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Angharad Paget-Jones says she was woken by staff in the night who claimed she had a "fake" guide dog.
Some 9,500 drivers from 12 firms will walk out on Saturday 26 November, the fifth strike since July.
The panel of the public inquiry into the disaster, which killed 72, will now decide who is to blame.
Steven Craig has already served nearly 19 years in jail for setting fire to Jacqueline Kirk in 1998.
James Maddison, Marcus Rashford and Callum Wilson are included in England's 26-man Fifa World Cup squad for Qatar.
Four people are jailed for a total of 31 years for trafficking women into Scotland.
The Britain's Got Talent judge apologises for making "disrespectful comments" about two hopefuls.
Albert Butler, 38, received a suspended prison sentence for impeding the ambulance.
Former servicewoman tells BBC she is angry women in the Navy say they are still experiencing abuse.
Three of the last generation of World War Two veterans share recollections of the deadliest war in history.
Suspects are almost 25% more likely to be charged for crimes in urban areas than the countryside.
A large study has begun to find out whether nirsevimab should be offered to all babies in the UK.
Patients facing agonising waits as NHS struggles to provide treatment quickly, BBC analysis shows.
Nitnem Gutkas are issued by the UK Defence Sikh Network at a ceremony in London.
Political tensions mean both nations have been shut out of the EU's prestigious Horizon programme.
Migrant communities around the world lift trade between their new and former countries.
John Lewis says the cost of living crisis was "front of mind" as it joins other big brands launching festive campaigns.
A growing number of older renters are struggling as rents rise and the cost of living increases.
Brexit backer Lord Wolfson says immigration rules should be relaxed to tackle labour shortages.
The government's justification for upcoming UK tax rises and spending cuts is shaky, economists say.