Jeremy Hunt threatens social media with new child-protection laws

The health secretary wants action from the sites on underage use, bullying, and screen-time limits.

The dementia patient frightened to go into hospital

Tommy says hospital staff don’t always understand the needs of dementia patients.

Is it easier or harder to live without plastic than 10 years ago?

Ten years ago I tried to live without plastic for a month. A decade on, would it be easier or harder?

Newspaper headlines: Stephen Lawrence’s brother ‘still fears killers’

Sunday’s papers lead with demands on social media – and the anniversary of Stephen Lawrence’s murder.

The Queen celebrates her 92nd birthday

Shaggy, Kylie, Frank Skinner, and Ed Balls help Her Majesty celebrate at the Royal Albert Hall.

Call to save military airfields from closure

Fifteen military airfields used by private pilots are due to be sold off, a group of MPs say.

Real ale drinkers asked to embrace change

The Campaign for Real Ale could start promoting other beers and ciders – and not just real ales.

Why I wanted my male rape to be on Coronation Street

A 23-year-old tells Newsbeat how it feels to have his own rape used as a story on a soap.

Residents ‘not showered’ care home in Essex warned

The Oaks in Great Bentley could lose its licence after being placed in special measures last year.

Newspaper headlines: Poisoning suspects and Windrush latest

A variety of stories lead Saturday’s papers, from the Salisbury poisoning to medical breakthroughs.

Oswaldtwistle shooting: ‘Teenager was doorstep killer’

A teenager who went to settle a dispute with another boy saw him shoot a man dead, a jury is told

Everton plan ‘Holy Trinity’ statue near Goodison Park

The club want to create a “permanent reminder” of Howard Kendall, Colin Harvey and Alan Ball.

‘Angry’ Army veteran attacked Ipswich neighbours

The court heard there had been “simmering tension” between the neighbours.

Cliff Richard privacy case: I was not heavy-handed, says BBC reporter

The BBC journalist who broke the story about the probe into Sir Cliff denies pressurising police.

Save the Children accepted ‘no culpability’ for misconduct claims

A former employee says the charity failed to take responsibility for harassment claims.

Skripal poisoning: Salisbury residents told area is safe

The city’s decontamination continues as a scientist warns of toxic “hotspots” of Novichok.

Five things to do while waiting for VAR

VAR (visual assistant referee) has been trialled in the FA Cup this year, but some fans complain it takes too long.

Alex Skeel: ‘My abusive girlfriend threatened to kill me’

Alex Skeel, 22, was beaten, stabbed and starved by his partner for five years.

‘Greatest’ distance runner showdown at London Marathon

Four of the world’s top male distance runners battle it out at the London marathon.

London Marathon: Hero helper and runner will start together

David Wyeth wants a personal best in this year’s London Marathon and to cross the line unassisted

British artist scoops first prize in the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards

A haunting portrait of a Christian pilgrim has won this year’s awards.

Newspaper headlines: ‘Ireland Brexit plan in tatters’ and ‘scorching’ April

A mix of stories lead Friday’s front pages, including reports that the EU has rejected the PM’s plan to avoid a hard Irish border and the hottest April day since 1949.

Cancer: Is it a good move to ditch Dr Google?

BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew and his wife Emma chose not to look up the disease on the internet

Save the Children chairman Sir Alan Parker resigns

Sir Alan Parker says a change is needed because of challenges facing the charity and the sector.

Plastic waste: What are the alternatives?

A ban on plastic straws and cotton buds is being considered. How can you play your part?

Alfie Evans: Father Tom Evans speaks after Pope visit

Alfie Evans’s father speaks to reporters after returning from Italy, where he had a private audience with the Pope.

Barrow’s ‘Russian roulette’ drugs problem

Police in Cumbria say they’ve seen a disproportionate number of deaths related to drug abuse.

“It’s our time to step up” – Hylton twins target athletics success

Twins Shannon and Cheriece Hylton want to help fill the void left by Mo Farah and Jess Ennis-Hill at August’s European Championships.

Mum of Rhys Jones: ‘I think it will happen again’

The mother of murdered Rhys Jones says she’s worried about a spike in gang-related deaths.

Temperatures could reach 28C in parts of UK

The Met Office says if the highs are recorded, it would be the warmest day in April for a number of years.