BBC News - UK 2 April 2018

Director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders to stand down

She had faced recent criticism after several rape trials collapsed due to evidence not being disclosed.

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Russian spy: Sergei Lavrov accuses West of 'children's games'

The foreign minister hits out at diplomatic expulsions, accusing the UK over the Skripal attack.

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Soldier dies in 'tragic diving incident' near Chepstow

L/Cpl George Partridge died while training at the National Dive Centre, the Ministry of Defence says.

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Two dead and one arrested after 'wrong-way' M62 crash

One driver is arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing a breath test.

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Men in court over £1.3m Dromore drugs haul

A court hears that one of NI's biggest herbal cannabis hauls has links to a Europe-wide crime gang.

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Alan Pardew: West Bromwich Albion part company with manager

West Bromwich Albion part company with manager Alan Pardew after a run of eight successive league defeats.

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'More than half' of UK households face broadband problems

Households have seen slow internet speeds, dropouts and router issues in the last year, says Which.

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London murder rate overtakes New York's

An ex-senior Met Police officer says he is "absolutely devastated" by the figures for 2018.

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Tottington Primary School teacher learns 'The Floss' dance craze

Simon Hunt spotted his pupils practising the popular dance move and decided to get involved.

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The Generation Game: What the critics said

"The problem here was that you could almost smell the desperation to make it work."

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