BBC News - UK 8 March 2018

Russian spy: Attack was 'brazen and reckless', says Amber Rudd

The attack in Salisbury was "attempted murder in the most cruel and public way", Amber Rudd says.

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Arrests over racist Nottingham Trent University halls chants

Two men are held after a video emerged with racist slurs apparently including "we hate the blacks".

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Sea Life Centre sees a third of animals die in a year

Owner Merlin Entertainments said a "technically complex" water problem was behind some of the deaths.

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Parsons Green: Bomb victim 'engulfed in flames'

A man tells Ahmed Hassan's trial of the "blinding flash" from a bomb on an underground train.

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Girl, 11, dies after being struck by loose wheel in Manby

It is believed that Amelia Wood was walking alongside the B1200 when a passing car lost a wheel.

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John Lewis staff bonus cut again as profits fall

The retailer says that 2017 was "a challenging year" with "subdued" consumer demand.

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Freezing temperatures 'will cause more potholes'

Recent freezing temperatures will cause road surfaces to break up, the RAC warns.

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Patients 'left in pain' by surgery delays

Surgeons say those waiting for hip and knee treatment are worst affected by decisions to put off operations.

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'She was discarded and it is unbearable'

The sister and mother of murdered Suzanne Pilley say they need the public's help to find her body.

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M1 crash trucker's firm 'unaware' his licence was revoked

Ryszard Masierak's lorry was involved in a crash that killed eight people after he stopped in the inside lane.

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Snow brings school closures and police travel warning

More than 120 schools are closed and travel is affected due to heavy snowfall in parts of Wales.

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Tagging plan for domestic abuse suspects in draft bill

Draft bill proposes more protection for victims who testify and a new definition of "economic abuse".

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Porton Down: Britain's secret research facility

Ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia have been poisoned by a nerve agent. It was identified at Porton Down, which is Britain's military research base.

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Crowds gather to protest against Saudi visit

Demonstrators protest near Downing Street during a visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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You might think it's stopped, but...

Snow is still causing disruption across northern Wales and England.

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Noel and Liam Gallagher to headline BBC Radio 2's Biggest Weekend shows

Noel and Liam Gallagher will headline Radio 2's Biggest Weekend in May - at separate sites.

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