New chiefs at GCHQ and MI6 face big challenges and busy agendas
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Britain's confrontation with the EU over immigration is the subject of a number of stories in Monday's press, and there is more on the double murder mystery from Hong Kong.
Olympic medallist Chris Boardman gave BBC News his top tips for making cycling in the city safe and enjoyable.
A study says more than 400,000 workers in Scotland are still being paid less than the living wage, which has risen by 20p to £7.85 an hour.
Burkina Faso's military pledges to install a transitional government after clashes in the capital sparked by its seizure of power.
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The UK Living Wage - an hourly rate based on the amount needed to cover the basic costs of living - has been raised, benefitting 35,000 workers.
Chancellor Angela Merkel would accept the UK's exit from the EU if David Cameron insists on migration curbs, German press reports say.
A man is charged with the murder of a woman who was shot dead at a house in north London.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says Chris Smalling's sending-off in the Manchester derby was "stupid".
A 29-year-old British man faces a charge in Hong Kong after the bodies of two women were found in an apartment, one of them in a suitcase.
David Willis reports from the ground at the scene of the Virgin Galactic spacecraft crash in California's Mojave Desert.
Lewis Hamilton passes Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to win the United States GP and extend his championship lead.
At least 50 people have been killed and 70 hurt in a suspected suicide bombing at a Pakistan-India border town near the city of Lahore, officials say.
Millions of taxpayers will this week start to receive a breakdown of how their tax has been spent.
Stuart McCall resigns as Motherwell boss after five straight defeats, with his side second bottom of the Scottish Premiership.
Complaints have been voiced in the Colombian city of Cartagena over a plaque unveiled by Prince Charles recalling an 18th-century siege by a British admiral.