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A GP in Stroud has been able to vaccinate her father, and see him for the first time since March.
The BBC's Steve Swann looks at the use of UK drill music as evidence in criminal prosecutions.
As recommendations are made to modernise the Mental Health Act, Raf and Ashley reveal their own experiences of being detained under it.
Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden says NHS staff are facing "devastating" abuse from coronavirus sceptics.
A report finds the pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on those already living in poverty.
The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is due before magistrates on Wednesday.
The home secretary says she will back police to enforce virus rules, as another 1,243 die in the UK.
A leaked memo warns several Birmingham hospitals risk being "overwhelmed" by coronavirus patients.
Customers will only be able to collect from Waitrose stores following a "change in tone" from the government.
Roughly 5-10% of people have symptoms for three months or more.