BBC News - UK

China coronavirus: UK tracing up to 2,000 Wuhan visitors
So far tests on 14 people in the UK have shown to be negative, the chief medical officer says.
Met Police to deploy facial recognition cameras
Police say the short-term deployments will check watchlists of suspects wanted for serious crimes.
Baby Harry Richford's Margate hospital death 'wholly avoidable'
Harry Richford was born in an operating theatre "full of panicking people", an inquest is told.
Fergal Keane: BBC Africa editor leaves role because of PTSD
The BBC's Africa editor Fergal Keane will work in a new role for the corporation.
Richard Huckle jail killing: Inmate charged with murder
Richard Huckle, who abused as many as 200 Malaysian children, was found dead in his cell in October.
Family courts 'not safe space' for domestic abuse survivors
A judge is criticised for making "legally inaccurate" comments about sexual assault and consent.
British man 'falls to his death' in French Alps
Police believe the unnamed Briton fell off a cliff after a night out on Thursday.
Coin seller jailed for hiding part of £3m Viking hoard
Paul Wells hid historic coins, dug up near Leominster in Herefordshire, in a magnifying glass handle.
Article 13: UK will not implement EU copyright law
Media giants such as Google have been outspoken opponents of the legislation.
Prince Charles calls for 'lasting peace' on Bethlehem visit
The Prince of Wales says it is his "dearest wish" the future brings "freedom, justice and equality" to Palestinians.
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