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Updated: 3 hours 54 min ago
The story of two adopted siblings from Sri Lanka who were brought up in a rural town in Northern Ireland.
Some papers report on "fury" over the police intervention in Sue Gray's inquiry into alleged No 10 parties.
Thousands of NHS staff in Edinburgh are unable to park because they do not have a permit.
Simon Hinchley-Robson says he was starved, denied sleep and assaulted after requesting an Aids test.
Sue Gray is expected to submit her report on lockdown events at Downing Street shortly, the BBC is told.
The former party leader sought to switch constituencies but lost the nomination to Diane Forsythe.
A holiday firm owner says he lost bookings because of the time it took to restore an internet link.
With vacancies at a record high, many firms are suffering from a shortage of skilled workers.
The Met Office issues weather warnings for Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England.
The name of Andrew Devine, the tragedy's 97th victim, is added to the tribute following his death.
The comedian said he had lost a friend to cancer in the early stages of lockdown.
Amina-Faye Johnson suffered 41 fractures to her ribs and 24 more to other limbs.
Downing Street says PM and chancellor are "fully committed" after some Tory MPs call for a delay.
Muhammad Gohir Khan is found guilty of agreeing to kill a Pakistani military critic for £100,000.
The Attorney General will consider the term under the Unduly Lenient Sentence Scheme.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
Campaigners including actor Rose Ayling-Ellis are calling for BSL to be made a recognised language.
John Avers was held down by Gary Ternent whose son then ran over their victim four times.
The broadcaster experienced several major outages last year, prompting calls for action.
The former prime minister said he wanted to be clear "what happened was wrong".