BBC News - UK 31 January 2018

Hyponatraemia inquiry: Children's hospital deaths were avoidable

A 14-year inquiry into the deaths of five children delivers damning criticism of medical professionals.

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Carrie Gracie tells MPs of BBC pay 'insult'

The BBC's former China editor is talking about equal pay in front of MPs at a select committee.

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Formula 1: 'Grid girls' will not be used at races this season

'Grid girls' will no longer be used by Formula 1 from the start of the 2018 World Championship season.

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I'm not a quitter, says Theresa May amid leadership questions

The PM issues a defiant response to critics, as she begins a trade mission to China.

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Mylee Billingham: Police yet to question father over death

The father of Mylee Billingham was arrested on suspicion of murder but remains in hospital.

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M&S plans to close up to 14 stores

Six stores will close by April with another eight stores under threat, the retailer says.

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Duke and duchess meet Swedish children for mental health talk

William and Kate are also meeting some of the country's cultural leaders during their two-day tour.

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Tariq Ramadan: French police question Muslim scholar over rape claims

Oxford University's Tariq Ramadan is taken into custody in Paris following allegations by two women.

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Professor Green hits out at Bournemouth 'anti-homeless' benches

Bournemouth council says it fitted bars on benches after complaints about rough sleepers.

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UK's Bangkok embassy sold by Foreign Office for £420m

The money from the sale will be used to renovate buildings across the UK's diplomatic service.

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'Roman haul' turns out to be TV show Detectorists prop

The 50 "gold" coins and pottery had earlier been buried by the crew of the BBC show Detectorists.

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Helen Dunmore's daughter: Mum's last poems told us not to fear death

Helen Dunmore, who has won Costa Book of the Year, wrote her final poem two weeks before dying.

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Water pipe bursts outside London Bridge station

Network Rail said the "geyser" was "quickly contained" outside London Bridge station.

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Leo Gormley: Burns survivor smiles with brother's help

Leo Gormley was left with life-threatening injuries following the fire in a shop.

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Pringles taken in vending machine raid at Berkshire stables

Vending machines were smashed at stables in Berkshire and the peckish duo took 47 tubes of the crisps.

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Book-burning Pontypridd librarian jailed for thefts

A "lonely" librarian stole hundreds of books and tried to destroy the evidence by burning them.

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