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The PM said "too many care homes didn't really follow the procedures" on combating coronavirus.
07 July 2020
Workers are missing out on furlough because of their employment terms, and many are on minimum wage.
07 July 2020
A survey by the Office for National Statistics looked at who had been infected in the community in England.
07 July 2020
Plans to build a new factory next to the Ford plant in Bridgend are put on hold by firm Ineos.
07 July 2020
The government is likely to announce a stamp duty holiday to help boost the property market.
07 July 2020
The inquiry into 72 deaths is urged to be on the "right side of history" when it publishes its findings.
07 July 2020
The chancellor will announce some households could get grants up to £10,000 for energy-saving projects.
07 July 2020
A day after leaving the band, Tom Meighan pleads guilty to attacking the woman in front of a child.
07 July 2020
The UK is "way behind" on covering faces to limit the spread of Covid-19, says the Royal Society.
07 July 2020
Boris Johnson says "too many care homes didn't really follow the procedures", so what was the coronavirus guidance given to them?
07 July 2020
The Hollywood star is suing The Sun newspaper over a story saying he abused his ex-wife Amber Heard.
07 July 2020
The ex-Army officer pleads guilty to making indecent "Category A" images of children.
07 July 2020
The arts sector is relieved at the £1.57bn cash injection but says more detail is needed.
07 July 2020
The Duchess of Cornwall tells the BBC of her experiences during lockdown and fears over its impact.
07 July 2020
At least three pubs in England announce they have closed just days after opening their doors again.
07 July 2020
The retailer said sales of bicycles leapt during lockdown, but sales of car parts saw big falls.
07 July 2020
As part of Brexit, some goods from Britain will need to be checked at NI ports.
07 July 2020
Naomi Long says Michelle O'Neill damaged the executive's reputation by attending Bobby Storey's funeral.
07 July 2020
Firefighters help save eight drivers who were stuck in floodwaters on London's North Circular.
07 July 2020
Thousands of people with Covid-19 report recurring symptoms for far longer than 14 days.
07 July 2020
BBC News presenter Clive Myrie says racism was the rocket fuel that fuelled British conquest of much of the planet - and its effects are still felt today.
06 July 2020
Here are five things to look out for in the chancellor’s summer update on Wednesday.
06 July 2020
It has been a TV film, a play and now the chef's memoir has been adapted to help a local theatre.
06 July 2020
BBC News presenter Clive Myrie visits Bristol and explores its colonial legacy.
06 July 2020
Thousands of cancer patients have had treatment halted or delayed because of Covid-19.
06 July 2020
Owners of outdoor venues are "thrilled" as the restrictions on travel in Wales are lifted.
06 July 2020
British sprinter Bianca Williams tells BBC Sport that she feels "hurt and scared" after she and her partner Ricardo dos Santos were stopped by police.
06 July 2020
The Mousetrap, the West End’s longest running show, will be among the first to reopen this autumn.
06 July 2020
After three months of the restrictions, many aspects of everyday life have been transformed.
06 July 2020
The winning images from a photographic competition run by Equal Lens.
06 July 2020
The North Korean refugees who have donated 7,000 sets of PPE to care homes in the north of England.
06 July 2020
The body positivity movement has taken over social media and forced the diet industry to reinvent itself, but not all feel included.
05 July 2020
What we've learned from watching our other halves work from home during the coronavirus lockdown.
05 July 2020
How did it feel to be out again, as the night-time economy in England reopened after lockdown?
05 July 2020
Stories of Cardiff's Vulcan Hotel are being collected as it is rebuilt at St Fagans.
05 July 2020
Six young photographers document an evening out as lockdown measures are eased in England.
05 July 2020
Experts have differing views about how the capital will emerge from the pandemic.
05 July 2020
Bradford is second in the UK's Covid-19 league table, says Dr John Wright, because it's a table of inequality.
05 July 2020
Trends in recent coronavirus infections suggest Leicester is very different from the rest of the UK.
04 July 2020
Before and after portraits as the people of Coventry visit the salon for the first time in three months
04 July 2020
Council staff who usually work in theatres and community farms are now helping tackle coronavirus.
04 July 2020
Louise Arnold and Jennifer Wilson are believed to be the first couple to marry after measures eased.
04 July 2020