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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Sir Keir Starmer accuses Boris Johnson of being at the centre of government "sleaze" amid a fresh lobbying row.
The site employs more than 300 people making over a million cupcakes for supermarkets.
A judge says the Akhmedov family is "one of the unhappiest ever to have appeared in my courtroom".
The UK is still in a "vulnerable situation", one of the country's vaccine advisers says.
Euan Peters was convicted of murdering Shafiul Islam in a robbery while two others helped kill him.
Loads of people hated the European Super League. Here's why politicians did.
Officers will use section 35 dispersal orders in Swansea and adopt a "robust approach", police say.
The trees will be planted in parks around Burnley to blossom each spring, marking the first lockdown.
Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah's mother says "all children have the right to breathe clean air".
The PureGym and David Lloyd chains report huge numbers of visits after restrictions eased in England.
Organisers say they're "running out of time" to save music festivals if the government doesn't help.
As the plans for a new football league fall apart after just two days, here's what outlived them.
John Barnes says the withdrawal of six English teams from the ESL is not a victory for fans.
The cost of living rose to 0.7% in March, from 0.4% in February, as fuel, transport and clothes prices increased.
The monarch's birthday on Wednesday comes four days after the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
All six Premier League teams involved in the European Super League formally withdraw from the competition.
James Delaney died after "a gross failure" to provide basic medical attention at Sapphire House.
The prime minister and businessman sent text messages over plans for ventilators during the pandemic.