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Among the topics in the Sunday press is a halt to Labour's 'Blairite rebellion' , Prince Charles's thoughts on Islamic extremism, and Sir Cliff Richard's hopes to be cleared over abuse claims.
Hundreds of deaths may have occurred if emergency interventions had not been put in place at 11 failing hospital trusts, a report suggests.
Did this film affect people's minds more than any other?
The tax collection agency HMRC says work to identify Scottish taxpayers is proving "more complex" than anticipated.
Extra security is in place for Sunday's Africa Cup of Nations final after crowd violence disrupted the semi-final.
The electoral commission in Nigeria postpones the 14 February presidential election by six weeks, citing security concerns.
Jose Mourinho was full of praise for Aston Villa but was it genuine or an attempt to undermine Paul Lambert with plaudits?
US NBC anchor Brian Williams steps down temporarily, days after apologising for wrongly saying he came under fire in Iraq in 2003.
The governor of Mexico's Veracruz state defends security in Xalapa after the UK Hay festival cancelled its annual event in the city.
Jose Mourinho does not feel Chelsea's seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League is a significant advantage.
Liverpool's three-match Premier League winning run ends as the 224th Merseyside derby ends in a goalless draw at Everton.
The tales of broken bones and broken records behind 19-time champion jockey AP McCoy's legendary career.
The Prince of Wales arrives in Jordan's capital Amman at the start of a six-day tour of the Middle East.
Five Camille Lopez penalties consign Scotland to defeat in their opening Six Nations match for the ninth consecutive year.
A plaque to remember the 96 who died in the Hillsborough disaster is unveiled at Everton's Goodison Park.
The United Arab Emirates says it is sending F-16 fighters to aid Jordan's air strikes against Islamic State militants.
James Milner salvages a point for Manchester City against Hull but cannot stop his side falling seven points behind Chelsea.
Two victims of child sex abuse in Rotherham made complaints about PC Hassan Ali before he was killed in a car crash in Sheffield, their lawyer has said.
Shops close early as up to 1,000 EDL members march through Dudley in protest against plans for a new mosque.
Ireland get their defence of the Six Nations off to a flying start with a 26-3 win over Italy in Rome.