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A detailed analysis of how pandemic has damaged economy is published by Stormont department.
04 July 2020
The former Pulp man on his "alive album", domestic discos, and embracing crowd surfing in his 50s.
04 July 2020
The reopening of pubs, bars and restaurants in England dominates Saturday's front pages.
04 July 2020
Some hair salons opened at midnight as pubs can see customers for the first time since March.
04 July 2020
Landmarks will be lit up blue ahead of a nationwide applause celebrating 72 years of the health service.
04 July 2020
Bricks and other missiles were thrown as officers tried to disperse the gathering in west London.
04 July 2020
The artist said she wanted "to make people question the Western myth that Jesus had fair hair and blue eyes".
04 July 2020
Freedom Youth has been helping LGBT+ youths in Bristol for a quarter of a century.
04 July 2020
Tyler Lopes put £50 he inherited when his grandma died towards buying his first camera.
04 July 2020
Portuguese leaders say the country's exclusion from a list drawn up by the UK government is "absurd".
04 July 2020
Portsmouth care home residents say they have struggled with the isolation of lockdown.
04 July 2020
People at high risk of Covid-19 are concerned about the implications of tourists descending on the South West.
04 July 2020
Citizens Advice says people are "increasingly concerned" about job losses as the lockdown eases.
04 July 2020
Wheelchair-user Ginny Butcher says disabled people in the UK have been abandoned during the pandemic.
04 July 2020
The idea that 5G could have health implications isn't new. But conspiracy theories linking 5G with Covid-19 went viral during lockdown.
03 July 2020
With predictions of fewer international students, there are fears high-rise flats may not be filled.
03 July 2020
Lockdown measures in Wales are still in force as pubs open in England on Saturday.
03 July 2020
Researchers say they give fresh insight into the spot known as Scotland's "cradle of Christianity".
03 July 2020
Several business owners said it would mean the difference between opening or not and "whole heartedly" welcomed the government proposal.
03 July 2020
One rave organiser says he's providing a service that others aren't - and insists he's "proud".
03 July 2020
Britain’s biggest supermarket has reportedly given suppliers until 10 July to agree price cuts.
03 July 2020
As Yo! Sushi prepares to reopen some restaurants in England, it has had to adapt its conveyor belt system.
03 July 2020
A father who paid £4.99 for his daughter to use a smartphone app was shocked to find a £4,642 bill.
03 July 2020
Pubs in England are allowed to reopen from Saturday, but some venues are keeping their doors shut.
03 July 2020
BBC Sport sets the scene as the Derby and Oaks are held on the same day at Epsom for the first time.
03 July 2020
After the easing of lockdown restrictions, grandchildren and grandparents show their affection.
03 July 2020
A local lockdown has been introduced to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Leicester - but how will it work?
03 July 2020
The chief medical officer for England outlines the new normal for the game as it is set to resume.
03 July 2020
The prime minister urges people to act responsibly as pubs prepare to re-open.
03 July 2020
The first person to get blood plasma as a coronavirus treatment explains why she's taking part in the trial.
03 July 2020
As people in England get the green light to go abroad again, here's a look at what's in store for travellers.
03 July 2020
The airline says it is clearing a backlog of refunds while Sykes Cottages also has a new policy.
03 July 2020
The data in England was missing for weeks, leading to concerns about the local spread of the virus.
03 July 2020
In some places, a garden fence is the only visible sign of the division in Leicester's lockdown zone.
03 July 2020
A collection of photos by Shirley Baker shows elderly people from the mid-1960s to the mid-80s.
03 July 2020
Travel insurance is unlikely to cover those who have to cancel a holiday because they have Covid symptoms.
03 July 2020
He nearly quit motorsport for good, but 2020 is his chance to prove himself among the world's best.
03 July 2020
Playwright Laura Horton shares dozens of personal stories with the government to help at-risk theatre.
03 July 2020
By piecing together statements and claims, we have created a chronology of events.
02 July 2020
As travel restrictions are lifted, pub and hotel owners in Argyll hope enough visitors will return for their businesses to survive.
02 July 2020
Hairdressers and barbers can reopen from 4 July in England, with many booked up already.
02 July 2020
One-sixth of homeowners have taken a mortgage holiday and it could affect their ability to borrow money.
02 July 2020
Leicester's schools have closed to all but a small number of pupils just weeks after reopening.
02 July 2020
Self-contained accommodation will also be able to take bookings two days earlier than planned.
02 July 2020
Dorset Police says it expects a surge in visitors to the county this weekend as lockdown eases.
02 July 2020
Which children are going back to school, and what about the rest?
02 July 2020
Police forces across Europe collaborated on the UK's "most significant" law enforcement operation.
02 July 2020
But data for regional drive-thru centres and mobile units in England show significant progress made.
02 July 2020
Workers say staff are not self-isolating as they cannot afford to and it is "impossible" to distance.
02 July 2020
How will social distancing affect going out when cinemas, bars and restaurants reopen in England, on 4 July?
02 July 2020
BBC newsreader Kate Silverton warns of the damage the pandemic is doing to children's mental health.
02 July 2020
Leaders in Bedford say they have been left scrambling to control the spread of the disease.
01 July 2020
There's a warning that if all Christmas shows are called off, many theatres "will go to the wall".
01 July 2020