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Hundreds of papers on the Guildford and Woolwich pub bombings were retained earlier this year.
More than 200 council-run pools will stay closed despite the easing of lockdown restrictions.
John is one of a growing number of men embarking on fatherhood alone.
A number of homes in the Enniskeen area of the County Armagh town have been evacuated, police say.
Calls are made for a vote before Friday, when new Covid rules stop pubs across Wales serving alcohol.
Three stories of people working in hospitality who have set up new businesses during Covid-19.
Shop prices are falling in the run-up to Christmas as retailers race to clear stock, a report says.
The ailing department store chain is set to close, marking its final chapter after nearly 250 years.
Young people working in retail have been hard hit by the collapse of some of the UK's biggest chains.
The 242-year-old department store is offering huge discounts after it collapsed on Tuesday.
More than a million tests will be sent to care homes in England to allow safe indoor visits.
The news visitors who test negative for Covid can see relatives in care homes makes several front pages.
The restrictions will start at 00:01 GMT, despite 55 Tory MPs voting against the government.
Business owners say contradictory government guidance means they did not know when they could reopen.
The health secretary told MPs his step-grandfather from Liverpool contracted the virus and died in November.
Missing walker's partner says the "prevailing opinion" among police is she is not in the mountains.
Most of its 1,500 staff will be put on furlough while the measures are in force, Brains says.
The three-tier rules will come into force in England from 00:01 GMT on Wednesday.
A shortlist of six contenders is announced for the 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
After watching the former rugby player's documentary HIV and Me, Gilliyan decided to get tested for the virus.