Britons are cutting their meat consumption, but not quickly enough, according to scientists.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies says fees are over 90% higher than state-school per-pupil spending.
Experts worried as this will be the first winter Covid and flu circulate fully at same time.
The papers cover concerns about flu deaths this winter and Russia’s role in rising energy costs.
Farmers’ livelihoods are at stake due to a shortage of abattoir workers, according to the farmers’ union.
Alan Shearer says the Saudi Arabian-backed takeover of Newcastle is a “special day” for the club’s long-suffering supporters.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce fears he will be sacked following the completion of the Saudi Arabian-backed £305m takeover of the Premier League side.
The deal comes less than two weeks before the limit on US government debt was due to be reached.
Some clinics have reopened after the ban was lifted, others have stayed shut due to lawsuit fears.
The US national security advisor speaks to the BBC with tensions between China and Taiwan at their worst in decades.
Theo Hernandez scores a superb 90th-minute winner as France hit back from 2-0 down to stun Belgium and reach the Nations League final.
Millions “lost a lifeline” when the temporary rise to universal credit ended, the footballer says.
A total of 110 military personnel will help as non-emergency drivers in Wales from next week.
New Newcastle United part-owner Amanda Staveley speaks to BBC sports editor Dan Roan about her hopes and ambitions for the club.
Promoter Eddie Hearn tells BBC Sport about Anthony Joshua’s desire to regain his heavyweight belts and when and where that chance may come.
We look back at the billionaire businessman’s time owning Newcastle United.
The Conservative MP has been accused of being out of touch with hard-pressed families.
Gary Shepherd said he was arresting a woman for drug dealing but he fled when she challenged him.
After Newcastle United’s takeover by a Saudi Arabian-backed group, BBC Sport answers the key questions around the deal.
From Monday, arrivals from South Africa, Brazil and Mexico will no longer need to quarantine in hotels.
A £300m Saudi Arabian-backed takeover of Premier League club Newcastle United is completed.
Refuge wants the government’s new policing bill to reflect the seriousness of crimes against women.
The legal requirement for social distancing in hospitality will be lifted from 31 October, the BBC understands.
Admiral Sir Tony Radakin is the first Chief of Defence Staff selected from the navy in 20 years.
Russia accused of using the energy crisis to speed up approval of controversial pipeline
Bills will go up in line with soaring wholesale costs, with prices set to stay volatile, says Ofgem.
The number of people with secondary breast cancer, where the cancer has spread, will be audited.
Health officials say more than half of recent Covid-19 cases were in the 0 to 17-year-old age group.
By ditching the satellite and the need for a set-top box, the offering will shake up the market.
An all-female team of on-field officials is to take charge of Saturday’s World Cup qualifier between Andorra and England.
Tennis legend Andy Murray appeals for help after his wedding ring disappears.
Racehorses entered to run in Great Britain will have to be signed out of the human food chain from January, BBC Sport can reveal.
Chairman Ian Watmore leaves the England and Wales Cricket Board only 13 months into a five-year term.
British runners Phil Sesemann and Charlotte Purdue stole the limelight
The livestreaming site says a mistake exposed its data to a malicious third party on the internet.
The often painful condition could be caused by the body’s immune response when fighting off Covid-19
The Swedish Academy praised him for his writings on the effects of colonialism.
‘Refreshing’ show curated by Yinka Shonibare brings together 1,382 works created in every medium
What the experts said about the film franchise’s latest blockbuster
World Health Organization hails breakthrough in battle against tropical disease
Royal’s lawyers given access to sealed deal – but insiders say ‘there is no Prince Andrew clause’
Ex-minister Steve Baker adds his voice to calls for a U-turn, amid concerns over living standards.
The state-backed bank “deeply regrets” its failings, but now faces a large fine.
Deontay Wilder’s trainer Malik Scott says Tyson Fury has never seen “this” Wilder before, and his man will not lose when the pair meet on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
The CMA calls for a change in the law, as customers miss out on refunds after cancelled flights amid Covid.
The boss of Iceland says blaming business for supply shortages is “simply not helpful”.
The environmental group had argued permission should not have been granted by the UK government for the Vorlich oil field.
From being knocked out by him in 2014, Malik Scott is now helping Deontay Wilder try to regain his WBC world heavyweight title.
Amnesty International has urged the Premier League to change its owners’ and directors’ test “to address human rights issues” amid the Saudi Arabian-backed takeover of Newcastle United.
Ten years after the first battles between Syrian government forces and the armed opposition, no resolution is in sight
New names sneak into list of priciest roads
US murder rate jumped by almost 30% in 2020, shattering record for largest ever annual increase
This ‘hypnotically’ watchable show, a co-production with Leeds Playhouse, presents an alternative history of the 20th century
The proposals will be “very far reaching”, says European Commission Vice President Maros Šefčovič.
Josef S is accused of complicity in the murder of 3,518 prisoners at Sachsenhausen near Berlin.
Andy Murray has had his tennis shoes and wedding ring stolen in Indian Wells.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes has a second operation on his injured finger and is unlikely to play in the Ashes against Australia this winter.
NWSL players briefly halt matches in a display of solidarity with players who have made sexual misconduct allegations against a coach.
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The Scottish Premiership is set to shut down for around a month in November and December of next season to accommodate the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.