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Cosla chief Alison Evison says councils face having to cut services and hike taxes to balance the books.
The former Tory says his defection to Labour took "many months" of thought.
End of work-from-home guidance a boost for hospitality, while nightclubs welcome scrapping of covid passes.
Ben John, who was told to read Austen and Shakespeare, has his original suspended sentence quashed.
The BBC's consumer affairs correspondent, Colletta Smith, breaks it down.
The family of D-Day veteran Harry Read, who parachuted into Normandy, pays tribute.
Bury residents react after one of their MPs Christian Wakeford defects from the Tories to Labour.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
The former cabinet minister joins calls for Boris Johnson to stand down, as a Tory MP defects to Labour.
A man who was discharged from the military for being gay tells how it inspired his fight for change.
The man was among 11 people in a vehicle and trailer that fell into a river, police say.
York Racecourse confirms it has applied to rebrand its prestigious Duke of York Stakes competition.
England's children's commissioner says she will "go out and find" those not on school rolls.
The UK's cost of living surged by 5.4% in the 12 months to December, hitting its highest level since 1992.
Kyrell Matthews, aged two, was found in cardiac arrest and died at a house in south London in 2019.
Various restrictions in England, including the recommendation to work from home, will be lifted.
Stephen Crabb says reports of rule breaking left him 'genuinely let down'.
The veteran Conservative backbencher has dramatically called for Boris Johnson to resign.
Boris Johnson faces increasing pressure over events held at No 10 during lockdown.
Irish police are questioning a man about withholding information over the killing of Ashling Murphy.