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All school children from primary one to three are now entitled to a free school meal, the Scottish government says.
The NHS can only offer a "sticking plaster" for a health gap between rich and poor by itself, it has been claimed.
New restrictions on Syrians entering Lebanon come into force, further tightening the flow of asylum seekers trying to escape the war.
Alternative Limb Project's designs stretch the imagination
How beer firm Brewdog was able to become so popular
The striking results of testing old US rape kits
How will the value of your home change in 2015?
Online purchases drove sales growth at retail chain John Lewis over the Christmas period.
Newborn babies across England will be screened for more rare, debilitating genetic diseases from today.
Premier League pair want Real Madrid star, Steven Gerrard rejects Qatar move, Tottenham to sell Hugo Lloris, plus more.
The cardboard box that allowed anyone to take snapshots
Social media reacts to ex-Man Utd's boss big win at Real Sociedad
With the start of the general election campaign on many front pages, papers view the prospect of an early referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.
Two hospitals in Gloucestershire declare a major incident, due to the high number of people using their A&E departments.
The magic of the FA Cup was on show despite the lack of an upset as Manchester United beat Yeovil, writes Phil McNulty.
Gary Anderson beats 16-time champion Phil Taylor 7-6 in a thrilling final to win his first PDC World Championship title.
The Afghan president says America's two-year deadline to pull out the last of its troops may need to be re-examined as Taliban attacks continue.
Greek extremist Christodoulos Xiros, of the Marxist militants November 17, was planning an armed assault on a jail before his recapture, police say.
David Moyes inspires Real Sociedad to victory over Barcelona as the Catalans miss out on top spot in La Liga.
From Des Lynam to Vinnie Jones, John Aldridge to Lawrie Sanchez, relive the 1988 FA Cup final on Monday with BBC Sport.