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EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says Theresa May never told him she was willing to leave without one.
Chris Froome is named winner of the 2011 Vuelta a Espana after Juan Jose Cobo is stripped of the title over doping irregularities.
Julie James says some developments in Wales will have a "whole pile of problems" in years to come.
The figures, which are across the UK, are 'deeply worrying', say the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Primary school head teachers say their pupils are repeatedly rejected for mental health support.
An account of 10 crucial mistakes, mishaps and misunderstandings that might explain why the UK hasn't left the EU yet.
The extradition of Hashem Abedi and the Tory leadership contest dominate the papers.
Baroness Hayter is sacked as shadow Brexit minister for making "offensive" remarks, the party says.
A graduated licence system is one of a series of measures being considered to improve road safety.
A minister says payment eligibility will abide by the "suffered through no fault of their own" principle.
Lap dancers who fear their jobs are under threat have joined a union in a Scottish first.
The former Beatle is working on a stage adaptation of Frank Capra's It's A Wonderful Life.
Six buildings have been selected for the shortlist of this year's prestigious Riba Stirling award.
The Royal Society tells the Tory leadership candidates the UK collaborates more with the EU than the US.
New laws were introduced in 2010 but attacks by dogs are still "unacceptably high", MSPs hear.
Cancer Research warns people in the UK to protect their skin at home and not only when they are away.
The children's minister says he wants to eliminate the "rogue element" of some youth accommodation.
People who attack emergency services are not getting harsh sentences despite a new law, an MP says.
As more of us worry about our carbon emissions, how can you offset your air travel?
"No-one in their right mind would spend three weeks" in Manchester over Sydney, a future MP said in 1994.