BBC News - UK 12 December 2017

UK inflation rate at near six-year high

Inflation hits 3.1% as the squeeze on household incomes continues.

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Brexit: Right-to-stay forms 'will only take minutes'

And a UK minister says decisions on EU nationals' applications shouldn't take more than two weeks.

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UK snow: Travellers struggle as icy conditions persist

Wintry conditions continue to cause delays for travellers as hundreds of schools remain closed.

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Multiyork cuts staff as it searches for a buyer

The Norfolk-based firm has shed 112 staff and left a further 500 employees facing uncertainty.

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Tech firms could be held liable for extremism and abuse

The BBC understands that an independent ethics watchdog will recommend new laws on online content.

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Trump UK visit expected in new year, US ambassador says

Woody Johnson says the president will visit in 2018 despite "ruffled feathers" over recent tweets.

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Salford house fire: Five questioned over child deaths

Three children died in the suspicious Salford fire and a three-year-old is in a critical condition.

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Rail passengers 'misled' over festive tickets

Customers have been sold tickets for trains that will not run or will be disrupted, a watchdog says.

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Blyth dog attack: Claire Neal jailed after children attacked

The Staffordshire bull terrier attacked the children after it escaped from the defendant's house.

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MP's aide Samuel Armstrong faces Westminster rape trial

Jurors hear the alleged victim was found in distress running through the corridors of Westminster.

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Woman 'just left to die' in Tulse Hill hit-and-run

The victim was hit by four vehicles on a pedestrian crossing and none of the drivers stopped.

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Forties pipeline 'will be shut down for weeks rather than days'

A major oil pipeline is still expected to be shut for several weeks, as first images of the site are released.

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Skin betting: 'Children as young as 11 introduced to gambling'

Gamers as young as 11 bet using virtual weapons within video games which are then exchanged for cash.

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Grenfell fire: Survivors still living in hotels

Tiago Alves says he feels he is living in limbo, six months after the tragedy.

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'Levi Bellfield raped me hundreds of times,' says ex-partner

Jo Collings, Bellfield's former partner, says "whatever he wanted to do, he did".

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The dress for dogs designed in Hove and selling for £40,000

The dress, which is encrusted with diamante jewels, is expected to be sold overseas.

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Blue Peter badges for royal couple

The royal couple receive the accolade for their campaign work on mental health issues affecting children.

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'Don't listen to Peppa Pig'

There are concerns the Pig family's inappropriate doctor calls encourage people to behave similarly.

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Monster 'fatberg' on display

A slice of a monster fatberg, clogging up London's sewers, is going on display in a museum.

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My on-air nightmare

When Alex Ritson's blood sugar dropped, he was glad his team at the BBC World Service knew what to do.

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