BBC News - UK 7 March 2018

Russian spy: 'More known' about substance involved

Police appeal for help from the public, as Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain critically ill.

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Parsons Green: Tube bomb parts 'from Asda and Aldi'

Ahmed Hassan also sourced components from Amazon for a device designed to cause “carnage”, court told.

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Britain First leader and deputy leader guilty of hate crimes

Britain First's leader and deputy leader had denied religiously-aggravated harassment.

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New Look cuts 980 jobs as 60 stores shut

The retailer plans to close 60 stores as part of a rescue deal to help it avoid going into administration.

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Iconic NME magazine to end its weekly print edition

The publication is to stop publishing in print after 66 years and become online only.

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Brexit means drifting apart but we don't want to build a wall - Tusk

Donald Tusk says the EU will be positive in talks with the UK, but Brexit means "drifting apart".

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Health 'to start failing at 47' in parts of Blackpool and Middlesbrough

The gap in healthy life expectancy between the best and worst areas is more than 30 years, figures show.

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PM to raise human rights concerns in Saudi crown prince visit

Theresa May will raise human rights concerns during trade talks with Mohammed bin Salman.

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Alfie Dingley: Ex-minister backs cannabis plea boy

Sir Mike Penning appeals for the six-year-old boy with epilepsy to be given a special licence.

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Two million households to get 'big freeze' payments

The government is set to pay out £50m in Cold Weather Payments, after last week's cold snap

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Mayor resigns after insulting Warrington Wolves rugby players

The Mayor of Warrington stepped down following a backlash to online comments he made about two players.

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Meet the award-winning bus mechanic mum

Pamela Chapman was a single mother with poor qualifications, now she's an award-winning bus mechanic.

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Guess how many calories are in your lunch

Newsbeat went to find out if people could guess how many calories are in typical lunchtime meals.

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Blind footballer 'can't imagine life without' guide dog

Blind footballer Nathan Edge said he 'can't imagine life without' guide dog Hudson who is retiring because of hip dysplasia.

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Why using 'baby-talk' improves our bond with dogs

Dogs are more likely to interact with people who use a high-pitched voice, research suggests.

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First UK polar bear cub in 25 years emerges from den

It is not yet known if the cub, born at a park in the Scottish Highlands, is a boy or a girl.

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Who should we let in after Brexit?

What should the UK's immigration policy look like after we leave the EU?

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