BBC News - UK 2 December 2017

Damian Green porn row: Police in 'dangerous territory'

Former chief constable says ex-officers are in "dangerous territory" by disclosing porn allegations.

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Whirlpool tumble dryers: MPs' anger as replacement ends

Whirlpool ends a scheme that had offered cut-price replacements for tumble dryers linked to a fire risk.

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Samuel Berkley: Family of teenager killed on M67 'heartbroken'

Samuel Berkley, 14, played for Hattersley FC and recently became an uncle.

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Chief vet defends support of larger hen cages

On Twitter, Nigel Gibbens says the pens are a "necessary defence" against bird flu.

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Dalston bus ticket clash: Eight police officers injured

Eight officers were injured and three people arrested after police were confronted by a crowd in east London.

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New heart for eight-week-old Charlie Douthwaite

Charlie Douthwaite was the youngest patient on the UK transplant waiting list.

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Barclays axes free Kaspersky product as a 'precaution'

The bank emailed 290,000 customers on Saturday following warnings about Russian security software.

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Children's commissioner may consider legal action over Universal Credit

Scotland's children's commissioner says the rollout of Universal Credit may be impacting on youngsters' human rights.

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Motorway PC stops van from falling off bridge

The vehicle was in danger of tumbling to the ground before PC Martin Willis arrived on the scene.

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Rugby League World Cup: Australia edge out England to retain trophy

Australia edge out England in a tight and nervy Rugby League World Cup final to retain the trophy.

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Ashes: Australia on top after day one of second Test in Adelaide

Australia make 209-4 on a rain-shortened opening day of the second Ashes Test against England in Adelaide.

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Car hits pedestrians after Brixton 'altercation'

Two groups argued shortly before several pedestrians were hit by a VW Golf in Brixton, south London.

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Lottery win means couple can marry after 30-year engagement

A £1m Lotto win not only saved a couple's house, it allowed them to get married.

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Migraine is 'not just a headache'

Tania suffers from extreme migraines that cause vomiting. A new treatment could ease that.

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Meeting Meghan and Harry

Paida Mutopo, who was born with HIV, was one of the first people to meet Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on their first official visit together in Nottingham.

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'Why I had double mastectomy'

When Carla Atherton found she had the faulty BRCA gene, she did everything to save her life.

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