A 'giveaway' Budget , featuring major reductions in inheritance tax, is predicted in Tuesday's papers. The investigation into a Scotland Yard 'cover-up' over sex crimes, is also examined.
The BBC has heard claims that an investigation which allegedly uncovered child abuse by the late Liberal MP, Cyril Smith, was scrapped just after he was arrested in 1981.
Prince Harry says he is looking forward to a "new chapter" in his life after Kensington Palace confirms he will leave the Army in June.
Young people who attempt to travel to Syria to join Islamic State are "deeply misguided," Prime Minister David Cameron says.
As Manchester City and Arsenal face daunting tasks in the Champions League, we assess their prospects of upsetting the odds.
Former Netherlands coach Dick Advocaat will hold talks with Sunderland over replacing Gus Poyet, according to reports.
Three officers told a court in Boston that Dzhokar Tsarnaev lobbed explosives at police and fired shots as he and his brother tried to escape capture after bombing the city marathon.
A Chechen woman in the Netherlands takes her two young children against their father's will to join Islamic State militants in Syria, prosecutors say.
Paul McGinley says the return of Tiger Woods at next month's Masters would divert attention from world number one Rory McIlroy.
An undercover police probe into Liberal MP Sir Cyril Smith and other high-profile figures was scrapped after his arrest, the BBC learns.
Reading end Bradford City's FA Cup run with a comfortable 3-0 replay win to earn a Wembley semi-final against Arsenal.
Jordan Henderson's freak goal moves Liverpool back within two points of a Champions League place as they win at Swansea.
The US threatens to "walk away" from talks with Iran, after the latest round of negotiations on limiting Iran's nuclear programme fails to reach an agreement.
A woman transferring cash is robbed of a five-figure sum after being forced to the ground and threatened outside a post office.
A baby suffered broken bones in the care of relatives after failings by agencies - including the council at the centre of the "Baby P" scandal.
Britain's Andy Murray sees off Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber in three sets to reach the last 16 at Indian Wells.
Funeral dates of three teenagers killed in a two-car crash in Brecon are announced.
When the Large Hadron Collider reopens next week, it will put reputations on the line as it goes in search of dark matter.
Kenya Airways is facing an investigation after turning down a request by Uganda's president to fly him to Nairobi, a Kenyan MP tells the BBC.
The parents of a so-called "jihadi bride" from Scotland say their daughter denies recruiting three London schoolgirls to Islamic State.