Payday lender Wonga says it is writing off £220m of debts for 330,000 customers after putting in place new affordability checks.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive CY Leung insists he will not resign, but offers talks to pro-democracy protesters calling on him to step down.
Lawyers for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge write to a photographer asking him to "cease harassing" Prince George and his nanny.
A woman is acquitted of trying to poison her mother in a Breaking Bad-inspired plot, but a jury finds her guilty of acquiring a biological agent or toxin.
A "staggering array" of rights abuses has been committed in Iraq by Islamic State militants over a nine-week period, the UN says.
The British nurse who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in Sierra Leone calls for action to stop the "horror and the misery" he witnessed there.
Morrisons has announced a new loyalty card scheme in an effort to seize back the initiative in the supermarket wars.
Three Burmese workers are questioned over the killing of two British tourists in Thailand, according to local reports.
The prime minister's speech to the Conservative Party conference, in which he promised tax cuts for 30 million Britons, leads most of Thursday's papers.
A post-mortem examination on the body of murdered 14-year-old Alice Gross has resumed.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg says criticism of his party in Theresa May's speech marks a "low point" in coalition relations.
Hundreds of GP practices are at risk of closure because of the number of doctors reaching retirement age, GP leaders say.
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