Evacuees who worked for the British military and UK government will be given indefinite leave to remain.
Inclisiran is a new treatment that works even when other fat-busting drugs, like statins, have not.
The front pages focus on the Western withdrawal from Afghanistan and a new drug to prevent heart attacks.
Chelsea sign Atletico Madrid and Spain midfielder Saul Niguez on loan with an option to buy – but miss out on Kounde.
A ban on travellers using non-NHS coronavirus tests could be scrapped by the Welsh government.
Arsenal sign Japanese defender Takehiro Tomiyasu from Bologna, with Reiss Nelson joining Feyenoord on loan and Hector Bellerin moving to Real Betis on loan.
Calum Maclean and Jenny Graham climbed mountains, scrambled down gullies and tackled steep rocky crags on the route.
Staying in Afghanistan was not an option, the US president says, as Taliban militants celebrate.
Despite an attack being expected, emails seen by the BBC show embassy staff directing Afghans to the gate.
A UK official is in Qatar for talks to secure the exit of both UK and Afghan nationals, No 10 says.
Nikita Parris scores 94 seconds into her home debut as Arsenal beat Slavia Prague 3-0 in the first leg of their Champions League qualifier.
The race organisers say the 2022 event would be unviable due to “escalating financial challenges”.
Passengers are warned about disruption until the weekend after a bridge is struck in Plymouth.
England captain Harry Kane says he has a “clear conscience” after a potential move to Manchester City from Tottenham Hotspur failed to materialise.
British teenager Emma Raducanu again shows her talent and maturity on the Grand Slam stage as she eases to victory on her US Open main-draw debut.
A meeting of the Stormont Executive on Wednesday to discuss restrictions has been postponed until next week.
Reports suggest the Taliban are searching for, and allegedly killing, people they pledged to leave in peace.
Becton Dickinson has announced it will deliver 9 million blood test tubes to the NHS this week.
The foreign secretary says the UK will fight ISIS by all means available – but what does that mean?
The Liverpool taxi driver travelled to the country about two weeks ago to help his family flee.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
The father of the severely disabled child is worried her back is being damaged as a result.
Damion Simmons doused Denise Keane-Simmons in petrol then set her on fire inside her home.
Some users panicked after 125,000 emails were sent mistakenly warning of changed security settings.
Leeds sign Wales international winger Daniel James from Manchester United, more than two years after he almost joined the club on loan.
Cristiano Ronaldo is back at Manchester United and BBC Sport takes a look at the Portuguese player’s top 10 iconic moments.
Duped buyer says he feels “burned” after apparent hack of Banksy website.
Watch some of Daniel James’ best Premier League goals for Manchester United, as the Welsh forward prepares to move from Old Trafford to Leeds United.
Nandi Bushell joins the American rock band on stage in Los Angeles.
As US troops took off from Kabul, they abandoned 73 aircraft – all disabled.
The BBC’s Lyse Doucet reports from the Afghan capital, a day after the last US troops left.
Ministers reject plea for cost of licence fee to keep up with inflation
Twitch says it wishes the American, 34, “nothing but the best in everything that comes next”.
An unnamed man says the star promised fame in exchange for sex, while a female witness alleges rape.
Images from an exhibition of the best 100 from members of the British Press Photographers’ Association.
The BBC’s Moscow correspondent has spent much of her life in Russia. This is her final report there.
US kept open Abbey Gate to help UK evacuation effort – despite imminent threat of attack
Militant insurgents already hold territory in a string of poor and unstable states
Reece Dunn sets a new world record to win his third gold medal of the Tokyo Paralympics, as the medals continue to flow for Great Britain on day seven.
It’s been 90 years since this Mayfair icon first opened its doors
Lissie Harper says she will not allow her Harper’s Law campaign to be ‘kicked into the long grass’.
Film maker Paramount alleges insurance payout for the latest Tom Cruise installment does not cover losses.
Afghanistan evacuee Hossain Rasouli finally gets his chance to compete at the Tokyo Paralympics – and his opponents can’t “help but feel joy”.
Artificial intelligence trained to spot the disease is tested at Nottingham University Hospital.
A destruction order is expected to be carried out on an alpaca that tested positive for bovine TB.
Tottenham agree a £26m fee with Barcelona to sign Brazil right-back Emerson Royal.
The group were seen by lifeguards being pulled out to sea in a powerful rip current on Monday.
The advert was criticised on social media as “tone deaf” with passengers at risk of sexual assault.
Scientists are racing to develop universal jab to prevent recurrent coronavirus pandemics
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson signs a new contract, keeping him at the club until 2025.
A classic dish from China’s Sichuan province
Manchester United bring Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club after completing his signing from Juventus.
Who has moved on transfer deadline day?
West Ham sign Croatia midfielder Nikola Vlasic from CSKA Moscow on a five-year deal.
Watch the moment Sarah Storey became Britain’s joint-most successful Paralympic athlete, winning the women’s C5 time trial to earn her 16th gold medal.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
Italy striker Moise Kean rejoins Juventus from Everton on a two-year loan deal.
And other stories from the stranger side of life
Real withdraw from talks to sign Mbappe, Barcelona interested in Bellerin if Emerson joins Spurs, Leicester keen on Hudson-Odoi, plus more.
Swedish activist Greta Thunberg says she does not think Glasgow’s COP26 summit will lead to “much results”.