BBC News - UK
Updated: 5 hours 44 min ago
Nicola Sturgeon is to confirm the move to "phase three" of her route map out of lockdown.
There are 18,000 more registered than a year ago, but some fear the pandemic could hit recruitment.
A politician, historian and academic answer kids' questions on Black Lives Matter.
With many live entertainment venues still closed in the UK, comedians open up about performing online.
Health and social care leaders warn the prime minister about the impact of the new immigration bill.
The UK boss of the fast food giant said the chain could cut between 5% and 10% of its staff.
Clubs call for government help after a survey suggests they face closure without financial support.
Boris Johnson agreed the pension contribution for Sir Mark Sedwill, ahead of his exit in September.
A man, thought to be 18 years old, has died after he was found with stab injuries in south London.
The BBC's Nick Eardley gives the lowdown on Rishi Sunak's economic plan after the Covid-19 lockdown.
The 20m (65ft) crane crashed on to a development and houses in east London just before 14:40 BST.
The RSPCA voices fears that more pets will be rejected in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Firms will also get a bonus to keep furloughed staff, as part of a £30bn plan to stop mass unemployment.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled an "eat out to help out" discount as part of wider measures.
The Welsh Government will get half a billion pounds from the Treasury, the UK government says.
Spain has been omitted from a list of "air bridge" destinations for Scotland due to concerns about coronavirus.
Henry Long had claimed to be watching a Fast and Furious film about illegal car chases and racing.
The Hollywood star is giving evidence during the second day of his libel action against the Sun.
Terry Ashton said he did not read information sent to him because he was not the "primary recipient".
Derrin Crawford's family say the 23-year-old tested negative for drugs but is still in jail.