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Crash driver tried to frame best friend
A man whose best friend tried to frame him over a fatal crash talks of how he had to leave his home because of "hatred" he endured.
Schoolgirl death inquest opens
An inquest into the death of teenager Dagmara Przybysz, whose body was found at her school in Cornwall, opens.
'Sea hating' rare birds could stay in UK
Two extremely rare birds which were blown across to the UK due to prolonged wind currents could remain in the country due to their dislike of sea crossings, experts say.
Taxi firm must change 'offensive' signs
A village taxi service whose initials spell out an expletive is ordered to remove the signs from its car.
Church rift over wind turbines plan
Proposals for a wind farm cause a split among church leaders and parishioners.
NHS seeks cuts in £57m overspend fear
Three hundred local NHS support services are being reviewed as health commissioners in Cornwall try to tackle a £57m predicted overspend.
Lions and zebras being kept at UK homes
Wild animals including lions, crocodiles, rattlesnakes and zebras are being kept legally on private property across the UK, licensing figures reveal.
Friends mourn girl found dead at school
Family and friends gather to pay tribute to a 16-year-old girl who was found dead at her school.
'Great guy' tribute to air crash victim
A friend of a former Camborne School of Mines student on the crashed EgyptAir flight pays tribute to a "great guy".
Dalmatian pelican is 'first for UK'
A Dalmatian pelican is seen in the UK for what is thought to be the first time in hundreds of years.
VIDEO: Second homes ban approved by voters
A seaside town has voted to stop the building of second homes.
Shepherd agrees new Albion contract
Cornwall scrum-half Matt Shepherd signs a new contract with National One side Plymouth Albion.
Cornwall out of Minor Counties Trophy
Cornwall's hopes of retaining the Minor Counties Trophy are over despite a record-setting 108-run win over Oxfordshire.
Cornwall secure Twickenham return
Cornwall reach their fourth County Championship final in a row after a 32-14 win over Surrey at Camborne.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Net migration to UK rises to 333,000
Net migration to the UK rises to the second highest level on record, leading Boris Johnson to call his party's pledge to cut it "cynical".
Salmond rejects Remain 'scaremongering'
Remain campaigner Alex Salmond has rejected "scaremongering" by the Treasury to support the Remain side, in the first BBC EU debate.
Mourinho and Man Utd agree deal
A deal has been agreed for Jose Mourinho to become the new Manchester United manager, with confirmation expected on Friday.
Tata pension changes 'unique' to firm
Proposals to change Tata's pension scheme would be specific to the company and would not be applied more broadly, Business Secretary Sajid Javid says.
Briton dies as Thai speedboat 'capsizes'
A British woman dies and another Briton is believed to be missing after a speedboat reportedly capsizes near Koh Samui in Thailand.
Wardrobe death care home fined
The owner of a care home where an 80-year-old woman was found dead under a fallen wardrobe is ordered to pay £150,000 after being prosecuted.
Sian Williams tells of double mastectomy
Former BBC Breakfast presenter Sian Williams reveals she had a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Couple guilty of body-under-bed killing
A man is jailed for life for murdering a student with learning difficulties as his wife is convicted of her manslaughter.
Navy investigates 'lost submarine find'
The Royal Navy is investigating claims the wreckage of a British submarine lost during World War Two has been discovered off the coast of Sardinia.
Call for clarity on UK forces in Libya
The chairman of the Commons foreign affairs committee calls for "proper accounting" over the activities of British special forces in Libya, after reports that UK troops destroyed an Islamic State truck there.
Work begins on Concorde's final home
Work begins on a final home for the last Concorde to take to the skies.
Come Dancing star Peggy Spencer dies
Dancing legend Peggy Spencer, known to millions of viewers for her part in the BBC's Come Dancing show, dies aged 95.
Boy, 7, applies for football boss job
A letter written by a seven-year-old boy asks a Scottish Premiership club for its vacant job as manager.
Man told fish pond 'risk to intruders'
A man who built a fish pond in his back garden claims he has been told to remove it in case a trespasser falls in.
Delph set to miss Euro 2016 - Hodgson
Midfielder Fabian Delph is unlikely to make England's final 23-man Euro 2016 squad because of a groin strain, Roy Hodgson says.
Murray to face big-serving Karlovic
Britain's number one Andy Murray faces 37-year-old Ivo Karlovic in the French Open after surviving two five-set scares.
I've made my choice - Ibrahimovic
Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he has decided on his next move but remains coy on a possible transfer to Manchester United.
Gorilla-suited pro-EU man 'assaulted'
Police are investigating claims two men, one dressed as a gorilla, were assaulted at a Vote Leave rally attended by Boris Johnson.
Procurement costs 'slashed outside EU'
"Foolish" EU procurement rules cost UK taxpayers £1.6bn a year, which could be better spent on new hospitals and flood defences, Leave campaigners say.
Warning over steel pension cut proposal
The government is warned that a proposal to cut pension benefits to help save Tata Steel's UK operations could have implications "well beyond the industry".
VIDEO: 'We didn't need to change Top Gear'
Chris Evans says he is finally getting excited about his new job on Top Gear, ahead of the revamped show's first airing this weekend.
VIDEO: Could Scottish votes keep Britain in EU?
Polls in Scotland have consistently suggested that around two thirds of Scots are in favour of remaining in the EU and Scotland is the most pro-EU part of Britain.
VIDEO: 'I was 10 when I first tried to end it all'
The biggest study of the causes of suicide among young people in England highlights bereavement, bullying, exam pressure and physical health problems as some of the main factors.
VIDEO: BBC journalist on end of cancer treatment
BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire has completed six weeks of radiotherapy, her last major treatment for breast cancer.
VIDEO: 'Benefit reforms hit disabled drivers'
People with a disability are finding it increasingly difficult to get behind the wheel because of government reforms, according to two charities.
VIDEO: What is the children's word of the year?
It's judged using the entries to a children's short story competition.
VIDEO: Victorian classic given 50s twist
The sinister tale of Jekyll and Hyde is given a new twist in a dance production at the Old Vic.
Q&A: How French strikes affect travel
How will Britons travelling in France be affected?
Is there a place for old tech in the 21st Century?
Is there a place for old tech in the 21st Century?
BBC journalist completes cancer treatment
BBC's Victoria Derbyshire completes breast cancer treatment
The dangers of shaking babies
The mums whose partners shook their babies
I had to leave my partner to lose weight
I had to leave my partner to lose weight
Who is 'Mrs M&S'?
The key woman for retail giant's fortunes - but does she exist?
Minister turned banker play premieres
Scottish minister turned banker's life on stage
'I'm drowning in my failing marriage'
Stories of relationships endured, failed... and also saved

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