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Mothers of babies with Down's syndrome reveal the pressure they felt to terminate their pregnancies.
Serious questions are being asked about the way the UK predicts - and prepares for - emergencies.
The Cubbington Pear is cut down, but saplings from it are being planted at schools and playgrounds.
Hugh Schofield looks for the truth behind Rumer Godden's The Greengage Summer in northern France.
The latest changes for Covid job support are not enough for some stuck in England's tier system.
Kate Courtman and Sarah Mountford set up the Bra Sisters to help women find bras post-mastectomy.
Two new locations in Wales linked to the slave trade are now marked by high-tech history barcodes.
The Archbishop of Wales also expressed his hope Christmas "in some form" can be celebrated this year.
Children's classic The Secret Garden has been reopened for a new generation of young film-lovers.
Sunday's papers carry reports on the ongoing free school meals controversy and quarantine changes.