BBC News - UK 8 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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Hackney stabbing: Second stab death suspect 'at large', police say

Israel Ogunsola was found with stab wounds on a street in Hackney on Wednesday evening.

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Olivier Awards 2018: Hip hop musical Hamilton dominates

It took seven gongs including best new musical, best actor in a musical and best lighting design.

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Prostate cancer: Four in 10 cases diagnosed late, charity says

A report by the charity Orchid found 37% of prostate cancer cases are diagnosed in the late stages.

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Two men dead after Edgware 'carbon monoxide leak'

Five other people are in hospital after the leak at an address in Edgware, north-west London.

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Russian spy: Politicians in 'idiot' row over poisoning

A bitter row breaks out between Labour and the Tories over the response to the Salisbury attack.

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Angela Rayner 'frustrated' over Labour anti-Semitism action

The shadow education secretary says the 2016 Chakrabarti report findings must be implemented faster.

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UK wife-carrying contest takes place in Dorking

The 11th annual contest takes place in Surrey over a wet and muddy 1250ft obstacle course.

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Fishermen protest over lack of control of UK waters post-Brexit

Protesters accuse the government of "betrayal" over a lack of immediate control of UK waters after Brexit.

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Sunday Times' Rod Liddle 'mocks Wales' over Severn crossing renaming

Sunday Times columnist Rod Liddle sparks anger after his column about the renaming of the Severn crossing.

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Film urges CPR to the tune of Proclaimers' hit '500 miles'

A new campaign urges people to do CPR to the tune of The Proclaimers' "I'm Gonna Be (500 miles)".

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Olivier Awards 2018: Hamilton wins seven prizes

The hip hop musical snaps up the most prizes on British theatre's biggest awards night.

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Moment England basketballers get engaged

Georgia had "no idea" the proposal was coming until Jamell got down on one knee at the Commonwealths.

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Chris Wylie: 'I want a democratic mandate for Brexit'

Chris Wylie calls for "absolute clarity" that the Brexit vote was made "fairly" and in compliance with the law.

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Outstanding natural beauty of Norfolk coast celebrated

An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Norfolk marks 50 years as a nationally-protected area.

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Newspaper headlines: Syria attack focus for front pages

The suspected chemical attack on Douma - and President Trump's response - attract headlines.

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The reality of trying to escape gang life

Abdi left prison determined to make a new start but, shortly afterwards, was attacked with a knife.

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Meet the Brit in charge of fixing NYC's subway

New York City's subway - and millions of disgruntled commuters - are at the end of their rope. Meet the man who's supposed to fix it all.

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How smoothie brand Innocent became a bestseller

Richard Reed, one of the co-founders of smoothie firm Innocent, looks back on the company's meteoric growth.

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Singing with Bono for a Good Friday 'yes'

Twenty years after the 1998 referendum campaign, Ash's Tim Wheeler recalls the Concert for Yes.

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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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