A professor of public health says there is nothing to stopgovernments changing their mind.
A new National Adoption Strategy aims to enhance support to families and end a postcode lottery.
Contraceptive pills are available to buy over the counter in pharmacies for the first time in the UK.
A sustained fall in UK cases for the first time out of lockdown is among the stories leading the papers.
The 39-year-old was taken to hospital after the attack in London's Hyde Park, police say.
A world-renowned Scottish climber has died in an avalanche while attempting a new route to the summit of K2 for a children's charity.
Torrential rain saw severe flooding in homes, roads and tube stations in parts of London on Sunday.
Heavy downpours and thunderstorms have caused severe flash flooding in parts of London.
Hospitals in Belfast have called in extra nurses to deal with the "extreme pressure" from increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients as Northern Ireland runs out of hospital beds.
A mother and son and their family friend who died after getting into difficulty in Loch Lomond have been named.
The Royal College of Nursing says the comments at a protest rally were "reprehensible".
Parts of London and the South have flooded after torrential rain and the Met Office has issued an amber storm warning.
The Belfast and South Eastern trusts ask staff to come to work on Sunday evening due to system pressure.
Making proof of full vaccination mandatory at Premier League matches could cause "chaos" at some clubs, the Football Supporters' Association has warned.
The majority of women in the British Armed Forces said they have been bullied, harassed and discriminated against.
Dolphins swimming near the beach and a thresher shark leaping from the sea are caught on camera.
The 68-year-old was attempting a new route on the world's second highest mountain.
Police are becoming "increasingly concerned" for the welfare of a 12-year-old girl who has been missing for nearly 72 hours.
The Met Office says some areas could see 75-100mm of rain in just a few hours.
But any rise in cases linked to the 19 July unlocking is unlikely to show up in the daily data just yet.
First Minister Mark Drakeford's predecessor says the protesters are "on a different planet".
About 70% of NI adults have had two doses but just 56% of under 30s have come forward, officials say.
The number of new COVID cases in the UK has continued to fall for a fifth day, according to government data.
A further two people have died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 in Northern Ireland.
Both men are pronounced dead at the scene in Newcastle, and two more people are seriously injured.
Brad Jones will be in an induced coma for up to 48 hours after crashing at Brands Hatch.
A man, woman and child have died and a seven-year-old boy has been left fighting for his life after getting into difficulty in the water in Loch Lomond.
The organiser of the four-day event says "it's a dream come true" it has been able to go ahead.
Police say they died at the scene near Ardlui after getting into difficulty in the water.
Organisers of The Hundred say they do not "accept racism or other forms of abuse" following "recent online comments directed towards players and fans".
Jude will walk 10 miles each day for 21 days to reach Westminster, where he will lobby ministers.
Planet Fun says injuries were caused in County Antrim on Saturday because of "misuse of equipment".
Health Secretary Sajid Javid apologises for his poor choice of word when he said people should no longer "cower" from coronavirus,
The former Premier League player is charged by Police after an incident London.
The body was found on Saturday but formal identification has not yet taken place, police say.
Two men, a woman and a 16-year-old girl were hospitalised after five shots were fired, police say.
Scotland's pandemic drug toll and post-lockdown evictions are two stories on the front pages.
Police Scotland said the child was pulled from the water on Saturday afternoon but died at the scene.
Beatrice Stoica, 36, died in hospital after a knife attack in East Dulwich, south-east London.
The gold, ruby and diamond bands were replaced with low value "tin" rings, police say.
Bristol Rovers manager Joey Barton has been charged with assault by beating after a woman suffered a head injury.
Nestlé's factory in Newcastle is set to close in two years with the loss of more than 500 jobs.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.
Great Yarmouth is turning its fortunes round with an increase in visitors and several big projects.
Parenting a violent child is a traumatic experience, and one that is often hidden from view.
Deaths from alcoholic liver disease increased by an unprecedented 21% during the first year of the pandemic, compared to 2.9% between 2018 and 2019.
Slate from north-west Wales "roofed the 19th Century world" as it was exported around the globe.
Large events, such as Premier League games, could be open only to fully-vaccinated people from October under government plans.
Two wedding rings were stolen off the fingers of an elderly patient who died at a hospital in Essex, police have said.
A landmark report says serious sexual assault and rape cases should be tried in civilian courts.
UK national debt has increased to more than £2.2 trillion during the pandemic, almost 100% of GDP.
A government plan for vaccine passports to attend football matches is among the front-page stories.
An exhibition looking at the social and technological impact of typewriters opens at the National Museum of Scotland.
Wales is walking a fine balance between encouraging visitors and overcrowding, an expert says.
Emergency services were called to the scene after a 999 call was made on Saturday evening.
Four children have been taken to hospital after a funfair ride collapsed in Northern Ireland.
The driver fled the scene but police later arrested a 30-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder.
A live 500lb World War Two bomb found on a new housing development has been successfully detonated.
Loch Lomond and Cairngorms officers are escalating patrols over anti-social behaviour and water safety issues.
Travellers have said airports across the UK are "total chaos" as hundreds of thousands of people fly out for the summer holidays.
Three men are arrested in connection with the death of the 31-year-old in Bury, Greater Manchester.