From BBC News:
The party says it wants to tackle workforce shortages that it says are risking patient safety.
Newcastle United and West Ham's grounds are raided by revenue and customs officials.
A woman criticises police for returning guns to the killer of her mother and sister after an IPCC report.
The launch of China's second aircraft carrier comes as tensions rise on the Korean peninsula.
Ten years after Madeleine went missing, police say they still hope to answer what happened to her.
The Mayor of Los Angeles has declared a special day to celebrate the Oscar-winning film.
Sunderland manager David Moyes is charged by the Football Association after telling BBC reporter Vicki Sparks she might "get a slap".
Former Health Secretary Andy Burnham calls for a "Hillsborough-style inquiry" into the claims.
If cash for a wall is left out of the budget bill, a government shutdown can be averted this week.
Simon the 90cm-long rabbit was being flown in the cargo hold from London to Chicago's O'Hare International.
Serena Williams says she revealed her pregnancy on social media by accident, after mistakenly uploading a photograph on Snapchat.
Niklas Frank, the son of a Nazi leader warns Germany could return to authoritarianism under certain economic conditions.
The online fashion firm's annual pre-tax profits double as sales rise, helped by overseas markets.
The police announcement on the Madeleine McCann case and Ivanka Trump's Berlin visit attract front page headlines.
Your morning briefing for 26 April 2017