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Waddesdon air crash: Bodies recovered from crash site

Work continues to recover wreckage of the helicopter and plane from a wooded area in Aylesbury.

Gaia Pope: Sister says teenager was 'light of my life'

Her family also praised the "compassion and humanity" of people who searched for the 19-year-old.

Exeter couple finally ditch 1950s appliances

A tumble dryer, boiler, cooker and washing machine are all still in working order.

Royal Blood gig in Birmingham: Police find 53 stolen phones

Police are tracing the owners of all the phones after finding them on a 22-year-old man.

Bristol sailor dies in Clipper Round the World Race

Clipper Round the World Race team says Simon Speirs was swept overboard during gale force winds.

London buses to be powered by coffee

Oil extracted from the city's annual 200,000 tonnes of coffee waste is blended with diesel.

Adnams in 'mighty Norwich City' Twitter gaffe

Suffolk brewer Adnams faces a backlash from local football fans for singing the Canaries' praises.

Drunk woman falls 30ft off Falmouth cliff

Firefighters found the woman on a ledge above the sea at Falmouth, Cornwall.

Muswell Hill house stabbing murder victim named

Neighbours have paid tribute to Cathy Burke who was found murdered in north London.

Polegate level crossing hits woman, 89, on head

Violet Tarrant said she thought she would "die lying on that line" in Polegate.

Paul Farrelly denies fracas claims amid Labour probe

Paul Farrelly denies "squaring up" to a Labour colleague and swearing at two others.

Arrest after two women shot at in car in Northampton

They were passengers in a car in a Northampton residential street and suffered minor injuries.

Lottery cash to study region's pigeon and steel heritage

Heritage in South Tyneside and Redcar and Cleveland will be explored thanks to a £127,000 cash boost.

Cyclist seriously hurt in Fixby car crash

Three people were injured, one seriously, as a car turned right in Fixby.

Liam Gallagher guitar stolen from blind woman in Birmingham

Thieves broke into the 71-year-old's home and stole the signed instrument she won a competition.

Tributes paid to race death motorcyclist Daniel Hegarty

Daniel Hegarty died from his injuries before arriving at hospital in Macau, the BBC understands.

King's Cross fire: Victims remembered at wreath-laying service

A ceremony is held at the north London Tube station to mark the 30th anniversary of the tragedy.

Life 'unbearable' for missing Rory Johnson-Hatfield's family

Rory Johnson-Hatfield disappeared on a night out in York two years ago.

Death of Abbie Jacques, 12, prompts Chesterfield FC tribute

Chesterfield fans applaud after 12 minutes in tribute to Abbie Jacques, 12, who recently died.

Funeral for Coventry man in police death probe

Darren Cumberbatch became ill after being arrested by police in Nuneaton and later died.

Meet Pegleg the one-legged Cornwall surfer

Pegleg takes surfing in his stride thanks to a prosthetic limb.

Manchester Arena attack survivor returns to karate club

Eight-year-old Lily Harrison has recovered from her blast injuries and rejoined her club.

The children's clothes helping to empower redheads

An optician sees inspiration in the MC1R gene and becomes a fashion designer for redheads.

Teaching parkour behind closed doors in Norwich

Children are learning how to perform parkour with the help of a former gymnast.

A Bristol charity recreates the experience of dementia

Milestones Trust is training staff to understand what dementia patients go through on a daily basis.

Colchester Castle hosts dance class for people with Parkinson's disease

The group called Dancing with Parkinson's has been set up at Colchester Castle.

Milton Keynes rebuild plans could 'destroy' community

A revamp of seven council estates in Milton Keynes could see thousands of homes demolished.

Luton Airport tour for 'bucket list' 82-year-old cancer sufferer

Reg Grace, 82, found out he had cancer of the liver during a stay in hospital following a stroke.

Carlisle art show reflects on Storm Desmond

Immersion/Emergence aims to capture the experiences of people affected by the deluge.

Wiltshire's Royal Tank Regiment marks Cambrai centenary

The use of tanks during the Battle of Cambrai helped break through German defences.

'Sense of victory'

The Battle of Cambrai showed how to break the deadlock on the Western Front - but at a terrible cost.

'It made me sick'

Hate crimes against disabled children have risen in the street, in school and online.

England's Big Picture: 13 - 19 November

Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England

Survivors' tales

Thirty years since the King's Cross fire claimed the lives of 31 people, BBC News talks to survivors of the tragedy.

Tycoon's warning

Guernsey's "horrendous" immigration approach should be a stark warning post-Brexit, says Guy Hands.

Warrior reclaimed

A photographer reveals how the stereotype of the "strong, black woman" led her to depression and how a warrior helped her accept her vulnerability.

Anti-elitist

More than 90% of students admitted to Oxford's Mansfield College this year were from state schools. How was this achieved?

Chris Coleman: Sunderland name ex-Wales boss as manager

Former Wales manager Chris Coleman is named as the boss of struggling Championship side Sunderland.

Watford v West Ham United

Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Watford and West Ham United.

England beat PNG to reach World Cup semi-finals

England beat Papua New Guinea despite another error-strewn performance to set-up a World Cup semi-final against Tonga.

Tommy Fleetwood beats Justin Rose to Race to Dubai crown

Tommy Fleetwood beats fellow Englishman Justin Rose to the Race to Dubai title as Jon Rahm wins the season finale Tour Championship.



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