BBC News - UK
Updated: 3 hours 37 min ago
Saturday's front pages are dominated by Boris Johnson suggesting the UK is entering a second wave of Covid-19.
A rise in people wanting to photograph seals can see the animals getting hurt and needing rescue.
Engineer Christian Tuvi was killed while fixing a moving walkway at Waterloo Tube station last year.
With new restrictions on social gatherings how can you raise concerns without causing arguments?
First ministers of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland call for a task force to help the industry.
A wave swept Megan into the sea while she was paddling on a beach with her sister.
After six weeks in hospital, recalling every Covid-19 memory has helped one patient.
"This is a moment when we're needed more than ever, so we just had to find a way of getting open."
A rule change means about 100 more of those who served with British forces will be able to live in the UK.
Sir Keir Starmer has a new message - but will it help Labour win back votes where the party needs them?
More than 600 health and social care workers have died from the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Sadiq Khan says he is concerned by evidence showing the spread of the virus is "accelerating".
Restaurants and pubs are concerned new coronavirus restrictions could spell the end of their businesses.
Staying isolated could cause more harm to people's mental health, the Welsh Government says.
Can a short burst of national restrictions change the course of the epidemic?
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
St Andrews University's principal has asked students to stay in their rooms as much as possible this weekend.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK is experiencing a second wave of Covid-19.
The BBC speaks to residents of Spennymoor, County Durham, about the confusion surrounding the new measures.
Jurors fail to reach verdicts on a manslaughter charge and one count of child cruelty.