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Updated: 3 hours 2 min ago
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Jigukumar Sorthi attacked Bhavini Pravin at her home after her parents called off their wedding.
The piece of fruit was delivered to Mark D'arcy-Smith's table at a Wetherspoon pub in Bromley.
Boris Johnson says the government is doing "everything in our power" to prevent another lockdown.
Downing Street confirms that Lord Keen has resigned as Scotland's advocate general.
Richard Morris, the British High Commissioner to Fiji, was last seen running in Hampshire in May.
A council has urged people only to turn up at the walk-through facility if they have an appointment.
Facing "unsustainable" absences, teachers say the government has not kept its promises on testing.
Schools in England can now order testing kits from the NHS directly, says the education secretary.
The emergency measure is implemented as freight vehicles queue up to enter the Port of Dover.
As Rhondda Cynon Taf joins Caerphilly in lockdown, how do restrictions differ to the rest of Wales?
Introducing Covid marshals across England is "unlikely" and "almost impossible", some authorities say.
Families say urgent change is needed to allow greater access to their relatives in care homes.
Gaia Pope's family ask for her inquest to be delayed due to "significant gaps in the evidence".
Maisie, 11, speaks about how a new app funded by the NHS helped her cope as she started a new school.
Thomas Cook returns online only one year after its collapse - we ask former staff for their reaction.
The River Keekle was lined 20 years ago to protect it from pollution but the plastic became the problem.
Richard Burns stops physical contact with family because of his 'extreme vulnerability' to Covid-19.
The government's testing system faces criticism on many of Wednesday's front pages.
Children's entertainers say they are struggling with the new "rule of six" for social gatherings.