BBC News - UK 24 January 2018

Presidents Club: Scandal-hit charity dinner organiser quits post

Charities are refusing donations after reports that women working at the men-only event were harassed.

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Finsbury Park attack: Man 'jumped on van driver'

Mohamoud Geedi, 28, says he was knocked over by a van, but got up and launched himself at the driver.

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Great British Bake Off's Nadiya Hussain hits back at Twitter troll

The 33-year-old TV cook reacts to a Twitter user who objected to "the spread of Muslims".

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Mylee Billingham died from single stab wound to chest

Eight-year-old Mylee Billingham's father is arrested on suspicion of her murder, police confirm.

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Magnetic Putty children's toy banned over arsenic fears

Trading standards say the Magnetic Putty product has seven times the amount of arsenic permitted.

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Elton John to make statement on future

The star, whose Las Vegas residency ends in March, is due to announce what could be his final tour.

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Phil Neville: England women head coach sorry for controversial tweets

New England women's team head coach Phil Neville apologises for past controversial tweets about women.

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Hundreds of cases dropped over evidence disclosure failings

About 900 cases were dropped last year due to police or the CPS failing to disclose evidence, figures show.

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Snake owner killed by his pet python

Animal lover Daniel Brandon, 31, died from asphyxiation and his python Tiny was found near his body.

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Welsh NHS computer issue affects GPs

Some doctors unable to access patient records as Welsh NHS IT systems experience "technical issues".

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Boy, 14, hurt in attack outside a Glasgow school

The teenager was found injured outside All Saints Secondary School in Glasgow on Wednesday morning.

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Cyclists may be banned from popular time trial racing route

Highways England wants to ban cyclists from parts of the A63 used in a popular time trial course.

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Attenborough makes impassioned speech at NTAs

Sir David Attenborough's impassioned speech at the NTAs was all about protecting "our beautiful world".

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Labour MP: 'Lads' culture has no place in our country'

MP Jess Philips addressed sexual harassment claims brought by an undercover reporter at a charity event.

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Award for girl, 11, who chased burglar in Sutton Coldfield

Robyn Birdsell found a man filling a rucksack with valuables at her home.

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David Davis v Jacob Rees-Mogg on Brexit transition

Brexit Secretary David Davis rejects fellow Tory's Jacob Rees-Mogg's suggestion it would be "more honest" to admit the UK plans to "de facto" stay in the EU for two extra years.

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UK unveils 2018 Eurovision Song Contest hopefuls

Two former contestants on The Voice are among those hoping to represent the UK this year.

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Eight-year-old 'inspiration' Kyle has true grit

Kyle Mackay, the schoolboy gritting machine, has been recognised by the community of Kiltarlity.

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5 things we learned on the NTAs red carpet

Holly and Phil talked about their friendship and Suranne Jones called for gender equality in acting.

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John Worboys: Would banning him from London be enforceable?

Sadiq Khan has said the rapist John Worboys should be banned from London. How would that work?

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Anya Shrubsole: England World Cup winner first woman on cover of Wisden

England World Cup winner Anya Shrubsole becomes the first woman to appear on the cover of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.

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