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The fast fashion retailer is not purchasing the stores or taking on its staff.
25 January 2021
Some vaccinators in the Southern Trust have been stood down, according to a letter seen by the BBC.
25 January 2021
A new Covid strain is detected and the UK government reaction to Indyref2 plans make the front pages.
25 January 2021
The government is asked to set out a "route map" for getting pupils back to classrooms in England.
25 January 2021
A Royal College of Nursing survey found almost 80% were more stressed because of the Covid pandemic.
25 January 2021
Covid has exposed tensions between Whitehall and the UK's nations and regions, the former PM warns.
25 January 2021
Ella Lambert says the period pain she experiences inspired her to help others.
25 January 2021
Many of Monday's papers lead with calls from parents and MPs for schools to reopen in England.
25 January 2021
The government says breaking Covid lockdown rules costs lives. But some people are doing it anyway.
25 January 2021
Reality TV star and ex-model, Katie Price reveals the challenges of finding a specialist college for her eldest son Harvey, who has complex needs.
25 January 2021
Scientists attempt to understand how best to bring the great outdoors to those stuck inside.
25 January 2021
Only 18 out of 251 authorised traveller sites have any free spaces, research from a charity suggests.
25 January 2021
The changes affecting some customers take effect as finances are squeezed by Covid and Christmas.
25 January 2021
About 118,000 placements for young people are yet to be filled due to coronavirus lockdowns.
25 January 2021
The BBC speaks to four people about their experiences in the latest lockdown.
25 January 2021
Vaccination appointments for over 70s in Scotland will arrive on Monday as planned - but in white envelopes.
24 January 2021
Motorists are urged to take care with sub-zero temperatures forecast into Monday.
24 January 2021
Bruno Fernandes comes off the bench to fire Manchester United past fierce rivals Liverpool in a pulsating FA Cup fourth-round tie.
24 January 2021
Volunteers trying to help the mammal say they were "very concerned" for its wellbeing.
24 January 2021
Tributes are paid to Robert Rowland following the accident near his home in the Bahamas.
24 January 2021
Six centres close their doors amid treacherous conditions across the West Midlands.
24 January 2021
Heavy snow brings a flurry of opportunities to take wintry photographs.
24 January 2021
People sent in their footage of snowy landscapes to the BBC, and shared content on social media.
24 January 2021
A Sunday Times poll shows 51% of people in favour of holding a border poll in NI within five years.
24 January 2021
As high risk groups continue to be immunised there are growing concerns that people with learning disabilities have been missed out.
24 January 2021
The Health Secretary tells Andrew Marr that he doesn't know when it will be safe to lift restrictions.
24 January 2021
Daughters of a man who died from Covid pay tribute to hospital staff who fought to keep him alive.
24 January 2021
Janice Nix used to be one of London's most notorious drug dealers. How did she turn her life around?
24 January 2021
John Nicholl, who is deafblind, says his use of hands-on sign language left him isolated in lockdown.
24 January 2021
Is Wales able to meet its vaccination targets - this weekend and next month?
23 January 2021
Students from more than 50 universities are taking part in a rent strike.
23 January 2021
A council deploys security staff to curb numbers exercising in country parks during lockdown.
23 January 2021
A 56-year-old Covid patient says she is finally recovering after a month in hospital.
23 January 2021
Matt and Amanda Knight, from Hinckley, say running has helped keep them motivated.
23 January 2021
A former grand house, golf clubhouse and nightclub has been converted to a vaccination centre.
23 January 2021
Hauliers tell a shadow cabinet meeting that NI and the Republic are "bad places to do business".
23 January 2021
A shortage of shipping containers, rising costs, and congestion at ports are holding back imports from China.
22 January 2021
Worship has been suspended as burials average 15-a-day, yet still there is denial about the disease.
22 January 2021
The next few weeks could be bloody for the SNP as a Scottish Parliament inquiry kicks off.
21 January 2021
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