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The young are "less likely" to drink at "risky levels" than the middle aged, a campaigner says.
East Kent Hospitals Trust admits failings that came to light after family's campaign for "justice".
Amateur jockey Lorna Brooke dies in hospital after a fall during a race at Taunton earlier this month.
Avalanche forecasters were among the few people able to venture into snow-covered mountains.
Shoppers flocked back to the High Street last week to treat themselves after non-essential stores reopened.
Greater Manchester Police has warned of flouting restrictions after gathering in Platts Field Park.
For many high school students this week marks the first full-time return to classrooms since before Christmas.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are among 12 clubs who have agreed to join a new European Super League.
Border checks have caused tension in Northern Ireland but were there warnings in the Brexit campaign?
Björn Ulvaeus on the Swedish band's song contest win on British soil, and the future of streaming.
Up to 9.4 million people have not yet ensured they can cast a ballot in May's elections.
Millions of children in England will be surveyed in an attempt to tackle "generational problems".
Some staff who complained of racism within the Church have been paid off to "buy their silence".
First-time buyers will get cheaper deals if they can stretch to a bigger deposit, analysts say.
A union representing job centre staff says three in five feel unsafe interacting with the public.
The Home Secretary will deliver a speech critical of Facebook's privacy plan for its apps.
Ben Perkins built a blacksmith's forge in his back garden and taught himself the traditional craft.
Former Liverpool and Tottenham midfielder Danny Murphy explains why he cannot see any positives from plans for a breakaway European Super League involving England's 'big six' clubs.
Many papers lead with the aftermath of Prince Philip's funeral and what the Royal Family does next.
The number of Covid-linked deaths in each affected Scottish care home is revealed for the first time.