From the first editions
SURGERY TO CURE DIABETES
Doctors believe obese people with Type 2 diabetes can quadruple their chances of survival with weight-loss surgery.
SURGE IN PATIENTS WHO WAIT HOURS IN AMBULANCES TO GET INTO HOSPITALS
The number of patients forced to wait in an ambulance for more than two hours before being admitted to hospital has quadrupled in the past three years, it was revealed yesterday.
SINGER PRINCE DIED OF PAINKILLER OVERDOSE
Music legend Prince died after an overdose of painkillers, officials said last night.
MUHAMMAD ALI IS RUSHED TO HOSPITAL
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali was last night in hospital after suffering breathing problems.
WE DON'T WIN BY QUITTING
David Cameron has insisted Britain is not a nation of quitters, as his arguments for staying in the EU were slammed as "waffle".
HUNT FOR THE UNKNOWN SOLDIERS
The lost Tommies of the First World War have been brought to life in newly coloured pictures.
ON ME BED, SON
Jamie Vardy's new wife plans a sizzling Euro 2016 send-off.
BREXIT WILL CURB TERROR
Brexit is the best way to stop EU crooks and terror suspects entering Britain, Justice Secretary Michael Gove claimed yesterday.
IT'S RIP BHS
BHS is to close with the loss of 11,000 jobs after last-ditch rescue bids collapsed yesterday.
'EXTORTIONATE' PRICES ADD £260M TO NHS DRUG BILL
Millionaire businessmen have been increasing the price of drugs bought by the NHS by up to 12,500 per cent.
LOUVRE TO CLOSE AFTER SEINE BURSTS ITS BANKS
The Louvre will close to allow for the evacuation of artworks today after parts of Paris were submerged in the city's worst flooding since 1982.
HOSPITAL DELAYS LEAVE THOUSANDS WAITING OUTSIDE IN AMBULANCES
The number of patients having to wait in an ambulance for more than two hours before being admitted to hospital has quadrupled in the past three years, according to the latest figures.
CAMERON SAVAGED AS VOTERS REVOLT
Angry voters turned on David Cameron during the first televised debate of the EU referendum campaign last night, forcing him to deny "scaremongering".
BRITAIN TO INCREASE TROOPS IN AFGHANISTAN
Britain is in talks with Nato allies to send up to 100 more soldiers back to Afghanistan amid concern that a resurgent Taliban is retaking large parts of the country.
£50 NOTE TO FADE AWAY AS PLASTIC £5 ARRIVES
The £50 note could be removed from circulation as the Governor of the Bank of England says there are no plans to produce a plastic version amid fears about financial crime.
CAMERON: LET US NOT ROLL THE DICE ON EUROPE
David Cameron issued a direct appeal to the British public last night not to commit an act of "economic self-harm" by voting to leave the European Union in an attempt to cut immigration.
THOUSANDS OF JOBS LOST AS BHS RESCUE FAILS
BHS department stores are to disappear from British high streets after almost 90 years, with 11,000 workers losing their job.
CLINTON CASTS TRUMP AS DANGEROUSLY UNFIT TO BE US PRESIDENT
Hillary Clinton has criticised Donald Trump's fitness to lead the United States , branding him too dangerous and unstable to be entrusted with nuclear codes.
AUNTIE IS ANTI WHITE
The BBC has been blasted for rejecting work applicants because they are white.
TOWN OF LAGS MAY LET STAY
Theresa May has been slammed for failing to deport a "small town" of 13,000 foreign criminals.
Sainsbury's has been forced to scrap a deal that saw savvy shoppers snap up £10 bottles of Prosecco for just £2.63 each.
EU KILLERS AND RAPISTS WE'VE FAILED TO DEPORT
Thousands of violent thugs and rapists from the EU are walking Britain's streets and clogging up our jails because the Government has failed to send them home.
11,000 JOBS TO GO AFTER THE FINAL BID TO SAVE BHS FAILS
Troubled BHS will disappear from the High Street following its final collapse yesterday with the loss of up to 11,000 jobs.
THE BITTER PILL THAT DIETERS WILL BE VERY KEEN TO SWALLOW
A natural substance found in plants could help those on a diet lose weight - although they may find it a bitter pill to swallow.
BRITAIN'S HIGH STREETS LOSE ANOTHER BRAND
The BHS brand will disappear after administrators finally gave up the fight to find a buyer for the 88-year-old retailer yesterday.
POLICE ACCUSED OF RACISM OVER TRAVELLERS BOYCOTT POSTER
Police in Hampshire have been accused of "appalling" racism after they published a poster warning the public about the arrival of a group of Travellers and encouraging them to boycott their businesses.
MAN DIED AFTER AMBULANCES' SAT-NAV FAILED
A cyclist died after a sat-nav failure left three ambulances unable to find the Olympic velodrome, it has been revealed.
LAST-DITCH EFFORTS FAIL TO SAVE BHS
The battle to save BHS has ended in defeat, after an influx of online rivals and more stylish budget fashion brands triggered the biggest collapse in British retail since Woolworths closed its doors nearly a decade ago.
TATA OFFERED LOAN TO RETAIN PORT TALBOT
Tata Steel is close to agreeing to keep the Port Talbot steel plant open after the government offered the Indian company a multimillion-pound loan to persuade it to remain in the UK.
GENDER PAY GAP STARTS YOUNG AS BOYS FORCE A BETTER DEAL ON POCKET MONEY
A gender pay gap is merging in the amount of pocket money UK parents give their children.