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The driver of the lorry which crashed into a house in Kidbrooke is pronounced dead at the scene.
The government says that the EU is threatening to stop food exports to Northern Ireland.
Relatives share a "moving" personal insight into those who died in the Manchester bombing.
Full names were not published, but people living in care homes are more at risk of being identified.
The Labour leader will not speak in the Commons Brexit debate as he follows coronavirus guidelines.
Scotland's first minister says she has "very serious concerns" about an apparent delay in processing tests.
The firm dismisses claims pubs are "dangerous" after some workers contract the virus after reopening.
An email exchange uncovered by the BBC reveals disharmony in the top ranks of decision makers.
Ashley Banjo says the dance troupe have received "overwhelming" support as well as 21,000 complaints.
Bernadette Walker, 17, was reported missing from Peterborough on 21 July.