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Hundreds report football abuse to police

About 350 victims have reported child sexual abuse within UK football clubs, police chiefs say. Source: BBC

Net migration stays near record high

Net migration to the UK was 335,000 in the year to June, the second highest on record, ONS says. Source: BBC

Harlow Polish man death: Teenager charged with manslaughter

A 15-year-old boy is charged with manslaughter over the death of a Polish man who was attacked in Essex. Source: BBC

Trump says he will ‘leave business’ to focus on presidency

President-elect Donald Trump announces he is leaving "business in total" to focus on the presidency. Source: BBC

Opec countries agree first oil output cut in eight years

Opec agrees first supply cut in eight years, sending the price of crude surging more than 8%. Source: BBC

Gareth Southgate appointed England manager on four-year contract

Gareth Southgate is appointed as England manager on a permanent basis following a spell of four games as interim boss. Source: BBC

Man dies after being shot by police in Hull

Police officers shoot and fatally wound a 31-year-old man in a Hull street amid reports of a man being seen with an axe. Source: BBC

Barry Bennell charged with child sex offences

Former football coach Barry Bennell is charged with eight offences of sexual assault against a boy under 14, say prosecutors. Source: BBC

Newsreader Mark Austin reveals daughter’s anorexia battle

Newsreader Mark Austin reveals his daughter was "shrinking before our eyes" as she battled anorexia. Source: BBC

Brexit notes photograph played down by government

The government distances itself from notes on Brexit caught on camera in Westminster. Source: BBC

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