The hope of reducing health inequalities for black people made it worth recommending, the regulator says.
Grants for councils to fund healthy-lifestyle support have fallen by a quarter in six years.
Lewis Hamilton is launching a scheme that aims to boost the recruitment of black teachers of science, technology and maths subjects.
A home Copa America in 1989 became a flashpoint in north-eastern Brazil’s persistent struggles with prejudice and poverty.
Microsoft’s latest operating system is being offered as a free upgrade from Tuesday.
The papers preview Tory Party conference speeches and cover road blockades by eco-activists.
The expert panel was set up to design an investigation into institutions for unmarried mothers.
The home secretary wants powers to stop people attending protests if they are likely to commit crime.
The announcement comes days after the firm shut down amid a scandal over its business practices.
Catalans Dragons full-back Sam Tomkins wins the 2021 Steve Prescott Man of Steel award.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah “is the best player in the world” at the moment, says former Blackburn striker Chris Sutton.
British swimmer Ellie Robinson – a Paralympic gold and bronze medallist in Rio, aged 15 – announces her retirement from the sport.
Sir Iain Duncan Smith tells the BBC he was called “Tory scum” before someone tried to hit him in the head.
A man with cerebral palsy has challenged Jacob Rees-Mogg on the government’s fit-to-work tests.
Charlotte Purdue says she “definitely feels” she can put her Tokyo Olympics omission “behind me” after setting a personal best in the London Marathon.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.
Dentists warn of waits of up to four years to join an NHS dental practice.
UK High Court judge Mrs Justice McGowan says she personally wouldn’t be “brave enough” to have become a female judge in Afghanistan.
The star looks set to release her first new music since 2015, after updating her website and socials.
Documents reveal the scale of the secret offshore financial wealth she shares with her husband.
Staging a men’s World Cup every two years would be “profoundly detrimental” to the women’s game, says a joint statement from Uefa and top women’s leagues.
Social media sites owned by Facebook were knocked offline on Monday, tracking sites showed.
Staffing issues are part of transition to a new post-Brexit economy, says government
The Conservatives say they suspended the man from the party and are working with the police following the incident.
Watford appoint Claudio Ranieri as their new manager after the Premier League club sacked Xisco Munoz.
Sarah, the first patient to try it, says it has allowed her to enjoy life again.
William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk, is set to become the oldest person to have flown to space.
Korean fans claim the drama’s meaning has been “botched” for English-speaking viewers.
Climate change protesters block the entrance to the Blackwall Tunnel during Monday’s rush hour.
Sir Ben Ainslie’s Ineos Britannia join forces with the Mercedes Formula 1 team in their quest to win the next America’s Cup.
Lucy Letby is accused of murdering five boys and three girls at the Countess of Chester Hospital.
Met chief Cressida Dick says the force’s culture will be examined following Sarah Everard’s murder.
Pre-departure tests axed for fully vaccinated arrivals from non-red-list countries
Daniel Craig’s final outing scores the biggest box office weekend ever for a Bond film in the UK.
Use our selector to pick your Nations League combined XI with players from the four semi-final sides.
An investigation has been launched into Major General Matthew Holmes’ death at the weekend.
Victor Fedotov is awaiting government approval for a controversial energy link between UK and France.
A huge leak of financial documents puts the spotlight on the hidden assets of the rich and powerful.
Political hopefuls using breakthrough show as opportunity to discuss inequality
Watch highlights as Manchester United return to winning ways in the Women’s Super League with A 2-0 victory over Birmingham City at St Andrew’s.
Why does the use of images of the Prophet Muhammad cause offence?
World leaders, a Tory donor and Tony Blair among figures named in unprecedented insight into tax avoidance
Boris Johnson leaves door open to further hikes – but insiders say PM has struck secret deal with Treasury
Pundits praise the ‘Egyptian king’ after his wonder goal against Man City
In his Tory conference speech, the chancellor also says he wants tax cuts when public finances allow.
Dentay Wilder is an “atomic bomb” of a fighter and the “most dangerous heavyweight out there” says Tyson Fury as he prepares for their trilogy fight.
Children’s author David Walliams has been criticised for using “harmful stereotypes” of a Chinese boy.
Residents will be allowed to travel abroad after 80% of their home state has been vaccinated
About 200 army personnel will help out as fuel supply problems in some areas continue.
David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian share the 2021 prize.
Frances Haugen tells CBS that changing the algorithm would mean people spending less time on the site.
Wayne Couzens kidnapped and murdered the 33-year-old just days after reportedly exposing himself to other women
Harrowing dystopian thriller reached number one in 90 countries just ten days after its release
As the supermarket’s ownership is settled, its chairman says supply issues have been “slightly overblown”.
Daniel is the first victim of serial rapist Reynhard Sinaga to waive his right to anonymity.
The England and Wales Cricket Board will meet this week to decide whether England will proceed with this winter’s Ashes tour of Australia.
A snack food for the masses, mozzarella in carrozza is traditionally made with leftovers
The US singer would be the festival’s youngest ever solo headliner at 20.
But ITV says the actor and presenter will continue to host its All Star Musicals specials.
Morteza Ahmadi, 38, will appear in court after four people were injured in Soho on Friday night.