BBC News - UK 28 March 2018

Worboys release decision overturned as parole head quits

A Parole Board ruling to free rapist John Worboys is overturned, as Nick Hardwick is forced to resign.

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Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding not guilty of rape

Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding are found not guilty of raping a woman in June 2016.

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Drinks bottles and can deposit return scheme proposed

A money-back scheme for returning glass, plastic bottles and cans in England is to be introduced.

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Hayes triple teen killer Jaynesh Chudasama jailed for 13 years

Jaynesh Chudasama was driving at more than 70mph when he hit the teenagers in London.

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Manchester attack fire crews 'ashamed' over response delay

Firefighters were "waiting to be deployed" but "the order never came", the Fire Brigades Union says.

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Sir Ken Dodd: Fans turn out for comedian's Liverpool funeral

Thousands of people line the streets and attend the comedian's funeral service in Liverpool.

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Russia threat and terror the focus of security review

A new security strategy will combine intelligence services with diplomacy to defeat UK enemies.

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'Youngest councillor' dies suddenly aged 21

Clarissa Slade, who became a local councillor in Devon when she was 18, has died suddenly.

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Baby Charlie Douthwaite dies months after heart transplant

Charlie Douthwaite was the youngest patient on the UK transplant waiting list.

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Hatton Garden heist: Man arrested and items seized

A suspect is arrested three years after the heist in which £13.7m worth of valuables were stolen.

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Coca-Cola to close Milton Keynes and Northampton sites

The planned closures will affect nearly 300 jobs at sites in Milton Keynes and Northampton.

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General Sir Nicholas Carter named as Chief of Defence Staff

General Sir Nicholas Carter will become Britain's most senior military officer.

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Richard Bacon: 'My ADHD is who I am'

Former BBC Radio 5 live presenter Richard Bacon has been diagnosed with ADHD at 42.

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How much to fill your Panini sticker album?

A leading mathematician says it would cost £773 to fill the World Cup Panini sticker album.

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Sculpture made of syrup tins unveiled on Fourth Plinth

Michael Rakowitz's version of a destroyed Iraqi sculpture is the 12th to sit atop the London monument.

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Plastic recycling: Your questions answered

Answering your questions about what you can recycle, where and why.

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The dangers that lurk in your bathroom

A study claims bacteria is present in rubber ducks. But what other unexpected risks are in your bathroom?

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Plastic straws: Which companies are banning them?

A guide to the shops, restaurants and other businesses which are moving to ban plastic straws.

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