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Covid-19 provides an opportunity to "reset" the economy for a more sustainable future, he says.
20 September 2020
The shadow chancellor will repeat calls for more targeted support for firms in an online speech.
20 September 2020
Children's Commissioner suggests hundreds of thousands pupils are at home with pandemic-related issues.
20 September 2020
The country is facing a "tipping point", the health secretary says, as the government considers further restrictions.
20 September 2020
The chair of Stormont's health committee says it wants to discuss testing issues with Robin Swann.
20 September 2020
The mayor will meet council leaders over fears the city is days behind hotspots in northern England.
20 September 2020
Welsh Government may have to consider stricter enforcement if people break Covid-19 rules, says minister.
20 September 2020
The transfers took place after officials were told of the $80m fraud, the secret files reveal.
20 September 2020
The tourist attraction will shut for the foreseeable future due to the effects of coronavirus.
20 September 2020
The suspect, in her 20s, is released under investigation as police warn dog owners to be "vigilant".
20 September 2020
Diego Méntrida realised the athlete ahead had made a mistake and slowed as he approached the finish.
20 September 2020
People reported queues for attractions and traffic was gridlocked in Blackpool on Saturday.
20 September 2020
Josh Quigley is believed to have broken the record for the North Coast 500 by six minutes.
20 September 2020
The Scottish health secretary says the issue is among stricter measures being discussed this weekend.
20 September 2020
The Labour leader tells the BBC testing problems make further Covid-19 restrictions "more likely".
20 September 2020
It followed a Westminster Abbey service which was "reduced in stature but not in spirit", organisers say.
20 September 2020
Planes flew over Westminster Abbey in a box formation to mark the 80th anniversary.
20 September 2020
A man is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after the stabbings in Plymouth.
20 September 2020
Matt Hancock's warning comes as the government introduces £10,000 fines for people who fail to self-isolate.
20 September 2020
Campanologists have been celebrating the return of church bell ringing.
20 September 2020
Twenty are selected from more than 250 competition entries from people across the Midlands.
20 September 2020
Up to a third of the National Trust's 300 UK houses have links to colonialism, a project found.
20 September 2020
A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "night vision".
19 September 2020
They can't meet up in person this year, so what are the political parties doing instead?
19 September 2020
I Made This For You is a film about a group of friends trying to stop someone from taking their own life.
19 September 2020
People enjoying the sun yards from No 10 say there's a feeling of resignation about new virus measures.
19 September 2020
With new restrictions on social gatherings how can you raise concerns without causing arguments?
18 September 2020
After six weeks in hospital, recalling every Covid-19 memory has helped one patient.
18 September 2020
"This is a moment when we're needed more than ever, so we just had to find a way of getting open."
18 September 2020
More than 600 health and social care workers have died from the coronavirus pandemic.
18 September 2020
Restaurants and pubs are concerned new coronavirus restrictions could spell the end of their businesses.
18 September 2020
Can a short burst of national restrictions change the course of the epidemic?
18 September 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK is experiencing a second wave of Covid-19.
18 September 2020
The BBC speaks to residents of Spennymoor, County Durham, about the confusion surrounding the new measures.
18 September 2020
Officials in India and the UK worked together to find the bronze sculptures.
18 September 2020