BBC News - UK 28 January 2018

CCTV released of Hayes triple teenager 'death crash suspect'

Police say the images show a man who fled the scene after the "horrific" crash which killed three boys.

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Brexit: Conservatives 'must come together', says Lidington

David Lidington urges unity as a former cabinet minister says UK is heading for a "dilution of Brexit".

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Corbyn pledges 8,000 homes for rough sleepers

He says councils would also get powers to take over "deliberately kept empty properties".

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Donald Trump 'not aware' of any royal wedding invite

The US president says Prince Harry and Meghan Markle "look like a lovely couple".

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Isle of Lewis cinema opens on Sunday for first time

The latest Star Wars film is shown on a Sunday in the cinema on the Isle of Lewis.

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Teenager 'pointed gun at Lewisham officer's head'

A girl aged 14 and two boys aged 17 are arrested after an officer is threatened in south London.

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England beat Australia in thrilling first ODI at Perth's new Optus stadium

Tom Curran takes five wickets as England win the final one-day international against Australia by 12 runs in Perth.

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Body found in search for missing Lochnagar hillwalker

Police have confirmed a body was found on Sunday, believed to be that of the missing 65-year-old man.

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East Coast rail franchise decision investigated by watchdog

The NAO will examine why Virgin and Stagecoach were able to hand back the franchise early.

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Votes at 16: Wales voting reforms see voting age lowered

People aged 16 and 17 and non-UK citizens will be able to vote if Welsh Government plans are passed.

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Newport Lego fan moves house to fit 1,500 model collection

Toni Thomas owns a Lego collection worth £15,000 which got so big she had to move house.

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Corbyn on Brexit: 'We're not asking for a second referendum'

The Labour leader says he wants the UK to have a trade relationship with the EU.

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Trump: 'I would have taken a tougher stand in getting out'

President Trump tells ITV's Piers Morgan how he would have done things differently to Theresa May.

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