David Cameron will tell other leaders Britain will vote to leave the EU without major reforms, the UK foreign secretary says.
Nearly three-quarters of fresh shop-bought chickens test positive for food poisoning bug campylobacter in year-long study.
A lorry carrying several tonnes of teddy bears is involved in a major collision, forcing a 16-mile closure of the A14 in Cambridgeshire.
Allegations of corruption at world football's governing body, Fifa, dominate the front pages, and there is also coverage of the Queen's Speech.
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The donor-conceived siblings connecting across the world
The oil industry wakes up to decommissioning opportunities
Did the state collude with NI killers?
The story of the Irish Open golf course that cost only £4
The 1872 final - a shilling to get in, no nets and seven up front
Legislation dealing with extremists will need to be very carefully drafted if it is to avoid accusations of curtailing free speech.
Could hot-desking be making us ill?