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Tory peer Lord Robathan says the government's anti-obesity drive is not working - but a minister defends it.
Doctors fear they could be overwhelmed, but new measures are still not being deployed in England.
Jonathan Ashworth accuses the Health Secretary Sajid Javid of "being complacent" over Covid with a "stuttering rollout" of vaccines.
Borrowing was lower than a year earlier, but was still the second-highest number on record for September.
Sarah Buckle woke up in hospital after a suspected spiking incident in a Nottingham nightclub in September.
The BBC followed India, 28, before and after gastric sleeve surgery.
A doctors' union accuses the government of taking its "foot off the brake" as cases rise.
The NHS is set to fund innovative therapy that patients say has given them their lives back.
Fifty years ago, a row of shops exploded killing 22 people and injuring more than 100, mostly women.
The recovery spending on education in England needs to quadruple to prevent lasting harm, experts say.
Thursday's front pages focus on the health secretary urging people to get Covid jabs to avoid new restrictions.
What is it like to be a new lorry driver in an industry experiencing severe shortages?
The decommissioned North Sea platform will relocate to Weston-super-Mare as part of 2022's Unboxed.
The star's management company will select this year's song after the UK came bottom last year.
A Birmingham tower block resident, where combustible cladding is being removed, explains his plight.
Zayn Ali Salman is the youngest-ever recruit to Arsenal's pre-academy.
The territory of St Helena, which has remained coronavirus-free, wants a big rise in tourists.
Police targeted county lines operations where gangs supply drugs via dedicated phone numbers.
The government says consumers and businesses will benefit from deal, but it is unlikely to boost growth.
Dr Andrew Goodall says Covid, waiting lists and staff shortages have left NHS Wales under pressure.