BBC News - UK 22 December 2017

Skipton Aldi stabbing: Tributes paid to Jodie Willsher

Staff and customers restrained Jodie Willsher's attacker in the Skipton store before police arrived.

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Boris Johnson says UK wants better relations with Russia

Boris Johnson and Sergei Lavrov clash over cyber-attacks but also trade jokes after talks in Moscow.

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Christmas getaway: 'Beer explodes' in M40 lorry fire

Witnesses say bottles of Stella exploded in the M40 lorry blaze.

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Banbury mother dies after raising £40,000 for sons

Sam Kyme wanted a new life for her boys with her sister's family in Australia after her death.

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Plane comes off Bristol Airport runway after landing

None of the 25 passengers were hurt but flights into and out of Bristol Airport are suspended.

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Celebrity chef Nick Nairn assaulted in Aberdeen

The chef - known from Ready Steady Cook and Landward - was attacked in Aberdeen by two "feisty chaps".

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'Iconic' blue British passport to return after Brexit

The 'iconic' design will replace the burgundy passports that have been in use for almost 30 years.

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Natalie Lewis-Hoyle death: MP's daughter 'found hanged in room'

The body of Natalie Lewis-Hoyle was discovered by her mother, an inquest into her death hears.

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Jenna Miller death: Drivers jailed for fatal crash race

Joseph Fettah was racing Jamie Oaten who crashed into Jenna Miller's car, killing her.

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Crumbling Parliament could be next Grenfell, Black Rod warns

Black Rod urges MPs to back a £3.5bn plan to repair the Houses of Parliament to prevent a "major fire".

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Royal police officer sentenced over indecent images

Adam Cox created an alter ego of a 17-year-old girl to exchange explicit chat with three men online.

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Royal Opera House: Thousands evacuated over 'suspicious package'

More than 2,500 people were evacuated from the Royal Opera House when a "suspicious package" was found.

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'No 10 knew' of Damian Green claims in 2016, says Kate Maltby

Kate Maltby raised concerns about Damian Green's conduct with aides but Theresa May says she was not told.

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Christmas getaway: 'Frantic Friday' delays for travellers on road and rail

There are delays on roads and the rail network as many people begin their Christmas getaway.

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Mother thanks 999 call handler who helped save her baby

Jasmin Legg has thanked the 999 call handler who helped save her four-week-old son's life.

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Christmas decorations: Great or ghastly?

BBC news looks at Christmas displays that have either impressed or distressed.

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Edinburgh boy gets bionic hand for Christmas

The 10-year-old, who was born without his right hand, has dreamed of having the £10,000 prosthetic.

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Thousands mark 'peaceful' winter solstice at Stonehenge

More than 5,000 people brave the damp weather to welcome the first sunrise after the solstice.

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Hamilton: No Lin-Manuel Miranda in London 'before 2019'

As the Broadway hit opens in the West End, its creator rules out playing the title role in London - for now.

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