BBC News - UK 4 April 2018

Man, 78, held after 'burglar' killed

An intruder was stabbed during a struggle at the man's house in Hither Green, south-east London.

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Russian spy: Labour criticises Boris Johnson's poisoning response

Jeremy Corbyn demands a "cool approach" as ministers defend their view that Russia was responsible.

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Ray Wilkins: Former England captain dies in London hospital

Former England and Chelsea midfielder Ray Wilkins dies in hospital at the age of 61.

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Heroin deaths highest in Blackpool and coastal areas

Figures show Blackpool has the highest rate of deaths linked to heroin and morphine.

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Newborn baby found dead in woodland in Rochdale

The remains were found on land in Heywood, Rochdale at about 07:10 BST, say police.

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What is the gender pay gap at your company?

The last few firms are publishing their gender pay gap figures before Wednesday's midnight deadline.

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Obesity-related hospital admissions 'double in four years'

There were 617,000 hospital admissions in England in 2016-17 where obesity was a factor.

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London shootings: Boy, 16, dies after second fatal attack

The 16-year-old boy's death takes the capital's murder count to 48 so far this year.

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Amazon adverts banned for 'misleading' customers over savings

The Advertising Standards Authority says Amazon misled customers over savings on electronic devices.

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Commonwealth Games: Gold Coast event starts with colourful opening ceremony

The 21st Commonwealth Games officially get under way on the Gold Coast after a spectacular opening ceremony.

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Cable: Lib Dems are well-kept secret

The party's leader says it is defying the polls as he launches its local election campaign.

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Daimler found buried in Guernsey back garden

Local enthusiasts have identified the car as a Daimler, possibly from the 1940s or 1950s.

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The names and faces of those killed in the capital

By the start of April 2018, 48 people had been killed in London. These are the victims.

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Gender pay gap: Four things we've learnt

Most of the UK's biggest companies pay men more than women, and other facts about gender pay.

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The unspoken alcohol problem among UK Punjabis

Alcohol consumption is glamorised across different aspects of Punjabi culture and shame stops many seeking the help that they need.

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Stop and search: How successful is the police tactic?

The old regime was not particularly effective at targeting people who were committing crimes.

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Has London murder rate overtaken New York?

Statistics show that New York still appears to be more violent than London.

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