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Dark web paedophile Matthew Falder jailed for 32 years
Matthew Falder blackmailed victims into sending sexual images that he then shared on the dark web.
Theresa May's university review will not scrap fees
The prime minister says university costs are too high, but students must pay back for degrees.
'Devil incarnate' football abuser jailed
Ex-football coach Barry Bennell is sentenced for 50 counts of child sexual abuse.
Florida school shooting: Trump 'supportive' of better gun background checks
There are growing calls for gun control reform after 17 people died in a Florida school shooting.
Chicken chaos as KFC closes outlets
Hundreds of the chicken chain's UK outlets are shut following "issues" with new delivery firm DHL.
Terracotta theft: Chinese anger over stolen warrior thumb
A US man took a selfie with the 2,000-year-old terracotta warrior statue before stealing its thumb.
CCTV shows girl, 12, violently attacked for phone
The attacker is shown to grab the girl and throw her to the floor.
Meat supplier Russell Hume falls into administration
The collapse of Derby-based Russell Hume following an FSA investigation will cost almost 270 jobs.
'Extraordinary' dead heat in two-man bobsleigh
Watch highlights as Canada's Justin Kripps and Germany's Francesco Friedrich tie for gold in the men's two-man bobsleigh - the first time in 20 years the title has been shared.
Corbyn should be 'open' on spy's claims - May
Prime Minister Theresa May says all parliamentarians must be "accountable" for past actions.
Stoke-on-Trent woman charged after paramedics abused
Paramedics were verbally abused and an abusive note was left on an ambulance during an emergency.
Tributes paid to 'grime legend' Stormin MC
Skepta, DJ Target and Giggs are among those who've paid tribute to the grime MC.
Maternity leave: 'I was made redundant on first day back'
As a poll finds "worrying attitudes" among employers, three mums tell the BBC about their experiences.
What the Baftas tell us about the Oscar race
Will Three Billboards and The Shape of Water ace it at March's all-important Oscars£
Berlusconi tells BBC reporter: 'No one will marry you'
The former Italian prime minister hopes to lead the next coalition government but is still as outspoken as ever.
Tuition fees: Five myths busted
From escaping your student loan by moving abroad to whether it affects your chance of getting a mortgage.
Fergie's Star-Spangled Banner given a 'foul' at NBA All-Star Game
Ex Black Eyed Peas singer's performance before annual basketball match-up did not impress everyone.
Ethiopian cliff church gives priest daily test of faith
In the remote mountains of northern Ethiopia, a lone priest scales a 250m cliff each day to reach his church.
Stink bugs threaten New Zealand car imports
Cargo ships are being turned away in New Zealand over fears for country's biosecurity.
Life after Ebola
The legacy of the virus which spread through three West African countries.
Baftas: What the stars were talking about on the red carpet
From the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements to the films they made, the stars had a lot to say.
Sheringham Scira Viking Festival
Hoards of Norse invaders march on the coast to send their leader flaming into Valhalla.
'I fix umbrellas to save the world'
Thierry Millet is one of Europe’s last remaining artisanal umbrella repair man.
What it's like being a female director in Bollywood
Gauri Shinde talks about the challenges of working in a male-dominated industry.
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Barry Bennell sentencing: Victims speak of ruined lives
Victims of Barry Bennell tell Liverpool Crown Court how his abuse devastated their lives.
London Fashion Week: What's gone down so far
London Fashion Week is mid-swing, we take a look at the highlights so far...
Skins: How the TV series produced so much British talent
Daniel Kaluuya is the latest actor to join the Skins hall of fame after winning the EE Bafta Rising Star award.
Chippendales: 'We don't feel objectified'
Chippendales dance captain discusses groping, objectification and the enjoyment of stripping.
Shannon Matthews: The unravelling of the truth
Ten years on since the kidnapping hoax, has the full story been revealed£
Reality Check: How does renting a home in the UK compare£
Home ownership among young people has plummeted. What protections do UK tenants have and what responsibilities do they face£
'I took my wife's name - and then the hassle began'
Two men describe the difficulties they experienced when they took their wife's last name.
The lesbian pioneers who fooled Spain's Catholic Church
Their wedding in 1901 remains the only known same-sex marriage in the church's history, the BBC's James Badcock reports.
Would cutting tuition fees help poorer graduates£
Would cutting university tuition fees without changing anything else make the system less progressive£
The beauty boss who turned snakes into ladders
Grit and determination, as well as snakes and dragons, helped Maria Hatzistefanis become a business success.
