Paul Nuttall says he did not lose 'close friends' at Hillsborough

UKIP leader says he did not lose "close personal friends" in the disaster as once stated on his website.

Graduate nursery staff have 'little effect' on children

Research challenges "many assumptions" of current policy campaigners say.

Dale Cregan case police officer 'wrote own death report'

Colleague of two murdered PCs filled out his own death report before taking his life, inquest hears.

North Korean leader's half-brother Kim Jong-nam 'killed in Malaysia' - sources

A source close to the Malaysian PM's office tells the BBC that Kim Jong-nam died in Kuala Lumpur.

UK inflation highest since June 2014

Rising fuel costs help to push the UK's inflation rate up to 1.8% in January.

Rolls-Royce reports record loss of £4.6bn

Bribery settlement and the fall in the pound pushes aerospace giant Rolls-Royce to a record loss.

Killed soldier's father criticises compensation proposals

The father of a soldier killed in Iraq criticises MoD plans to end its legal duty of care to service personnel.

Faye Burdett meningitis petition family 'ignored by government'

Neil Burdett's daughter Faye fought meningitis B but died last year, sparking a national campaign.

Steam service returns to Settle-Carlisle

For the first time in nearly 50 years, a steam train is to run a timetabled passenger service in England.

Cyber security: Queen to open centre to protect against attacks

The new security centre designed to improve Britain's resilience to hacking will be opened by the Queen.

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