BBC News - UK 21 March 2018

NHS pay: Unions agree deal for 1.3 million staff

Unions back a deal that gives NHS staff a minimum pay rise of more than 6% over three years.

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Facebook data row: Cambridge Analytica academic a 'scapegoat'

Dr Aleksandr Kogan tells the BBC he is "stunned" by the allegations made against him.

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Dec to present Saturday Night Takeaway without Ant

ITV confirms Dec will present the rest of the current series of Saturday Night Takeaway on his own.

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Fatal Red Arrows RAF Valley jet crash inquiry continues

The cause of the crash which killed a Red Arrows engineer and injured a pilot is not yet known.

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Household squeeze shows signs of easing as wages rise

Earnings rose by 2.6% in the three months to January as the jobless rate ticked lower.

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Protesters throw fish into Thames in Brexit deal protest

Protesters throw dead fish into the Thames by Parliament in protest at the Brexit transition deal.

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Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict

Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over council funding - here are the key bits.

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Man stabbed to death at Stratford Centre

The victim becomes the eighth person to be fatally stabbed or shot in London in a week.

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Undercover policing inquiry: Chairman urged to quit

Campaigners walk out of the inquiry amid unhappiness at anonymity granted to undercover officers.

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Grenfell inquiry: Survivors and bereaved to pay tribute to victims

Survivors and bereaved families will memorialise their loved ones "calmly and with dignity".

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Justin Welby: Church 'needs new safeguarding powers'

The Archbishop of Canterbury says the Church of England needs powers to protect children from abuse.

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Salisbury gets free parking in wake of spy attack

The measure is designed to encourage shoppers to return to Salisbury after the nerve agent attack.

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Cambridge Analytica: What we know so far

How the row over Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data unfolded.

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Didcot's Narnia and Middle Earth signs removed

Fantasy worlds appeared next to Wantage and Didcot on road signs - but a council says they had to go.

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Police worker mistakenly fines himself over untaxed car

The police worker landed himself with an £81 fine after failing to fill in a form properly.

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