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Florida school shooting: Students to march on Washington

Young survivors of Wednesday's school massacre demand it be a "turning point" on gun control.

Bafta Awards 2018: Stars wear black on the red carpet
Guests at the Bafta Film Awards unite in support of the Time's Up and Me Too campaigns.

Murdered MP's widower Brendan Cox quits charities
Brendan Cox admits inappropriate behaviour that caused "hurt and offence" to women.

Attempted ram-raid robbery in Leeds caught on camera
Police say several suspects attempted to break into a shop front in Leeds, using a car.

Netanyahu: 'Do not test Israel’s resolve'
Israel's PM directed his comments at the Iranian foreign minister at the Munich security conference.

Rochdale hold Spurs in FA Cup
Steve Davies' dramatic injury-time equaliser earns League One Rochdale an FA Cup fifth-round replay against Tottenham.

Home Office denies medical cannabis pleas for boy age six
The family of epilepsy sufferer Alfie Dingley, six, says he has fewer seizures after taking the drug.

Russia Dagestan shooting: Five women killed in attack on churchgoers
Worshippers leaving an evening church service in Dagestan were fired upon by a gunman.

Education Secretary calls for tuition fee 'variety'
The education secretary suggests degree prices should reflect their value to society.

'Spend £2.1bn' to beat old £10 note deadline
At least £2.1bn worth of old £10 notes need to be spent or exchanged before they cease to be legal tender.

Iran plane crash: All 66 people on board feared dead
Aseman Airlines retracts a statement which said definitively that all 66 people aboard had died.

'Move your van' note left on ambulance in Tunstall
The writer told paramedics to move and she did not care if "the whole street had collapsed".

Baftas: What the stars were talking about on the red carpet
From the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements to the films they made, the stars had a lot to say.

Sheringham Scira Viking Festival
Hoards of Norse invaders march on the coast to send their leader flaming into Valhalla.

'I fix umbrellas to save the world'
Thierry Millet is possibly Europe’s last remaining artisanal umbrella repair man.

The 22-year-old running UK's only asteroid mining business
He's running the UK's first business for space mining.

'I forgot my mum had died'
After waking from a coma following a brain injury, Peter was forced to grieve all over again.

Your pictures: Valentine's Day
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Valentine's Day".

London welcomes Year of the Dog at Chinese New Year
The event is the largest Chinese New Year celebration outside of Asia.

Finland's new pandas enjoy snow
Finland's new pandas were being allowed outside for the first time since arriving in the country last month.

Britain reacts to an 'underwhelming' earthquake
The earth shook on Saturday in England and Wales but most people took it in their stride.