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Lisa Parratt says she was "gutted" when told she was "too heavy" for a personal trainer's classes.
Previous legislation was dropped when the prime minister suspended Parliament for five weeks.
Tenants reveal how they are turning to review websites to rate landlords and warn other tenants.
Standing at 656ft (250m) tall, Big Carl is due to be in the west country for the next four years.
Nicola Sturgeon and her health secretary come under fire over further delays to Edinburgh's new children's hospital.
Edinburgh University pays tribute to the 21-year-old who fell from the third floor of a tenement.
Police numbers are currently 800 below what was suggested when the PSNI was formed in 2001.
Boris Johnson denies lying over his reasons for the shutdown, after Scottish judges rule it unlawful.
The UK has not yet put forward any workable alternatives to the Brexit border backstop, says the EU.
The 250m crane can lift 5,000 tonnes and is starting work at Hinkley Point C power station in Somerset.
Maciej Wasiewicz "slammed" the oven into his friend's head, causing a bleed on the brain.
Police release the dashcam footage to show drivers the "reality" of being over the limit.
Boris Johnson has told reporters that he did not lie to the Queen when he advised her to prorogue Parliament for five weeks.
Plans to improve city centres are "doomed to fail" unless people have cash to spend, researchers say.
No 10's no-deal document and an apparent crash on the set of Top Gear lead Thursday's papers.
Labour wants MPs to return to Parliament to scrutinise the government's plans for no-deal.
Australian Mark Firkin and British-Australian Jolie King have been detained for about 10 weeks.
The number of convictions in England and Wales was 27% lower last year compared with the year before.
Kwasi Kwarteng tells the BBC that "many people" think judges are not impartial on Brexit,
London's independent wrestling scene is creating a new generation of home-grown stars.