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A new chief nurse will also be hired to provide more guidance, as part of the government's winter plan.
A public information campaign reminds travellers to the EU to have six months left on their passports.
The siblings on making their first group album with help from Michael Morpurgo and Olivia Colman.
The musician attacks the government and "scientists making up crooked facts" in his latest music.
Schools in disadvantaged areas could be "badly placed" for funding, says Institute for Fiscal Studies.
The device is already being used in some hospitals to identify Covid patients.
The government is considering a few weeks of England-wide restrictions to slow a second coronavirus surge.
One victim was duped into sending nude photographs to someone she later found out was an adult.
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
BBC's Ros Atkins explains the latest Brexit row and the thorny issue of customs checks and Northern Ireland.
Stewart Handling feels like he failed his 13-year-old daughter Grace, who died after taking the Class A drug.
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.
Too white? Too middle class? Activist Fatima explores the climate change movement's diversity.
Coin mountains in storage mean The Royal Mint has no plans to produce any more for a decade.
Control of certain struggling franchises could be handed back to the government, sources say.
A professor has won £2.3m for applying complex maths to simple situations - like stirring tea.
Aspiring athlete Tashan Daniel was stabbed to death on his way to an Arsenal match.
Alan Fitchett's family call for a public inquiry into the government's handling of the pandemic.
Early pub closures and restrictions on households mixing came into force at midnight.
A mix of stories on the coronavirus lead Friday's front pages.