BBC News - UK 1 February 2018

Brexit: Theresa May to fight EU transition residency plan

The PM says EU nationals arriving after the UK's exit should not automatically expect full rights.

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More Brits become millionaires

A total of 3.6 million households in Britain held wealth of more than £1m by June 2016.

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Two thirds of UK adults have 'nobody to talk to' about problems

A survey finds many UK adults feel they have nobody to speak to about problems such as mental health.

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Barry Bennell trial: Defence offers no evidence

Barristers for the former football coach say they will not call any witnesses or offer any evidence.

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Jackson and Olding rugby rape trial hears text details

In the text, the woman accusing the players of rape explained her reluctance to go to the police.

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Three million homes to get ultrafast broadband by 2020

Openreach says it will speed up the rollout of high-speed fibre connections to homes and businesses.

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Man admits Wandsworth prison drone pursuit death

Craig Kearney was chased by police after a drone was spotted being flown near Wandsworth prison.

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Alfie Evans: Continuing treatment 'inhumane'

Doctors want to stop life support for Alfie Evans, who has a degenerative neurological condition.

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Average age of first stroke in England falls, figures show

Average age of first stroke drops from 71 to 68 for men and 75 to 73 for women, data for England shows.

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Murder arrests over Wormwood Scrubs prison stabbing

Four prisoners are held on suspicion of murdering an inmate who was stabbed to death at Wormwood Scrubs.

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Religious extremists 'trying to pervert education'

The chief inspector of schools warns extremists are trying to "pervert education" in some schools.

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Tallulah Self, 18, was in hospital with anorexia

Film-maker Tallulah Self said a calorie-counting campaign was sending out a negative message to those living with eating disorders.

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Hijab Ambassador Shazia Hossen on why she started wearing one

Nike's first UK Hijab Ambassador Shazia Hossen and journalist Asha-Luul Hussein on why they started wearing a hijab in adulthood.

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ParalympicsGB's Abdi Jama on his wheelchair basketball career

Abdi Jama was left paralysed from the waist down after an accident but is now a wheelchair basketball star.

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Bucketing or torrents? Weather chat reviewed

It could soon be "bucketing", "chucking it down", or "caning it" where you are.

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Golden eagle rears chick in wild for first time in 100 years

An Irish bred golden eagle has successfully reared a chick in the wild for the first time in more than 100 years.

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