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Updated: 58 min 26 sec ago
The Sussex parkour group STORROR is celebrating a decade on YouTube and a job in a Hollywood film.
The owner of the venue in west London faces a possible £10,000 fine for breaching coronavirus rules.
As universities adapt to the coronavirus pandemic is enough support being given to disabled students?
Some inmates were unable to shower for eight days while they awaited testing, inspectors have found.
Sue Hadley is blind and lives alone on the Wirral, one of the areas under new restrictions.
Cruise customers say they have been waiting more than six months for refunds for cancelled holidays.
The BBC's Laura Foster explains what a circuit breaker is and how it could help tackle Covid-19.
The UK's negotiator accused the EU of expecting the UK to make "all future moves" towards a deal.
The papers focus on the "rebellion" of local leaders, as Greater Manchester resists further curbs.
Restaurateurs, food businesses and unions call for urgent clarity on the Welsh Government's plans.
Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle has ordered the move as some MPs represent areas where pubs are closed.
A man is being questioned by detectives investigating several assaults on women in Belfast on Monday night .
The footballer says his efforts to combat child hunger will continue despite the government's response.
A 51-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of attempting to murder the officer in Southampton.
Millions of people face more restrictions from Saturday, including a ban on households mixing indoors.
The ad was criticised for encouraging "Fatima" to give up on dancing and "reskill" in cyber security.
People in London, Essex and York will be banned from meeting people outside their home from Saturday.
Travellers from Italy must self-isolate for 14 days as of Sunday, the government says.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday evening.
Mayor Andy Burnham says ministers are willing to "gamble" local jobs with plans for stricter rules.