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The papers focus on the latest in the Tory leadership contest, amid criticism over the BBC's TV debate.
Changes aimed at stopping under-18s viewing explicit content were due to come into force next month.
A Leamington Spa junior school replaces its uniform with 'activewear', despite objections.
A watchdog has concerns over Greater Manchester's ability to respond to certain terror attacks.
Millennials are spending less on "fun" than the same age group did in 2001, a report suggests.
A charity for terminally ill children warns hospices are under threat unless the NHS increases funding.
Lee Donald says eating disorders can go unnoticed because too many associate them with being underweight.
With measles cases on the rise in UK, we follow a project aiming to tackle lower vaccination rates in the Somali community.
Friends will celebrate Alesha MacPhail's life, a year after she was killed on the Isle of Bute.
Staff at Buchanan High have fears about chemical contamination of land the school is built on.
Changes in a chemical called serotonin were found 15 to 20 years in advance of symptoms.
With zero emissions and water as a by-product, Tom Burridge was on board one of the test runs.
Led by craft brewers and young drinkers, a growing number of low and no alcohol beers, are being drunk.
How our life and work could be affected as Wales aims to reach zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Community officers are being appointed around Wales to help deal with "tensions" in some areas.
The fast fashion retailer is trying to be more sustainable, but some are sceptical.
The chancellor will say billions he has set aside may be "soaked up" if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
A memorial service is held for the UK-based crew of two American Flying Fortress bombers.
Emiliano Sala died in a plane crash in January along with pilot David Ibbotson.
One more MP will be eliminated from the race, as Dominic Raab backs Boris Johnson for No 10.