BBC News - UK 2 February 2018

Finsbury Park attacker Darren Osborne jailed for minimum of 43 years

Darren Osborne, who drove a van into a crowd of Muslims in London, will serve a minimum of 43 years.

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Theresa May under pressure over Brexit position

The prime minister faces growing calls to say whether she wants close ties to the EU or a cleaner break.

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Swansea Council considers parking charges for teachers

Teachers could be charged for parking in Swansea, with the money going to school funds.

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Police in Pembrokeshire stop car driven without tyre

Officers say the car was also missing a front panel and appeared to have leads dangling on to the road.

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Prostate cancer deaths overtake those from breast cancer

An ageing population means more men are developing and dying from prostate cancer.

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Russell Bishop pleads not guilty to Brighton schoolgirl murders

Russell Bishop is accused of killing Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway, both aged nine.

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MP bids to end 'unfair' civil partnership inequality

The government also backs plans to allow mothers' names to be included on marriage certificates.

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Duke and duchess attend gala dinner in Norway

William and Kate fly in from Sweden for the second and final leg of their Nordic tour.

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Nottingham railway station fire: Woman arrested

She is being questioned on suspicion of arson over the blaze at Nottingham railway station.

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Black Watch soldier dies in Iraq

The death of Capt Dean Sprouting, who was serving at Al Asad Air Base, was not due to enemy action.

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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding date set

The princess will marry Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor on 12 October.

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Bus lodged against tanning salon after crash in Kirkintilloch

The driver of the McGill's bus has been taken to hospital following the incident in Kirkintilloch.

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Tide the knot? Tourist uses beach art for proposal

A boyfriend travels 10,000 miles to Wales propose with a giant message in the sand.

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Dorset knob-throwing festival cancelled for 2018

The annual hurling of the traditional Dorset buns could become a biennial event, organisers say.

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Which sports still use 'walk-on girls'?

Formula 1 and professional darts have stopped using women for promotional walk-ons, but which sports still do?

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The footballer who faced taunts over his depression

David Cox says he was called a "psycho" and mocked on the pitch for discussing his mental health difficulties.

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'Why we want a civil partnership, not a marriage'

Couples cite inheritance and tax benefits as reasons why their relationships deserve recognition.

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Are we stuck with plastic drinking straws?

A leading maker of straws says greener alternatives are too costly and their development has stalled.

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Political heroes: Hague on Pitt the Younger

The former Conservative leader on the "undervalued" political prodigy who became Britain's youngest prime minister.

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