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UK consumers will soon be able to sell back used items with the aim of reducing waste.
Struggling shops warn they may have to shut if business rates are brought back at the Budget.
The papers focus on new rules to be announced later which will let teachers decide exam grades in England.
The England striker spoke about growing up in poverty as he campaigned for free school meals.
Using World Health Organization measures, it is possible to chart Scotland's progress in tackling Covid-19.
Little progress made to safeguard children taught at home in Wales despite a child dying, review says.
Keane family says they're delighted to be able to put an Irish message on their mother's gravestone.
Vauxhall's parent company has previously said its fate depends on the government's commitment to the car industry.
The education secretary sets out £700m to help pupils in England catch up on missed time in school.
Health Minister Robin Swann says "durable foundations" are needed before NI can exit lockdown.


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