BBC News - UK 7 April 2018

'Enough police' to tackle violence rise - Amber Rudd

The home secretary dismisses claims reduced resources are to blame as she outlines a new strategy.

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Russian spy: Embassy request is diversionary tactic, says UK

The UK calls Russia's response "unsatisfactory" after the Russian Embassy calls for a meeting.

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Peter Kay stage appearance delights Car Share fans

It was the comedian's first stage appearance since he cancelled all future work last December.

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Prince Charles gets new Chief title on Vanuatu

The Prince of Wales dons a grass skirt as he gets a new title in the South Pacific.

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Man held for terror offences at Gatwick Airport

The 55-year-old suspect was held after arriving in the UK on a flight from Morocco.

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Masters 2018: Patrick Reed leads Rory McIlroy by three into final round

American Patrick Reed holds a three-shot lead into the final round of the Masters at Augusta, with Rory McIlroy second after a round of 65.

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Murder charge over Israel Ogunsola Hackney stabbing

Israel Ogunsola, 18, died after he was found injured in the east London street.

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Ipswich Hospital reviews policy after Ed Sheeran visit

Singer Ed Sheeran was treated at Ipswich Hospital after he broke his elbow and wrist.

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Stephen Lawrence: Mother says Met should be 'honest' about investigation

Stephen Lawrence's mother says she believes police have run out of lines of inquiry into his murder.

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Legal costs halt thousands of domestic violence cases

Domestic violence victims withdrew from court injunction applications after being ordered to pay towards costs.

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Olivier Awards: Could Hamilton get a record haul?

The Olivier Awards, the biggest event in the UK theatrical calendar, take place in London later.

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Saturday Night Takeaway: Applause for McPartlin at finale

Declan Donnelly says the series had been "fun" but "tinged with sadness" after hosting finale.

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Biker death: Widow's mission to change fatal junction

Louise Souza wants the speed limit lowered at the rural crossroads where her biker husband died.

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Grass skirt in Vanuatu for 'high chief' Prince Charles

Prince Charles is declared honorary high chief in Vanuatu, taking the name of Mal Menaringmanu.

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Peter Kay’s Car Share: What did people think of the final episode?

Some fans saw an early screening of the last episode of Peter Kay's series – here's their reviews.

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Newspaper headlines: Weapons law and Skripals' 'new identities'

Headlines focus on violent crime, efforts to protect the Salisbury victims and a new political party.

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Gender pay gap: Six things we've learnt

For the first time, the extent of pay differences between men and women in the UK has been exposed.

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Singing as if you're straight... when you're gay

More and more artists are openly singing about the gay experience after years of warbling love songs aimed at the opposite sex.

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Huntley and Palmers: Biscuit tin sex secrets revealed

An illustrator snuck "naughty" images onto biscuit tins of leading manufacturer Huntley and Palmers.

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The County Down woman who gets paid to listen to whales

Sharon Doake from Gilford works on oil rigs listening for whales and dolphins, to ensure their welfare.

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Quitting football for a life in prison

Rebekah changed career from being a professional football player to becoming a prison officer as part of the government's plans to recruit 2,500 prison officers by the end of 2018.

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