Ian Paterson conducted "extensive, life-changing operations for no medically-justifiable reason".
A woman in her 20s is shot by police, and six people are arrested, as part of an anti-terror operation.
The man held on Thursday is former London schoolboy Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali, the BBC understands.
UK economic growth slowed by more than expected at the start of 2017 as the service sector stalled.
Paul Nuttall says Brexit is a "job half done" and UKIP MPs are needed to see it through.
Donald Trump has spoken about what he misses about his life before he was president.
The US president also says China's Xi Jinping is "trying very hard" to end the Korean crisis.
President Trump faces a greater challenge in meeting his growth pledge after weak data.
The university apologises after it was accused of discriminating against autistic people.
The pontiff arrives in Cairo, three weeks after bomb attacks on two Coptic Christian churches.
The two tech firms have confirmed they were tricked out of $100m (£77m) in an alleged scam.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan tells the Garden Bridge Trust he cannot support the scheme.
The solid gold head has been valued at $1.4m (£1.1m).
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A luxury music festival in the Bahamas is branded a "disaster" after reports of cancelled flights and no security.
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Amazon's new Echo Look device takes full length photos and offers advice on outfit choices.
The tasty pop-up pop-art museum features a pool filled with 100m sprinkles.
British inventor says the project is just a bit of fun and safer than a motorbike.
The electricity towers in the Cairngorms are being taken down as part of the £600m Beauly-Denny power line project.
These dads are breaking stereotypes to learn how to style their daughters' hair.
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A charity in Taiwan has volunteers who provide sexual "help" for a small number of disabled people.
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Get the lowdown on Iran's presidential election.
Could technology create a world in which economic inequality becomes biological inequality?
Operators say that new technology means video ATMs will change the way we bank.
Ahmad Nawaz, 16, survived a 2014 Taliban attack on his school - but lost his friends and brother.
Russell Tovey says his coveted role in gay stage epic Angels in America was part of his life long before he signed up to it.
With questions over whether the Blue Whale challenge exists, and no confirmed link to reported deaths, how concerned should you be?
Sebastian Vettel leads a Ferrari 1-2 in second practice at the Russian Grand Prix as F1 champions Lewis Hamilton struggles.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho suggests Sergio Aguero made the most of the incident that led to Marouane Fellaini's red card.
Britain's Aljaz Bedene continues his winning run with a straight-sets victory over second seed Ivo Karlovic to reach the Hungarian Open semi-finals.
A top Fifa official admits his involvement in "multiple schemes to accept and pay bribes to soccer officials".
Election candidates are turning to crowdfunding sites to raise money for the snap general election.
UKIP and the Greens are making electoral pacts with rival parties - what's going on?
More people stayed away from the ballot box than voted for the winning party in Stoke-on-Trent at the last election.
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The Tories crammed 16 mentions of their election slogan into Prime Minister's Questions - does the tactic work?
How does the cost of the triple-lock compare with other ways of protecting pensions?
Ahead of the UK's general election, a look at where the parties stand on Brexit.
Where do the Conservatives, Labour and the Lib Dems have to fight hardest to win the general election?
Government figures show it is young people dominating registrations ahead of the election on 8 June.