BBC News - UK 25 March 2018

Vote Leave broke spending limits in Brexit referendum, activist claims

Brexit activist Shahmir Sanni claims the campaign used the group BeLeave to bypass spending limits.

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Facebook boss apologises in UK and US newspaper ads

Firm could have done more to stop data breach that affected "millions", Mark Zuckerberg says.

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Large fire breaks out at Rochdale mill

Homes were evacuated when Proofings Mill in Rochdale went up in flames.

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'Beast of Wombwell' Peter Pickering found dead

Police said Peter Pickering was their main suspect in the unsolved 1965 murder of schoolgirl Elsie Frost.

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Girl seriously hurt after car drives into group of children in Glasgow

A teenage girl is in a serious condition after the attempted murder in the Castlemilk area of Glasgow.

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David Davis says a deal with EU is 'incredibly probable'

The Brexit secretary says preparing for a stalemate is like having home insurance.

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Tom Watson apologises over 'anti-Semitic' mural row

Labour's deputy leader backs Jeremy Corbyn's regret for his comments on an allegedly anti-Semitic mural.

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NHS: Over 3,000 more midwifery training places offered

Midwife representatives welcome the move but say more training places "is only half of the problem".

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Jet makes history on Australia-UK route

The first scheduled non-stop flight to the UK takes 17 hours to reach London's Heathrow Airport.

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Suffolk MP Daniel Poulter cleared in misconduct probe

Daniel Poulter had been accused of inappropriate behaviour towards female colleagues.

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Firm in data scandal 'made election boasts'

The company that became Cambridge Analytica boasted about interfering in foreign elections, according to documents seen by the Sunday Politics.

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Cambridge science teacher turns microscope images into art

Meet the science teacher who makes art out of objects under his microscope.

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