BBC News - UK 5 December 2017

Labour attacks 'embarrassing' Brexit talks

The PM has days to get Brexit talks back on track after the DUP objects to Irish border proposals.

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Storm Caroline to hit Scotland followed by snow for wider UK

High winds have been forecast for Scotland and snow for other parts of the UK after the storm passes.

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Chicken nugget post had the most retweets in the UK in 2017

Because seemingly we can all relate to man who "needs his nuggs".

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Ashes: Joe Root gives England hope of winning second Test in Adelaide

Joe Root's 67 not out gives England hope of winning a compelling second Ashes Test but Australia remain favourites.

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Chariots of Fire athlete Liddell gets Scottish rugby cap

The daughter of Eric Liddell is to accept an international rugby cap in honour of her father.

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Rail fare rise biggest for five years

A passenger group calls the 3.4% average increase a "chill wind" for rail travellers.

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One in five patients regularly miss GP appointments

Missed GP appointments cost the NHS time and money and a new study reveals the extent of the problem.

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Jamal Mahmoud Pentonville prison death: Men not guilty

Basana Kimbembi is the only defendant guilty of intent to do Mohammed Ali grievous bodily harm.

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Hinkley Point's Cardiff Bay toxic mud claim 'alarmist'

300,000 tonnes of mud from Hinkley Point C is due to be dumped in the sea off Cardiff Bay.

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Airbnbs used as 'pop-up brothels' in south-east England

A sex worker says the short-term rentals are cheaper and easily attainable "with just a few clicks".

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Northern Ireland and England schools in global top 10 for reading

Both Northern Ireland and England have reached their highest point scores in reading tests taken in 50 countries.

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Castleford woman, 98, plays donkey in care home nativity play

A 98-year-old woman is playing the donkey in her first nativity play in Castleford.

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Northern Ireland and England schools in reading top ten

These primary school children think they're getting "smarter and smarter".

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