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Woman 'teleported' inside toilet
A woman who was using a portable toilet was carried across a festival site when it is picked up by a forklift truck, organisers say.

Charities 'sold 87-year-old's details'
The Information Commissioner's Office is investigating claims that a Cornish man's personal details were sold or passed on by charities up to 200 times.

Seal watchers stuck on rocks for hours
A couple watching seals for a birthday treat are stranded on rocks for three hours.

Arrest in steam railway knife robbery
A man is arrested in connection with a knifepoint robbery at a steam railway booking office.

NHS funds spent on 'patient treats'
Thousands of pounds of NHS personal health budgets are being spent on "treats" across the country, including in Cornwall where £2,080 was spent on aromatherapy, £248 on horse riding and £7 on hiring pedalos, an investigation finds.

Man, 79, abandons water-ski record bid
A 79-year-old daredevil is forced to abandon his bid to become the oldest person to water-ski across the English Channel.

Secret WWII watchtower for sale
A former aircraft watch tower at one of the RAF's most secret World War Two bases is put up for sale.

Ambulance call-out pilot 'a success'
About 70,000 unnecessary ambulance call-outs were avoided in a pilot project giving call handlers more time to assess 999 calls, it is claimed.

Man acquitted of crossbow murder
A man accused of killing his brother-in-law with a crossbow is acquitted of murder and manslaughter by a jury.

VIDEO: 'A room full of junk and thousands in debt'
The son of a man who ended up in debt says charities have moved from being "something you can put your trust in"

Sunset Sons re-working debut album
Sunset Sons say they are re-working their debut album because they are not 100% happy with the original recordings.

Cornish Pirates target play-off spot
Cornish Pirates coach Gavin Cattle says improved home form could see his side reach the Championship play-offs.

Truro thrashed 6-0 by Oxford City
Truro City suffer their heaviest defeat since November 2013 as they lose 6-0 at home to Oxford City.

Truro City must take chances - Tully
Truro City manager Steve Tully says his side must take their chances after their 3-1 loss at Gosport Borough.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Family 'heading for Syria' found
A mother and her four children, who were believed to be travelling from London to Syria, are detained in Turkey.

EU vote question 'should be changed'
The Electoral Commission recommends changing the question for the EU referendum, saying the existing wording could be seen as biased.

Sturgeon unveils tests plan for schools
A new system of national testing is to be introduced in Scotland's primary schools, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.

Beverley Sister Joy dies aged 91
Joy Beverley, one third of the vocal harmony group the Beverley Sisters, dies at the age of 91.

Date fixed for Lord Janner hearing
A judge will decide at a hearing on 7 December whether Lord Janner, who is accused of 22 child sex abuse charges spanning three decades, is fit to plead.

UK sperm bank has just nine donors
The national sperm bank hopes a recruitment drive will boost the number of donors after it emerges only nine men are registered a year after it opened.

Cooper: UK should take more refugees
Labour's Yvette Cooper says Britain should take in at least 10,000 more refugees from Syria and other war-torn countries, with every city "doing its bit".

Son killed 'drunken bully' tycoon
The son of a London tycoon killed his "drunken bully" of a father after he was sacked, a court hears.

Charities 'sold 87-year-old's details'
The Information Commissioner's Office is investigating claims that an 87-year-old man's personal details were sold or passed on by charities up to 200 times.

Police detain ex-Rangers boss Green
Former Rangers chief executive Charles Green is detained by police as part of an investigation into events during his time at the club.

Jewellery heist firm in liquidation
Hatton Garden Safe Deposit, which had up to £200m of jewellery stolen in April, has gone into liquidation.

Man Utd bid £100k for Newport teen
Manchester United make a £100,000 move for Newport County's 17-year-old defender Regan Poole.

Woman 'teleported' inside toilet
A woman who was using a portable toilet was carried across a festival site when it is picked up by a forklift truck, organisers say.

DUP fails in bid to stall assembly
The DUP is defeated in an attempt to adjourn the assembly for four weeks to try to resolve the current political crisis.

Inquiry hears sectarian abuse claims
Staff at a state-run training school subjected some residents to sectarian abuse, the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry is told.

Ex-PC jailed for child sex bid
A former North Wales Police constable is jailed after he was caught by an undercover officer trying to arrange sex with a child.

Children's ambulance change concerns
The relocation of the emergency ambulance team for seriously ill children from Cardiff to Bristol leaves health watchdogs in Wales disappointed, claiming they were not consulted.

Power sockets fitted in new-look trains
ScotRail unveils the first of 40 new-look trains which have improved seating, better lighting and power sockets for customers to use.

Man rescued after 50ft cliff fall
A walker falls 50ft down a cliff near Blair Atholl in Perthshire while "bending down to pick up his mobile phone".

Everton star gets drink-drive ban
Everton footballer Darron Gibson is banned from driving after pleading guilty to hitting a group of cyclists while drink-driving.

'Revenge porn' woman avoids jail term
The first woman to be prosecuted under new "revenge porn" laws is sentenced to six weeks jail suspended for 18 months.

Real 'did everything' to sign De Gea
Real Madrid say they did everything they could to sign Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea after missing the deadline.

India secure series win in Sri Lanka
India win a Test series in Sri Lanka for the first time since 1993 with a 117-run victory in the third Test in Colombo.

Antonio joins as West Ham sign four
Michail Antonio is West Ham's fourth transfer deadline day signing after Nikica Jelavic, Alex Song and Victor Moses deals.

Farage: Migration key to EU campaign
Nigel Farage says immigration will be central to the EU referendum as he insists UKIP will launch its own No campaign instead of joining other groups.

Bigger fines for not paying Living Wage
Employers who do not pay workers the national minimum wage and the National Living Wage will face tougher penalties under plans outlined by the government.

Carmichael challenge to be broadcast
The legal challenge over the election of Liberal Democrat Alistair Carmichael as MP for Orkney and Shetland will be streamed live.

VIDEO: Health Committee
The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.

VIDEO: Apiarists stung as bee thefts increase
Thefts of bees are increasing as their population decreases due to environmental change and disease.

VIDEO: Hulk strongman pulls bomber aircraft
Watch video of strongman Dave Johnson pulling a Lancaster bomber along the runway at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre.

VIDEO: Hipsters flock to treehouse office
BBC News looks at an eco-friendly treehouse office that has opened in Hoxton, east London, designed for freelance workers.

VIDEO: Cyclist shock at view from the cab
Cyclists in London are being invited to swap places with lorry drivers to see how difficult it can be to spot them on the road.

VIDEO: New coins to mark Queen's reign
The Royal Mint releases commemorative coins depicting the Queen through her reign to mark her becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history.

VIDEO: New £30 contactless card limit
Shoppers in the UK can now spend up to £30 using contactless cards after the limit was increased.

VIDEO: London bans 'unsafe lorries'
A ban on "unsafe lorries" in London, introduced as part of efforts to protect cyclists, has come into force.

VIDEO: Highlights from Notting Hill Carnival
Notting Hill Carnival bands are taking to the roads of west London for the second day of what is thought to be Europe's largest street music festival.

What happens to information you give to charities?
What happens to your info if you fail to tick the box?

The man who is being deradicalised
How do you bring back a man from thoughts of jihad?

'Amazing moment' in British politics
New BBC political editor reflects on British politics

Coin marks Queen's record-breaking reign
New coins to mark longest reign

How did cappuccino get its name?
The godly origins of the cappuccino

What is happening at Holyrood?
What happens on Scottish Parliament's first day back?

Deadline-day quiz
Test your knowledge of transfer deadline day


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