John McKeown, 62, died after he lost control of his car in Wharf Road, Stamford, in August 2015.
The vests are designed to be fitted with electronic devices to track performance during training.
The teeth have now been removed but it is not known whether they have been reunited with their owner.
The RMT said no progress had been made over the future of the role of guards, due to safety and job loss fears.
A Lancaster bomber, two Hurricanes and three Spitfires are affected by the engine issue.
The sculpture in memory of Fl Lt Jon Egging was moved following a landslip at East Cliff.
Ian Dolby had 700 computer discs containing pornography in his home, with 45 featuring child abuse.
Ian Brooke is the third person at his local in Scunthorpe to scoop a £1m National Lottery prize.
A massive fire on 17 August 2007 destroyed a number of buildings near Skegness seafront.
Exeter maintain their unbeaten start to the League Two season with a hard-fought win over Lincoln at St James' Park.
Norwich sign Lincoln's Sean Raggett for an undisclosed fee and loan the defender back to the League Two side until January.
Jihadists planned for six months to fill three vans and carry out deadly attacks, police say.
One of Hollywood's most successful comedians has died at his home in Las Vegas.
Aryana Sayeed, known to fans as Afghanistan's Kim Kardashian, sang to hundreds of delighted fans.
It comes as questions are raised over the killing of a teenager by police during a week of violence.
The warship's sinking, weeks before WW2's end, remains the worst US naval loss at sea in history.
The northern city, one of the last held by IS, has been a target since the fall of Mosul in July.
The court said forcing the woman to use open fields amounted to cruelty.
Tens of thousands voice support for three pro-democracy activists who led the 2014 protests.
Robert Mugabe's wife is back in Zimbabwe despite allegations of an assault at a Johannesburg hotel.
The event is being held for the first time in five years. with reports speaking of five deaths.
The German-Turkish writer must stay in Madrid while Turkey considers requesting his extradition.
The family of Dick Gregory, who satirised racism with his stand-up, announce his death aged 84.
All Blacks great Sir Colin Meads, who was named as New Zealand's best rugby player of the 20th Century, dies of pancreatic cancer, aged 81.
Quiet Ripoll is in shock after becoming the focus of the Barcelona van attack investigation.
Police in Arkansas are hunting thieves who stole the cash machine from a bank's drive-through area.
Thousands are flocking to the little town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in the US, to watch Monday's solar eclipse.
Meet the team bringing the BBC to tens of millions of Pidgin speakers in West and Central Africa.
In 'windy' La Ventosa, a village 700km from Mexico City, residents are renting out their land for wind farms.
Two Nigerian men are paying their way in the city by volunteering to clean up the streets.
Ahead of Monday's eclipse in the US, here are four tips from the Faroe Islands, which experienced one in 2015.
Driver won't have to face court because a police officer only spoke to him in English.
The young rhino was swept 42km from Chitwan National Park by floods and found in an Indian village.
Interior minister suggests prisoners work on farms as form of rehabilitation.
Opening of warehouse store in Icelandic capital sees workers laid off from country's only toilet paper manufacturer.
Authorities deny reports that a popular tourist lake has been transferred to Kazakh neighbours.
On the streets of Europe, we meet teenage boys trained by IS. Their testimony reveals wide-ranging plans to turn children into killers.
A Spanish woman disappears with her children as a judge threatens her with jail in a custody row.
Raffy Lerma is a photo-journalist documenting the nightly killings in the Philippines' government's war on drugs.
An anti-racism protester explains why she protected Trump supporters in a tense protest.
The BBC's Alex Duval Smith reports on how the return of conflict is redefining life in northern Mali.
Hopes in Madrid that a common front against terrorism will dampen secessionism may be misplaced.
The Tennessee county started offering time off inmate sentences in exchange for birth control
Trump's argument that the removal of Confederate statues is a slippery slope to changing history has recharged the perennial debate about America's tormented racial legacy.
Graffiti artists turn a violent hillside neighbourhood in Pachuca into a colourful work of art.
A fledgling Hong Kong investigative news agency has quickly built a reputation for its scoops.
Hassan Zubier was stabbed as he tried to save a woman caught up in the terror attack in Finland
The car park in Wakefield has been destroyed to make way for redevelopment work.
The scientist backed the NHS in a speech that was critical of government policy and Jeremy Hunt.
The chimes of Big Ben are due to fall silent for four years but this is not the first time the "great bell" has been in need of a little TLC.
From Strictly to The Price Is Right, we look back at the career of the British TV legend.
These mums had traumatic births, and they want more to see more honesty about the toll it can take.
Newsnight pays a moving tribute to its former reporter who has died aged 52 after a stroke.
Arlene Phillips on her former Strictly Come Dancing colleague Bruce Forsyth.
Michelle, who has multiple sclerosis, is going on a trek in the Lake District for the first time in more than 10 years.
Friends share their memories of TV legend Sir Bruce Forsyth, who has died at the age of 89.
Joy Gibson, from Stratford-upon-Avon, re-entered academia at the age of 59.
Eyewitness Aamer Anwar describes the moment a van hit crowds in Barcelona's Ramblas tourist area.
A van has ploughed into crowds on the Ramblas tourist area in Barcelona.
In just over a year Europe has seen seven attacks where vehicles have been used as weapons. Security correspondent Gordon Corera looks at what authorities are doing about it.
An inquest heard that Meera Dalal took her own life after being abused by her ex-boyfriend.
Nearly eight million journeys have been made on the overnight service.
And believe it or not, the seller is actually happy with the deal.
BBC News NI looks at the story of the same-sex marriage debate in Northern Ireland so far.
The funeral procession for fundraiser Deborah James featured dozens of her favourite cars.
The number of front-line prison officers in England and Wales has increased.
She is fundraising for eye-gaze technology to help her paralysed husband communicate by blinking.
Thousands of people gathered to watch the 65,000-tonne HMS Queen Elizabeth entering Portsmouth harbour.
Police say the group used sledgehammers to break into the shop's display counters.
Salvage teams are removing a number of giant pipes which washed up on beaches.
Services are affected between Peterborough, Ely, Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds, Stansted Airport and London.
Milly Forrest moved from working a shift as an usher to leading lady after a soprano fell ill.
Baby boxes containing essential items are to be delivered to new mothers across Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon says Alex Salmond is not sexist in response to a joke the former first minister made about female politicians.
With people living longer and saving less, are we living through the death of retirement?