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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
PM backs new Okehampton railway line
Prime Minister David Cameron says a new Okehampton railway line would be the "most resilient" solution to Dawlish problem.

Eviction-risk family review agreed
An ex-soldier and his family threatened with eviction from a council house will have their case reviewed, the local authority agrees.

Councillor 'still a risk to children'
A Cornwall councillor continues to pose a "serious and enduring risk" to children, a review concludes.

Man jailed for widow's 2003 murder
A man with a fetish for older women is jailed for life for the murder of a pensioner in her home.

Calls to remove crime commissioner
There are calls for a Police and Crime Commissioner to be removed for proposing a rise in the police's share of council tax and then going on holiday for the meeting.

England's lost theme parks
England's lost theme parks

Taking the hot air out of Parliament
Inventor takes hot air out of Parliament

Notts batsman Libby injures knee
Nottinghamshire opener Jake Libby will be out until at least the end of June after suffering a knee injury.

Cornish Pirates sign prop Marlen
Cornish Pirates sign former New Zealand Schoolboys prop Marlen Walker from Weston-super-Mare on a short-term contract.

Redruth boss frustrated by errors
Head coach Steve Larkins says Redruth takes no consolation from collecting a bonus point in Saturday's defeat at Canterbury.

Truro have winning knack says Tully
Truro City boss Steve Tully says his side have the knack of winning games after beating Dorchester Town 2-1 to go fourth in the Southern Premier League.

Character pleases Launceston skipper
Captain Jamie Salter praises Launceston's character in the 17-17 draw with Dorking in National Two South on Saturday.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Churchill's funeral anniversary marked
The boat that carried Sir Winston Churchill's coffin along the Thames in 1965 makes the same journey on the 50th anniversary of his funeral.

Men's pay falls 'more than women's'
Men have seen the real value of their pay fall far more than women in the past few years, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

Teen isolated over cancer hair shave
A teenager who shaved his head to raise money for a cancer charity is put into isolation for breaking school rules.

Burglars jailed for lecturer attack
Four burglars who took part in a raid which left a lecturer "unrecognisable" are given lengthy jail sentences.

Mitchell 'refused' libel settlement
Former cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell refused an offer to settle his "Plebgate" libel case just two months before he lost, court papers show.

Teacher cleared of child sex charges
A primary school teacher is cleared by a court of having sex with two under-age girls.

Funeral for escapee D-Day veteran
The funeral is held of the Sussex war veteran who made headlines when he left his care home to attend D-Day commemorations in France.

Student fury over 'impossible' exam
Final year economics students at Sheffield University are furious after an exam this week contained "impossible" questions.

Easyjet backs Heathrow expansion
Budget airline Easyjet says it is in favour of expanding Heathrow airport in a submission to the Airports Commission

Training cuts 'could harm patients'
Proposals to shorten in-job training for doctors in the UK could seriously compromise patient care and safety, leading doctors warn.

Baby ashes family settlement offers
Families affected by the baby ashes scandal at Mortonhall Crematorium are to be offered settlements of up to £4,000.

Villiers to chair party leader talks
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Theresa Villiers is due to chair a meeting of Stormont party leaders as part of the process for implementing the deal reached just before Christmas.

Name change may help recruit doctors
Changing the names of some of Wales' health boards might help towards solving a shortage of doctors wanting to train here, says a leading medical figure.

Bombers 'porn-driven losers' - Boris
Violent religious extremists are often tortured men with a history of using pornography, London Mayor Boris Johnson says.

Fresh snow brings travel disruption
Wintry weather continues to cause travel disruption in parts of England.

Cliff Richard raid on RTS shortlist
The coverage of a controversial police raid on the home of Sir Cliff Richard is nominated for a Royal Television Society award.

Club grows grass with cannabis lamps
Cannabis factory lamps seized by police are put to use by Leeds Rhinos to grow some grass of their own - on the pitch.

Scottish bid to name alien worlds
A Scottish astronomical society is hoping to give names to exo-worlds, planets orbiting distant stars.

Police release name of murder victim
Police have said the Pakistani man who was murdered in Botanic Avenue yesterday was 29-year-old Mohsin Bhatti.

