BBC News - UK
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Undercover BBC filming shows staff swearing, mocking and taunting patients with learning disabilities.
Carole Hussey only discovered the 17th Century ornament was valuable thanks to the Antiques Roadshow.
Steven Dymond was found dead days after failing a lie-detector test on the ITV show.
British Steel enters compulsory liquidation, threatening 5,000 jobs directly and 20,000 more indirectly.
Journalist Karen Martin told colleagues she was offered £12,000 less than a man doing the same role.
Social media expert who propelled The Museum of English Rural Life to global fame is snapped up by Tesla.
The author is to release the third book in her delayed Thomas Cromwell trilogy in March 2020.
Results of four-year study shows better music education can improve attendance in disengaged pupils.
Thousands of cannula sleeves have been made by a knitting group since it was set up by a Chester singer.
The retailer says it is making "good progress" as it pursues a programme of store closures.
Some Tory MPs are renewing calls to oust the PM as Labour calls her new offer "too weak".
Police said the attack in south-east London "could have cost [the victim] his life".
The UK's social safety net has been "deliberately removed", says a UN-commissioned report on the UK.
Almost £50,000 has been donated as a reward for information that results in finding the Disappeared.
Has the PM's "final desperate attempt" to find a parliamentary majority already backfired?
Anxious workers in Scunthorpe are waiting to hear the fate of the UK's second-biggest steel maker.
Some UK citizens in France have received their European election postal votes late - or not at all.
How one man with a facial difference hopes the next generation will be more tolerant.
Meet the 18-year-olds voting for the first time in the European Parliament elections.
Inside a school where the "No Outsiders" diversity programme is taught.