BBC News - UK 17 February 2018

Winter Olympics: Lizzy Yarnold defends skeleton gold as Laura Deas takes bronze

Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold defends her Winter Olympic title with gold in the skeleton, as team-mate Laura Deas takes bronze.

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May: New security deal should be effective by next year

The prime minister calls for a new post-Brexit partnership on security in a speech in Munich.

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Barns Green: Man and boy dead after car hit by train

A car driver and his passenger, believed to be grandfather and grandson, die on a level crossing.

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Winter Olympics: Elise Christie taken to hospital after crash in 1500m semi-final

British short-track skater Elise Christie is taken to hospital after crashing out of the 1500m semi-final at Pyeongchang 2018.

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Boy, 4, critically ill after Aberdeen window fall

The child fell from the window of a communal stairway in flats in Aberdeen.

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Max Mosley accused of 'muzzling press'

Lawyers of the former F1 boss have written to a number of newspapers demanding they erase stories about him.

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Royal wedding: Thousands sign 'begging ban' petition

More than 300,000 people have signed a petition to stop a council from "removing rough sleepers".

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German police criticised over missing Liam Colgan

Friends of an Inverness man missing in Hamburg say they have been "surprised" by the attitude of German police

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Great Portland Street fire: Crews tackle building site blaze

A fire breaks out in a building which is being redeveloped on Great Portland Street, central London.

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Norfolk and Suffolk shellfish 'low level risk' to people and pets

Further tests confirm earlier findings over toxic shellfish that killed two dogs.

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Theresa May replies to 'extremely regrettable Brexit' remark

Prime Minister Theresa May was told "things would be so much easier" if the UK stayed in the EU.

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Theresa May: 'Europe's security is our security'

The prime minister calls for a security treaty that ensures co-operation continues after Brexit.

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London Fashion Week: How Christopher Bailey changed Burberry

How Christopher Bailey reversed Burberry's fortunes, as he has his last show at London Fashion Week.

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Young curlers explain why they love the sport

With more than 1,000 young Scottish people regularly taking part in curling, what advice do they have?

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Tom Karen: The 91-year-old who can't stop making toys

Tom Karen has been making toys for 50 years and is associated with games like Marble Run.

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Concorde: Auction for original nose cone of supersonic aircraft

The unused cone is expected to sell for thousands of pounds.

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Sheffield firm in hunt for 'lost' giant scissors

The scissors, thought to be about 2ft-long, were loaned out for ribbon-cutting ceremonies.

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