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More than half of students in England and Wales have no back-up plan if they fail to get the grades they need, finds research for Which? University.
Journalist and film-maker Nonny de la Pena has been using virtual reality to help tell news stories.
Plans to make rigging energy markets a criminal offence are being outlined by the government.
Baroness Warsi's resignation as a minister over the UK's stance on the Gaza conflict makes the front pages, while papers digest the first TV debate on Scottish independence.
Police are continuing to question a man on suspicion of making a hoax bomb threat on a passenger plane from Doha to Manchester Airport.