BBC News - UK 26 January 2018

Leeds crash: Boy, 15, detained for causing deaths

The stolen car "split in two" as it crashed into a tree in Leeds, killing three boys and two men.

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Olivia Edohasim: Dad jailed for daughter's crash death

Chizoro Edohasim ploughed his Toyota Auris into a wall after speeding through a red light.

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Amazon removes magnetic putty from website over arsenic fears

A magnetic putty toy is no longer on sale after dangerous levels of arsenic were found in a product.

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Six male BBC presenters agree to pay cuts

Nicky Campbell, Huw Edwards and Jeremy Vine are among those to accept lower pay after a BBC pay row.

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Donald Trump prepared to apologise for Britain First retweets

The US president says he knew nothing about Britain First before retweeting the group's videos.

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Birmingham pub bombings: Court overturns coroner's ruling

Two High Court judges say they will "quash" the decision not to name potential suspects.

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UK economic growth exceeds forecasts, ONS says

Economic growth is a better than expected 0.5% for the last three months of 2017, official figures say.

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Sandeep Samra, 18, jailed for Syria terrorist acts bid

A judge says Sandeep Samra, 18, was effectively "training" herself to watch extreme content.

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James Chilvers death: Woman charged with murder

Magdalena Lesicka, 31, of Beaford Road, Wythenshawe, has been charged murdering James Chilvers.

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Daily Mail apologises to Nicola Sturgeon over flag story

The Scottish Daily Mail prints a correction to its story about the Union flag being flown in Scotland.

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Axe-wielding Bolton 'vigilante' video is 'fake news', say police

Police say it is "unfortunate" the video was taken seriously by newspapers.

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Matthew Buckworth jailed for killing Sonny Stephenson with spade

A spade was thrown at Sonny Stephenson's head as he rode a motorbike through Guisborough.

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Driver on phone at wheel of holiday coach

Sean Davies admits being 'silly' after being filmed using his mobile while driving passengers through Belgium.

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Norfolk County Council's 'gleeful' no-gritting tweet

Council criticised for a "sun has got its hat on" tweet about not gritting the roads.

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Britain's worst potholes?

The RAC has recorded a spike in pothole-related breakdowns in the last three months of 2017. But how bad are the potholes where you are?

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What has happened to the Grenfell donations?

An update on whether donations to survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire have reached them yet.

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'It was an awful, uncomfortable night'

Workers in the hospitality industry tell Newsbeat they have been groped at work and asked to work in their underwear.

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Ten things we've learned from MPs on Instagram

Could the picture-sharing app become politicians' social media platform of choice?

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