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The trust running hospitals in Leeds expects an increase in intensive care patients in the coming days.
Andy Burnham announces a new business-help scheme and is moving "beyond the arguments of recent days".
The graves were "vandalised overnight" in an attack that left Liverpool City Council "appalled".
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
Twitter users criticised the BBC because the trailer did not name his murder victim Reeva Steenkamp.
A search and rescue operation is continuing after a boat carrying migrants sank off the French coast.
The defence worker denies breaking the Official Secrets Act by sharing details of UK weapons.
The millions of people whose data it is selling on must now be informed, says the UK watchdog.
Tony Blair said he was aware of abuse allegations but there had not been any charges.
A further 12 deaths are reported which are connected with Covid-19 outbreaks at hospitals.