The UK has reported another 519 coronavirus-linked deaths and 21,502 cases.
Ros Atkins explains why households are being hit by rising prices and why it is likely to get worse.
The story of two adopted siblings from Sri Lanka who were brought up in a rural town in Northern Ireland.
Some papers report on "fury" over the police intervention in Sue Gray's inquiry into alleged No 10 parties.
Simon Hinchley-Robson says he was starved, denied sleep and assaulted after requesting an Aids test.
Thousands of NHS staff in Edinburgh are unable to park because they do not have a permit.
A holiday firm owner says he lost bookings because of the time it took to restore an internet link.
The name of Andrew Devine, the tragedy's 97th victim, is added to the tribute following his death.
The agriculture minister had indicated he wanted to leave his Lagan Valley constituency.
The comedian said he had lost a friend to cancer in the early stages of lockdown.
The Nightingale surge hub at Royal Preston Hospital has received its first patients.
The husband of comedian Alan Carr, Paul Drayton, broke down in tears in the dock after successfully appealing against his prison sentence for drink-driving.
Police have said they are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a woman who has been missing since Sunday night.
Seriously ill children who are being cared for at home by their families are being put at risk due to "drastic cuts to care support", a charity has warned.
Skyla died as a result of "inaction, late diagnosis and late administration of treatment", the coroner says.
Muhammad Gohir Khan is found guilty of agreeing to kill a Pakistani military critic for £100,000.
Police have revealed further details of an elderly motorist, who when pulled over by officers, told them he had been driving without a licence or insurance for more than 70 years.
The Attorney General will consider the term under the Unduly Lenient Sentence Scheme.
A mother who strangled her five-year-old daughter to death cried in the dock after being jailed for her manslaughter.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
The UK has recorded 89,176 new COVID cases in the latest 24-hour period, according to official data.
The heartbroken family of a teenage stab victim has laid bare their grief - as they urge anyone with information to help bring his killer to justice.
Amina-Faye Johnson suffered 41 fractures to her ribs and 24 more to other limbs.
Hollywood actors including Samuel L Jackson have been spotted filming at a tourist attraction in West Yorkshire for a new Marvel show.
Met Office issues yellow weather warnings for Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England.
Scaffolders and roofers are among the occupations with the lowest levels of vaccination against COVID-19, according to new figures.
Downing Street says PM and chancellor are "fully committed" after some Tory MPs call for a delay.
The feed for premature babies allegedly caused the death of a nine-day-old boy.
Winds of up to 80mph are expected to batter a large part of the UK over the coming days threatening life, building damage, power cuts and travel disruption.
John Avers was held down by Gary Ternent whose son then ran over their victim four times.
Austin Osayande pleads guilty to raping the woman in Leeds as she tried to get home on a night out.
Elsa Frost threw paint at a Desperate Scousewives star's home and sent her abusive messages.
The Duke of York has given up his honorary membership of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
Duke of York relinquishes his honorary membership of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
The former prime minister said he wanted to be clear "what happened was wrong".
England's system for rapid access to antiviral drugs is not working, some high-risk patients say.
A retired Metropolitan Police officer will face court over an alleged rape which happened 18 years ago.
Andrew Cawker died in hospital 13 days after he suffered a head injury in July 2019.
A GP speaks of how her rugby player husband died suddenly after Covid complications.
An eight-year-old autistic boy has inspired the relaunch of a hit mobile game after platform updates rendered it defunct.
Two young people are in hospital in Orkney as police warn about capsules containing an unidentified liquid.
Former PC Stephen Kyere will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court next month.
Whitby's James Howard left his job three years ago and now has more than two million subscribers.
Officers were trying to intercept a suspect vehicle on the A14 near Newmarket, Suffolk Police say.
Scotland Yard wants "minimal reference" to be made to alleged incidents the force is currently investigating.
Emergency services were called to the blaze in the Craigshill area at about 20:30 on Thursday.
Two men were attacked as they were locking up their shop in Haringey, north London, on Wednesday.
Hospital has become home for Donnie Watt and other patients with complex medical needs who spend years on NHS wards.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday morning.
Dr Alvin Helden was leading a student field trip in Uganda when he spotted the rare leafhopper.
A boom in Covid-19 staycations saw visitors increase at several sites operated by English Heritage.
Ernest Martin says he endured "10 days of hell" after his son died near Thorney in November 2020.
James Heappey says "people are feeling the squeeze" with many opposed to the planned National Insurance rise.
The castle made famous by Dominic Cummings' lockdown-breaking car trip is among the "hidden gems" that have seen a boost as many British travellers stayed local due to the pandemic.
COVID rules in Wales are being further relaxed from today to alert level zero, after the nation passed the peak of the Omicron wave.
Mikael Boukhari said he needed hospital treatment after being assaulted by a Gwent Police officer.
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A couple are facing jail terms today after their eight-week-old baby died with more than 60 broken bones in her body following "the most despicable abuse".
Holocaust survivors and international leaders honour victims of the Nazis.
Angela Clarke has spent almost half a century amassing a 10,000 strong collection of plastic bags.
The National Cyber Security Centre fears threats linked to the potential conflict in Ukraine could move beyond its borders.