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Nearly 70% of NHS nurses in England often delay discharging older patients because there is no support for them after hospital, a survey for Royal Voluntary Service charity suggests.
French President Francois Hollande lays out proposals to strengthen laws on anti-Semitic, racist and homophobic hate crimes.
There needs to be a "cultural shift" in the way victims of crime in England and Wales are treated, a panel of criminal justice experts says.
The BBC's File on 4 uncovers claims that insurance companies tried to hamper inquiries into alleged child abuse.
The future government should ensure that all free childcare places in England are truly free at the point of use, peers say.
Disputes about payment protection insurance (PPI) mis-selling are becoming more complex and hard-fought, the financial ombudsman has said.
Gerbils from Asia rather than black rats were responsible for repeated outbreaks of the bubonic plague in Europe, a study suggests.
MPs accuse the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills of ignoring "repeated warnings about the abuse of public money" over alternative higher education providers.
How Nigeria is taking on widespread identity fraud
What are the risks of Islamic State militants reaching Europe aboard the surge of migrant boats from Libya? The BBC's Neil Arun reports.
The unlikely message uniting Christians and Muslims
New "starter kit" that promises to let start-ups make their inventions internet capable within minutes is unveiled by ARM and IBM.
An online and telephone scheme has been launched to match dementia researchers with members of the public who want to take part in studies.
Tuesday's papers are full of the fall-out from the "cash for access" sting, with some in the press suggesting there could be a crackdown on MPs ' consultancy jobs.
Sunrays shining through a glass jar of Nutella chocolate spread sparked a huge house fire that killed a family's dog, London Fire Brigade says.
How the drink Italians gulp before battle is making a comeback
The government names 70 companies that have failed to pay workers the minimum wage.
What do pathologists really do?
Greece has unveiled an early summary of the reforms demanded of eurozone leaders in order to secure a bailout extension.
Peers will decide later whether to make the historic move to allow the creation of babies with DNA from two women and one man.