BBC News - UK 13 February 2018

Self-styled 'paedophile hunters' revealed

BBC News NI investigation reveals the self-styled 'paedophile hunters'

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Grand Canyon crash: Parents' tribute to 'wonderful' sons

Stuart and Jason Hill were among three Britons killed in a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon.

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Commonwealth in secret succession plans

The Commonwealth is beginning to decide who might succeed the Queen as head of the organisation.

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GB's Christie crashes out of skate final

Briton Elise Christie misses out on an Olympic medal after falling in the 500m short-track speed skating final.

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Ancoats murder inquiry after man jumps from window

A woman is found dead in a flat after reports of a man jumping from a second storey window.

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Network Rail to put new projects on hold

From 2019, the company's focus will switch to maintaining the existing network.

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Paddy Jackson denies having sex with alleged rape victim

Ulster rugby player Paddy Jackson denies having sexual intercourse with the woman he is accused of raping.

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Thomas Cook resumes flights to Tunisia

The first British holidaymakers return since the 2015 beach attack in which 30 Britons were killed.

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Attacker hunted after man 'burned' in Carlisle shop

Armed officers were deployed to the scene "as a precaution" after the assault in a sports shop.

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Harrogate: Inside the British Army’s training camp for 16-year-olds

They can't vote. They can’t buy alcohol in a pub. But they can join the army.

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How to handle an unexploded 75-year-old bomb

London City Airport has reopened after an unexploded World War Two bomb was safely moved from the area.

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Couple fined over 'secret' house hidden in garage

A front door and window were concealed behind a garage door and wooden fence, officials said.

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Banned Georgian sex manual reveals strange beliefs

The 300-year-old tome offers some sage advice.

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Haitian Oxfam workers tried to warn of sex scandal before

Former staff knew of "sex parties" but suffered consequences when they warned of the sexual exploitation.

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'My sister died of lung cancer but never smoked'

BBC legal correspondent, Clive Coleman, says his sister's diagnosis came too late to save her.

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Freemasons explain the rituals and benefits of membership

Members of the secretive organisation discuss their involvement and the benefits of joining.

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Why are most problem gamblers men?

Men are seven-and-a-half times more likely than women to become a problem gambler, research suggests.

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Pancake Day: Why Shrove Tuesday is a thing

Newsbeat gives a handy guide to what Shrove Tuesday is and why we eat pancakes.

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