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Tuesday's papers react to the Queen's Speech and racist abuse during England's football qualifier in Bulgaria.
Data shows newborns in Wales are more likely to appear in care proceedings than those in England.
Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.
The UK will not meet its climate change targets without a revolution in home heating, a think tank says.
An independent Scotland could form a "bridge" between the UK and the EU, Nicola Sturgeon is to tell the SNP conference.
BBC Spotlight is told Billy Wright's gang targeted victims with the help of police intelligence.
England's Euro 2020 qualifier with Bulgaria in Sofia is halted twice with fans warned about racist behaviour.
The 93-year-old monarch wore a diamond diadem while the crown rested on a table beside her.
Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo become the first authors to jointly win the Booker Prize since 1992.
The BBC's Helen Catt explains the policies, the reaction, and what happens next.
Many people were injured in the "almost apocalyptic" explosion and 63 properties were damaged.
A look at the fanfare and formality behind this year's State Opening of Parliament.
Insects are being touted as an eco-friendly protein source, but do bug burgers pass the taste test?
The government says it will pass a law requiring photo ID to vote.
One man says he is still having nightmares after plunging into the canal in Walsall with his son.
From snorting cocaine to stealing loo rolls, famous people have taken some liberties at the Queen's home.
Dashcam footage shows a series of near-misses on the A505 in Hertfordshire.
Anneka Rice's future daughter-in-law praises people who searched for her engagement ring gem.
Several hectares of green space is being covered over each year by paving or home extensions in Edinburgh.
Two men claim they were wrongly convicted of assaulting a police officer nearly 50 years ago.