BBC News - UK 6 March 2018

Russian spy: Boris Johnson warns Kremlin over Salisbury incident

Boris Johnson promises "robust" action against any Russian involvement, as relatives say ex-spy feared for his safety.

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Alfie Evans: Decision to remove life support upheld by judge

The Court of Appeal rules doctors can stop treating 21-month-old Alfie Evans.

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Cut-off villagers burn furniture to keep warm

Stranded Deb Huby says the community spirit in Cumbria is strong in "horrific conditions".

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Twickenham woman killed as family found dead at seafront

The woman was discovered stabbed an hour after her husband and sons were found dead at the foot of cliffs.

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Vauxhall chief warns of Brexit threat to Ellesmere Port

The head of Vauxhall has said lack of clarity over Brexit threatens the future of Ellesmere Port.

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Missing teenager and man arrested after police vehicle incident

A 45-year-old man and 17-year-old woman are arrested following an incident in a police vehicle.

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Bill Turnbull, ex-BBC host, diagnosed with prostate cancer

Former BBC Breakfast presenter, who was diagnosed last year, wants to encourage people to be tested.

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Trampoline parks: Regulation calls after injuries increase

Children suffered worse injuries at trampoline parks than when using home equipment, a hospital finds.

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Lucian Stinci jailed for life for hammer murder

Lucian Stinci battered his housemate at their Croydon home after becoming obsessed with her.

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Cornwall mother guilty of poisoning her baby with salt

The 18-month-old girl survived after treatment at two hospitals.

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Trans model quits Labour LGBT adviser job

Munroe Bergdorf says she's stepping down from the role due to "endless attacks on her character".

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Ex Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers banned after sex and drugs emails

Former chairman banned from the finance sector for using work emails to discuss sex and drugs.

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Teen with dwarfism hopes success will end prejudice

A Bristol teenager who has a growth disorder scooped 14 medals at the World Dwarf Games.

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Russian spy incident: What we know

Two people fell ill on a park bench in Salisbury, now a 'major incident' has been declared by police.

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Nerves of Steall: Ice climbers tackle frozen waterfall

Water usually cascades down 120 metres of rock at Steall Falls, the third highest waterfall in Scotland.

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