BBC News - UK 30 December 2017

New Year Honours 2018: Barry Gibb, Ringo Starr and Darcey Bussell head list

The Bee Gee and the Beatle become Sir Barry and Sir Ringo while the Strictly judge is now Dame Darcey.

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Government silenced me, says Adonis

The Labour peer quit his independent advisory role, attacking Theresa May's handling of Brexit.

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Iuliana Tudos: Funeral fund for Finsbury Park stab victim tops £12k

The crowdfunding page was set up to help the family of Iuliana Tudos.

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Hard-hitting storylines prompt more calls to BBC helpline

Thousands contacted the BBC's Action Line in 2017, after dramas like Three Girls and Apple Tree Yard.

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Sheffield arrest fifth in 'terror plot' probe

Two properties in Sheffield are being searched following the man's arrest.

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'No name' hospital patient identified after social media appeal

NHS Forth Valley appealed on social media after a man who did not know his name was admitted to hospital.

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Millennials to secure 'inheritance boom'

But a think tank says inheritance will come too late to help young people on to the housing ladder.

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Missing Sophie Smith: Search continues for Gorleston student

People are continuing to look for Sophie Smith, who has not been seen since 26 December.

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Body of man wearing only socks found on Whitley Bay beach

Northumbria Police is asking residents if they have CCTV footage of the area.

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Two boys, 16, shot at takeaway in Plaistow

The gunman opened fire in the fast food restaurant in Plaistow on Friday evening, the Met said.

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£60m fund to make more British kids' TV

The cash will help commercial broadcasters make more home-grown children's programmes.

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Who's on the 2018 honours list?

Some of the famous names being honoured by the Queen.

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British astronaut Helen Sharman recognised in New Year’s honours

Helen Sharman, the first Briton in space, has been recognised in the New Year's honours.

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'We haven't wavered'

A photograph of a Scottish man and his Ghanaian wife has provoked a discussion on social media about interracial couples

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