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Updated: 2 hours 46 min ago
Excitement, relief and cocktails flowed as bars and non-essential shops reopened in Liverpool.
Ministers meet a target of inviting the top nine priority groups to receive the vaccine by 15 April.
Usha Mistry has very limited sight and is worried about moving around London as lockdown eases.
Thousands of viewers contacted the BBC to say they felt the amount of coverage was excessive.
NHS Test and Trace says 44 cases of the South African variant in two areas is "significant".
UK ministers wants the Supreme Court to rule on whether aspects of the bills are beyond Holyrood's powers.
Police charge a 46-year-old man over the death of Egle Vengaliene.
Shane Gilmer died in hospital and his pregnant partner was "shot in the head", an inquest hears.
The ex-prime minister's post-Downing Street business career is coming under increased scrutiny.
BBC Weather presenter, Owain Wyn Evans, explains the chilly temperatures and teaches us a new word.
Nearly 1.6m people have had a first dose of Covid vaccine, figures show.
The former Labour cabinet minister was part of the 'Gang of Four' who quit the party to form the SDP.
Northern Ireland is the last part of the UK to lift the rule, but people will be told to "stay local".
Footfall doubles as queues form outside branches of Primark, JD Sports and TK Maxx.
Prince William says the duke was "extraordinary" while Prince Harry says he was the "legend of banter".
An obituary of the former Labour cabinet minister, one of the SDP "Gang of Four" who became a Lib Dem peer.