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Updated: 14 hours 17 min ago
A rare wetland plant has reappeared after not being seen for more than a century.
An 18 year old in Nottingham overturned three points he faced over a traffic offence during a lesson.
Emma was unaware she was being abused and filmed in her own home over a period of months.
Today presenter Nick Robinson on why the political interview is in need of a rethink.
Jade Hargreaves says video-calling during lockdown has helped people beat addiction.
The soap has been forced to "go back to brass tacks" to mark its birthday, its producer says.
Aberdeen is not a Covid-19 hotspot but pressure on intensive care unit staff is starting to show.
With no commute or office working, many people have focused on home life, says the Principality.
The company could make an announcement as soon as Monday - putting 13,000 jobs at risk.
People can only drink when eating, under new restrictions, the prime minister's spokesman confirms.
Bowling alleys and indoor entertainment venues will also have to close under new restrictions.
The PM hits back at criticism from Tory MPs that post-lockdown restrictions are not properly targeted.
England is moving out of national restrictions into a tougher tier system than before. But why?
Paul Farrell, 55, of Camden, London, admits 58 sex offences against children.
One pub discovers it can open next week but another - less than half a mile away - will remain shut.
People living and working in the lower Cynon valley will be eligible for a test.
What are people talking about when they refer to a level playing field and what has it to do with Brexit?
Emily Jones, seven, had her throat cut by a stranger as she played in Queen's Park, Bolton.
The EU's Michel Barnier will arrive on Friday evening, as Boris Johnson insists a deal can be done.
Scientists spell out measures to minimise coronavirus infection risk when rules are relaxed at Christmas.