BBC News - UK 12 February 2018

Britons killed in Grand Canyon helicopter crash named

Three British tourists died and four others, including the pilot, were injured in the helicopter crash.

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London City Airport shut as WW2 bomb found in Thames

Up to 16,000 London City Airport passengers are affected after the 500kg device was found.

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Theresa May and Leo Varadkar in Belfast amid NI deal speculation

Theresa May and Leo Varadkar are in Belfast amid indications a deal to restore devolution may be close.

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Oxfam: Deputy resigns over sex claims amid crisis talks

The charity's deputy chief executive Penny Lawrence resigns saying she takes "full responsibility".

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No shared leave for shared leave minister

Andrew Griffiths wants more dads to use the scheme - but says he is not allowed to himself.

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Queen backs plan to cut plastic use on royal estates

Single-use plastics such as water bottles and straws will be phased out in meetings and cafes.

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Sydney seaplane: UK family members 'drowned in crash'

UK boss Richard Cousins and five family members were killed in the crash in Sydney.

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France rugby players questioned after sex assault claim

The French Rugby Union said some team members "have been spoken to by the Scottish authorities".

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'Best man' missing after Hamburg stag

Liam Colgan, from Inverness, went missing in the German city during stag celebrations for his brother.

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Barclays Bank charged over Qatar loans

The Serious Fraud Office adds to the pressure on Barclays over a rescue deal with Qatar in 2008.

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Cambodia deports 'pornography' tourists

The group deny the allegations, saying they did not produce any pornographic material.

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George Soros pledges extra £100,000 to pro-EU campaign

Billionaire investor George Soros increases his existing £400,000 donation, citing a "smear campaign".

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London aid workers help Bangladesh Rohingya refugees

Aid workers from London take a 5,000-mile trip to help Muslims who have fled Myanmar.

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Why I spent six days with my wife's body

Russell Davison, who did not want her body to go to a mortuary, is challenging attitudes to dying.

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Sewer network's wet wipe blockages 'increasing'

A water company worker says his life would be easier if people stopped flushing the items.

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How much UK charity money goes to Oxfam?

How does Oxfam compare with other recipients of UK development aid?

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