BBC News - UK 8 January 2018

Murdered woman was left without phone by police investigators

Katrina O'Hara's phone was seized by police days before she was stabbed to death by her ex-partner.

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I'm not finished, insists Andy Murray

Britain's Andy Murray has hip surgery in Melbourne and says he hopes to be playing again in time for the grass-court season.

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Barry Bennell: Ex-football coach admits seven child sex offences

Barry Bennell pleads guilty to child abuse charges between 1988 and 1991.

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BBC's Carrie Gracie 'could not collude' in pay discrimination

Carrie Gracie's decision to quit her BBC China post in protest is backed by colleagues and MPs.

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Baby's heart surgery cancelled five times by Leeds hospital

One-year-old Evelyn Johnston-Smith needed surgery to repair a hole in her heart.

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GCSE computing: Students' work will not count

The decision follows repeated online leaks of questions and answers, the exams regulator says.

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James Brokenshire: Northern Ireland Secretary resigns

The Northern Ireland Secretary resigns due to ill health and says he requires lung surgery.

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Two men face modern slavery and human trafficking charges

They are accused of keeping three men in squalid conditions and forcing them to work for little or no pay.

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Briton 'freed' in Dubai after being found with 'too many pills'

Perry Coppins said was stopped by customs officials in the United Arab Emirates for having "too many pills" on him.

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Nicola Sturgeon: 'No Brexit preferable to no deal'

Scotland's first minister tells the BBC that single market membership is the "least damaging" outcome to Brexit.

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Alton Towers' wooden rollercoaster to open in spring

The Wicker Man rollercoaster will be the first ride to combine wood and fire, Alton Towers say.

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Carrie Gracie: I want equality, not more money

The BBC's China editor resigned from her position, citing pay inequality with male international editors.

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Has Lana Del Rey copied Radiohead's Creep?

Lana Del Rey has been accused of copying Radiohead on her song, Get Free. Compare the two songs here.

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'My skin blisters at the slightest touch'

Moin Younis goes through an excruciating skin care routine each day, that can last up to six hours.

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Sound of 2018: Get to know Pale Waves

Meet Pale Waves, the sparkling indie band who've taken fifth place in the BBC Music Sound Of 2018.

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BBC Sound of 2018: Pale Waves interview

Dreamy Manchester goth-pop group Pale Waves take fifth place on the BBC's new music list.

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'Aussie' flu - should we be worried?

The NHS is braced for a bad flu season as the 'Australian' virus strain H3N2 dominates.

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Ashes: The winners and losers from the 2017-18 series

Australia regained the urn with a 4-0 victory over England, but who are BBC Sport's winners and losers of the 2017-18 Ashes series?

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