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Police link the deaths of three men in east London to a nearby altercation the night before.
What are people talking about when they refer to a level playing field and what has it to do with Brexit?
People who have a healthy weight are in the minority in Scotland. Why is that and what can be done?
Nigeria's Under-19 side are world cup debutants but cricket remains a minority sport at home.
The tradition dates back more than 1,000 years - but fishermen fear it could die out within a generation.
Many believe President Trump will be acquitted in the end. But could it yet diverge from the script?
The BBC has brought together two men in their nineties who came to Britain from Jamaica in 1948 on the Empire Windrush.
This politician is going on leave to take care of his newborn son, and it's pretty controversial.
Beryl Casey has been rescuing hedgehogs for 25 years and wants someone to carry on as she gets older.
Footballer Emiliano Sala messaged a friend saying he felt forced out by his French club days before he died.
Roads are dominating new housing developments, a report says, despite more people wanting to drive less.
One year has passed since Emiliano Sala's death in a plane crash. His family in the small rural town of Progreso, Argentina, are still suffering.
Research suggests the method could help curb a growing shortage of UK donations.
Offenders will face more time in jail as "hard truths" are faced after attacks, the Home Office says.
The prisons inspectorate finds "flaws" in policy of separating young offenders in England and Wales.
Some cans of spirits and cocktails sold in shops and supermarkets contain eight teaspoons of sugar.
A quarter of employees think their firm turns a blind eye to workplace harassment, says a report.
Sophisticated unmanned mini-tanks patrol alongside soldiers, but humans still decide when to shoot.
Tuesday's front pages carry a mix of stories, including on the royals and the BBC's director general.
'We'll get it all on the table and sort it out' - Jones encourages England players to talk about Saracens
England will hold talks during their training camp to resolve any anger among Eddie Jones' squad resulting from Saracens' salary cap scandal.