Rob Jones, who performed the hysterectomy, was later the subject of numerous safety reviews.
Dagmara Przybysz had complained of others commenting on her nationality the night before her death.
The structure highlights the threat plastics pose to our oceans, says charity Surfers Against Sewage.
About 50 properties were damaged and several people had to be rescued in the Cornish village.
Residents in Coverack say hail the size of 50p pieces smashed window panes.
Laura Hopes, 32, and her six-year-old son Alfie died in the pile-up on the A38 on 9 July.
A school staff member searched the toilet block where Dagmara Przybysz, 16, died, an inquest hears.
The RSPCA says it hopes to rehome the 27 dogs after the statutory 21-day appeal period.
The unit could have 40 trained officers working for it in the future.
Villagers in Cornwall wrote to the ruler of Dubai in a last-ditch attempt to raise money.
But painkillers and chocolate among the biggest causes of accidental poisonings in the home.
Israel says other techniques will replace the devices which had triggered uproar among Palestinians.
The US president calls on Republican senators to back their healthcare bill, on the eve of a vote.
The two men are former bishops with the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Washington is reviewing whether to arm those fighting Russian-backed rebels, says a new envoy.
They say the town of Séméac, in south-western France, will be unable to cope with the newcomers.
The move is in line with Francis's teachings on the environment, Vatican Radio says.
Three Square Market says 50 employees have already signed up for the $300 (£230) chip.
Beata Szydlo pledges to pursue controversial reforms despite "pressure from the street and abroad".
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee vent fury after Venezuela's government re-casts their hit as propaganda.
Fire crews worked through the night to tackle blazes in Corsica and across the south-east coast.
China might not have the lead in research but its application of secure networks is leading the way.
The Japanese case is thought to be the first time the illness was transmitted by an infected mammal.
Flames spread across 900 hectares of forest and threatened homes, according to emergency services.
A Buddhist temple in central Myanmar has been swallowed by rising floodwaters after heavy rainfall.
What Ryan Florez thought would be an easy target turned out to be anything but.
The president is not amused during a photo shoot with outgoing White House interns.
Lumberjacks show off their skills at World Championships in the US state of Wisconsin.
The costumes, the stars, the fans - this is Comic-Con in 90 seconds.
We analysed how the body responds to stress - by making presenter Jordan Dunbar do a comedy performance.
The pop star bows out of the remaining 14 dates because of "unforeseen circumstances".
Health officials say the animal may have rabies and are urging anyone attacked to seek medical help.
The unprecedentedly high price of tomatoes in India is making people see red.
The country takes another step to bolster its claim to the oil-rich area claimed also by several other countries.
President Ilham Aliyev gives 255 flats to journalists on occasion of the country's National Press Day.
The lifesavers tackling refugee children's trauma of the sea head on.
Why the collection of evidence about the conflict may not result in prosecutions.
Sujatha Gidla's book Ants Among Elephants is a personal examination of her life as a Dalit in India.
The EU anti-fraud office is cracking down on Mafia fraud involving farm development funds in Sicily.
Krystyna Farley is a 91-year-old beauty pageant queen in the US state of Connecticut, but her life was not always this glamorous.
The global art market is not known for tech innovation, so why is Bitcoin proving increasingly popular?
Charlie Gard's dad, Chris, breaks down outside court after ending the legal fight to take him to the US.
Prince William talks about keeping his mother's memory alive for his own children.
Sir Elton John and Prince Harry talk about their memories of Princess Diana, in an ITV documentary commemorating the 20th anniversary of her death.
Vlogger Dodie Clark is trying a rare treatment to help her depersonalisation condition.
The sports journalist wants more support for men like him who have faced huge battles with eating disorders.
Find out what owing tens of thousands of pounds means for your credit rating, and when to pay back.
Sandra McKevitt's niece Ella was mauled by five XL American bulldogs in Liverpool in May.
