BBC News - UK 18 March 2018

Snow and ice bring UK travel disruption

Difficult conditions hit road, rail and air travel, as Met Office amber and yellow warnings remain.

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Spy poisoning: Russia stockpiling nerve agent, says Johnson

The UK foreign secretary also dismisses claims the substance may have come from a UK laboratory.

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Gravesend nightclub: 13 people hurt as car drives into club

A 21-year-old man is arrested after 13 people suffered injuries including broken bones.

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Firefighters tackle large blaze at Stalybridge mill

The fire service says five storeys of the building in Greater Manchester were alight.

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Hemsby cliff-top structures fall into the sea

Residents remain unable to return to their homes as a shed and tanker fall into the sea at Hemsby.

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Disappearing clothing banks leave charities devastated

Recycling companies say 750 of the recycling receptacles have gone missing in the last year.

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Who are the World War One soldiers in Phillipstown photo?

World War One prisoner of war's relative tries to identify his comrades from a photo taken in 1914.

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'Historic' Suffolk dialect celebrated by author

Suffolk phrases include "on the huh" (not quite straight) and "on the drag" (running late).

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Barbering students 'obsessed with haircut videos'

Students said they wanted to replicate the successful online barbering videos.

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Newspaper headlines: 'Blackout threat' as UK 'stands up' to Putin

The breakdown in UK-Russian relations after the poisoning of an ex-spy continues to dominate the headlines.

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