BBC News - UK
Updated: 16 hours 27 min ago
Alishah doesn't qualify for free school meals, but her parents are among many struggling with lunch costs.
Covid scientists will be testing different medications to see what works against winter flu.
The owners of Night & Day are in court to appeal against a Noise Abatement Notice from the council.
Tuesday's papers look ahead to the first all-British World Cup match between England and Wales.
Clinical records of 44 patients who died under the care of Michael Watt have been examined.
Over 40 arrests were made across six countries, dismantling a massive criminal network, police say.
An allegation has been made against a senior member of Plaid Cymru's staff by a former colleague.
The British prime minister says the UK needs to show "robust pragmatism" towards global competitors.
Emergency crews, including air ambulance, are called to a crash involving a school coach.
Decision comes after death of a man at a processing centre may have been caused by the disease.
Nigeria's official for museums calls it a "great day" as the Horniman signs over looted objects.
He was shot by police at a house in Somerset but his condition is thought to have stabilised.
Ross McCullum says he viewed explicit material to relieve his stress after strangling his victim.
Constituents speak out on what the former health secretary should do after I'm a Celebrity.
Professional clubs told to limit training exercises with repetitive heading to one session per week.
Jamie Barrow appears in court a second time over the deaths of a mother and her two young children.
Members of the Unison and Nispa unions say the industrial action is "likely to be strongest ever".
Kearne Solanke and Charlie Bartolo died just a mile apart in south-east London on Saturday.
A study finds cancer death rates are 74% higher in Scotland's most deprived communities.
The demonstration comes at the start of what is expected to be two weeks of action in the capital.