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"The N-word was shouted at me from passing cars" - life growing up as a black child in Cornwall.
Police, teachers and community leaders have put forward their hopes for change in Bristol.
Beep, Peep and Meep started life on a supermarket shelf but will now live with Charli Lello's chickens.
From Monday all non-essential shops are allowed to reopen in England.
A woman says a swastika daubed on her garage is a reminder of "the importance of Black Lives Matter".
It is thought 10,000 people joined a march through the city in support of Black Lives Matter.
The leaked report by Public Health England says factors such as racism may contribute to increased risks.
Only essential shops such as those selling food and medicine can open in Scotland at present.
The moment Rita Kenyon sees her three grandchildren for the first time in weeks is caught on camera.
Many people will reunite with loved ones on Saturday, as lockdown rules ease for those who live alone.
Sophie Watson is one of at least two women shoved into the water near Birmingham university.
Hundreds of people stage peaceful protests two towns in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The war-time leader's granddaughter says the statue may be safer in a museum if protests continue.
Cancer patient Oliver Stephenson and his dad James are reunited with their family after six weeks.
The monarch's official birthday was marked with a pared-down military ceremony at Windsor Castle.
The episode will now carry a warning about "potentially offensive content and language".
Young people in NI describe grief, fear and opportunity during the coronavirus lockdown.
From violence caught on video to coronavirus inequalities, what is making protesters react so strongly?
The Smiths, from Aberdeen, were on a round-the-world trip but have now been in South Asia since March.
Christina Menzies was killed at the age of 16 after leaving a disco at an RAF base in Germany in 1993.