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Newspaper headlines: Royal Mail 'cyberattack' and mortgage default warning
Thursday's papers lead with fears of a surge in cyber crime and the impact of the cost of living crisis.
Organ transplants: Black people wait up to six months longer, NHS figures show
The NHS says there is an "urgent need" for ethnic minority organ donors to help find the best matches.
Call to ban 'forced' switch to prepayment meters
Citizens Advice says people moved to the pay-as-you-go method risked going without heat and light.
Protocol row at centre of political talks in NI
Irish PM Leo Varadkar and Labour's Sir Keir Starmer are set to meet Stormont's largest parties.
NHS strikes: Crunch talks with Welsh health unions to be held
Wales' health minister will meet unions on Thursday in a bid to avert more NHS strikes.
Cameron House hotel fire affects my son every day, says survivor
Hannah Munns and her family escaped from Cameron House after a fatal blaze in December 2017.
Alireza Akbari: Iran preparing to execute British citizen - family
Alireza Akbari's wife says his family were told to go to his prison in Tehran for a "final visit".
Delays on M5 and M42 near Bromsgrove due to lorry fire
Link roads between the M42 and M5 are closed in both directions as fire crews deal with the blaze.
Spiking: No need for specific offence, government says
The government says a new law is unnecessary as there are already several offences which cover spiking.
UK accused of ignoring extremism over talks with Israel's new government
The ministerial-level discussions with the new right-wing government focused on a free trade deal.
100,000 civil servants to strike on 1 February
People working in 124 government departments and several other bodies will walk out on 1 February.
Royal Mail tells people not to send post abroad due to 'cyber incident'
The firm is telling customers to stop sending items abroad while it tries to resolve the issue.
Andrew Tate: How schools are tackling his influence
Teachers are trying to find ways to challenge boys who admire the controversial influencer.
Patient's parcel should have been checked - inquest
Beth Matthews died three days after a review said she should not be allowed to open her own post.
Christmas Eve pub shooting: Murder arrest over death of Elle Edwards
A man is held over the death of Elle Edwards, who was shot outside a pub in Wallasey on Christmas Eve.
Help during childbirth has declined, survey finds
Women report positives, but also areas for improvement in a report by England's care regulator.
Andrew Bridgen suspended as Tory MP over Covid vaccine comments
Andrew Bridgen suspended as Conservative MP for spreading misinformation, the chief whip says.
'Number of defects' led to fatal fire at Cameron House hotel
Simon Midgley and Richard Dyson died in the blaze at the luxury Loch Lomond resort in December 2017.
PMQs: Rishi Sunak says he is registered with NHS doctor
The PM tells MPs he has "used independent healthcare in the past" but is registered with an NHS GP.
NI Protocol: Sinn Féin refuses to attend talks with James Cleverly
Sinn Féin says its leader Mary Lou McDonald has been "excluded" from talks with James Cleverly.