BBC News (U.K. Edition)

• A third of UK on 'inadequate' income
Millions of families "just about managing" are on the tipping point of falling into poverty, a report warns.

• Female MP abuse 'puts women off politics' says Diane Abbott
The Labour MP says abuse suffered by female politicians risks keeping women out of politics.

• Oxford explosion leads to building collapse
Several people have "sustained injuries" in an explosion west of Oxford city centre.

• Abortion pill online sales 'increasing in Britain'
Taking the pills is illegal and can lead to imprisonment - which campaigners say must end.

• Early deaths among care leavers revealed
Young people who have grown up in care are far more likely to die in early adulthood, figures reveal.

• Reading Topshop death: Victim said to be Kaden Reddick
Ten-year-old Kaden Reddick is believed to be the boy who died after suffering head injuries.

• Football headers 'linked to brain damage'
Footballers suffer similar brain damage to boxers, a small scientific study suggests.

• Laura and Jason Kenny expecting first baby
Olympic cycling champions Laura and Jason Kenny announce they are expecting their first child.

• Help to Buy scheme's impact across England revealed
The take-up of a flagship housing scheme in London is lower than that of the rest of the country.

• Lack of sex education a ticking time bomb, councils warn
A lack of sex education in some of England's schools leave pupils at risk of infection, councils say.

• 'Record hate crimes' after EU referendum
Dorset and Nottinghamshire saw the highest increase in reports of hate crime, police figures show.

• Teenager killed in Northampton street attack
The 17-year-old suffered serious neck injuries during the assault in Northampton and died in hospital.

• Queen opens new cyber security centre in London
The Queen and Prince Philip are cheered at the opening of the new National Cyber Security Centre.

• UK civil nuclear archive centre opens in Wick
A £21m archive centre which documents the development of the UK's civil nuclear industry opens in Wick.

• Fire rages after explosion in city
An explosion in Osney Mead has led to a building collapse near a block of flats in Oxford.

• Who has been knocking on Labour voters’ doors?
Tristram Hunt's resignation has triggered a by-election in Labour 'safe seat' Stoke Central, but who has been knocking on doors looking for votes?

• Retired army sniffer dog inspires readers
The story of a sniffer dog who was retired from the front line in Afghanistan after becoming scared of loud noises is used to inspire those who struggle to read.

• 'Our wedding was 'love's dream'
Polly Gibson retells the story of her wedding day to husband Joe Minogue.

• Valentine's tips from Lancashire lovebirds who met as children
An elderly couple who first met as children in 1931 share their relationship tips on Valentine's Day.

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