The huge fine for fixing trading markets, the national rail strike, and a crackdown on illegal immigration are three subjects for Thursday's front pages.
A terror suspect from Manchester, banned from returning to Britain, is living freely in Denmark, a report by Newsbeat reveals.
A bill banning parking on pavements will be introduced to the Scottish Parliament for the third time.
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland to discuss the position of ministers who wish to enter same-sex marriages.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is facing a "significant potential funding gap", according to Audit Scotland.
Classics like Morecambe and Wise help BBC Radio 4 Extra reach its biggest audience, overtaking 6 Music to become the UK's biggest digital-only station.
Hundreds of migrants found by the BBC last week in a boat drifting off the coast of Thailand have been rescued by Indonesian fishermen
Qatar has made little progress improving migrant workers' rights, despite promises to do so, Amnesty International says.
Too many lecturers are struggling to make ends meet on casual contracts, says the academics' union UCU.
A report says students could face tougher conditions on their loans because of uncertainty surrounding long-term repayments.
The El Nino event predicted for later this year has the potential to increase food prices, say climate scientists.
A concert pianist has won a legal battle to publish an autobiographical book giving details of sexual abuse he experienced as a child.
A plan to unite US police and the black community
David Cameron needs to "get real" and ditch his "surreal obsession" with opening GP surgeries in England seven days a week, the British Medical Association says.
The growing popularity of pet crematoriums and cemeteries
Payments through electronic transactions, such as debit card, contactless and mobile payments, have overtaken cash for the first time, the Payments Council says.
Deutsche Bank faces a potential stormy annual shareholder meeting on Thursday with calls for an overhaul of management.
The criminal justice system has failed to act on recommendations to improve the way disability hate crime is dealt with, a report concludes.
The Chancellor George Osborne tells business leaders Europe has to carry out reforms to avoid "sleepwalking" into a future where it has priced itself out of the global economy.
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat will decide on his future next week after securing the club's Premier League future.