Those on the left think new Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy could be about to take the party back to the days of Tony Blair, says the BBC's Mark Mardell.
Mark Urban explores the question of what the UK knew about rendition and interrogation techniques, in the wake of the US Senate report that criticised the CIA.
People in the UK are using less energy, even though the economy is growing, new figures confirm.
The director of Premier Oil says no new North Sea projects are profitable with oil below $60 a barrel and the industry is "close to collapse".
Brit boozer goes dark in Los Angeles
Those who plan to spend the day working rather than celebrating
Six women previously given the all-clear are diagnosed with breast cancer after a review of assessments made by Oxfordshire's Breast Screening Service.
The boats of guns floating around the Indian Ocean
The ordinary Russians fighting a 'holy war' in Ukraine
A handy self-portrait device or a narcissistic vanity tool?
Moves to normalise diplomatic ties between the US and Cuba lead several papers, which describe the Caribbean island being brought 'in from the cold'.
The buildings that would once have been impossible
The 49 children who made it to an unlikely nativity
EU leaders are to consider ways to unlock billions of euros of investment and policy on Russia, at a Brussels summit.
Newcastle want to sign a goalkeeper on emergency loan ahead of Sunday's derby against Sunderland, says boss Alan Pardew.
Cuba's relationship with the US in 16 images
British double Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin & Valegro perform the "ride of our lives" to set another world record.
A Nigerian court martial in the capital Abuja sentences 54 soldiers to death for refusing to fight Boko Haram Islamist militants.
Making a Christmas special 'special'
Performance artist Anida Yoeu Ali's Buddhist bug series aims to answer questions about religion, identity and difference