BBC News - UK 29 December 2017

UK weather: More snow brings 'nasty' travel conditions

Heavy snow hits parts of the UK including Scotland, where Glasgow airport suspended flights.

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Drunk tanks may become norm, NHS boss warns 'selfish' revellers

Simon Stevens warns 'selfish' revellers that the NHS does not stand for 'National Hangover Service'.

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Rhian Brewster: England and Liverpool striker alleges racial abuse

England and Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster says he has experienced racial abuse since he was 12.

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Two men in court accused of Christmas terror plot

A chip shop owner and a second man are both charged with preparing an act of terrorism.

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Don't let Brexit talks 'mute centenary' of Great War, historian warns

A prominent historian says the sacrifice of the Great War should be marked, despite sensitivities around Brexit talks.

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Louise and Jamie Redknapp granted divorce

A judge concluded the singer and former footballer's relationship was "irretrievably" broken

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Gangmaster agency chief Paul Broadbent dies aged 54

Paul Broadbent's death was described by the Gangmaster agency as "a shattering tragedy".

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1987 papers reveal 'MI5 plot to kill Irish PM'

Irish state papers include a claim an MI5 officer asked loyalists to assassinate Charles Haughey.

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Take three steps before visiting GP, public urged

Patients are being urged to consider other options before making an appointment with their family doctor.

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Uproar as Nathan Ward accused appears in court

Police intervene as two people rush towards a man accused of murdering a woman on Christmas Day.

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Caldey Island: Compensation call for sex abuse victims

Caldey Island abuse victims should be compensated by the founding monastery, a devotee says.

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Missing Sophie Smith: Coastguard searches Norfolk shoreline

Sophie Smith has not been seen since she left her home in the early hours of Boxing Day.

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Timelapse shows snowbound Glasgow airport

Staff at Glasgow airport used tractors to clear the runways.

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World first for dog's broken leg

A new treatment that has saved a dog's broken leg is to be tried on humans.

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Sophie Smith: Father appeals for missing student to come home

Sophie Smith, 21, was last seen heading towards the seafront at Gorleston, Norfolk.

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Going for gold behind bars

An outdoors expedition meant camping on a prison football pitch, but it helped turned around a young inmate's life.

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