BBC News - UK 25 January 2018

President Trump predicts 'tremendous increase' in UK-US trade

The US president also rejects "false rumours" of differences, insisting he and Theresa May "like each other a lot".

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Winter flu outbreak is peaking, say health experts

Flu cases are still rising - making it the worst season since 2011 - but the rate of increase has begun to slow.

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School league tables: See how your secondary school has done

Secondary school tables just published show one in eight in England is below government standards.

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Boy's headstone death 'could have been prevented'

The death of an eight year-old who was hit by a headstone in a cemetery could have been prevented, a sheriff rules.

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Scandal-hit gala prompts PM anti-sexism vow

Theresa May says she will continue to work to ensure women were "accepted and respected as equals".

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Crime statistics: Violent crime and sex offences rising

Reported levels of knife crime, robbery and sex offences are also up in England and Wales.

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Plastic bottles: Free water refill points rolled out to cut waste

Shops, cafes and businesses in every major city and town will provide refill points by 2021.

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Jack Adcock: Doctor struck off over six-year-old's death

Jack Adcock, six, died hours after being admitted to hospital with sickness and vomiting.

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Lowestoft 'frozen to death' patient had been evicted

Anthony Barnard is believed to have frozen to death outside the home from which he had been evicted.

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Rhondda Cynon Taff to introduce £100 fine for not recycling

A council says the move would be a "last resort" as it strives to meet tough recycling targets.

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Snake expert doubts pet python killed Daniel Brandon

Animal lover Daniel Brandon died from asphyxiation and his snake Tiny was found near his body.

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Sky signals the end of the satellite dish

Pay TV broadcaster will offer all its channels and content online as it seeks to enter new markets.

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PM Theresa May: 'I was appalled' by Presidents Club dinner

The scandal-hit men-only charity auction was attended by Children and families minister Nadhim Zahawi.

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Should men-only business events be a thing of the past?

Inappropriate behaviour at an all-male charity dinner raises questions about single-sex networking.

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Down and out in Middle England

Rough sleeping reaches record levels, moving beyond the big cities to towns where it seems shocking and out of place.

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