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The Scottish government confirms that if it is safe to do so exams will go ahead in spring 2022.
The PM says terror has been cut and human rights helped, but Labour accuses him of "staggering complacency".
Spending on public services rose to almost £100bn as revenue fell due to the Covid pandemic.
The service will remember five people killed in a mass shooting in the Keyham area of the city.
The coastguard was called to reports a group of people, including a 10-year-old boy, were stranded.
The UK government says it will resettle up to 20,000 Afghan refugees, but warns it will "take time".
The UK will work with other countries to help up to 20,000 refugees move to the UK, the home secretary says.
The family of a boy with breathing difficulties who live near the landfill are bringing the case.
The UK inflation rate fell by more than expected to 2% in July, down from 2.5% the previous month.
Former Gurkha soldier Dhan Gurung has refused food for 11 days in a protest over unequal pensions.
Noel Thomas is one of dozens to have their false accounting convictions quashed.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
MPs from Northern Ireland will be among those at Westminster later, as Parliament is recalled.
Leanne Wood says Adam Price made "a bad judgement call" in the timing of his leadership challenge.
Many of the papers focus on the UK's plan to resettle 20,000 Afghan refugees as part of a new scheme.
Mental health referrals across the UK have hit their highest point for two years.
Saxophonist Nubya Garcia on playing Royal Albert Hall, the Mercury Prize and "natural vibrations".
Thomas Yates posts artwork he's created out of used face masks on social media.
We chat to young people in the UK who have family in Afghanistan, as the Taliban take control.
UK roads are already jam-packed and that looks set to get worse as more people snap up EVs.