Jack Whitehall: I asked for the Chuckle Brothers at the Brits
Actor and comedian Jack Whitehall on how he's preparing for British music's biggest presenting gig.
In Florida aftermath, US students say 'Never Again'
Movements run by school students are spreading rapidly online in wake of the Florida attack.
The country breeding a generation of chess whizz kids
Since 2011, all children in Armenia from six to eight years old have compulsory chess lessons - and some now are very good indeed.
Is the French wine brotherhood worried about Brexit£
Hugh Schofield has a weird and charming day in a wine region and asks questions about Brexit.
Winter Olympics: Rowan's redemption, a super coach & 'extraordinary' dead heat
Watch the best of the action from day 10 of the Winter Olympics as Britain's Rowan Cheshire qualifies for the halfpipe final.
Elise Christie: How Steven Bradbury's incredible story could inspire GB skater
Why Great Britain's Elise Christie can take inspiration from the story of Australian gold medal winner Steven Bradbury.
FA Cup: Wigan striker Will Grigg scores a crucial opening goal against Manchester City in the fifth round
Wigan's Will Grigg scores the goal that seals a remarkable upset as League One Wigan beat runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City.
Laura Kenny speaks to Jessica Ennis-Hill for advice after giving birth
Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny says former heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill has been a "great support" after giving birth.
Winter Olympics: 'That's unbelievable!' - Poland's Artur Nogal's start line slip
Watch Poland's Artur Nogal slip having just left the start line in the men's 500m speed-skating event in Pyeongchang.
Six Nations 2018: Taulupe Faletau and Dan Biggar fit for Wales
Taulupe Faletau and Dan Biggar join fellow Lions Leigh Halfpenny and Ross Moriarty in being fit to face Ireland on Saturday.
Casey Stoney to join Phil Neville's England staff after ending playing career
Casey Stoney will join new England women's boss Phil Neville's backroom team after playing her final Liverpool game on Wednesday.
Winter Olympics: Great Britain's Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland advance in ice dance
Great Britain's Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland safely progress to the final day of the ice dance competition.
Winter Olympics: GB's Rowan Cheshire through to ski halfpipe final
Watch Great Britain's Rowan Cheshire qualify for the women's ski halfpipe final - four years after an injury in training ended her chances of competing in Sochi.
GB curling teams boost semi-final hopes
Great Britain's curling teams improve their hopes of qualifying for the Winter Olympic semi-finals after narrow wins.
Winter Olympics: Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis endures 'nightmare' as dress comes undone
French ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis endures her "worst nightmare" as her dress comes undone during a short dance routine.
Winter Olympics: The skier who brought his late brother with him to Pyeongchang
"Team Lillis" hoped to one day watch all three brothers, Jonathon, 23, Chris, 19, and Mikey, 17, compete in the Olympic ariels competition.
Winter Olympics: Day-by-day guide to Pyeongchang 2018
The Britons, the medals, the highlights - everything you need to know about every day of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Winter Olympics 2018: Woodsy, scary aerials & masters of the mic
Watch the best moments from day nine of Pyeongchang 2018, including James Woods' bid for ski slopestyle silverware and the thrill of the aerials.
Winter Olympics: Who could win Great Britain's record-breaking medal£
Great Britain need one more medal to reach their greatest tally at a Winter Olympics - but who could take them to that magic mark£
Hogline controversy: GB curling team beaten by Sweden at Winter Olympics
Fellow athletes, fans and commentators react as Great Britain's women's curling team lose to Sweden amid hogline controversy.
Winter Olympics: Elise Christie faces 'fight against time' to make 1,000m
Britain's Elise Christie is in a "fight against time" to be fit for her final Winter Olympic medal chance and "won't be at her optimum" if she does race.
Winter Olympics 2018: James Woods misses out on slopestyle medal as Oysteing Braaten wins gold
Watch highlights from the men's ski slopestyle as Great Britain's James Woods agonisingly misses out on a medal as Norway's Oystein Braaten wins gold.
Winter Olympics: Russian athlete suspected of failing doping test
A Russian athlete is suspected of breaking anti-doping rules at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
The playboy who got away with $242m – using ‘black magic’
How Foutanga Babani Sissoko pulled off one of the most audacious confidence tricks of all time.
Florida school shooting: A killer comes to 'paradise'
Students re-live Wednesday's shooting in Florida - and demand tougher gun laws from their government.
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