BBC News (U.K. Edition)

• Breast surgeon Ian Paterson needlessly harmed patients
Ian Paterson conducted "extensive, life-changing operations for no medically-justifiable reason".

• Willesden shooting: Police foil 'active terror plot'
A woman in her 20s is shot by police, and six people are arrested, as part of an anti-terror operation.

• Brexit: Tusk says UK trade deal not a priority
EU leader Donald Tusk says Brexit talks must focus on "people, money and Ireland" - not future trade.

• Westminster terror suspect identified
The man held on Thursday is former London schoolboy Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali, the BBC understands.

• UK economy grows by 0.3% as service sector slows
UK economic growth slowed by more than expected at the start of 2017 as the service sector stalled.

• Man found stabbed to death on Marylebone bus
The 48-year-old victim was found just after midnight on a number 189 bus in central London.

• Oxford University sorry for eye contact racism claim
The university apologises after it was accused of discriminating against autistic people.

• Davis: 'Clear barriers' to Scottish single market plan
The UK government's rejection of the Scottish government's Brexit proposals is published for the first time.

• Formula 1: Serious Fraud Office 'reviewing material' on £3.9m payment
The Serious Fraud Office says it is "reviewing material" relating to a payment made by Formula 1's commercial rights holder to the FIA.

• Jailed marine Alexander Blackman freed from prison
Sgt Alexander Blackman is released after his conviction for murder was reduced to manslaughter.

• RSPCA warns over keeping raccoon dogs as pets
Wild raccoon dogs pose a risk to native wildlife, the RSPCA says.

• Garden Bridge: London mayor Sadiq Khan withdraws support
London Mayor Sadiq Khan tells the Garden Bridge Trust he cannot support the scheme.

• Poorna Bell on the addiction and suicide of her husband
Poorna Bell explains how her husband took his own life after a secret battle with heroin addiction

• Husband of antiques expert on postpartum psychosis inquest verdict
The BBC spoke to the widower of Alice Gibson-Watt after an inquest into her death concluded that "gross failures" in the care given to her after suffering from a rare form of psychosis, contributed to her death.

• The people too 'disillusioned' to vote in election
More people stayed away from the ballot box than voted for the winning party in Stoke-on-Trent at the last election.

• Ed Balls Day: Is it that time already?
Ed Balls' "Ed Balls" tweet has become the stuff of legend. Here's a short video to mark what has become Ed Balls Day.

• Major clean-up under way after rubbish left in Laindon
A "convoy of caravans" left a large amount of rubbish in Essex.

• Father of teen murdered on night out joins Bedford Street Angels
The death of 17-year-old Robert Gill in 2007 sparked the beginning of the Bedford Street Angels.

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• Honeymooners struck by surprise gift
A couple's honeymoon on Skye gets a special twist after a passer-by spots "just married" written on their car.