BBC News - UK 16 February 2018

Oxfam sex scandal: Director promises justice for victims

The charity will set up a commission to ensure "justice" for victims after Haiti abuse allegations.

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Mid-earners 'locked out of buying a home'

The biggest decline in home ownership in the last 20 years has been among middle-income 25 to 34-year-olds.

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Young's Seafood recalls fish cakes over plastic and metal fears

The contaminated frozen food is "unsafe to eat", the food watchdog says.

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'More' prisoners to be freed with tag as early-release scheme simplified

The move may relieve pressure on jail numbers but type of offenders eligible is not changing.

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British man charged with terror offences

Aidan James was arrested after returning from Syria where he fought against so-called Islamic State.

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Portugal's tribute to Westminster homeless man

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa says the way man died near the Houses of Parliament was "inhumane".

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Year-round meals plan to tackle 'holiday hunger' of school pupils

North Lanarkshire says it could be the first UK local authority to offer meals to school pupils during holidays and weekends.

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Tesco's Cardiff call centre closes with loss of 1,100 jobs

The supermarket is moving its customer engagement operations to a single site in Dundee.

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Theresa May to hold talks with Angela Merkel in Berlin

The prime minister's visit comes amid calls for the UK to say what it wants from Brexit.

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Child with Down's syndrome left on Penarth school bus

The mother of the boy, 13, who has Down's syndrome says she has been left "emotional and panicky".

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Camra apologise for 'offensive' crossword in magazine

The publication has been described as "homophobic" and "disgusting" by some social media users.

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Barry Bennell abuse: 'We hope other victims will come forward'

Gary Cliffe, who Barry Bennell was found guilty of abusing, believes there are many more victims.

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'We invited Barry Bennell over for Christmas dinner'

Ann Packer and Robbie Brightwell, whose sons were trained by Bennell, say they became friends with him.

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What you need to know about bread

Ultra-processed foods have been linked to cancer - so should we be worried about eating bread?

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Former GCHQ boss is warning UK defence post-Brexit could decline

Robert Hannigan is warning UK defence will decline if no Brexit plan in place

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