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Experts say the demand for dogs during lockdown is causing a significant increase in animals being stolen.
It's been a tough week for keeping track of the coronavirus situation in the UK. So what's going on?
Patients admitted to intensive care have a better chance of surviving now than they did in the first wave.
Three young men who were lured into drug gangs as children talk about how they turned their lives around.
Ned Vincent from Norfolk takes us through his week during the coronavirus pandemic.
Boris Johnson initially suggests parents living apart from their children may face restrictions.
The first edition copy of the novel sold in the USA "was never checked out" of Portsmouth library.
The band donated money to disabled singer Ali Hirsz, after Covid-19 left her out of work.
Wolves fan Ashley never thought the Wolves defender would score on his England debut, but he did!
Boris Johnson urges local leaders to "engage constructively" with the government over tougher rules.
Wales faces a two-week stay-at-home "fire-break" lockdown, says First Minister Mark Drakeford.
The Scottish government's funding package for pubs and restaurants is not nearly enough, industry leaders warn.
Dr Ross Barnett's DNA work identified the 50,000-year-old bone which was discovered in Canada.
PM Boris Johnson says he will introduce local contact tracing ahead of new Tier 3 restrictions.
There has been criticism of the level of support available to businesses forced to shut.
A health boss says the future is "difficult to predict" as more are admitted to its field hospital.
News that Serco will see better than expected profits comes amid claims it is failing to reach enough people.
"No point" in further discussions with the EU unless it changes course, Downing Street says.
Queen Elizabeth II's donation to Lakeland, Florida in 1957 was a gift that kept on giving too much.
The minister says he has grave reservations about the new measures to come into force on Friday.