The Liberal Democrats have become the first major party to adopt an early version of its manifesto for a general election expected next year.
Proposed law change comes as a part of a ‘gear change’ to show ‘the real Rishi’.
Letby was convicted of seven murders and six attempted murders but a jury could not reach a verdict on six further counts.
The former prime minister said a share of profits should help poorer nations fight climate change.
A variety of stories feature on the nations front pages at the start of the working week.
Scotland Yard commissioner Sir Mark Rowley welcomed a review into the situation by Home Secretary Suella Braverman.
Former chancellor George Osborne said it would be a ‘gross act of vandalism’ to axe the northern leg of the high-speed network.
The Danish toy giant said the new material led to higher carbon emissions.
Officers searching for missing mother Jamie-Leigh Kelly have arrested a 31-year-old woman who attended an east London police station, police said.
Keeping the triple lock, introducing a £5 billion social care package and banning sewage-dumping are among key pledges.
Among the changes, the Prime Minister announced a delay to the ban on new petrol and diesel cars by five years.
Children in most year groups at St Leonard’s Catholic School in Durham have had to be taught online for four days a week since term started.
The children were found at an address in Essex on Sunday.
Military personnel could perform counter-terrorism duties if armed Metropolitan Police officers are unavailable.
The sample is now being recovered and checked before being shared for research.
Around 15,000 runners took part in the race on closed roads around the capital on Sunday.
Twenty women who were prompted to get checked after seeing a campaign on Lorraine joined together to record the song Golden.
The theme of the festival is Kings and Queens, with some creations drawing inspiration from celebrities and Alice in Wonderland.
The initiative has raised more than £100,000 for Mind, a mental health charity, since 2012.
Former US president Donald Trump said he knew Rishi Sunak was ‘smart’.