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Many of Thursday's front pages carry devastating pictures of the train derailment in Aberdeenshire.
13 August 2020
But experts caution there are many other considerations, including cost and over-diagnosis.
13 August 2020
Grades will be higher but there are questions about the fairness of estimated A-level results.
13 August 2020
Flooding, damage to buildings, travel disruption and power cuts are expected in several regions.
13 August 2020
The life story of the princess will become the first Broadway show to premiere on the small screen.
13 August 2020
After an unprecedented year of closed schools and no exams, Welsh pupils get their A-level results.
13 August 2020
The class of 2020 has endured an experience unlike any that's gone before, but its big moment is coming.
13 August 2020
China and Russia are among countries willing to use coronavirus to their advantage, MPs say.
12 August 2020
A brother says he does not want his sister's occult-obsessed killer back in the community yet.
12 August 2020
The Chindit Memorial in Westminster is given Grade II listed status to mark 75 years since WW2 ended.
12 August 2020
Amazon Prime is giving £1.5m to two UK funds offering support to workers affected by the virus.
12 August 2020
With finances stretched by Covid-19 these young people are supporting each other to save money.
12 August 2020
The raptors have bred on an estate in the Scottish Highlands for the first time in 40 years.
12 August 2020
Boris Johnson will meet the first and deputy first ministers, as well as the taoiseach (Irish PM).
12 August 2020
Jayne, Emily, Laura and Aimee talk about their scars, and how they came to accept them.
12 August 2020
UK house prices are predicted to fall but a report spells out why property may remain out of reach.
12 August 2020
John Swinney is likely to survive because the Scottish Greens are satisfied with his U-turn on pupils' grades.
12 August 2020
The train driver, a conductor and a passenger were killed in the crash in Aberdeenshire on Wednesday.
12 August 2020
All about the BTec National, one of the popular alternatives to A-levels.
12 August 2020
A-level student Mia Cleal-Bramley explains why she doesn't want to rely on her mock exam results.
12 August 2020
Boris Johnson said it's important everyone works to ensure "nothing like this happens again".
12 August 2020
Draft guidance says face masks will be "strongly encouraged" but not recommended for "routine use".
12 August 2020
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following the rape on Monday afternoon.
12 August 2020
The 17-year-old boy killed Lindsay Birbeck before moving her body in a bin and burying her.
12 August 2020
Neville Lawrence says he'll never give up fighting for 'full justice' for his murdered son Stephen.
12 August 2020
Jobseekers are having a tough time at the moment but some sectors are hiring and support is available.
12 August 2020
Assistant Chief Constable Nick Bailey says police "do not want to spoil a joyous occasion".
12 August 2020
Devon and Cornwall tourists are told show "greater respect" after record demand for 999 services.
12 August 2020
The first minister says the number of new cases in the city continues to be far higher than other parts of the country.
12 August 2020
David Hanson's dream holiday was cancelled, but like many Brits he's been waiting months for a refund.
12 August 2020
A robbery at a credit union resulted in the death of a Garda officer and led to a trial with witnesses testifying from New York.
12 August 2020
Exams in the UK were cancelled this year, but how are students learning their results?
12 August 2020
People who go to beauticians for medically related treatments have had to treat themselves in lockdown, and it's affecting every part of their life.
12 August 2020
They account for more than one in five Covid-19 deaths, prompting action calls in case of a second wave.
12 August 2020
"Loyalty is really important to us," say the band, after being let down by their "inner circle".
11 August 2020
The struggle to balance social distancing with the emotional need to celebrate and commiserate.
11 August 2020
On the south coast, people have started going on sightseeing cruises of, well, cruise ships.
11 August 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown many countries into recession - but what exactly is it and how could it affect you?
11 August 2020
Alison Taylor fears she may have been unwittingly responsible for spreading Covid-19 to care homes.
11 August 2020
Tracey Gore takes on her new role as chairwoman of the Race Equality Taskforce in Liverpool.
11 August 2020
Ed Bridges took action after seeing a facial recognition police van while he was on a protest.
11 August 2020
Adam Nowakowski gives something back after coronavirus forced the National League to be abandoned.
11 August 2020
The number of people claiming benefits has surged, but the unemployment rate has barely moved. Why?
11 August 2020
The government's furlough scheme has stopped unemployment surging, but that may be changing.
11 August 2020
Scottish pupils are returning to the classroom this week - but how safe will they and their teachers be?
10 August 2020
There is concern bands could die out if they cannot play together and young players do not join.
10 August 2020
More people have inquired about going self-employed since the pandemic, a business federation says.
09 August 2020