BBC News (U.K. Edition)

• Donald Trump says UK 'doing great' after Brexit vote
The US president-elect promises a quick trade deal with the UK after he takes office in five days' time.

• Tunisia attack: Inquests to open into deaths of 30 Britons
A coroner is to hear evidence of how 30 UK holidaymakers were killed at a Tunisian beach resort in 2015.

• Fathers 'struggling with work-life balance'
Nearly half of fathers would like a less stressful job so they can spend more time on childcare, a study finds.

• Oldham 'hit and run' deaths: Victims were 'soulmates'
The family of two cousins who died after a New Year's Eve car crash speak ahead of their funerals.

• 'Dangerous' referral centres 'delay patient care', BMA warns
Referral management centres may be slowing cancer diagnoses and delaying other NHS treatment, doctors warn.

• Theresa May to star in spread in US Vogue magazine
Renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz's shoot with the prime minister will feature in April's Vogue.

• Pound falls ahead of Theresa May Brexit speech
Sterling hits its lowest level against the dollar since October's flash crash before later edging back up.

• Piccadilly Circus lights to go out for site renovations
The lights of Piccadilly Circus will be switched off for the longest time since World War Two.

• Disabled access: Premier League clubs may face sanctions over lack of improvement
Premier League clubs should face legal action if they fail to meet the needs of disabled fans, according to a new report.

• NHS prescription drugs being sold illegally by patients
Patients are illegally selling NHS-prescribed medications online and pocketing the cash, a BBC investigation finds.

• Doctors warn over cancer op cancellations amid NHS "pressure"
The Royal College of Surgeons says the NHS in England is facing "tremendous pressure" this winter.

• Strike-hit Govia Thameslink seeks Southern train drivers
Strike-hit Govia Thameslink renews a recruitment campaign to hire trainee drivers in a bid to reduce Southern rail disruption.

• Bradley Lowery: Terminally ill Sunderland fan appears as Everton mascot
Everton treat Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery to a day to remember after the five-year-old captured the imagination of football fans with his cancer fight.

• The trauma centres helping veteran amputees
A network of trauma centres has opened across the UK to allow the NHS to treat veterans.

• Hepatitis C patient's agonising wait for drug treatment
Ben Franklin from London was diagnosed with Hepatitis C nine months ago but is still waiting for a new drug which could cure his condition.

• Corbyn: 'Chancellor's threats risk trade war with Europe'
Jeremy Corbyn says that comments by the chancellor that corporation tax could be cut could be a "recipe for a trade war with Europe."

• MS patient's family plea for rethink on right to die
The family of a woman who fought a long battle against Multiple Sclerosis release a harrowing set of images to support the campaign for the "right to die".

• Timothy Spall on playing Holocaust denier David Irving
Denial is a film about the renegade British historian David Irving, accused of denying the Holocaust.

• Jeremy Corbyn jokes that Arsenal player Mesut Ozil is paid too much
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn thinks Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil gets paid a bit too much and has asked him to make do with what he's got.

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BBC coverage of latest developments as suspect in Berlin market attack is shot dead in Milan.