No voting at school after protest
The chief electoral officer says a primary school in County Tyrone will no longer be used as a polling station after loyalist protesters demonstrated outside it during last year's elections.

Ice and snow warning for weekend
A yellow "be aware" alert for snow and ice in Wales has been extended across the weekend by forecasters.

Stolen historic rugby medals appeal
Police appeal to find a rugby cup winner's medals dating back almost 70 years following their theft four years ago.

Man guilty of raping boy at nursery
A man is found guilty at the High Court in Glasgow of raping a young boy and of sexually abusing a girl from when she was 12 to 15 years old.

Robbie Coltrane taken ill on flight
Harry Potter actor Robbie Coltrane is admitted to hospital in Florida with flu-like symptoms after falling ill during a flight from London.

Well-wishers rally for attack victim
Well-wishers donate more than £20,000 to help a disabled pensioner who was mugged outside his Gateshead home.

Vicar's 9/11 post to be investigated
The Church of England says it is investigating a vicar accused of posting an article on Facebook claiming Israel was behind the 9/11 attacks.

Djokovic in Australian Open final
Novak Djokovic beats defending champion Stan Wawrinka in another dramatic five-set contest to reach the Australian Open final.

Chelsea's Costa gets three-match ban
Chelsea's Diego Costa is banned for three matches for stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can and misses the Manchester City clash.

England beat India to reach final
England reach the final of the one-day tri-series courtesy of a three-wicket victory over India in Perth.

The middle-class voters who can't resist Marx
When Greece's new leader gave his victory speech, flags were flying high. Supporters from across Europe celebrated an event which they are hoping will change the continent.

How deadly was the poison gas of WW1?
Gas terrified soldiers in WW1, but it killed comparatively few of them, at least on the Western Front. So why was it the one WW1 weapon to be banned?

How Russia outfoxes its enemies
The annexation of Crimea was the latest instance of an age-old Russian military deception tactic known as maskirovka, writes Lucy Ash.

University applications at record high
University applications have reached record levels, according to the Ucas admissions service.

Abuse victims named on Commons site
Four survivors of child sex abuse say they have received more threats and online abuse after MPs inadvertently published their details online.

Labour peer backs private role in NHS
Former Labour health minister Lord Darzi tells BBC's Newsnight it is irrelevant whether NHS care is delivered by the private or the public sector.

VIDEO: Public Accounts Committee
MPs hear evidence on broadband in rural areas and the Charity Commission.

VIDEO: More snow forecast for parts of UK
Wintry weather continues to cause travel disruption in parts of England.

VIDEO: Crossrail breaks through under City
Crossrail workers have made their latest breakthrough by tunnelling under the City of London.

VIDEO: Rantzen: 'Lipman comments insulting'
Esther Rantzen says Maureen Lipman's comments over a rise in anti-Semitism are "incredibly insulting to Britain".

VIDEO: Heavy snow disrupts parts of UK
BBC correspondents report from the areas of the UK which are worst hit by the snow.

VIDEO: Museum's famous dinosaur on the move
The Natural History Museum's long-time entrance hall exhibit of a Diplodocus dinosaur will be replaced by a giant blue whale skeleton.

VIDEO: Off-switch for fracking in the UK?
Hold-ups in Westminster, Scotland and Lancashire deal a blow to plans government plans for a shale gas revolution.

VIDEO: Clues to King John's lost treasure
Laser technology is providing fresh clues about the mysterious disappearance of King John's lost treasure and where it could be hidden.

Whatever you say, say nothin'!
The words to avoid for a politician visiting Northern Ireland

A day in the life of a care home
What really goes on in a care home?

UKIP's youth challenge
UKIP's battle to attract more young members

The tennis entourage can pay its way
Why it pays for players like Murray to have an entourage

In pictures: Playwrights at work
Playwrights in inspirational places

#SaveDippy - but why do we care?
Why do so many people care about a fake dinosaur?

The information the government won't free
The reaction when 13 departments were sent the same FOI request

Gas 'rip-off' and the rise of 'religious' slaughter
Gas 'rip-off' and the rise of 'religious' slaughter

 


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