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Gillian Burke 'horrified to be blamed for Springwatch team break-up'

Gillian Burke 'horrified to be blamed for Springwatch team break-up'

The new addition to the show has said she was horrified to be blamed for “breaking up” the Springwatch team.

6:02am Tuesday 17 January 2017

George Michael 'died of accidental drugs overdose', his cousin says

George Michael pictured in 2011 - his cousin has spoken to the BBC about the star's death

George Michael's cousin has said he suspects the star died of an accidental drugs overdose.

5:22am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Police find body during probe into disappearance of Victoria Cherry

Police issued this image of Victoria Cherry as officers investigating her disappearance discovered a body

Police investigating the disappearance of a woman who went missing more than a year ago have discovered a body.

5:20am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Family invites 'all who loved her' to rape campaigner Jill Saward's funeral

Jill Saward was the first rape victim to waive her legal right to anonymity

The funeral of victims' rights campaigner Jill Saward will take place today at Lichfield Cathedral in Staffordshire.

5:16am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Court appeal over change of prosecution policy relating to assisted dying

Nikki Kenward was stricken by Guillain-Barre Syndrome in 1990

Disability rights campaigners are to ask the Court of Appeal to examine whether the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) acted lawfully in changing prosecution policy in cases of assisted dying.

5:16am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Public inquiry of unarmed man fatally shot by police marksman to begin

Anthony Grainger was shot by police through the windscreen of a stolen Audi (IPCC/PA)

A public inquiry into the death of a man shot by police is due to open.

5:16am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Inflation set to hit 28-month high amid food and petrol prices surge

Petrol prices are likely to have been a contributing factor in a rise in inflation

Higher petrol and food prices are expected to send inflation to a 28-month high when official figures are released today.

5:16am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Rolls-Royce agrees £671m payment to settle corruption claims

The agreements relate to bribery and corruption scandals involving intermediaries in overseas markets such as Indonesia and China

Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £671 million to British, US and Brazilian authorities to settle bribery and corruption claims.

12:23am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Poor transport links to services 'hurting rural communities'

Campaigners have called for improved links

Rural communities are suffering due to poor transport links to vital public services, according to a new report.

12:14am Tuesday 17 January 2017

Unpaid internships 'should be banned to improve top jobs access'

The cross-party group is seeking to boost access to top professions among young people from more disadvantaged backgrounds

Unpaid internships should be banned to help ensure that thousands of young people do not miss out on jobs in top professions, it has been suggested.

12:14am Tuesday 17 January 2017
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