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Eleanor Crow's watercolours celebrating the beauty of London's shopfronts are on display in the city.
One man in Bangladesh is trying to improve workers' lives by opening a shop with a twist.
LGBT rights have become the biggest single cultural issue as Poland prepares for Sunday's election.
CJ dropped out uni with drug problems - the music she's written about it has had millions of views.
A girl, a boy and their uncle are injured on the Tropical Cyclone ride in Wiltshire.
As the NHS opens a clinic for young gaming and gambling addicts, the father of one tells his story.
Once the sign of a hardened criminal, Japan’s taboo tattoos are winning a legion of new foreign fans.
The 'femtech' label for women's health tech is flourishing but not everybody is a fan.
From computer games to railway tracks, capturing 3D images in exquisite detail is now big business.
Waterstones boss James Daunt has taken charge of America's biggest bookseller, the ailing Barnes & Noble.
One customer who fell outside the two-week window to be repatriated says she can't afford a new flight.
Hundreds of thousands of Soviet troops were stationed in the complex in former East Germany.
Scotland's Court of Session is considering whether it should act directly if Boris Johnson does not.
Government borrowing would reach its highest level in over half a century, a think tank warns.
Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.
BBC Spotlight is told MI5 wiped secret information relating to the murder of solicitor Pat Finucane.
It may be the smallest ozone hole in three decades but scientists are warning against complacency.
Tuesday's papers are dominated by stories about a US businesswoman, a diplomat's wife and Brexit.
The Northern Ireland Office publishes new guidelines on abortion for the medical profession ahead of the 21 October deadline.
The dukes and duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex voiced a promotional film which aired on television.