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When the government eases restrictions, how will social and work life be different?
Prof Neil Ferguson, who advised ministers on coronavirus, says he "made an error of judgement".
Ann Clwyd argues against "blanket ban" on over-70s involvement in easing of virus restrictions.
The 100-year-old fundraiser joins the Queen and David Attenborough in receiving the accolade.
The government is prioritising UK nationals on repatriation flights from countries on lockdown.
UK government advisors say post-pandemic recovery funds should go to firms reducing carbon emissions.
The Soundabout Inclusive Choir is helping to overcome the isolation felt by some people with special needs.
The news that the UK has the highest number of coronavirus deaths in Europe features in Wednesday's papers.
Scientists are tracing infections by analysing sewage samples from water treatment works.
The figure of 29,427 deaths is "a massive tragedy", the foreign secretary says, but steers clear of comparisons.