Theresa May ruling out a Scottish independence vote before Brexit is considered on the front pages.
Medway Maritime Hospital was branded "inadequate" in 2013 along with 10 others in England.
None of England's schools can avoid cuts, despite a new funding formula, research suggests.
The mannequin challenge footage was found on a mobile in a car used to flee the scene, police say.
The royals will meet survivors of terrorist attacks on the two-day trip.
Will Gompertz is given a preview (literally) of the National Maritime Museum's body art exhibition.
A coroner rules nine-year-old could probably have lived if he had not been sent home from hospital.
John Ingram said he underwent the operation after being told he was "on the road to developing breast cancer".
Home Office says the safeguard will apply to visa applications for jobseekers from outside Europe.
The man was found guilty of trying to import more than a tonne of cocaine.
Josh Edmondson tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan he broke cycling's rules by secretly injecting himself with a cocktail of vitamins when riding for Team Sky.
One teenager contacted the BBC with a story familiar to millions. Here it is, told a different way.
Prue Leith, Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig will join Paul Hollywood when The Great British Bake Off returns.
Emergency services are called to an "industrial incident" in Highgate, north London.
The Duke of Cambridge was criticised after he was seen partying on a ski holiday.
Fellow MPs cheer as Dawn Butler uses sign language to ask for it to be legally recognised.
The journalists were filming when the volcano erupted, sending them diving for cover from burning rocks.
How are local communities helping to prevent suicides?
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "hobbies".
The grime artist attacks the free music magazine for featuring him in a story about depression.