BBC News - UK 7 February 2018

Victims allowed to challenge Worboys release

The full judicial review hearing will happen on 13 March and Worboys will stay in jail until then.

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James Bulger killer Jon Venables jailed over indecent images

Jon Venables admitted three charges of making indecent images and one of possessing a paedophile manual.

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Vegetarian and vegan: A quarter of UK dinners have no meat or fish

A 'sustained interest' in vegan and meat-free diets is driving the change, industry analysts say.

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Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over crime, with cameos for Dennis Skinner and Philip Davies.

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Tesco faces record £4bn equal pay claim

Women working in supermarkets demand equal treatment with higher paid men working in warehouses.

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Row over 'gay cure' film screening

Criticism prompts Vue cinema to cancel a private viewing of the film a day before the screening.

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Gambling Commission condemns outfits at trade show

Gambling Commission chief condemns industry event where women wear "little more than swimsuits".

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Council budgets: One in three spent more than planned

Official figures show Northamptonshire County Council overspent its budget last year

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Cheddar Man: DNA shows early Briton had dark skin

Scientists put a face to Cheddar Man, Britain's oldest complete skeleton from 10,000 years ago.

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Dog hit by train in Westbury has 'amazing' escape

Poppy the labrador suffered a couple of broken ribs and has since been given the all-clear.

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Generation Game: Comeback fronted by Mel & Sue limited to two shows

The game show revival, hosted by Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, was initially said to have a four-episode run.

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Driver who helped homeless man has fine overturned

Lee Williamson pulled into a bus stop to give a homeless man food and clothes and was later fined £70.

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'Fiona' tells Today about being raped by John Worboys

'Fiona' tells Today about being raped by John Worboys.

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Rochelle Bugg's cancer blog for bereaved children

31-year-old Rochelle blogs to try and help other young people who have lost a loved one.

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Missing Nigerian masterpiece found in north London flat

Ben Enwonwu's "Tutu" became a symbol of reconciliation after the Nigerian-Biafran conflict.

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Suffragettes needed? The women still struggling to vote

Despite having a legal right to vote, some women are still unable to cast a ballot - or at least not in secret.

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Bestival shows up male-dominated festivals with female line-up

With headliners London Grammar and MIA, Bestival proves female-fronted festivals are possible.

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