BBC News - UK 5 February 2018

President Trump: NHS 'going broke and not working'

The UK health secretary hits back saying "all get care no matter the size of their bank balance".

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Michel Barnier says 'not a moment to lose' in Brexit talks

The EU's negotiator says he respects British "red lines" on the customs union, as talks resume.

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Lauri Love case: Hacking suspect wins extradition appeal

Lauri Love, suspected of hacking into FBI and Nasa systems, may now face trial in the UK.

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Mothers suffering 'pay penalty' at work, report suggests

A report finds mothers earn nearly a third less than fathers by the time their first child is 20.

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Hatton Garden jewellery raider Terry Perkins dies

Perkins, who died in prison, had been jailed for the "largest burglary in English legal history".

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Formula 1: 'Grid kids' to replace 'grid girls' from start of the season

Formula 1 will replace 'grid girls' with a new programme called 'grid kids' from the start of the new season.

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Ethan Stables convicted over gay pride attack plan

Ethan Stables plotted a machete attack at an LGBT event at a pub, where he planned to "slaughter".

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Facebook executive has 'incurable' cancer

The social network's vice-president in Europe reveals she has follicular lymphoma.

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Ex-player Mark Aizlewood and others guilty of football fraud

Ex-Wales defender Mark Aizlewood and Cardiff City player Paul Sugrue are among four men found guilty.

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Newport man Kyle Enos jailed for dark web fentanyl drug deals

Kyle Enos used a number of identities to sell the drug, considered to be 50 times more potent than heroin.

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Homebase owners may close up to 40 stores

Up to 2,000 jobs are at risk after the Australian owners of Homebase said 40 stores could close.

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Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly pays fine for removing clamp

The Sinn Féin MLA says he agreed to pay a fine following the incident on Friday.

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Lauri Love: Alleged hacker hopes extradition case 'sets a precedent'

Alleged computer hacker Lauri Love has won his High Court appeal against extradition to the US.

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PepsiCo suggestion of 'lady-friendly' crisps mocked

Social media users have mocked the CEO of PepsiCo's idea of crisps specifically designed for women

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Queen's Windsor swans 'killed by bird flu'

More than 20 swans from the Queen's flock have died with about 20 more "dying at the moment".

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False Premier League football dreams sold in £5m fraud

Four men are found guilty of a fraud that promised to get youngsters jobs at Premier League clubs.

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Tube 'thought of the day': The station where it started

Oval station's famous message board is surrounded by plants - and classical music is always playing.

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