary of state says he did not download or view pornography on his office computer.

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Daniel Corneille jailed for Sheerness traffic warden attack

The traffic warden suffered a fractured shoulder when he was assaulted by the defendant.

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GQ editor: Jeremy Corbyn photo shoot was 'tortuous'

GQ editor says Corbyn photo shoot was 'as difficult as shooting any Hollywood celebrity'.

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'Homeless stranger was my long-lost brother'

Siblings separated for 25 years have been reunited after one spotted the other in a Wigan churchyard.

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Foot-long pigs in blankets

A fish and chip shop in Leeds is dishing up an unusual delicacy as the festive season approaches.

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'Weinstein assaulted me in a bathroom'

British model Kadian Noble alleges the Hollywood producer groomed her in London before assaulting her in Cannes.

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Gay prayer for Prince George remarks 'unkind and destructive'

An Anglican minister says people should pray George is blessed with "the love of a fine young gentleman".

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Dawlish: 'Britain's bossiest town' to review signs

A visitor's online review of Dawlish said he felt 'bombarded' by the number of warning signs in the town.

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Killer caught on Facebook

How a faded picture started to unravel a 50-year-old unsolved murder.

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Harry and Meghan

Hundreds brave icy weather to catch a glimpse of Harry and Meghan's first official outing.

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Dodgy displays

These UK Christmas decorations are definitely not lit.

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'They shut my branch'

People of different ages and abilities tell the BBC how the banking closures will affect their lives.

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World Cup venues

Now we know where England are playing their first World Cup games, fans can start some proper planning

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Back on track?

Previously visited by just 12 passengers in a year, Shippea Hill saw a 1,200% rise in usage.

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School choices

Research suggests school starters are being increasingly grouped by ability - but is this a good thing?

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