BBC News - UK
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A mother seeks to make Facebook block an account that posted images falsely claiming her son had cancer.
The BBC says it takes sound seriously after complaints were made about the wartime drama.
Kamran Sabir Hussain is accused of encouraging his congregation to support so-called Islamic State.
Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw is being investigated by the Football Association for potentially breaching betting rules during Monday's FA Cup loss to Arsenal.
A Muslim teacher on a school trip posts a video to Snapchat of him being escorted off a US-bound plane.
After the actress ate a spider's leg, we look at whether the UK should embrace eating insects.
The Bank of England's chief economist admits "sizeable" forecasting errors have been made in the past.
A third senior figure on the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry resigns, citing personal reasons.
They want to have a civil partnership instead of a marriage and vow to fight the decision.
A crackdown on unpaid car tax is on the up, with one town seeing 33 cars clamped in two days.
Analysts say the government could undershoot the forecast deficit for current financial year.
Internet "supervillain" Milo Yiannopoulos is dropped from a conference and has a book deal cancelled.
More than 600 black South Africans drowned in WW1 when their ship was struck by a Royal Mail vessel. But why did the captain blamed for the tragedy do nothing to help?
A woman from Scotland is arrested in Portugal for "corpse desecration" after her husband's remains were found on their farm.
Hospital services in nearly two-thirds of England could be cut or scaled back, BBC analysis shows.
Five people are arrested after the main tunnel to Heathrow Airport is blocked by protesters.
The fourth named storm of this winter, Doris, is expected to bring high winds and snow to Scotland on Thursday.
A traffic camera captures the moment an officer chases a swan down the M27 in Hampshire.
How Brexit might create complications for the way food in the UK is labelled.
Philip Hammond is under pressure to act with some businesses facing "eye-watering" rate rises.