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Seagulls prefer food touched by humans, study suggests
A study suggests the birds are more attracted to food which has been handled by humans.
John Treagood: 70 mourners attend traveller's funeral
John Treagood turned his back on "mainstream life" about 45 years ago to pursue a life on the road.
'Arson attack' destroys unfinished bungalow in Devoran
Explosions were heard at the scene of the fire which is thought to have been started deliberately.
Men jailed after 29 immigrants found in van
A judge says the defendants "traded in human misery" and had carted people about "like freight".
'Speedo Mick' finishes charity walk at Land's End
Mick Cullen walked the length of the UK in his swimming trunks, even during storms Ciara and Dennis.
Landscapes of chemical and biological warfare
A gallery of landscapes of UK chemical and biological weapon sites by photographer Dara McGrath.
Cornish Pirates coach eyes Newcastle semi-final after Championship Cup win
Cornish Pirates coach Gavin Cattle wants his side to be drawn with Newcastle after winning their Championship Cup quarter-final.
Championship funding cuts: RFU chief confirms phased reduction for second-tier clubs
RFU chief executive Bill Sweeney confirms that the reduction in funding for Championship clubs will be phased over the next two seasons.
Championship funding cuts could be phased in, says RFU chief executive Bill Sweeney
RFU chief executive Bill Sweeney is looking to phase in cuts to funding for Championship clubs over two seasons.
Cornish Pirates suffer 40-7 loss at Newcastle - their biggest defeat since December 2017
Cornish Pirates 'well beaten' as they lose 40-7 at Championship leaders Newcastle Falcons.
Luke Jephcott: Plymouth Argyle forward named EFL Young Player of Month for January
From non-league loanee to January's best young player in the EFL - BBC Sport meets Plymouth Argyle forward Luke Jephcott.

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Britons in coronavirus hotel face Jet2 flight delay
People confined to a Tenerife hotel over coronavirus must complete their quarantine, airline Jet2 says.
Road schemes may face Heathrow-style court action
Environmentalists could try to block new road plans if they fail to take climate targets into account.
At risk gamblers 'need better protection'
The government is being urged to do more to tackle problem gambling by beefing up oversight of the industry.
Thousands of depression cases 'linked to universal credit'
The number of unemployed people with psychological distress rose 6.6% between 2013 and 2018, a study suggests.
England floods: George Eustice defends government response
On a visit to flood-hit Shropshire, George Eustice says decisions have been made "in a timely way".
Crystal Palace dinosaurs added to 'at risk' register
Historic England says it doesn't want the replicas at Crystal Palace Park "to become extinct again".
English Heritage urges end to illegal metal detecting at historic sites
English Heritage says the activity is "robbing us of our past" and appeals to the public for help.
West Midlands to get access to ultrafast home broadband
The West Midlands gigabit switch-on is the largest in the UK, says Virgin Media, but comes at a price.
Cosmetic surgery: Woman scarred after procedure in Turkey
Kimberley Saad needs reconstructive surgery and wants to warn others against getting surgery abroad.
Brexit: Ministers 'need to get on' with EU aid replacement
Wales' Brexit minister urges clarity from the UK government on how EU cash will be replaced.
Learning difficulties 'link to brain connections'
After scanning 479 children's brains, researchers found they were organised in multiple "hubs".
Britain First leader Paul Golding denies terror offence
Paul Golding was charged after he refused to give police access to a number of his electronic devices.
Greta Thunberg: Who is the teenage climate change activist?
The Swedish teenager started a climate change protest that grew into a global movement of millions.
'We can enjoy life without sound'
A woman who started to lose her hearing as a child is trying to change perceptions about deafness.
Contemplating the Fens through art
Heather and Ivan Morison's sculpture MOTHER... opens at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire.
Protecting whales from the noise people make in the ocean
Oil drilling and construction is creating a din for sealife - new tech is hoping to turn the volume down.
Can my pet get coronavirus, and other Covid-19 questions
Can my pet get coronavirus, how does it affect pregnancy and more questions answered.
Coronavirus: Watch how germs spread
A virology expert demonstrates how viruses can spread using UV light.
Meet the Hatton Garden jeweller who rappers go to
Hatton Garden jeweller Abtin Abbassi has clients including London rappers Krept and Young Adz.
Rough sleepers: 'No-one ever asks how lonely we are'
Victoria Derbyshire spends the night meeting rough sleepers in one of the richest parts of London.
'Crabbing': Why your pilot might land sideways in high wind
Stormy weather can make flying planes tricky, leading pilots to adopt a technique called "crabbing".
Coronavirus: How a 'drive-through' testing facility in London works
A new scheme is being introduced to ease pressure on health services, as experts expect more cases to emerge.
Coronavirus: How to self-isolate
Five ways to successfully self-isolate to prevent the spread of the virus.
The Papers: Virus raises fears over economy and major events
Friday's papers say mass UK gatherings may be restricted due to the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Parent with virus causes Buxton school closure
The primary school in Buxton has had a precautionary deep clean and will be closed until Monday.
Courts urged not to jail under-25s because brains are immature
Draft sentencing guidelines say younger offenders should be treated differently because their brains are still developing.
Coronavirus: First case confirmed in Northern Ireland
The adult patient had come from northern Italy via Dublin, the chief medical officer says.
'Last surviving pit pony' enjoying retirement
Duke was used as a pit pony in coal mines in the Gwent Valleys in the 1990s.
Bodybuilder with three kidneys wins Euro title
Tyler Smith, 37, from Coalville was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease in 2013.

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