BBC News - UK 10 January 2018

Churchill Hospital chemotherapy treatment 'unsustainable'

A memo to staff says patients face treatment delays because of staff shortages.

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Stockport woman 'killed dad and buried body in garden'

A 63-year-old is in custody after making a confession at Cheadle Heath police station.

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Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict

It was the first PMQs in 2018 and the first since Theresa May reshuffled her government.

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New Army recruitment adverts 'won't appeal to new soldiers'

Critics question the Army's new recruitment drive, which focuses on sexuality, emotion and religion.

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Kids adopted as 'kisses and cuddles not enough'

The judge said although the children - aged three and one - were loved, they needed "attuned parenting".

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Barry Bennell trial: Boys had 'untold rule not to report abuse'

A witness says he believed Barry Bennell could turn him into a professional footballer.

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Plastic bag charge: 5p levy could be extended in England

Corner shops could be told to charge shoppers for single-use carrier bags under new government plans.

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MP calls for ban on high-caffeine energy drinks

Maria Caulfield raised the issue after the suicide of a constituent, whose family said energy drinks contributed to his anxiety.

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Lady Lucan died after taking 'cocktail of drink and drugs'

Lady Lucan took her own life after diagnosing herself with Parkinson's disease, an inquest hears.

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Police probe source of Egypt Briton's drugs

Police are investigating how a British woman convicted of drug smuggling in Egypt obtained the painkillers

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Tommy Lawrence: former Liverpool and Tranmere goalkeeper dies

Former Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence dies at 77, the club have confirmed.

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Jo Whiley moves to BBC Radio 2 drivetime slot

The DJ will co-present a new show with Simon Mayo, while some long-running strands are scrapped.

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Bath hospital's giggle doctor making children smile

Dr Ding Dong entertains children in Bath's Royal United Hospital.

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Sister shares graveside photo to encourage smear tests

A cancer victim's sister has shared a graveside picture to highlight the importance of smear tests.

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Coconut controversy: Shoppers query use of plastic wrapping

Sainsbury's boss agrees the wrapping on coconuts is "daft" - but its supplier says it is recyclable.

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Chinese business chiefs pay £12,000 for dinner with David Cameron

Chinese business leaders are offered the chance to pay for dinner and a photo with the ex-PM.

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Ashes: Is cricket the hardest sport to win away from home?

Why is it so hard to win away from home in Test cricket? And how can these obstacles be overcome? BBC Sport investigates an age-old problem.

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How polluted is your street? Find out here

Enter your postcode to see what the air quality is like where you are living in Britain.

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Sound of 2018: Unsigned artist IAMDDB comes third

With a fearless attitude and sensual soul, Manchester vocalist IAMDDB is third on the BBC talent list.

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Why local music venues matter

As a new law is proposed to help UK music venues stay open, we speak to artists about why it matters.

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'I can't report boss for bullying' - MPs' staff tell their stories

Some working for MPs are routinely subjected to bullying and harassment, a BBC 5 live survey reveals.

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