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Wednesday's front pages carry stories on the ramifications of the Oxford abuse case, money laundering via London properties, and a budgetary prediction.
Will Gompertz takes a look at the Inventing Impressionism exhibition at The National Gallery.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino hopes Harry Kane is rested from England U21 duty this summer to avoid burnout.
Scientists work out the body mass of the superb Stegosaurus specimen recently put on display at London's Natural History Museum.
Who would buy a car like this? The BBC interviews the man behind the million dollar Dartz Prombon.
How London's male commuters set Chinese hearts racing
The UK government says it is selling its 40% stake in the cross-Channel train operator Eurostar to an Anglo-Canadian consortium for £757.1m.
Incomes for those of working age are still below pre-crisis levels, according to research by the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).
Workers will display a "measured response" to pension reforms while worrying they have not set aside enough for retirement, a survey suggests.
Long before Mr Spock, there was Dr Spock
Broadcaster Paul Gambaccini backs a 28-day limit on the use of police bail after saying he was the victim of a "witch-hunt".
How Indhuja Pillai, attracted proposals with honesty
The Villarrica volcano in southern Chile has erupted, spewing ash and lava up to 1,000m (3,300ft) into the air.
New York Giants' Steve Weatherford and former NFL player Sidney Rice want their brains to help research into injuries.
An ex-Royal Marine has become the first Briton to be killed while fighting with Kurdish forces against Islamic State in Syria, the Kurdish militia says.
Award-winning children's author Mal Peet dies after a battle with cancer aged 67.
Sadio Mane ends Southampton's goal drought at home by scoring a late winner against Crystal Palace.
Christian Benteke's late penalty hands Tim Sherwood his first points as Aston Villa manager with a win over West Brom.
Shoppers watched in horror as a man stood on the wing of a pigeon before stamping it to death.
The amateur photographer who took a picture of a weasel on the back of a woodpecker mid-flight says it is "almost a dream".