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A breakdown of the mixed messages coming out of Westminster this week.
The prime minister will confirm a £200m funding package for Scottish farmers during his visit.
Jeni Haynes built multiple personalities to survive abuse - their testimony helped convict her father.
The punk rock survivor releases jazzy new LP and recalls 50 years since his band's searing debut album.
Body bags are sent to areas of the Bahamas worst hit by Hurricane Dorian as hundreds remain missing.
We speak to the 10 queens taking part in the British version of the award-winning US reality show.
Serena Williams has another shot at winning a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam singles title after demolishing Elina Svitolina to reach the US Open final.
A study of more than 3,000 pregnant women followed up their children over 30 years.
Alcohol should be more expensive in supermarkets compared with pubs, says think tank.
The papers react to Jo Johnson resigning after being "torn between family and the national interest".
Polling expert Sir John Curtice examines which of Scotland's parties should welcome voters heading to the polls.
One woman feels "violated", after a video uploaded by her ex-partner was viewed thousands of times.
Love Island's Theo Campbell is staying positive after being hit with a champagne cork at in Ibiza.
Many head teachers think that new mathematics tests for primary school children should be scrapped.
When Nadï van de Watering reached out on social media, she generated more than a million messages.
Forest fires are raging in many parts of the world but are there more than ever?
You might not expect to find a radio station promoting women's rights in the Afghan city of Kunduz - but this is precisely what Radio Roshani does.
Scientists hope a new test will help millions of people in Bangladesh avoid arsenic in their water.
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?
Banksy reckoned we would all be anonymous for 15 minutes, but is this even possible?