The front pages are led by numerous stories including China defending itself over allegations of undue influence on the UK’s 5G network.
Susan Jamison said she was never told about the dangers of taking sodium valproate during pregnancy.
Boris Johnson has been adamant he will not allow the discussions to drag on into the autumn.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean star denies ever having been violent to Ms Heard.
A higher proportion of people met physical activity levels during lockdown, according to a study.
Review chairwoman Baroness Cumberlege found ‘many ruined lives could have been avoided’.
Average temperatures were as high as 10C above normal for the month in some places, according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service.
Many women who were fitted with mesh thought they were getting a cure for their ailments but experienced severe complications.
The review into pelvic mesh details how some women felt “excruciating chronic pain feeling like razors inside their body”.
The actor is making a claim against The Sun newspaper.
The hormone pregnancy was medication 40 times the strength of the oral contraceptive pill – campaigners.
Using sodium valproate in pregnancy has been linked to birth defects and learning and developmental problems in children.
Families affected by the Primodos scandal in between the 1950s and 1970s have described how they feel “betrayed”.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to announce the plans on Wednesday.
Rishi Sunak is also being urged to inject more than £200 billion into the economy in order to “secure” Britain’s economic recovery.
Boris Johnson is under pressure from Tory MPs to halt the Chinese telecoms giant’s involvement over concerns that it presents a security risk.
A passer-by said traffic ‘came to a complete standstill’ as a congresswoman helped a flock of ducks cross the road.