BBC News - UK
Updated: 10 hours 51 min ago
Ellie Simpson says her sister felt "a pinch on the back of her arm" as she left a nightclub.
Urgent track repairs are affecting services between Kent and Sussex, and London Charing Cross.
The England and Wales grants aim to reduce carbon emissions, but will cover a maximum of 90,000 heat pumps.
More than 17,000 children were waiting more than a year to see a hospital consultant for the first time.
More than 19,400 people have crossed from France to England in small boats so far this year.
A judge ruled Alta Fixsler's life support should be withdrawn in a hospice rather than at home.
"We are not going to take any candidate they want to shove on to us," says Tory association leader.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
The prime minister will announce 18 new foreign investment deals in low-carbon sectors worth £9.7bn.
The trial of Dennis Hutchings, 80, had been adjourned when he tested positive for Covid-19.
Gracie Spinks's parents want more funding to help police forces tackle stalking.
Warren Higgs speaks before and after having his kidneys, which weighed more than five stone (35kg), removed.
Drivers of older, more polluting vehicles will have to pay a fee to enter an extended zone in the city.
Doctors booked a termination for Sharon Gorvett, but no-one discussed her options with her.
Independence is one of the options a commission on Wales' future in the UK will look at.
The front pages focus on MPs' tributes to Sir David Amess - and his family's visit to the scene of the killing.
The UK has higher infections than most of its neighbours, as scientists fear a difficult winter.
Musicians as well as people working in venues and recording studios were particularly affected.
New materials are making body armour lighter but nanotechnology could provide a breakthrough.
The supermarket's new GetGo format lets customers shop without scanning a product or using a till.