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Financial matters feature prominently in the papers, many of which focus on the government's tax and privatisation plans, problem gambling and food poverty.
The US remains "deeply concerned" about China's new air defence identification zone, Vice-President Joe Biden tells Japanese PM Shinzo Abe.
Stormont's powers over welfare policy should be removed, a former first minister of Northern Ireland tells the House of Lords.
The Christmas Day episode of ITV's Downton Abbey will go head to head with BBC One's EastEnders, television schedules reveal.
About 10 families are responsible for most of the crime in one Northamptonshire town, according to the county's police and crime commissioner who wants to send troubled families to intensive residential centres.
The home secretary is to set out measures to tackle extremism and radicalism, following the findings of a taskforce set up by the government after the killing of Lee Rigby.
Polling is under way in crucial state elections in the Indian capital, Delhi, where a new party could emerge as a critical player.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he has proof that Monday's massive power cuts were caused by "right-wing" saboteurs.
The chancellor will bid to boost companies and High Streets by capping increases in business rates in Thursday's Autumn Statement, the BBC learns.
A pub offers free overnight accommodation - in a tent - to over-the-limit patrons in an effort to prevent drinking and driving.
Three stadiums being built for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil will not be ready for the deadline of the end of the year, according to Fifa.
Parents whose children committed suicide after taking an anti-acne medication have been lobbying MPs about the drug.
Some of England's poorest teenagers have suffered "stealth" cuts to grants aimed at helping them stay in education, says a group of charities.
The government must allow councils in England and Wales to borrow more money to spend on building so they can tackle housing shortages, a report says.
A reported deal between Chinese firm Huawei and South Korea, which could see it help develop the country's broadband network, prompts US concerns.
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