BBC News - UK
Updated: 14 hours 32 min ago
Thursday's papers look ahead to how the government might lift the lockdown restrictions.
Boris Johnson will chair his cabinet, after suggesting some restrictions could be eased from Monday.
New mothers are missing out on support for their babies amidst lockdown restrictions.
"We had to leave all our shopping," a mother tells BBC News.
People from the travelling community say they are struggling to access water, electricity and sanitation.
Campaigners want veterans who have moved abroad to have their right to a full pension restored.
Coronavirus means people are marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day from their own homes.
Almost half a million people are at "high risk" of homelessness, local councils warn government.
John Rees, 88, was stabbed to death while shopping in a Co-op supermarket in Rhondda.
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Bicycle shops across the UK say demand for new bikes - and repairs for old ones - is high, and transport policymakers are trying to adjust.
New services aim to prevent some going to hospital where there's a higher risk of catching Covid-19.
Joan and Don, both in isolation, share their VE Day memories as an online choir entertains them.
BBC Reality Check breaks down what is coronavirus testing and why it matters.
A union representing taxi drivers estimates 80,000 "are in danger of becoming destitute" in lockdown.
Many people who started jobs in March cannot get furlough payments despite the scheme being extended.
Specialist school travel company PGL is refusing refunds for cancelled holidays.
Seventy-six dentists will help the sector hardest hit by the virus; students will work in pharmacies.
Debenhams will permanently close more stores, after failing to agree new terms with some landlords.
Demand for milk has dropped with the closure of cafes and restaurants during the coronavirus crisis.