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Rishi Sunak is cutting VAT on hospitality and tourism, but how does the tax work?
Seventy members of staff from Hillingdon Hospital in west London are self-isolating.
Hairdressers and pubs are open again but beauty salons are not. Are they being taken less seriously?
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces a new policy to reward businesses who bring workers back from furlough.
The advice is contained in a document that Stormont ministers are due to discuss on Thursday.
Dame Cressida Dick also says a senior officer will review the Met's handcuffing practices.
Nurseries have not been able to offer as many spaces during the coronavirus pandemic, although fewer children have needed places.
The £2bn pledge for the young unemployed will be part of the chancellor's proposals outlined on Wednesday.
Some parents have been reduced to tears over the strain of home-schooling, say campaigners.
Mitchell says he wanted to "outwit" the difficulty as he launches his new novel about a 60s band.
A report says the approach was "flawed" and care home deaths now account for 28% of Wales' total.
Some schools say additional funding is needed to help all pupils to return after summer.
Coronavirus crisis support for young people and the Hollywood star's libel trial lead the papers.
We speak to the man who created the character of Villanelle, author Luke Jennings.
The letter, also signed by Malcolm Gladwell and Gloria Steinem, denounces "a vogue for public shaming".
Research has shown an estimated million children have no adequate access to devices or the internet.
A review finds patients were too often dismissed and disbelieved when they raised safety concerns.
There are questions over whether the Joint Biosecurity Centre has the expertise needed for the job.
Olivia Shannon is planning to do weekly clean-ups after learning about the danger of plastic waste.
Snail shells found in the soil at the Cerne Abbas Giant suggest it may date to medieval times.