BBC News - UK 2 March 2018

Snow, ice and driving winds causing severe disruption

Freezing weather brings misery to road, rail and air travellers while thousands of schools are shut.

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Theresa May sets out 'hard facts' on Brexit in speech

The PM warns "life is going to be different" as the UK leaves the EU in her big Brexit speech.

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17-year-old Lloyd Gunton locked up for Bieber terror plot

He was planning a so-called Islamic State-inspired vehicle attack on the day of a Justin Bieber concert.

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Prezzo to close 94 restaurants in rescue bid

The Italian restaurant chain is the latest firm to close stores as it tries to rescue the business.

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Royal wedding: Windsor Castle invitation for public

More than 1,000 members of public invited to Windsor Castle grounds for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding

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Network Rail to end station toilet charges in 2019

Passengers currently pay between 30p and 50p to use toilets at Network Rail-run stations.

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Nuneaton bowling alley siege was 'suicide by cop' bid

Jailing David Clarke for 12 years, the judge told him he "brought terror to the MFA Bowl" in Nuneaton.

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David Cameron and George Osborne hail plan after UK deficit target met

Labour attacks them for "boasting" about spending cuts as the UK finally hits Mr Osborne's target.

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SFO seeks retrial of former Tesco bosses

Three former Tesco executives, accused of fraud and false accounting, will be returning to court.

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Lucy Edwards is blind and 'dreads' the snow

Lucy Edwards is blind and 'dreads' the snow. When the snow blankets the edges of the pavement her guide dog finds it hard to navigate.

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Olympian Billy Morgan snowboards through Essex

Winter Olympic bronze medallist Billy Morgan took advantage of the snowy conditions in Leigh-on-Sea.

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Stranded orchestra surprises Skegness wedding couple

The BBC Concert Orchestra were snowed in and offered to play at the nuptials.

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Motorist stuck on M62 overnight

Motorist Simon Long tells the BBC how he has been stuck on the M62 overnight.

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