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Home affairs correspondent June Kelly talks to two young people who used to live rough.
More managerial jobs generate more meetings, but they are not about making decisions, says a study.
Women in Scotland say they are falling through the cracks of health care despite suffering chronic pain.
The Unite union leader, and Labour ally, said the party would "respect the 2016 referendum".
We look at how the Eurostar has changed since the first passengers boarded the service in 1994.
Geoffrey Bran, 71, denies murdering his wife Mavis, 69, with hot oil in 2018.