BBC News - UK 6 February 2018

Julian Assange arrest warrant still stands, court rules

A UK arrest warrant against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is still valid, a court rules.

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US shares regain ground after big losses

US shares staged a rebound in morning trading, after a steep sell-off on Monday that spread globally.

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Women's vote: Pardoning suffragettes 'complicated'

Campaigners want posthumous pardons but the home secretary says it isn't "straightforward".

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Tesco fraud trial abandoned after defendant's heart attack

The trial of three former Tesco executives has been stopped after one of the defendants suffered a heart attack.

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Homeless £2.5k fine threat within Oxford council's rules

A review says the notices left on some rough sleepers' belongings in Oxford were used correctly.

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Carillion collapse delays new £335m Liverpool hospital

It will be "challenging" to open the new Royal Liverpool Hospital in 2018 because of the collapse.

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People smuggling raids: 21 arrests made across England

Over 300 officers arrest 21 people after targeting a network involving suspected Kurdish gangsters.

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Hunt orders review of disciplining doctors after Bawa-Garba case

It comes after case of doctor struck off after death of six-year-old that has shaken medical profession.

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Brits rescued from flooded river 'containing crocodiles'

Three tourists in Australia are saved from roof of their van after being stranded by rising floodwaters.

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Katie Price urging MPs to tackle online abuse

The reality TV star and her mother Amy tell MPs new laws are needed to tackle online abuse.

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Molly McLaren trial: Joshua Stimpson jailed for murder

Joshua Stimpson is convicted of killing Molly McLaren, 23, by stabbing her 75 times in her car.

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London mayor plans neighbourhood on Elizabeth Line site

Six hundred of the 1,500 homes will be "genuinely affordable", Sadiq Khan says.

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John Mahoney, who played Marty Crane in Frasier, has died at the age of 77.

A look back at the career of John Mahoney who played Marty Crane in Frasier.

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102-year-old woman says 'men are control freaks'

Women still face a fight for equality 100 years after some were given the vote for the first time, a 102-year-old woman has told the BBC.

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Five handy winter driving tips

With the temperatures predicted to drop, here are some handy hints for driving in snow and ice.

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Love Island's Olivia Attwood on why she's never voted

Love Island's Olivia Attwood speaks to MP Anna Soubry, 100 years since women won the right to vote.

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Toy tiger sparks armed police alert in Aberdeenshire

Armed police were sent to a farm in Aberdeenshire after reports of a big cat on the property.

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Angel statue 'alternative to angry protests'

The sculpture has appeared at the disused Bristol Royal Infirmary building on Marlborough Street.

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Reality Check: What if women hadn't been allowed to vote?

Would the outcomes of elections have been different if men had been the only people using the ballot box?

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Reality Check: Does UK spend half as much on health as US?

Donald Trump said the NHS was "going broke and not working", but the NHS chief executive hit back.

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Airlines get tough on 'support pets'

Airlines are stopping hedgehogs and turkeys being brought on board, after 76,000 requests to bring 'support pets'.

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The women fighting for females in 2018

Newsbeat speaks to four women who are fighting for female equality in 2018.

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Billie Ritchie: Scottish silent movie star forgotten by history

The fascinating story of the Scottish silent movie star forgotten by history.

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Alleged hacker Lauri Love 'relieved' by court ruling

Mr Love says he wants to be prosecuted by the Crown Prosecution Service over alleged hacking charges.

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