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The Road Haulage Association says there was "no clarity" on border checks after the transition period.
The number of under-17s seeking Covid-19 tests has doubled, the head of NHS Test and Trace tells MPs.
The executive also says localised Covid-19 rules will be implemented in BT60 in County Armagh.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday evening.
The eight staff were "ill advised" to attend a party for a former colleague, the head told parents.
Gary Radley, 62, has motor neurone disease and asked his sons to perform at his bedside.
Health officials are looking for any signs case rates are moving too high - and too fast.
Almost two million people will see more restrictions following a rise in coronavirus cases.
The ITV series' last episode draws high praise, despite cavils over the amount of on-screen smoking.
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
Fans of the festival favourite can watch it from inside their vehicles, instead of a theatre.
With similar symptoms, deciding whether or not you need to get tested for coronavirus can be tricky.
Three women describe the different ways in which the Covid-19 pandemic has affected them.
Boris Johnson says he is not a fan of "sneak culture" over his new rule banning gatherings larger than six.
Empty testing centres, overstretched labs and rising demand - what is behind the UK's problems?
The novice stars of this gritty tale of female friendship applaud its focus on diversity in film.
People accused of crimes in England and Wales - and alleged victims - wait years for a resolution.
In a letter to No 10, campaigners say disabled people are being 'forgotten' in virus recovery plans.
Why are some dentists able to carry out work on private patients which they are not allowed to do on the NHS?
The National Cyber Security Centre warns that universities face a rising wave of cyber-attacks.