BBC News - UK 30 January 2018

Manchester Arena attack 'hero' jailed for theft

A judge tells homeless man Chris Parker, whole stole a phone and purse, he is "just a common thief".

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Finsbury Park attack suspect told police 'I'm flying solo'

Darren Osborne told police no-one else was involved in the attack near a London mosque, court hears.

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Black cats shunned for purr-fect selfies

A cat rescue shelter says black cats are being shunned as people strive for the purr-fect selfie.

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Britain First deputy Jayda Fransen blamed for baby's death

Britain First's leader and deputy leader are on trial accused of religiously-aggravated harassment.

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Five held in £50m cocaine seizure at Farnborough Airport

Five men are in custody after the drugs were found stashed in suitcases on a flight from Colombia.

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Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding in court on rape charges

Prosecutors begin their case against Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding, who deny charges of rape.

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Borrowers ignoring mortgage timebomb, says FCA

Nearly one in five mortgage-holders has an interest-only home loan, but many do not have a plan for the final bill.

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BBC review finds 'no gender bias in on-air pay decisions'

A report finds no gender bias in pay decision-making but criticises the way the BBC sets pay rates.

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Prince William wins bandy hockey shootout in Sweden

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge go head-to-head as they learn about the game in Sweden.

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Met Police apologise for Liam Allan rape case errors

Liam Allan, 22, endured "two years of mental torture" prior to charges against him being dropped.

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Brendan Cole 'in shock' at being dropped from Strictly Come Dancing

The dancer, who had been on the show since 2004, says the BBC decided not to renew his contract.

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David Tennant accepts phone-hacking damages

The TV actor received undisclosed substantial damages from the publishers of the News of the World.

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Fans and players salute Cyrille Regis ahead of a celebration of his life at The Hawthorns

The West Bromwich Albion first team along with manager Alan Pardew lined up with fans to pay their respects.

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Live WWI bomb kept above fireplace shelf in Norfolk

The owner thought the mortar had been deactivated and kept it above his fireplace for five years.

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Mastermind 'bans' Harry Potter and Fawlty Towers

The subject is most popular among applicants but only one contestant can tackle the series each year.

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Brain 'pacemaker' for Alzheimer's

Electrical brain stimulation may help dementia patients keep their independence for longer, scientists say.

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