BBC News - UK 9 February 2018

Islamic State 'Beatles' pair from UK 'should face trial'

The two were among the four "Beatles", a group of Britons who took part in Islamic State beheadings.

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Brexit: Transition period not 'a given', says Barnier

EU negotiator also says UK leaving single market and customs union makes Irish border checks "unavoidable".

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Barrier death Durham University student Olivia Burt sailed for Britain

Olivia Burt is described as an exceptional sportswoman who was also a "wonderful friend".

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London Bridge terror attackers 'took steroids' before incident

The three men, who killed eight people in June 2017, were found to have DHEA in their systems.

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Leonne Weeks death: Shea Peter Heeley admits murder

Leonne Weeks, 16, was found stabbed to death in South Yorkshire in January 2017.

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US markets open higher amid volatility

Wall Street continues its week of ups and downs, with US shares opening higher.

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Tube train push murder attempt: Man pleads guilty

Alain Lesjongard was pushed under a District Line train at Bayswater station during rush hour.

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M5 Somerset crash: One dead and 10 injured

One of the drivers was hit by vehicles travelling in the opposite carriageway, say police.

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Eurostar launches London-Amsterdam route

The new route from the channel tunnel rail service is due to start in April.

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Snow-covered car permit fine cancelled by Derby council

The driver's parking permit was hidden by snow on the windscreen and he was hit with a £70 fine.

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Britney Spears brings Las Vegas show to Blackpool and Birmingham

Concerts in Birmingham and Blackpool have been added to the UK leg of Britney Spears's tour.

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Theresa May on negative comments: 'You just get used to it'

The prime minister tells vlogger Nikki Lilly about having a thick skin and her life as a teenager.

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Helping the homeless: 'I used to have cocaine on my cornflakes'

A charity that works with homeless people says demand for its service has doubled.

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Meet the 85-year-old scout from Luton

A man who has been a scout for 74 years says young people need to learn a variety of skills.

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