BBC News - UK 29 March 2018

Theresa May: Brexit allows more spending on NHS and schools

The PM promises to make Brexit a "success" - but Tony Blair says "it's not too late" to stop it.

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Basingstoke crash: Two 18-year-olds found dead 'seven hours after crash'

The two young women were found dead in a car at the side of a busy Hampshire road.

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Maundy Thursday: Queen hands out coins to mark women's vote

The Queen carries out the Royal Maundy service at Windsor Castle without the Duke of Edinburgh.

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PC 'tried to prevent daughter's driving prosecution'

The Avon and Somerset officer's daughter was pulled over for driving while using a mobile phone.

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Cambridge Analytica files spell out election tactics

Newly released files detail election-swinging efforts by the consultancy and other linked firms.

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Fortnite 'not addictive' says researcher

The latest video game craze is hard to stop playing but not addictive says a researcher.

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'Deeply sorry' Christine Shawcroft quits as Labour disputes chief

Christine Shawcroft sent an email opposing suspension of a candidate accused of Holocaust denial.

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Hackney murder victim Abraham Badru was bravery award winner

Abraham Badru was given the National Police Bravery Award in 2009 after he stopped a rapist.

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Worboys case: Nick Hardwick says 'government at fault too'

The ex-Parole Board boss says the Ministry of Justice made errors in the decision to free the rapist.

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Wareham lorry crash on pedestrian crossing kills boy, 3

The Sainsbury's lorry driver has been arrested after the boy was struck on a pedestrian crossing.

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Royal wedding: Tough Windsor security measures to be introduced

A "secure zone" will be installed and people searched and screened before entering the town.

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Gatwick Airport worker 'run over' by plane

The airport worker was airlifted to hospital with serious ankle and foot injuries.

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Puppy called Ringo Starr trapped in TV cabinet rescued by RSPCA

The eight-week-old terrier was set free with the help of vegetable oil.

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Britain's oldest men mark 110th birthday

Alfred Smith, from Perthshire, and Robert Weighton, from Hull, were both born on 29 March 1908.

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Dua Lipa speaks out about sexism in the music industry

The double Brit award winner says its harder for female artists to be taken seriously.

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The Crown: Tobias Menzies cast as new Prince Philip

Tobias Menzies will replace Matt Smith in the role of Prince Philip in Netflix's royal drama.

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