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Ministers want divorces and cross-border consumer claims resolved "in a clear and sensible way".
A series of events will take place in Glasgow and around the country over the next five days.
The one-liner by comic Ken Cheng wins the tenth annual award for Dave's Funniest Joke Of The Fringe.
The first ministers say the UK government wants to impose its will on the other parts of the UK.
The car maker is offering £2,000 off a new car in a scheme it says will have 'an immediate effect' on air quality.
The Great British Bake Off and the Barcelona terror suspect dominate Tuesday's front pages.
The singer performed her aptly-titled hit on a cruise ship as the solar event swept the US.
Striker Eniola Aluko speaks to the BBC about the "bullying and discrimination" she says she was subjected to by England head coach Mark Sampson.
The donated gear will be sent to a charity warehouse where ex-Jungle camp migrants are sleeping.
It happened shortly before midnight on Sunday after a fight began on the dance floor.
Brides say they have no refunds or dresses after Emily Eve Bridal Boutique shut.
Katherine Guest says she was told it was due to health and safety as her baby could choke.
Sulaiman Sillah ran after his victim when an argument at a party spilled into the street.
A church in Cambridge holds the secret to the Westminster Chimes.
Police say they are exploring possible links between a rape at a bus stop and disturbances in Cromer.
The Fake or Fortune? presenter Philip Mould sold the painting by John Constable for £35,000.
An inquiry into the death of eight-year-old Ciaran Williamson has heard its final submissions.
Colin Furze, who has a bunker hidden four metres under his garden shed, is the winner of the #NotAShed category.
This is the moment Big Ben chimed for the last time before major restoration work starts.
Vicky Veness shared a photo of herself looking healthy that was taken just hours before she was diagnosed.