BBC News - UK 26 March 2018

Jewish groups attack Jeremy Corbyn over anti-Semitism

In an open letter the Labour leader is accused of siding with anti-Semites "again and again".

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Spy poisoning: Russian diplomats expelled across US and Europe

The US and many EU nations are expelling Russian envoys over the poisoning of an ex-spy in the UK.

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Coventry hit-and-run deaths: Man guilty of causing boys' deaths

Corey, six, and Casper Platt-May, two, had been on a family trip to the park when they were hit.

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Corrie Mckeague: Missing airman search to be stood down

Police say there are "no realistic lines of inquiry left" into the disappearance of the RAF airman.

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Southern Health fined £2m over deaths of two patients

Southern Health admitted failings over the deaths of Teresa Colvin and Connor Sparrowhawk.

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Credit card debt growth at 12-year high

Annual growth in outstanding credit card debt speeds up owing, in part, to tap and go payments.

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Sheffield City Council calls temporary halt to tree work

The BBC understands parties in the dispute will meet during the hiatus to discuss the ongoing work

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Kenneth White: Huge turnout for no-family veteran funeral

Kenneth White served in the RAF in the 1950s but died with no known family.

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Heathrow rules out compensation for delayed disabled passengers

The BBC's Frank Gardner had criticised the airport for a delay because his wheelchair was misplaced.

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First and second-class stamp prices rise

Royal Mail says the price rises are necessary to maintain the universal postal service.

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Sophie Lionnet death: Boyzone founder 'never heard' of French nanny

Boyband founder Mark Walton tells a court he had never met a French nanny found dead on a bonfire.

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World Irish Dancing Championships come to Glasgow

The annual event attracts 14,500 dancers and supporters from across the world.

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How the Labour anti-Semitism saga unfolded

The current row can be traced back to two allegations in 2016 - a year after Jeremy Corbyn became leader.

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Made in Britain: What does it mean for trade after Brexit?

Rules of Origin is a concept in international trade that's going to have a big impact on the Brexit negotiations.

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