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A Glasgow University study reveals it benefited to the tune of tens of millions of pounds from racial slavery.
The UK Home Office is considering a system which would let you walk through immigration without showing your passport.
Vertical farming is fast-expanding but the costs are high and the food range is limited - for now.
The papers lead on Boris Johnson's meeting with Emmanuel Macron as well as Prince William and Kate's £73 flight.
Tokyo is set to host the next Paralympic Games in 2020 - but how accessible is the Japanese capital?
Ryanair has been rated worst for customer service out of 100 big British brands, according to Which?.
WBC champion Deontay Wilder vows to "get rid" of Luis Ortiz and Tyson Fury in his coming fights amid "surreal" scenes at a restaurant opening in West Yorkshire.
Two goals from an inspired Shayne Lavery help Linfield stun Azerbaijan champions Qarabag 3-2 in the Europa League play-off first leg.
Wolves are in a good position to qualify for the Europa League group stage for the first time after winning 3-2 away in Italy against Torino.
A further 30 people, including ten children and a baby, are picked up in French waters.
The prime minister has been criticised for putting his foot on a table in front of Emmanuel Macron.
Celtic ended a turbulent nine-day spell by taking a significant step towards the Europa League group stages after beating AIK 2-0 in Glasgow.
Demonstrators calling for Papuan independence held a rally in Jakarta after days of riots in Indonesia's eastern region.
England bowler Jofra Archer says he is "flattered" to be compared to South Africa great Dale Steyn after taking 6-45 on day one of the third Ashes Test.
The highest number of injuries occurred on Mount Giewont where lightning struck a large metal cross.
US sprinter Christian Coleman is under investigation over concerns he may have missed three drugs tests.
The Red Arrows aerobatic team puts on a rare display over the New York skyline.
Rangers' Europa League play-off tie with Legia Warsaw remains finely poised after an entertaining, but goalless, first leg in Poland.
England bowl Australia out for 179, with Jofra Archer taking 6-45, on day one of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
Jofra Archer takes 6-45 to help England bowl out Australia for 179 on a truncated first day of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.