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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.
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.
Stuart Bingham says he "will always have haters" after becoming the oldest winner of the Masters and claiming his second Triple Crown event title.
Championship leaders West Brom's poor run of form continues as Tyrese Campbell's early goal condemns them to defeat by Stoke.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer "has to take some blame" for Marcus Rashford's back injury, says ex-England striker Ian Wright.
The president's legal team calls his impeachment "a dangerous perversion" of the US constitution.
After new gun laws were proposed in the state of Virginia, protesters had their firearms on open display.
The Mexican National Guard tries to block entry to the "caravan" hoping to reach the US.
Ministers are defeated three times over Brexit legislation - on citizens' rights and court rulings.
Shop owner Catherine Kull Bineschedler says the annual corporate "invasion" is tough for locals.
Chinatowns across the US are switching to the flag of mainland China, but not without protest.
The couple made contact with the photographer after their image was shared 17,000 times on Facebook.
Chart rival Liam Fray "feels sorry" for the rapper over his Ariana Grande-Manchester bomb lyrics.
Anglo American has offered to buy the project for £405m, which is 5.5p a share.
Kirsteen Cooper was arrested and put in a jail cell after a hospital wrongly accused her of trying to harm her daughter.
The shadow Brexit secretary is the first to get the support needed to officially run for leader.
Bernard Bibby took up the ballet classes four years ago following the death of his wife of 55 years.