BBC News - UK 4 March 2018

Mile legend Sir Roger Bannister dies

Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, dies at the age of 88.

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Scottish government warns employers over snow days pay docking

Scottish government considers action against bosses who dock pay for those hit by the severe weather.

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Brexit: Theresa May urges EU to buy into 'ambitious' vision

The PM tells the BBC her vision for trade relations after the UK leaves is "practical and credible".

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Birmingham murder probe after gunshot victim dies

Two people have been arrested in connection with the man's death in Birmingham.

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Councils warned to meet homes targets or lose planning powers

Local authorities could lose planning powers if house-building targets are not being met, Sajid Javid says.

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Crews tackle wildfires on Isle of Barra

Coastguard and RNLI volunteers and members of the public also helped to extinguish the flames.

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Lewes Waitrose cordoned off after stabbing

A fight in Lewes centre ended in a teenager being stabbed and Waitrose being cordoned off.

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Return Thai murder victim's belongings, says MP

Powys backpacker Kirsty Jones was killed in Chiang Mai in 2000, but her killers have never been caught.

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Murder investigation after Londonderry stabbing

Three men are arrested after a man is stabbed to death in Londonderry's Grafton Street area.

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The hunt to find Oxford's retired Emperor Heads

A team of researchers thinks the missing statue heads could be in gardens around the city.

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Sir Roger Bannister: The man who ran a four-minute mile

He made sporting history by becoming the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes.

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Could you cope with eight different jobs a week?

The academics facing job insecurity and poor pay at British universities

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