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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Saturday morning.
Swimmers get ready to go back to the pool but the rules will be very different to before.
A 24-hour helpline and training on how to call out inappropriate behaviour are part of the plans.
Fraud and error could cost the government between £1.3bn and £7.9bn, a think tank estimates.
Labour urges the government not to leave regions behind after the PM promised to "level up" the country.
The family of the teenager who died in Malaysia in August last year have campaigned for an inquest.
GCSE and A-level students in England could get poor grades due to bias from teachers, say MPs
The papers cover the PM urging people to wear face coverings in shops and return to work if they can.
The last surviving Italian PoW to have been held in Orkney recalls the importance of football for those in the camps.
As the lockdown is extended in the city, how is it affecting the most isolated residents?