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The figure of Black Lives Matter protester Jen Reid appeared in Bristol early on Wednesday.
15 July 2020
Consumer price inflation rises slightly to 0.6% in June, although food prices fell.
15 July 2020
A study of 120,000 volunteers in England also suggests those aged 18 to 24 were more likely to test positive.
15 July 2020
China's ambassador to the UK hits out at the move to exclude Huawei from Britain's 5G networks.
15 July 2020
Starbucks and McDonald's are the latest firms to cut some prices, but not all businesses can afford to do so.
15 July 2020
The economy minister's comments come amidst plans for hydrogen buses on the streets of Belfast in 2020.
15 July 2020
Fallout from the UK's Huawei decision dominates the front pages along with continued debate on masks.
15 July 2020
A report accuses the MoD of failing to make the "hard choices" needed to plug a gap of up to £13bn.
15 July 2020
The family of a young musician who relied on the scans says they didn't warn that his cancer had spread.
14 July 2020
"I feel I've stumbled on a sound," says Raye, whose new single is a modern retelling of Jolene.
14 July 2020
Hospital admissions in England dropped by a third, suggesting thousands did not receive expert care.
14 July 2020
Action on Smoking and Health estimates one million people have stopped smoking in the UK since April.
14 July 2020
Many have been left unsure about how to get support, according to the National Childbirth Trust.
14 July 2020
The photographer's work returns to London on a massive scale.
14 July 2020
The most significant easing so far of Scotland's lockdown begins, but it comes with a warning.
14 July 2020
Hopes the government will announce the result of a consultation on the Gender Recognition Act this week are fading.
14 July 2020
The Queen speaks to members of the British Armed Forces about the work that continues at home and overseas.
14 July 2020
The enigmatic graffiti artist returns to his Underground roots for his new pandemic-inspired piece.
14 July 2020
The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
14 July 2020
Residents face tougher limits on visitors and are being urged to bump elbows instead of hugging.
14 July 2020
SNP MP John Nicolson’s cat brings a temporary halt to a Parliamentary committee with a partial appearance via webcam.
14 July 2020
Judges are asked to decide if a coroner's decision to limit the scope of an inquest was "flawed".
14 July 2020
Restrictions on use of Huawei's kit are set to slow down the rollout of 5G and perhaps broadband too.
14 July 2020
High Wycombe residents hope their football team's play-off success helps the town off the pitch.
14 July 2020
A victim of Rochdale grooming gangs says a criminal record has destroyed her hopes of a career.
14 July 2020
The culture secretary says providers must remove all of Huawei's 5G kit from their networks by 2027.
14 July 2020
People who live on the Scottish border say talk of closing the border with England is causing concern.
13 July 2020
Like thousands of people in council tax debt, Penelope Dudley fears the bailiffs who will soon restart work.
13 July 2020
The BBC's Caroline Hawley follows Syrian refugee Rouaa to her new home, four years after first meeting her in Lebanon.
13 July 2020
A personal trainer, an advertising agency worker and a musician share their experiences of burnout.
12 July 2020
Grace Greenwood recovered from coronavirus while others in the care home where she lives have not.
12 July 2020
The effects of an extended lockdown are being keenly felt by Leicester's youngest residents.
11 July 2020
We know about the lockdown bakers - but who learned the skills to separate themselves from the crowd?
11 July 2020
Schoolchildren sing about their worries for relatives and wanting to see friends again.
10 July 2020
Parents say it is frustrating to wait months to register their babies, as councils face large backlogs.
10 July 2020