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The body positivity movement has taken over social media and forced the diet industry to reinvent itself, but not all feel included.
What we've learned from watching our other halves work from home during the coronavirus lockdown.
The South East will be badly hit initially, but other areas will face a painful recovery, says a report.
British sprinter Bianca Williams and her partner accuse the Metropolitan Police of racial profiling and acting violently towards them.
The government pledges £111m for schemes in England to get young people into work.
The money will help protect the futures of theatres, galleries and music venues in the UK.
Arlene Foster says the motion sends "clear signal there cannot be toleration for double standards".
Jeffrey Epstein accuser says "Prince Andrew should be panicking" after Ghislaine Maxwell arrest.
Applause rings out across the UK to pay tribute to NHS staff on the 72nd anniversary of the health service.
Sir Simon Stevens tells the BBC the Covid-19 crisis has shone a "very harsh spotlight" on the sector.