BBC News - UK

Shamima Begum will not be allowed here, Bangladesh says
Bangladesh says there is "no question" of Shamima Begum being allowed into the country.
Independent Group: Three MPs quit Tory party to join
Heidi Allen, Anna Soubry and Sarah Wollaston claim "hard-line anti-EU" MPs now run the Conservatives.
Hillsborough trial: Liverpool fan saw 'human cascade'
A Liverpool fan tells a court he pulled people from a "human cascade" in "ram-packed" central pens.
Edinburgh dad's anger as parents block sick child from lessons
Keir Wallace is often too ill to go to school and other parents are blocking his use of a robot which lets him take part from home.
Just Eat to ban takeaways given rating of zero for hygiene
It comes after the BBC found Just Eat was featuring restaurants plagued with cockroaches and mice.
Derek Hatton suspended by Labour days after being readmitted
Ex-Militant man was only readmitted to the party on Monday, more than 30 years after being expelled.
Alesha MacPhail murder trial: Accused told 'a pack of lies'
The prosecution said there was a "mountain of evidence" against the boy accused of murdering Alesha MacPhail.
Dog owner trapped in manure nearly died
Only the eyes, nose and mouth of Brian Marshall were visible when he was reached by fire crews.
Pontins holiday camp ceiling collapse injures at least seven
The injuries happened after ducting collapsed in the roof of a bar at the site, the fire service says.
Driver Joyce Jenkins 'nudged Swansea baby's pram off crossing'
The 73-year-old woman is accused of driving her car into a pram carrying a nine-month-old baby.
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