BBC News - UK
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The government says adult male prisons have seen an "acute and sudden increase" in populations.
Robert Warnock, 26, used a mobile phone from jail to instigate a "campaign of terror" in Greenock.
Marcus Rashford's World Cup tribute to a friend who died "cheered people up", another friend says.
Dr Aled Meirion Jones defrauded the NHS by claiming for shifts he had not worked.
There have been issues over the delivery of the UK-wide scheme in Northern Ireland.
Cambridge University researchers say how the modern bird skull came to be needs to be re-evaluated.
A palace aide steps down over remarks made to Ngozi Fulani at a reception hosted by the Queen Consort.
Harem Ahmed Abwbaker is accused of being the "right-hand man" in a people-trafficking gang.
Families of three women, each killed by an abusive partner, tell the BBC how their loved ones were let down.
Police are appealing for the baby's mother to get in touch, saying she may need medical care.
Members of two unions have backed walkouts across England and Wales as the NHS pay dispute deepens.
The two party leaders criticise their opponents' policies on public and private schools, and housebuilding.
Lucy Letby is accused of trying to murder a premature twin boy by intentionally giving him insulin.
A woman is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after the boys were hurt in a nine-hour stand-off.
The staple grocery is being rationed in some supermarkets - but why are there so few around?
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage claims London, Birmingham and Manchester are "minority white".
England's 3-0 win over Wales sends them into the knockout stages of the World Cup in Qatar.
The rapper says the England footballer inspires, despite having "tomatoes thrown at him".
It's two decades since a talent show launched one of the most successful girl bands in chart history.
Gemma Jones has epileptic fits most days due to worrying about her daughter and the cost of living.