BBC News - UK 30 March 2018

Rugby rape trial juror's comments investigated

The juror made online comments describing the trial as well as answering questions from other users.

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Motorway petrol prices 'exploitative', says Chris Grayling

The transport secretary wants the UK's three biggest motorway service station operators investigated.

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Heartbeat actor Bill Maynard dies at 89

The character actor was perhaps best known as Claude Jeremiah Greengrass in the police drama.

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Corbyn: Labour must do better on anti-Semitism

Jeremy Corbyn says he is an 'ally' in the fight against abuse of Jewish people, amid a row in his party.

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Manchester attack fire crews 'should not apologise'

Greater Manchester's mayor Andy Burnham said frontline firefighters have nothing to apologise for.

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Final wish granted as dog visits dying owner

A collie makes an emotional final visit to its terminally-ill owner's hospital bedside hours before he passes away.

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New £30m fund to help rough sleepers

The government launches a new task force as the numbers of people living on the streets in England rise.

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Katherine Brewster missing from Brazil meditation retreat

Katherine Brewster, 27, was last seen entering a forest in Santa Catarina in her bare feet.

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The Real Full Monty: 'Empowering' stars bare all for breast cancer awareness

Victoria Derbyshire and Coleen Nolan were among those to bare all for breast cancer awareness.

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Tougher security checks delay passengers at Dover

P&O ferries urged customers to arrive at least an hour before their booked sailing times.

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Teen held over 'satanist' attack on Great Yarmouth church

A 17-year-old is questioned after a Catholic church in Great Yarmouth was targeted.

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Iron Man backs Aaron Hunter's Muddy Puddle Challenge

Iron Man and Avengers star Robert Downey Jnr issues "muddy puddle challenge" to his fans in support of a terminally-ill Scottish boy.

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Double amputee Maisie Catt, 8, makes GB Taekwondo squad

Maisie Catt, 8, from Mirfield, lost both her legs after contracting meningitis when she was a baby.

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The 'unseen' Bolton veterans in need of help

A woman who struggled with life after leaving the RAF says more support is needed for younger veterans.

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Leicester family keeps 115-year-old hot cross bun

The Easter treat, which is a "bit hard", dates back to 1903 and has been passed through generations.

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Missing cockatiel 'reunited with wrong owner'

Freda Ireland fears her pet bird Poppy has been replaced by a nursery rhyme-singing imposter.

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Why Isle of Dogs is no shaggy dog story

The stars of Wes Anderson's new animation on how it was made - and why it has an important message.

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