BBC News - UK 27 March 2018

Manchester attack fire crews 'sent away from arena blast'

"Frustrated" firefighters were kept away from Manchester Arena for two hours, a report says.

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Brexit: UK firms 'fearful' for future migration system

Businesses worry about their ability to recruit workers from the EU after Brexit, a report finds.

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Archie Spriggs: Custody battle mum jailed after son died

Lesley Speed used a scarf and a cushion to strangle and smother seven-year-old Archie Spriggs.

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Data row: Facebook's Zuckerberg will not appear before MPs

Facebook, which is at the centre of a dispute over harvesting personal data, will send a senior boss.

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Corrie Mckeague: Evidence 'manipulated', mother claims

Corrie Mckeague's mother Nicola Urquhart says "reasonable questions" remain that need answering.

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Police inspector Darren McKie jailed for wife's murder

Det Con Leanne McKie, 39, was found strangled in Poynton Lake, Cheshire, in September.

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Gambling watchdog considers credit card ban

A report into making online gambling safer warns of the danger of using credit cards to place bets.

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Paul Moore jailed for Leicester hate crime car attack

Paul Moore knocked over a Somali woman with his car and went back back to run her over a second time.

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Volvo Ocean Race yachtsman John Fisher 'lost at sea'

John Fisher fell overboard in the Southern Ocean during the round-the-world race.

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Boris Johnson told off by Speaker for 'sexism'

Boris Johnson is reprimanded by the Speaker for referring to Emily Thornberry as Lady Nugee.

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Woman critical after being 'hit by falling bricks'

Police say the woman was 'struck by falling debris' in east London.

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Theresa May swaps Blackberry for iPhone

The prime minister was the "last member" of Downing Street team using the device.

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'Not enough help for bomb attack injured'

A member of the public who helped after the Manchester bombing says more could have been done.

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Owl attack sparks wedding hysterics

What could go wrong when Jeni and Mark Wood used an owl to deliver their wedding rings?

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Police chief "worried" for England fans in Russia

The head of football policing in England say he is concerned after recent arrests in Holland.

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Speaker John Bercow accuses Boris Johnson of sexism

Speaker John Bercow accuses the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson of being sexist for referring to Emily Thornberry by her husband's title.

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Hoots and howls after owl wedding gaffe

Fairytale wedding idea sees the best man beset by an owl - and leaves guests hooting in laughter.

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Musical David Bowie statue vandalised in Aylesbury

The statue is being cleaned after it had paint sprayed on it less than 48 hours after being unveiled.

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Ball-tampering row: How does it work and what effect does it have?

Cricket analyst Simon Hughes looks at the mechanics behind ball-tampering and what effect it can have.

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