BBC News - UK
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Hamzah Selim initially thought a fight had broken out when he heard women screaming and swearing.
Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip is unhurt after his car was involved in a road collision this afternoon.
Jurors are shown "distressing" footage of an air show loop manoeuvre which ended in a fatal explosion.
Enes Kanter explains why he won't be attending his team's NBA game in London.
Meet one of the women behind the pink campaign that posted feminist icons across London.
Upskirting has now been made a crime in England and Wales, after Gina Martin's campaign.
The abuse victim says she went into "full meltdown" after hearing her name on air, a court hears.
Grime musician Andy Anokye "reasonably believed" the women had consented, his trial heard.
Japan's Hitachi is suspending work on the Wylfa Newydd plant in Wales amid concerns over rising costs.
Several roads are closed in the north east after ice and snow cause problems for drivers.
Cricket World Cup organisers are prepared to take legal action against secondary ticketing sites, with some 2019 tickets being offered at 104 times face value.
Harry's owner Maria Parry realised the tree was "really high" after she climbed it to free him.
Jasmin Paris expressed milk for her 14-month-old daughter during the gruelling Montane Spine Race.
Most things you need to know about the DUP and Brexit can be gauged from the party's name, says Jayne McCormack.
Ant and Dec will be reunited at auditions for Britain's Got Talent at the London Palladium.
Mark Fellows shot dead crime boss Paul Massey and mob "fixer" John Kinsella in a gang feud.
Tony Blair says a no deal Brexit will "profoundly damage" the UK economy.
James Hayter drove with his hands bound by cable ties in a "mindless prank", police said.
This group of high kicking, power-punching pensioners prove "it's never too late to learn".
There are fears work on Wylfa Newydd will stop, dealing a "tremendous blow" to the economy.