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Efforts to clear railway lines and roads, and to restore power to homes, are continuing.
A survey of 2,000 Mumsnet and Gransnet users finds 29% have had sex fewer than 11 times in the past year.
Graduates and older students offer their top tips for starting at university.
The DUP MP keeps his seat after less than 10% of his constituents sign a petition to force a by-election.
The Bard gave Queen Margaret more lines than any other female character, and more than King Lear.
Councils bosses warn some authorities may have to be stripped back to the minimum to save money.
Psychosis, murder and suicide - how Spanish flu ravaged a post-war world.
With 5G, experts say we could enjoy virtual reality in HD on our mobiles and even project holographics.
Valentino Dixon, whose art featured in a golf magazine, is a free man after 27 years behind bars.
Poor accountability was to blame for severe rail disruption last May, a regulator has said.
The daring Allied parachute drop to win WW2
The Consumer Council for Water tells firms to improve customer service and reduce complaints.
He's the far right's newest poster boy – but Martin Sellner’s insistence that his far-right group is non-violent doesn’t have everyone convinced.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office imposes a fine of £500,000 over the 2017 breach.
After his grandmother was hospitalised, Lewis invented a hydrating treat for people with dementia.
Thursday's papers focus on an inquiry into Britain's railways and this year's new timetable chaos.
A man's neighbour invited him on holiday to war zone in Afghanistan for an extraordinary experience.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) proposed a compromise with Russia in May that would allow a suspension of its anti-doping agency (Rusada) to be lifted.
The PM urges EU leaders to focus their minds on getting a deal, saying talks will not be extended.
Flights fail to land and trees and trampolines are pulled from the ground, as high winds cause devastation in UK and Ireland.