BBC News - UK 11 February 2018

Oxfam Haiti sex claims: Charity 'failed in moral leadership'

The charity is warned it must account for its actions or risk losing its government funding.

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MPs could block Theresa May's Brexit plan - Anna Soubry

Tory rebel joins forces with Labour's Chuka Umunna to warn Theresa May against seeking a "hard Brexit".

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Jasmine Forrester's uncle charged with murder

Delroy Forrester, 51, is charged after 11-year-old Jasmine Forrester was attacked in Wolverhampton.

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Energy firms could get welfare data

Details of customers on some benefits could be handed to energy firms so they can give them special rates.

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Mylee Billingham death: Father charged with murder

William Billingham, 54, of Valley View, will appear before magistrates in Wolverhampton on Monday.

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UKIP leader Henry Bolton: It's not all over

Henry Bolton says he still has "strong affection" for Jo Marney but insists he can remain as leader.

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Nine-hour rescue for stranded walker

The man was trapped 3,000ft up a mountain in blizzard conditions in the Scottish Highlands.

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Driver who hit house in Bradford police chase dies

The Independent Office for Police Conduct is investigating the crash.

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Woman in her 80s stuck in Essex bath for three days

The elderly woman was rescued after a neighbour alerted police to a lack of activity at the house for several days.

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Ballymena school mourns boy, 5, after fatal river fall

Five-year-old Kayden McGowan-Fleck died after falling into a river in Ballymena, County Antrim.

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PC in 'Hot Fuzz' swan chase near Reading

Roads PC Jamie Payne pursued the "elusive" bird on foot - in scenes reminiscent of the 2007 film.

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