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Theresa May survives confidence vote of Tory MPs (Thu, 13 Dec 2018)
The prime minister says she has a "renewed mission" after 200 out of 317 Tory MPs back her as their leader but critics say her authority is weakened.
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Michael Cohen blames Trump's 'dirty deeds' as he is jailed (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
The disgraced lawyer says the US president made him "follow a path of darkness rather than light".
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Strasbourg shooting: Police appeal to find Chérif Chekatt (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
They name Chérif Chekatt, 29, as the man suspected of opening fire in the French city, killing two.
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Scottish budget: Higher earner income tax gap to widen (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Scotland's finance secretary will not pass on a tax break for higher earners that was announced by the chancellor in his UK budget.
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Refugee: 'I am not a people smuggler’ (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
A Syrian refugee who saved 18 people has been released from a Greek prison, after being accused of people trafficking.
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Screen Actors Guild Awards: Two nominations for Emily Blunt (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
The British actress gets two nominations for her work in Mary Poppins Returns and A Quiet Place.
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Bereaved mother criticises Facebook over baby ads (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
The woman says if companies were able to spot she had been pregnant, they should also have realised she was bereaved.
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Sarah Gordy MBE: Actor in honorary degree first (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Sarah Gordy MBE is the first person with Down's syndrome to receive the honour from a UK university.
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Syria war: 'Seven mass graves found' in former IS stronghold (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Syria state media says hundreds of bodies "subjected to torture" were found in a former IS area.
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Canada is seeking consular access to ex-diplomat detained in China (Thu, 13 Dec 2018)
Michael Kovrig, on special leave from Canada's foreign ministry, was detained this week in Beijing.
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Grenfell Tower fire: Inquiry to resume by 'end of 2019' (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
As part one of the inquiry ends, the firefighters' union says no brigade had high-rise evacuation plans.
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Spain's minimum wage to jump 22% in new year (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
"A rich country cannot have poor workers," the PM said, announcing the biggest hike for decades.
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Parker Solar Probe: Sun-skimming mission starts calling home (Thu, 13 Dec 2018)
Having become the closest-ever human-made object to our star, the Parker spacecraft returns returns its first data
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California man freed after two days trapped in restaurant grease vent (Thu, 13 Dec 2018)
Fire crews free the 29-year-old from a small duct at a vacant Chinese restaurant in California.
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Cheers as vote win declared (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Sir Graham Brady announces that Theresa May has won the party confidence vote by 200 votes to 117.
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Brexit battles: How Theresa May keeps fighting on (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
It's been a struggle that's lasted two years – but for now the PM's fighting talk means she's kept her job.
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Pound sheds some earlier gains as May wins confidence vote (Thu, 13 Dec 2018)
Sterling sheds some of its earlier gains after leadership confidence vote result is revealed.
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How Tory MPs said they would vote in no confidence ballot (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
A full list of the Conservative MPs who publicly said whether or not they would Theresa May.
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Brexit: Your simple guide to the UK leaving the EU (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide.
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Brexit, the Irish border, backstop - does anyone really understand? (Sat, 08 Dec 2018)
Newsbeat's De'Graft Mensah cuts through the difficult stuff and answers "What's The Fuss about Brexit?"
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How Apollo 8 Astronauts took the famous 'Earthrise' photograph (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Frank Borman was the Commander of the Apollo 8 mission to the Moon. The astronauts took an iconic photo of the Earth rising above the lunar surface.
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Chocolate meltdown closes German road (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Some 25 firefighters were called in after a tank of liquid chocolate poured out into a street.
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Robot turns out to be man in suit (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
A robot has featured on Russian TV but turns out to be a man in a suit.
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'Planet of the chickens': How the bird took over the world (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
With around 23 billion chickens on the planet at any one time, the bird is a symbol of our times, say scientists.
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The India girl who took her dad to the police over a toilet (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
The Indian girl accused her father of "cheating" because he broke his promise to build her a toilet.
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Santa brings sense of calm and comfort to autistic teen (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
A busy mall can make 19-year-old Jack anxious but when Santa is there he's comfortable and calm.
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Colchester Zoo's orangutan Rajang dies aged 50 (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Paying tribute to one of its best-loved residents, Colchester Zoo said Rajang would never be forgotten.
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Aquaman reviews: Does the blockbuster sink or swim? (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Here's what the critics thought of DC's new fantasy film.
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Trump Russia affair: Key questions answered (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Get your head around the sprawling saga of alleged collusion between the Trump team and Moscow.
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Face to face with the Strasbourg gunman (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Eyewitnesses to the shooting in a Strasbourg Christmas market share their stories.
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Mrs Wilson: Still searching for the real Alexander Wilson (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
As the BBC drama Mrs Wilson ends, Alexander Wilson's family don't know what to believe, his grandson writes.
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The Germans solving rising rents with people power (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Living in gentrified areas of Munich is getting pricey - but these renters say they have the answer.
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Instagram tightens eating disorder filters after BBC investigation (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
The photo network’s filters don’t always halt posts that can promote anorexia and bulimia.
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Why Wales' quietest station, Sugar Loaf, got busier (Tue, 11 Dec 2018)
Railway enthusiasts have made this remote halt an unlikely "tourist destination".
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Yemen war: Billions in aid, but where's it going? (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Peace talks in Sweden aim at ending nearly four years of civil war.
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Man Utd finish second in group after limp Valencia defeat (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Manchester United fall to a Champions League defeat in Valencia as a Phil Jones own goal follows a glaring miss by Paul Pogba.
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Sane double helps Man City beat Hoffenheim and top group (Thu, 13 Dec 2018)
Manchester City's qualification for the Champions League last 16 was an "incredible success", says manager Pep Guardiola.
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Football must unite to stamp out the 'ugly' spectre of racism - West Brom boss Darren Moore (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
West Brom boss Darren Moore is calling on football to unite to stamp out the "ugly" spectre of racism.
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'Jiffy-bag doctor' Freeman pulls out of Varnish tribunal (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
The doctor involved in cycling's jiffy-bag scandal has pulled out of giving evidence to Jess Varnish's employment tribunal on legal grounds.
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Watch: England into World Cup semi-finals after five-goal thriller (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
England make it through to the semi-finals of the Hockey World Cup after a thrilling 3-2 win over Argentina in the quarter-finals in India.
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Celtic's Griffiths faces spell out to seek help for 'ongoing issues' (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths will be "out of football for a little period of time" as he receives help with "ongoing issues", including some relating to his mental health.
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Maitland-Niles claims he was racially abused as youth player (Wed, 12 Dec 2018)
Arsenal midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles says he was the victim of racial abuse when playing for the Gunners youth team
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Triple child murders: The lodger who destroyed a family (Sat, 08 Dec 2018)
David McGreavy murdered and mutilated three young children 45 years ago, a crime that remains as shocking as it was inexplicable.
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I helped send my adoptive father to jail for 5,000 years (Sun, 09 Dec 2018)
Thirty-six years after surviving a massacre, Ramiro Osorio Cristales testified last month against one of the killers - the man who raised him.
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