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  • Tory leadership: Gove becomes eighth candidate to enter race

    The environment secretary will stand against his former Vote Leave ally Boris Johnson, and six others.

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  • Sheffield 'incident': Two charged after children 'rescued'

    The man and woman are due to appear before Sheffield Magistrates' Court on Monday.

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  • Jodie Chesney death: Fourth suspect charged with murder

    Jodie Chesney, 17, was stabbed to death in an east London park in March.

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  • Children 'rescued' from Sheffield house leave hospital

    Six children were taken to hospital after Friday's incident but two boys, aged 13 and 14, died.

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  • We Are FSTVL: People 'collapse' after hours of queues at the gates

    Festival-goers say a lack of wristbands led to crowds pushing through gates at We Are FSTVL.

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  • Cladding tests 'almost certain to fail', experts say

    Fire safety experts warn that 1,700 buildings in England are likely to fail new fire tests.

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  • NHS bans sale of energy drinks to under-16s in Scottish hospitals

    Shops in Scotland's hospitals will not be allowed to sell high-energy drinks to anyone under 16.

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  • Bug hunt: Volunteers needed to spot insect's 'spittle'

    Scientists want thousands of volunteers to help record sightings of "spittle" and spittlebugs across the UK.

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  • Everest: British man among latest mountain deaths

    Ten people have now died climbing the world's highest peak this season, amid reports of overcrowding.

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  • Lyric Theatre evacuated in Jason Manford show as phone on fire

    Jason Manford tweeted a photo of a fire engine outside the venue, saying "on fire tonight".

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  • 'No Outsiders' teacher leads Birmingham Pride parade

    Andrew Moffat started the "No Outsiders" lessons at Parkfield Community School in Birmingham.

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  • Storm Hannah uncovers Borth 'sunken' underwater forest

    It is believed that the area was once-fertile land and a township stretching for 20 miles.

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  • Meet Belfast's young climate change protesters

    Young people all over the world are walking out of school in protest of climate change - and Belfast is no different.

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  • The intimacy coordinator that helps choreograph sex scenes

    Ita O'Brien is the BBC's first "intimacy director" and has worked on new BBC drama Gentleman Jack.

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  • County Lines: 'What we put in, the shed gives us back'

    A homelessness project helps keep vulnerable young people off the streets and away from drugs gangs.

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  • Dog hospice: Where dying canines 'fulfil bucket list'

    Nicola Harrison ticks off the canines' "bucket lists" that include seaside trips and birthday cakes.

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  • Mutiny Festival drugs death mum issues warning a year on

    Janine Milburn's daughter Georgia Jones, 18, collapsed at Mutiny Festival in Portsmouth last year.

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  • Alport syndrome: Man's epic journey for kidney charity

    When Sam Clarke was 10 years old he was told by doctors that his kidneys would fail because of Alport syndrome.

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  • The mayor who wears a hijab

    Cllr Rakhia Ismail, from Islington, London, is thought to be the first UK mayor to wear a hijab.

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