BBC News - UK 9 March 2018

Russian spy: Military deployed after poisoning

Service personnel will help remove contaminated items, as ex-spy and his daughter remain critical.

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Parsons Green: Tube bomb had 400g of 'unstable explosive'

The court hears that just a gram of the explosive used at Parsons Green could cause 'serious injury'.

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Downing St 'concern' at MP bullying claims

PM's spokesman responds to a BBC Newsnight report into complaints Commons staff were bullied by MPs.

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UK construction output in biggest fall since 2012

A slowdown in housebuilding weighed on the construction sector in January, official figures show.

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M25 rapist Antoni Imiela dies in prison aged 63

Antoni Imiela, who committed a string of attacks on women and girls, had been in jail for 14 years.

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'Superwoman' surgeon thanked for eight-mile snow trek

Lindsey Chisholm walked eight miles during a red alert for snow to operate on a cancer patient.

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Wagamama fined for failing to pay the minimum wage

TGI Fridays and Marriott Hotels were also among 43 employers in the hospitality sector which broke the law.

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UK to seek exemption from US steel tariffs

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox will visit Washington to discuss President Trump's tariffs.

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Ffiona Scourfield death: Boy, 16, in court charged with murder

He is accused of killing Ffiona Scourfield, 54, with an axe and a samurai sword.

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Former Wales wing Shane Williams affray charge dropped

Former British and Irish Lions and Ospreys wing Shane Williams was due to be in court on Friday.

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Oxford University sorry for International Women's Day cleaner gaffe

Oxford Uni says sorry as a female cleaner was asked to remove International Women's Day graffiti.

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Surgeon thanked for trekking through heavy snow

A surgeon who trekked through the snow for almost three hours to operate on a cancer patient has been thanked by the man she treated.

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Footballer Jonathan Walters opens up about the death of his mother

Footballer Jonathan Walters opens up about the death of his mother.

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Jeremy Clarkson replaces Chris Tarrant on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is back for its 20th anniversary - without ex-host Chris Tarrant.

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Arctic walrus spotted in North Ronaldsay and Sanday

The tusked mammal is spotted five years after a similar sighting was described as a "once-in-a-lifetime" experience.

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Mum joins daughter at Warwickshire retirement village

It’s not often a mother follows in her daughter's footsteps, but for Maureen that’s exactly happened.

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