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BBC News - UK

Labour pledges law to cut credit card debt
The party says it would limit the amount of interest that could be charged on credit card purchases.
09/25/2017 02:53 AM
Altrincham mosque stabbing: Surgeon attacked in 'hate crime'
Two men are arrested and police are treating the attack in Altrincham as a hate crime.
09/24/2017 11:32 PM
Fifa to lift ban on poppy following talks with football associations of UK
Football's world governing body is set to lift the ban on use of the poppy following talks with the football associations of the United Kingdom.
09/24/2017 09:31 PM
Birmingham tops 'crash for cash' postcodes hotspots
Manchester, Bradford and London also feature on the list compiled by the Insurance Fraud Bureau.
09/25/2017 12:43 AM
NFL: Baltimore Ravens & Jacksonville Jaguars protest during US national anthem
Baltimore and Jacksonville players undertake protest during the US national anthem before the NFL match at Wembley.
09/24/2017 06:45 PM
Anger over Labour conference Brexit vote
Brexit is not in the eight subjects chosen in Brighton - but the party insists it will be debated.
09/25/2017 04:08 AM
Gender pay gap widens for managers
For the UK's 3.3 million managers, men earn more than a quarter more on average than women.
09/24/2017 11:03 PM
Scottish Power says UK will need to boost capacity
Scottish Power says electric cars and a shift to electric heating could mean a big rise in demand for electricity.
09/24/2017 11:28 PM
Brexit: Fresh round of negotiations to take place
Brexit Secretary David Davis will lead UK negotiators into their fourth round of talks.
09/25/2017 02:26 AM
Man falls 50ft down disused mineshaft in west Cornwall
The injured walker was recovered from the bottom of the shaft following a six-hour rescue operation.
09/24/2017 06:07 PM
M62 crane fire: Tyres explode in Rochdale motorway blaze
The blaze caused "long delays" between junctions 21 and 20 of the M62 in Greater Manchester.
09/25/2017 12:16 AM
Six spectators injured in North Yorkshire motorbike race crashes
Twelve people, including six spectators, are hurt when competitors crash at a race in Scarborough.
09/24/2017 05:33 PM
Dugdale gave deputy '10 minutes' notice' she was quitting
Kezia Dugdale gave her deputy Alex Rowley 10-15 minutes' notice she was resigning as Labour leader, he tells the BBC.
09/24/2017 12:53 PM
Lake District mountains: 'Drugged' walkers rescued
A group call police from Scafell to say they are stuck there after taking cannabis.
09/24/2017 11:13 AM
Blaze at former Shoreham Cement Works destroys 19 buses
The fire began in the old cement works and spread to a nearby workshop in West Sussex too.
09/24/2017 01:10 PM
David Davis on Boris Johnson 'back seat driving'
Brexit Secretary David Davis told the BBC's Andrew Marr that his car only has two seats.
09/24/2017 10:15 AM
Clegg: 'You can't end austerity if you don't end Brexit'
The former Lib Dem leader told Andrew Marr that younger people "want something different".
09/24/2017 09:15 AM
'I want to get rid of my Polish accent'
Kasha lives in the UK but has found some people are hostile because of her Polish accent.
09/23/2017 11:14 PM
Prince Harry opens Invictus Games in Toronto
The event is being held in Canada. Athletes from 15 countries compete over eight days.
09/24/2017 05:45 AM
HMS Ocean helps hurricane-hit British Virgin Islands
HMS Ocean arrives in the British Virgin Islands to help those affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria.
09/24/2017 07:01 AM
Anjali: The professional dance company with a difference
Anjali's dancers, who have learning disabilities, are working with world-renowned choreographers.
09/23/2017 11:15 PM
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09/15/2017 09:16 AM
X-rays of rare Degas sculptures reveal artist's secrets
X-ray images confirm the artist used everyday objects, such as pencils, to fill out his creations.
09/25/2017 01:08 AM
Patients complete Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust sailing challenge
The sailors, aged 10 to 30, visited 58 towns and cities round the coast of the UK.
09/24/2017 12:06 PM
Newspaper headlines: Brexit battle and Germany election
Cabinet splits over Brexit and the rise of the far-right in Germany make front-page headlines.
09/24/2017 11:49 PM
Diabulimia
Megan Davison hanged herself after years of hiding her diabulimia and not receiving the right type of care.
09/25/2017 04:09 AM
Vlogging and impressions
He talks to the BBC about vlogging, writing, and perfecting his Donald Trump impression.
09/25/2017 12:42 AM
Modern muse
Hundreds of the Hollywood actor's personal items are on display at Christie's ahead of an auction.
09/23/2017 11:09 PM
Art mystery
Two exhibitions hope to make household names once more of the London artists who all but disappeared in the late 1930s.
09/23/2017 11:39 PM
'I'm so annoyed'
Some women say the loss of Uber's licence will make travel less safe and leave them out of pocket.
09/23/2017 12:28 PM
Strictly stars in quotes
On the eve of the first live show, what do the class of 2017 have to say about taking part?
09/23/2017 12:49 AM
Rounding up
The round £1 coin will no longer be legal tender from 16 October when shops can refuse to accept them.
09/22/2017 11:10 PM
Money, money, money
We look at who has taken the top global spot and which British women are the wealthiest.
09/23/2017 05:48 AM