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"We all hope to be in a position" to allow families to spend Christmas together, a government minister says.
The regulator sets deadlines for refunds to be paid, but the company says it is "98% through the queue".
Some non-urgent surgery will be postponed until at least 6 November, a trust says.
England's centrally contracted players agree to a 15% pay cut for the next 12 months.
The government is urged to label devices like phones, laptops and washing machines to cut waste.
There have been 2,030 confirmed Covid cases in schools since the start of term, says the Public Health Agency.
The amount of retail sales saw a 1.5% rise last month, boosted by DIY and garden items.
Residents must leave the Paragon complex in Brentford after faulty cavity barriers were found.
The National Audit Office spending watchdog says a scheme designed to protect jobs was open to abuse.
Charity FareShare has named a new warehouse after the footballer's mother, Melanie.