25-year-old James has been struggling with anorexia for over five years. He shares how the anorexia took over his life and the challenges he faces.
Jeremy Corbyn says he didn't promise to write off student debt - despite saying he would "deal with" it.
Jodi Ann Bickley gets requests from people around the world who want a morale-boosting letter.
Hold onto your sack - Stephen Wildish is going to try to break the world record.
The format has been around for more than 20 years.
It's indoor football, but not as you know it.
The father of a man who killed himself at HMP Woodhill has met a former inmate who wrote to him.
The Secret Garden Party, held in Abbots Ripton close to Huntingdon, will finish after 15 years.
A 12ft-long python found on the Norfolk Broads has still not been found.
Prince William and Harry open up about their mother, Princess Diana, in a documentary commemorating the 20th anniversary of her death.
Corrie Mckeague's mother, Nicola Urquhart, said she had felt police would find him.
Some were live streaming from their classrooms, a BBC investigation finds.
Princess Charlotte and her family ended their visit to Germany with a visit to an Airbus factory.
Girls tell us why queuing to see pop stars shouldn't be ridiculed.
How the law, politics and practicalities could affect the process of the UK leaving the EU.
Georgia Wilde's father accidentally filmed the wrong girl at her graduation ceremony.
The public voted, and this time the name will stick. But what is it?
Traffic jams can set any holiday off to a bad start - so how do you avoid them?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a go at shaping pretzel dough - then take to the river for a race.
The presenter told listeners he'd asked his 91-year-old mum what to do, after his pay was revealed.
David Johnston lightly touched the Queen on the elbow as she descended some steps at Canada House.
A clinical psychologist is experimenting with 'problem solving booths', staffed by strangers.
Jason Liversidge, who has motor neurone disease, now plans to abseil off the Humber Bridge.
Leader of the Commons Andrea Leadsom provokes laughter with a slip-up.
The number fledging from the UK in 2017 is more than the total number for the previous 30 years.
for big school? Children get ready for the next step and describe their expectations.
Could a brain injury identity card help a former soldier who gets refused service in bars?
TSB customers will be able to try out iris scanning technology to access their bank account.
Some homes were left swamped in up to six inches of water following torrential downpours.
When 'Ranjeep' told his family that he was gay, at first his father advised him to marry a woman.
The newly elected leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council has been heckled over the Grenfell fire.
Lightning storms across the East of England destroy one man's home and cause travel chaos.
It often presents in old age but there are steps you can take before then to keep your brain healthy.
Our media editor Amol Rajan says the gender pay gap could lead to big problems for the BBC.
Footage emerges of actor Paul Nicholls, who was stranded with two broken legs for three days.
Resident Mary Roberts talks about losing some of her possessions in flash floods in Coverack village, Cornwall.
At least two people were airlifted out of their home in Coverack after the village was hit by flash flooding.
The MP for the Bard's home town is ticked off for "gesticulating in a distinctly eccentric manner".
Thunderstorms swept across areas of England and Wales last night.
Reinwood Junior School is one of several in West Yorkshire which carries out lockdown drills.
The BBC's director general says it's unfair to publish the salaries of stars who earn more than £150,000.
Mamudu Rumayatu wants accommodation suitable for her adopted grandson, who has autism and ADHD.
Some are the most memorable adverts of all time but ads that portray sexism will be banned.
Some of Jane Austen's biggest fans give their reaction to the new £10 note which features the author 200 years after her death.
Charities are processing 174 tonnes of physical donations and almost £20 million in financial donations to Grenfell survivors.
Two polar guides have been married in the first official wedding ceremony in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT).
Five-year-old Kyran Duff has been given an award after calling 999 when his mum lost consciousness.
The British tennis ace and baking fan is given cakes on BBC Breakfast, but it doesn't quite go to plan.
A charity, which provides a coffee and advice service, needs £25,000 to replace its stolen vehicle.
As the second round of Brexit negotiations looms, BBC World Service asked three experts how you go about getting what want.
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