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Devon and Cornwall PCC Alison Hernandez caught speeding
Devon and Cornwall's crime chief Alison Hernandez says she will be "reflecting" on her driving.
Newlyn film-maker Mark Jenkin: Why I ditched digital
Mark Jenkin does things the hard way, using kitchen products to develop his films.
Private probation firms in Wales and south west in administration
Unions say they had warned about the "disastrous privatisation programme" four years ago.
Most English local authorities 'plan to raise council tax'
The expected increases come as many local authorities plan to cut spending, research suggests.
Anti-terror police officer 'raped girl, 14'
The specialist Ministry of Defence officer allegedly tracked the girl down using Snapchat mapping.
Cornish language cheque refused by Lloyds Bank
Lloyds says it cannot process cheques written in languages its employees do not understand.
Butlers in the Buff wins trademark case
A company that provides scantily-clad beefcakes to serve at parties wins a dispute over its name.
Meet the Cornwall 'lifer' dogs saved from death
Problem dogs which would have been put down because of their behaviour are given a new lease of life.
'I'd rather be head-butted than spat at'
A police officer felt "degraded" and feared he had contracted a blood-borne disease after being spat at.
Christian Judge: Saracens re-sign Cornish Pirates prop for rest of season
Bath-bound Cornish Pirates prop Christian Judge re-joins Saracens on a short-term deal until the end of the season.

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Islamic State group plans to rebound with more attacks - MI6
The intelligence chief also expresses concern about people returning from Syria with "dangerous" skills.
Brexit: Theresa May's strategy unchanged despite Tory row over defeat
The PM will return to Brussels “within days” as infighting continues in her party over the deal.
Alesha MacPhail murder accused had 'fantasy' killing chat
The 16-year-old once told a friend he "might kill 1 day for the lifetime experience", a murder trial hears.
Boys arrested after crash injures girl, 6, in Northampton
Police are quizzing a 12 and 13-year-old after a car hit a tree, injuring the six-year-old passenger.
Climate strike: Schoolchildren protest over climate change
Students in cities around the UK walked out of school to call for action from the government.
Joy Morgan: Police fear student 'may have come to harm'
Police say they are "increasingly concerned" for the safety of 21-year-old Joy Morgan.
Private probation firms in Wales and south west in administration
Unions say they had warned about the "disastrous privatisation programme" four years ago.
Man admits killing Britain's Got Talent choir nurse
Simonne Kerr, who appeared the Britain's Got Talent final with an NHS choir, died last year.
Missing Tapiwa Matuwi: Parents' plea over Swansea search
The family of 21-year-old Tapiwa Matuwi say someone has the information to "bring him home".
Schwimmer 'doppelganger' denies fraud and theft charges
Judge Beverley Lunt asked Preston Crown Court: "Is this the Ross from Friends case?"
Exeter murder case: Gun 'found near body' of victim, 80
A man is being held on suspicion of murder over the deaths of three men in their 80s from Exeter.
Ariana Grande: The Thank U, Next singer scores UK chart double
She is the first female artist to replace herself at number one in the UK chart. How did it happen?
Father of teen IS bride Amira Abase: 'Let the teenagers into UK'
The father of one of the girls who travelled to Syria in 2015 to join IS says they were 'vulnerable'.
Does Bethnal Green want IS teenager to return?
Shamima Begum says she has no regrets about going to Syria. BBC News asked residents in the part of London where she attended school whether she should be allowed to return.
Car used to break into Wallsend's Forum Shopping Centre
CCTV shows the burglars driving in and then ransacking an O2 store in North Tyneside.
Tilly Lockey: 'I can paint with my bionic arms'
Tilly Lockey, 13, has bionic arms that are so sophisticated she can now use a paintbrush and apply make-up.
Children learn secrets of performing stand-up comedy
Comedian Jay Lafferty teaches the youngsters how to make an audience laugh
PM defeat over Brexit strategy announced
Theresa May has suffered a fresh defeat in a Commons vote on her Brexit strategy, losing by 303 to 258.
Jacob Rees-Mogg comments on concentration camps
The Tory MP compares the death rate in Boer War concentration camps to that of Glasgow at the time.
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Heck's 'Sausage World' on hold after EU funding blow
The family-run sausage firm Heck plans to build an attraction at its base in Kirklington, near Bedale.
Space harpoon skewers 'orbital debris'
A British-led mission demonstrates a projectile that could one day be used to clear up space junk.
Obituary: Andrea Levy
Prize-winning novelist - who told the stories of the Windrush generation and their children - dies at 62.
Which banks do customers love or hate?
The UK's competition body lists the top, and bottom, rated banks for customer satisfaction.
Climate strike: Why are students striking and will it have an impact?
Across the UK, students are set to take part in a climate strike, but will it make a difference?
Unconditional uni offers don't make us lazy, say teenagers
Do students really "take their foot off the gas" if they have unconditional university offers?
Derry City: UK football club staying in Europe after Brexit
After Brexit, Derry City will be the only UK-based club competing in a league within the European Union.
A tale of two Merlins: Sir Patrick's wizard transformation
Sir Patrick Stewart returns to Arthurian legend in The Kid Who Would Be King - wearing a Led Zeppelin T-shirt.
Meet the tech entrepreneurs tackling sexual harassment
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, new apps are helping victims gather and share evidence.
Brexit: Is there a 10-year-rule to sort out trade?
Does a trade law exist that would allow the UK to continue without tariffs for 10 years?
Valentine's Day: People share their 14 February horror stories
A perfect day full of love and affection? People share their Valentine's Day horror stories.
What is Article 13? The EU's copyright directive explained
The final version of the new EU copyright law is agreed after three days of talks in France.
Helping people with a learning disability to find love
A couple who both have Down's syndrome say their relationship has thrived thanks to family support.
Surrogacy: 'I gave birth to my daughter's baby'
Emma Miles has given her daughter the gift she always longed for - her own baby girl.

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