The Church of England issues new advice about how to help transgender people mark their transition.
Dustin Lance Black, screenwriter and husband to Tom Daley, says his views of surrogacy have changed.
Papers unite over Theresa May’s ‘shambolic’ U-turn as the Brexit vote is delayed ‘until January’.
Raheem Sterling was allegedly racially abused by Chelsea fans.
The prime minister tells MPs who want a second referendum to be “open” and “honest” about what that would mean for the country.
The Labour leader says Theresa May’s government is “shambolic” and in “disarray” over the Brexit talks and timings.
Two nine-year-old girls were sexually assaulted and strangled in 1986, and it took 32 years to bring their killer to justice.
How has Brussels dealt with political complications in the past?
The BBC investigates how a visa-free travel scheme helped Iranian migrants get into Europe.
What should you do when someone gets your name wrong in the professional sphere?
The PM is variously under fire from Labour, the DUP and the whole of Parliament, according to front pages.
Jordi Casamitjana says he was sacked for disclosing pension funds invested in animal testing firms.
The man known as “C” will warn Russia “not to underestimate” the UK’s capabilities.
How an engagement ring was lost -and then found again, thanks to New York police and the public.
The demand for armed security at foreign embassies, military bases, and for NGOs is still high.
Do less, change the routines, and share the jobs out – some tips for a stress-free festive season.
How having pictures of a funeral can help the bereaved remember their loved ones.
Theresa May’s Brussels deal remains on several front pages but the tabloids focus on royal stories.
An electrical expert tells the inquiry the fire probably started because of overheated wiring.
An undercover BBC reporter found people-smuggling operations being organised at makeshift camps in northern France.
Gavin Ford was a popular voice on the airwaves in Lebanon, where he had lived for two decades.
A national crisis in mental health care is putting an “intolerable burden” on police, a watchdog says.
A look back at the life of Baroness Trumpington, who has died at the age of 96.
Midland Red ignored warnings over an “erratic” driver who had crashed three times in four years.
The #GivingTuesday hashtag is trending – but what is it, where did it come from and what are people doing?
Matthew Hedges, the academic pardoned over UAE spying claims, is reunited with his family in the UK.
Yang Guang is recovering from the surgery, which took place on Saturday at Edinburgh Zoo.
More than 120 people have reached the Kent coast so far this month, most claiming to be Iranian.
Kiara Moore died a week before her third birthday when the family car rolled into the water.
Janet Harvey is 96 and is finally being recognised for her work in the shipyards during the war.
The UK’s biggest fashion retailers are facing increased scrutiny of their environmental impact.
Award-winning music producer Catherine Marks gives her tips on getting into the industry.
Seamstress and pattern cutter Nyheke Lambert says she had to move from Birmingham to London to make her business work.
UK student Matthew Hedges may have been released by the UAE, but the balance of power has changed.
Veterans with PTSD are making scale models to focus their mind and aid treatment.
What happens when the editor who joked about killing vegans meets the journalist who got him fired?
Selene Nelson faced anti-vegan abuse after the resignation of the Waitrose Food magazine editor. Here she wonders why.
The wife of British academic Matthew Hedges expressed her relief at the UAE’s decision to pardon him.
Coercive control is a type of domestic abuse that doesn’t necessarily result in physical violence.
New research by the British Red Cross suggests one in five UK adults don’t have any close friends.
With another skyscraper planned for London, what are the rules on putting up high-rise buildings?
More than 100 people, all claiming to be Iranian, have crossed the Channel this month – why?
Our reporter Jayde Pearson sought out some top tips to keep her calm around canines.
Most of Monday’s front pages look ahead to Mrs May’s plan to sell her deal to MPs and the British public.
A “dispute” between two members of staff turns violent at a burger bar inside Funland Amusements.
The prime minister says the EU endorsement of her Brexit deal marks the start of “a crucial national debate.”
Police want to speak to Adam Brettle, 23, from Warrington, about the death of a 29-year-old woman.
Jeremy Hunt told the BBC’s Andrew Marr about a visit to Tehran to check on the Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case.
Ross Woodward was off duty when he rushed to the aid of people injured in the Las Vegas shooting last year.