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Newspaper headlines: Messi ‘the greatest’ and strikes to ‘wreak havoc’
The front pages cover Argentina's World Cup win and this week's strikes involving ambulance and border staff.
Doddie Weir's life to be celebrated at Melrose memorial service
The former Scotland rugby international died last month, six years after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
'I quit my job rather than go back to the office'
Is there a growing divide between employers who want staff back in the office and employees who want to work from home?
Why car dealers may face a bumpy road ahead
Car showrooms, mostly owned by independent businesses, are under pressure from all sides.
More than 130 bus operators to offer £2 tickets
The government-funded scheme will cap fares in England outside London from 1 January to 31 March.
Pregnancy: IVF clinics 'can't just tell women to lose weight'
Rachel says she was devastated by the lack of support after being told she was overweight for IVF.
Missing 6-year-old girl found, say police
The girl went missing from her home in Smethwick on Sunday afternoon.
UK weather: Last day of ice warnings before temperatures soar
The cold snap that caused travel disruption and power cuts is ending on Sunday, forecasters say.
Sean Fox and Mark Hall murders carried out by 'same gunmen'
Detectives say they believe the 'horrifically violent' murders of Sean Fox and Mark Hall were carried out by the same two gunmen.
London flood: Couple moved in week before house deluged
Thomas Tait says "a lifetime of personal memories" was destroyed by flooding in South Hampstead.
Who is striking? How this coming week’s walkouts will affect you
Useful information on strikes during the week up to Christmas, by the BBC’s Zoe Conway.
Man dies in kayaking incident in Thailand
Odhran O'Neill from Lurgan was last seen on Saturday after his kayak capsized.
Mountain Ash pub: Pipes burst with water pouring from ceiling
"It's a total mess," says manager facing big clean-up to accommodate customers over Christmas.
Bury ex-lollipop lady died on road she campaigned to make safer
Irene Allen was hit by a van in Walmersley Road, which she campaigned to make safer in the 1960s.
Scotland school subjects 'could be axed due to cuts'
Class sizes will increase as teacher vacancies go unfilled, a union warns following the budget announcement.
Channel migrant deaths: Man, 19, charged after four die at sea
Thirty-nine people were rescued and four people died attempting to enter the UK in a dinghy.
Handsworth garden search: Child's body found
A man and a woman are charged with neglect and have been remanded in custody.
Oliver Dowden firm on pay as nurses warn of more strikes
The union says ministers must respond within 48 hours of next week's walkout to avoid more action.
People on frozen water prompts urgent warning from police forces
Police implore people to keep themselves and children off icy water, as cases continue a week after four boys died.
Gareth Southgate to remain England manager until after Euro 2024
Gareth Southgate will remain as England manager until after the European Championships in 2024.