BBC News - UK 3 April 2018

Tottenham shooting: Girl, 17, dies from gunshot wound

A boy, 16, is also critically ill after another shooting but police are not linking the attacks.

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Labour anti-Semitism row: Corbyn defends appearance at Jewdas event

Mainstream Jewish groups say the Labour leader should not have attended "radical" Jewish event.

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Iraqi death: Soldier vows to defy fresh inquiry

Maj Robert Campbell says he has already been investigated seven times over the 2003 death of Saeed Shabram.

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Obese patients 'too big for MRI scanners' Cardiff NHS board says

One health board says it has had to cancel more than 200 scans since 2014.

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Leicester shop explosion: Three men deny manslaughter

Five people died in the explosion, which destroyed a Polish supermarket and the flat above it.

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Murdoch proposes Sky News sale to Disney

21st Century Fox says it would sell Sky News to Disney in an effort to ease its proposed acquisition of Sky.

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Ten taken to hospital after Glasgow flat disturbance

Two women and eight children were caught up in a fight at a property in Castlemilk, Glasgow.

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Jersey killer Damian Rzeszowski dies in prison

The 37-year-old, who killed his wife and their two children, was serving a 30-year sentence.

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De la Rue given more time to challenge passport decision

The UK's passport supplier gets a two-week extension to challenge a move to a new maker post-Brexit.

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London tour bus driver 'let go of wheel' before crash

Four people were taken to hospital after a tour bus hit a tree branch in central London.

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UK ivory ban among world's 'toughest', Michael Gove says

All sales of ivory products to be banned, regardless of their age, the environment secretary says.

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Commonwealth Games: Historic Gold Coast Games set to begin

More than 4,500 athletes from 71 nations and territories will compete for 275 gold medals at the 21st Commonwealth Games.

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Bournemouth throat-cut victim meets woman who saved his life

Glen Morrant had his neck slashed by an attacker while he was on a night out in Bournemouth.

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Josh Gilbert death: Son’s body parts 'helped 25 people'

The father of a man, 25, who died playing rugby talks about his legacy as an organ and tissue donor.

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Outed in the RAF

Cpl Richardson says people she'd thought of as friends revealed her secret to a room full of colleagues.

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Children with autism: 'Holidays are do-able'

The comedian has been on his first family holiday with his wife and three children, two of whom have autism.

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Why MasterChef's 'crispy' rendang caused uproar

When a chicken rendang dish was dismissed for not being 'crispy', a nation's social media roared.

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The mothers who regret having children

Three women describe what it is like to secretly wish they had never had children.

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Communities unite to defy 'Punish a Muslim Day'

Threats were issued in letters and online, but community leaders urge Muslims not to fall victim to scaremongering.

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