The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
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How did Prince's iconic heels redefine men's footwear?
More than 100,000 patients are expected to have appointments postponed or operations delayed as a result of next week's strike by junior doctors, NHS England says.
Restaurants should offer tap water to families eating out rather than waiting for customers to ask for it, say councils in England and Wales.
More than 30,000 non-EU students each year have had their visas curtailed by the Home Office in the past three years, figures obtained by BBC News show.
A stellar line-up of actors and performers are marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death at events across the UK this weekend.
The papers continue to focus on events leading up to the death of pop star Prince, and reflect on the fallout from President Obama's warning to the UK over an EU exit.
A kitten abandoned in an Ikea superstore car park finds a new home.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
A woman who won an international award for her Albert Einstein cake outlines her regal plans for her next baking bonanza.
Will Starbucks make it big in South Africa?
Pictures from deserted Chernobyl 30 years on
British Cycling will contact Jess Varnish about claims by the sprinter that she was the subject of sexist comments by Shane Sutton.
Somalis urged to stay and rebuild their country
The village where one house survived Nepal's earthquake
Will.i.am recalls the time he brought Prince and Michael Jackson together, despite their "infamous feud".
Leicester Tigers will look to reach their first European Cup final since 2009 when they meet French side Racing 92 on Sunday.
Conor O'Shea backs Harlequins' Joe Marler after he appeared to kick Grenoble's Arnaud Heguy in Friday's Challenge Cup tie.
EU nations agree to draw up a blacklist of tax havens in the wake of the Panama Papers leaks.