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Two reports charting coronavirus show cases in England falling - with Leicester also seeing a fall.
The health minister apologises to women, and their children, failed by healthcare professionals.
More than three million households will be asked to start paying the £157.50 fee from 1 August.
The arrest is thought to be the first relating to the government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Frank Ludlow was caught in a post office sending dozens of bogus remedies to the United States.
But universities reject that tests on online learning in China are accepting "censorship".
Officer who led manhunt for Moat speaks about the operation 10 years on.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Thursday morning.
Sir Ed Davey and Layla Moran are both vying for the top spot.
Support will be particularly focused on disadvantaged pupils and those studying for exams.
Rishi Sunak's coronavirus recovery plan is greeted with praise and concern on the front pages.
Some travel operators are calling for NI to follow England and Scotland in easing restrictions.
Costs of protective gear and economic support add to the UK's rising bill for fighting the pandemic.
Coronavirus lockdown rules are changing across the UK, but who is responsible for enforcing them?
After years of slower beats and introspective lyrics, pop is becoming optimistic again. Here's why.
Local businesses and politicians say they were expecting more financial support from the government.
Former Northumbria police chief speaks to 5 Live, 10 years after she led the manhunt for the gunman.
Two thirds of UK councils increase costs for cremation ceremonies during the pandemic.
Arena attack survivors are seeking legal representation at a public inquiry into the 2017 bombing.
The musician also talks about why he was cheering at the recent Black Lives Matter protests in London.