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Charity boss Justin Forsyth resigns from Unicef

Justin Forsyth resigns from Unicef after allegations about his behaviour while at Save the Children.

Jonathan Udall dies after Grand Canyon helicopter crash

Jonathan Udall had been in hospital since the crash in the Grand Canyon while on his honeymoon.

Brothers, 6 and 2, killed in 'hit-and-run' in Coventry

A man, 53, and woman, 41, are arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and drink driving.

Harry and Meghan letter sent to palace 'race hate crime'

The package sent to St James's Palace is being investigated by counter terror police.

Pair jailed for UK homemade bomb attack plan

Munir Mohammed and Rowaida El-Hassan met on a dating app and exchanged messages about ricin.

Ministers conclude crunch Brexit talks at Chequers

Brexit sub-committee meets for eight hours over Brexit strategy, ahead of a speech by the PM next week.

Channel 5 ordered to pay £20,000 damages to evicted couple

A judge rules a Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away showing of an eviction violated their right to privacy.

Migration figures: Highest number of EU nationals leaving UK in a decade

About 130,000 EU citizens emigrated from the UK in year to September, but a higher number arrived.

M1 crash deaths: Lorry driver 'twice drink-drive limit'

The crash which killed eight people who were in a minibus was "entirely avoidable", a court hears.

Former vicar jailed for child abuse

The judge described Ifor Whittaker's behaviour as "disgraceful, disgusting and despicable",

Care home pole dancing: Christchurch residents promised more

Residents asked for "modern entertainment" but councillors called pole dancing "inappropriate".

Syrian refugees in the UK: 'We've lost nothing but our country'

This family is among 10,000 Syrian refugees settled in the UK. But they left many more behind.

University strikes: What do students think?

As university staff start a 14-day strike across 64 universities, we ask four students how they feel.

Brit Awards 2018 in two minutes: Stormzy and Dua Lipa win big

The big winners are Dua Lipa and Stormzy, who used his performance to attack the government on Grenfell.

Brits stars react to white roses movement

Paloma Faith was among those asked about the symbol of solidarity with victims of harassment and abuse.

From 'terrible teen' to thriving entrepreneur

A weightlifter has turned her life around to become a successful business woman at 32.

The two-year-old boy beating paralysis

Toddler Alfie was paralysed as a baby but is now learning to walk one step at a time.

Headingley bar fight turns into mass brawl

A fight in a bar in Leeds quickly descends into chaos, with chairs and glasses used as weapons.

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Queen of the South keeper crisis after goalie hurt by cow

A Scottish Championship club faces a selection headache after the teenager is injured by the runaway animal.

Are sick migrants avoiding NHS doctors over deportation fears?

Should doctors continue to hand over names and addresses to immigration officers, asks the NHS in England.

Brit Awards 2018: The best pictures from the ceremony

Some of the biggest stars in music took to the stage on the biggest night in British pop.

Devon town Ashburton joins the plastic-free movement

Communities across Devon and Cornwall are signing up to a national plastic-free initiative.

University strike: What's it all about?

As university lecturers at 64 universities strike over pensions, we look at the issues.

Should the water industry be renationalised?

The pros and cons of Labour's vow to bring the water industry back into public ownership.

Meet the designer who turned the Queen's head

Londoner Richard Quinn is given a royal seal of approval for his bright and bold prints.

Aldershot army barracks 'worse than the frontline'

Soldiers have said a lack of hot water and heating has made them lose morale and think of leaving the army.

MPs investigate impact of social media and screens on youth

MPs launch an inquiry into the impact of social media and screen-use on young people's health.

The dirtiest place in your kitchen might surprise you...

Lots of us use wipes to keep our kitchen surfaces clean. But is it worth it?

Apprenticeships: Eight things you need to know

What's been the consequence of changes to the way apprenticeships work?

Little Mix singer criticised for wearing dreads

Jesy Nelson has been accused of cultural borrowing after unveiling a dreadlock hairstyle on Instagram.

Is it too late to save local newspapers?

The closure of hundreds of regional papers is fuelling fake news, the government has warned.



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