BBC News - UK 5 January 2018

James Bulger killer Jon Venables charged over indecent images

Jon Venables, one of the killers of toddler James Bulger, is charged over indecent images of children.

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John Worboys: Parole chief apologises to victims

Prof Nick Hardwick said he was "shocked" some victims were not told of the sex attacker's release.

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Zara Tindall: Queen's granddaughter pregnant with second child

The Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall and husband Mike Tindall are expecting their second child.

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Triple killer Theodore Johnson jailed for 26 years

Theodore Johnson had already killed two women when he attacked ex-girlfriend Angela Best.

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AK47s and grenades found in North Ockendon building

Essex Police say the weapons could have caused 'considerable harm' in the wrong hands.

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UK car sales see first drop for six years

Car sales in the UK fell by 5.7% last year, with drivers continuing to shun diesel-powered engines.

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More students found cheating in GCSE and A-level exams

The number of students caught cheating in exams has risen by 25% in a single year, official figures show.

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Freemasons reject claims they blocked police reforms

Chief executive Dave Staples rejected earlier claims that Freemasons were "looking after their own".

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Manchester Airport: Detectives sacked for skipping duties

The male and female constables lied about spending 'extended periods of time' in their office.

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Stephen Fry steps down as Bafta Film Awards host

The long-time awards MC says it's time to "let others take the Baftas on to new heights".

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Trial of laser beams to scare sea eagles from lambs

The beams will be shone on a hillside to see if they scare the birds away from sheep flocks.

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Danny Kay: Rape conviction man 'let down' by system

Danny Kay spent two years in prison before a relative found deleted Facebook messages, which cleared his name.

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Controversial decison

The decision to free the sex attacker has been condemned by victims' groups and charities.

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