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Boards of big companies have 50% more women present than in 2015, a government review has found.
A total of £720m will help ensure "no child is left behind" due to the pandemic, Boris Johnson says.
The grace periods mean checks and controls on goods going from GB to NI are not fully implemented.
Cattle on Cambridge's commons are a familiar sight, but the council is proposing cuts to services.
Lynn Parker's husband Alastair died 10 months after she last held his hand.
Wednesday's front pages continue to focus on how the UK will emerge from lockdown.
About 31,000 women will be offered the swab checks, which can help spot early signs of cervical cancer.
The victims' commissioner for England and Wales says victims have for too long been treated like bystanders.
The UK's first openly gay cabinet minister, Lord Smith, urges the PM to diversify his top team.
The young Gallaghers appear in Creation Stories - a film about Oasis's former label boss Alan McGee.

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