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The death of eight-year-old Mylee Billingham leads several papers on Monday, along with a warning expected to be made by the head of the Army that Britain must keep up with its enemies.
Police are urging motorists to travel with caution as conditions may be hazardous on the morning commute.
US secretary of state Rex Tillerson is flying into London for talks with Boris Johnson on a “packed” whistle-stop visit.
A High Court judge is this week expected to decide whether doctors should stop providing life-support treatment to an 11-month-old boy being cared for at a London hospital.
Areas where people find it easier to make GP appointments, such as online booking systems, see fewer visits to A&E, a study has suggested.
Two-thirds of motorists think they can get away with careless driving due to a lack of police on the roads, a survey has found.
An overwhelming majority of the public believe social media companies do not do enough to tackle bullying, illegal activities and the spreading of extremist content on their sites, a major survey has found.
Many young women are not attending smear tests because they are embarrassed about their bodies, a cancer charity has warned.
The Government is being urged to end its “love in” with outsourcing work to private firms amid claims of “deep flaws” in many deals.
Two-thirds (67%) of new cars are available with collision warning systems, new figures show.
A Labour MSP is launching a consultation on his plan for a new law to protect shop and bar workers from violence.
The biggest rail workers union has launched an angry attack against the Transport Secretary ahead of his appearance before a committee of MPs, branding him a “specialist in failure.”
The least fit British children 20 years ago would be considered among the fittest children today, according to research.
The Government will announce £70 million of funding to create new manufacturing centres to help speed up the development of medical treatments.
Britain’s ability to pre-empt or respond to threats risks being eroded if the UK does not keep up with its enemies, the head of the British Army will warn.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s plans to tackle the housing crisis will fail without fresh reforms, a powerful Commons committee has warned.
Schools should do more to teach children about the dangers of sharing sexual content online, a think tank report has recommended.
The gap between the number of women and men paid over £100,000 has widened by almost a quarter over the past five years, according to a new study.
The Scottish Government says it will set out its position on Brexit during a ministerial visit to Brussels.
Most Conservative MPs believe freedom of movement and deference to the European Union’s top court should stop the moment Britain quits, according to polling.
A mountain rescue team has rescued a man who became stranded as he tried to walk to safety after a week cut off by snow.
A Kenyan official has blamed devices that Britain might have planted during colonial rule for the deaths of four children killed in a field where they were grazing livestock.
Britain will get respite from the wintry and wet weather of the last few days, after a weekend which saw freezing temperatures and torrential rain strike different parts of the country.
A Metropolitan Police officer who was being investigated after the death of Rashan Charles will not be prosecuted.
Ukip leader Henry Bolton is fighting to keep his job after he lost a no confidence vote at a meeting of senior officials.
People have been evacuated from homes and rescued from cars trapped in floods after widespread heavy rain struck England and Wales.
The Police Ombudsman has been called in to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a teenager who was struck by a van in Co Antrim.
A European arrest warrant will be reissued for the fugitive former leader of Catalonia if he leaves Belgium and enters Denmark as planned, Spain’s state prosecutor’s office said.
A Stornoway festival is travelling to India next month to celebrate the historic connections between Scotland and the South Asian country.
Sinn Fein’s Michelle O’Neill intends to put herself forward for the position of deputy leader of the party.
The Home Office has paid out more than £21 million to migrants they have unlawfully detained, new figures reveal.
Nominations will begin on Monday to select a new deputy leader of Sinn Fein.