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Data shows weekly wage growth fell for the first time since July 2020 but vacancies hit a new record.
Boris Johnson denies lying to Parliament about a gathering in No 10 garden during the first lockdown.
A hearing is told there is nowhere available in a court building to hear the case next week.
Boris Johnson responds after Dominic Cummings accuses him of lying about a drinks party at No 10.
Malik Faisal Akram, who took four people hostage, was investigated but deemed no longer a threat.
The government wins a legal challenge over a contract awarded to firm run by friends of PM's ex-adviser.
An exclusion zone is in place around Eton on the River Thames to halt the spread of the disease.
What can you expect if you have Covid, and when should you get extra help?
The new TV licence deal will "affect our frontline output", the BBC's director general reveals.
Magistrates in England and Wales will be able to sentence people in cases usually sent to Crown Court.