BBC News - UK 14 February 2018

Boris Johnson: Let's unite around Brexit vision

Leaving the EU is not a "V-sign from the cliffs of Dover", the foreign secretary says.

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Man dies in Heathrow Airport vehicle crash

Police were called to a collision involving two staff vehicles on the taxiway at Heathrow airport.

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Tom Daley announces baby news with husband

The British Olympic diver and his husband Dustin Lance Black shared the news on social media.

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Oxfam executive 'aware' of Asia staff abuse claims

Senior figure says incidents in Philippines, Bangladesh and Nepal were largely undisclosed to the public.

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PIP assessments: 'Lack of trust' in benefits systems

Claimants being asked when they had "caught" Down's syndrome were among the reasons given by MPs.

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Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding: Alleged victim 'very upset' in taxi

A taxi driver says an alleged rape victim was "sobbing into herself" when he drove her from Paddy Jackson's house.

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WW2 bomb found near London City Airport blown up

The 500kg device was discovered at the King George V Dock during planned work at London City Airport.

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Anti-abortion group 40 Days for Life targets Queen's Medical Centre

The trust banned the group from its site, saying it causes patients "very considerable distress".

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Krav Maga enthusiast fights off armed home invasion gang

Martial arts trained David Pugh fought off the machete-wielding gang who stormed into his home.

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Gerry Adams' prison escape appeal dismissed

Lawyers for the former Sinn Féin president had argued that the order for his internment was legally flawed.

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WW2 bomb found near London City Airport blown up

The 500kg device was discovered at the King George V Dock during planned work at London City Airport.

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Mother bakes life-size cake twins

Amateur baker Lara Mason spent more than 100 hours recreating her daughters in cake.

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Shrove Tuesday hurling tradition continues in Cornish town

The town of St Columb Major, near Newquay, continues its centuries-old tradition of hurling.

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