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The BBC speaks to pupils, staff and parents at a school as they ready for in-person learning again.
Speaking to Joanna Gosling, the Dragon's Den entrepreneur explains why companies have to get used to a new normal.
Lisa Dawn Fisher, 31, admits charges of assaulting emergency workers at a flat in Scarborough.
A batch of high-grade masks may not meet the right safety standards, the government says.
The Duke of Edinburgh is responding to treatment and is "comfortable", Buckingham Palace says.
Having to show a certificate to go to a pub raises "deep and complex issues", Boris Johnson says.
The prime minister has announced a plan for how the lockdown will be lifted in England.
The health body for Wiltshire apologises and says it has a plan in place to vaccinate her soon.
The stay at home rule could be lifted on 5 April, with the economy starting to reopen later in the month.
Three cases are found but the Department of Health says the risk of transmission is low.