BBC News - UK 11 January 2018

Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK

The US president had been expected by British officials to open the new US embassy in London.

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BRCA gene mutation 'doesn't affect breast cancer survival'

Young women with breast cancer have the same survival rates regardless of whether they have the BRCA gene mutation, a study suggests.

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Coronation memories: Queen's advice on wearing a crown

The Queen looks back on her coronation and describes what it's like to wear the Imperial State Crown.

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BBC 'deeply unimpressed' over Carrie Gracie pay jokes

Presenters John Humphrys and Jon Sopel were reportedly recorded joking about the gender pay gap.

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Rail strikes hit Northern, Greater Anglia, South Western and Merseyrail

RMT union members stage a 24-hour walkout for the third time in less than a week.

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Shahida Shahid's allergy death was 'terrible mistake'

The student suffered severe brain damage after the restaurant meal and died three days later.

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Watchdog to review £11bn UK roll-out of smart meters

The National Audit Office will investigate whether the metres will save money for households.

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Government to hold pensions talks with Carillion

Officials will meet with the major contractor which is struggling under £1.5bn of debt.

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Nigel Farage warming to second EU referendum

The ex-UKIP leader suggests he is close to backing a fresh vote - before backtracking hours later.

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HMRC 'hit by Brexit and Paradise Papers'

MPs are "far from confident" HM Revenue and Customs can cope with leaked tax avoidance allegations.

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Ex-BHS boss guilty over failure to provide pension data

The businessman who bought the firm for £1 failed to provide information on its retirement schemes.

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Chelsea's £1bn stadium hit by family row

How Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's plans to build Europe's most expensive stadium are being held up by a family living in the shadow of Stamford Bridge.

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The 3,000-mile trip for mental health

Jake Tyler began his epic expedition after suffering a "breakdown" in April 2016.

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A plastic-free high street by 2042?

Many high street stores use plastic to protect their fruit and vegetables.

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Black pudding saves Totnes butcher trapped in freezer

Chris McCabe used the sausage as a battering ram on the release mechanism.

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Who will be best man at Harry and Meghan's wedding?

Prince William says Prince Harry hasn't asked him to be best man yet at his wedding to Meghan Markle.

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Magician Dynamo surprises Hampshire youth club

The world famous magician performs tricks at a youth club and offers its members some advice.

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Northampton petrol station evacuated after car fire

A busy town centre road is closed after a vehicle bursts into flames.

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Meet Rex Orange County: Runner-up on the BBC Sound of 2018

Rex Orange County is at number two in the BBC Sound of 2018. He talks about being a child musician and why he has such an unusual name.

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S Club 7's Paul puts his Brit Award on eBay

Paul Cattermole from S Club 7 has listed his Best British Newcomer Brit Award from 2000 for auction.

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Black pudding saves butcher trapped in freezer

When Chris McCabe became trapped in a walk-in freezer, he used the oversized sausage to make his escape.

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Newspaper headlines: EU referendum 'hope' and 'no Trump visit'

Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage's comments about a fresh EU vote make many of Friday's front pages.

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Could Yorkshire Ripper be linked to Sweden killings?

Unravelling a 40-year-old mystery

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How hate crimes can affect a whole community

Tens of thousands are victims of hate crimes each year - but the effects go even wider.

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7 days quiz: Have you paid attention this week?

7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?

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Reality Check: Is NHS funding worse in Wales?

Theresa May criticised the NHS in Wales for missing targets and claimed funding had been cut.

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Solo survivor of WWI double warship disaster

William Sissons was the only survivor after two warships ran aground in a blizzard 100 years ago.

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Have the Tories blown hot and cold on the environment?

Theresa May's environment policy pledge is the latest step in the party's journey on the issue.

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BBC Sound of 2018: Chorister-turned-pop singer Rex Orange County is second

Rex Orange County is runner-up in the BBC Music Sound of 2018, thanks to his heart-on-sleeve pop songs.

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The areas where house prices rose fastest in 2017

Prices rose steeply in Wales and parts of the Midlands, but fell in Northern Ireland, the Halifax says.

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