BBC News - UK 23 January 2018

Thousands of jobs at risk at Sainsbury's

The supermarket chain is looking to save £500m over the next three years.

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Ethan Stables trial: Neo-Nazi 'planned Pride event machete attack'

A Facebook user told police about Ethan Stables' plan to attack the gay night at a pub, a jury hears.

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Windsor Conservatives resign in royal wedding 'begging' row

Two councillors resign following a council leader's call to clear rough sleepers from Windsor.

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Kayak instructor Adam Vaughan missing in Ecuador

Cardiff-based kayak instructor Adam Vaughan was caught up in flash floods that killed two others.

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Boris Johnson rebuked over NHS cash plea

Theresa May tells the foreign secretary conversations about health funding should be in private.

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Ben Bradley: I cocked up over blog posts about jobless

Ben Bradley has been criticised for writing about "a vast sea of unemployed wasters" in 2012.

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DNA hope in rape case from 35 years ago

Detectives are trying to find a rapist who had a terrier type dog with him when he attacked a teenage girl.

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Travel chaos after gas leak shuts Charing Cross station

Roads and rail stations are reopened following a major gas leak just off the Strand.

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Wind farm worker, 74, dies after being stranded in snow

The man and a younger colleague were left without heat or power at a wind farm in East Ayrshire.

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London to get new fountains to cut plastic waste

Sadiq Khan hopes better access to water fountains will cut the number of plastic bottles used.

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UK's Edmund reaches Australian Open semis

Britain's Kyle Edmund stuns third seed Grigor Dimitrov to reach his first Grand Slam semi-final at the Australian Open.

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The good A&E facing unprecedented winter pressures

How a hospital with some of the best NHS waiting times ended up with patients waiting in corridors.

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Bedford young gymnasts take on 'mermaiding'

Gymnasts take the trend of swimming with mermaid tails to the next level by performing acrobatics.

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Sex worker Charlotte Rose: 'Why I sell myself on the internet'

Charlotte Rose said selling sex via the internet means she has time to spend with her children.

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Fly-tipping on Adam Hiskey memorial on A414 at Ongar

A woman says she will track down fly-tippers who have dumped rubbish on her dead brother's memorial.

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Driver caught with shed on roof

Police say the driver was issued with a fixed penalty notice as a result of the insecure load.

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Indie band sponsors school football team

The band bought several sets of strips for youngsters at St Roch's primary in Glasgow.

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From Yorkshire to the Bahamas ... Edmund's tennis journey

How a toddler from Yorkshire rose to the top of the tennis world - BBC Sport charts the rise of Britain's Australian Open semi-finalist Kyle Edmund.

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