Passengers say they have been charged fees by their banks after cheques from airline were unsigned.
Bake Off's back on Channel 4 for a second year - get the lowdown on the ones to watch, vegan week and biscuit selfies.
As students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland await their GCSE results, Reality Check looks at how subject choices are changing.
Lee-Anne Cartier was devastated to discover her brother Phil Nisbet had died of a suspected overdose in 2009, but could this really be the truth?
Police in a small French fishing port say hundreds of migrants are risking their lives every day to try and get to England.
A Punjabi mother and daughter have their first frank conversation about sex and relationships
Sudanese photographer Ola Alsheikh shares her favourite shots from her hometown, Khartoum.
Cricket and dance are being combined in a project challenging gender stereotypes in rural India
Three addicts' stories from Reading, which has one of the highest rates of drugs deaths in England and Wales.
Jeremy Hunt added that the UK's relationship with Saudi Arabia "stops bombs going off on the streets of Britain".
Wednesday's front pages offer different perspectives on the UK economy.
Two men are arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in west London.
The former Trump campaign chief is found guilty on multiple tax and bank fraud charges.
Stefan Karl Stefansson, 43, played the children's programme villain for ten years.
Bristol City's first Championship win of the season consigns Steve McClaren's QPR to a fourth straight league defeat.
A man who wrote to his ex-fiancée posing as her dead mother is given a suspended prison sentence.
Eight of the top 10 highest earning female athletes are tennis players with 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams topping the Forbes list.
Midfielder Pablo Hernandez rescues a 2-2 draw for Leeds United at former club Swansea City to send them top of the Championship.
Libertines singer Pete Doherty put away the "mega breakfast" in under 20 minutes to get it for free.
A watchdog previously said police were "routinely ignoring" the needs of women on their periods.