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Coronavirus: Lockdown easing to allow groups of six to meet

The PM says groups of up to six people will be able to meet outside in England from Monday. Details...

Dominic Cummings 'might have broken lockdown rules' - police

Boris Johnson says the matter is closed - and prevents scientific advisers from being quizzed about it. Details...

Coronavirus: UK's tenth - and maybe last - clap for carers

People across the UK showed their appreciation for front-line workers for the tenth week in a row. Details...

Coronavirus: How the virus is hitting some harder than others

The BBC’s Clive Myrie meets black and minority ethnic hospital staff and sees the impact the virus is having beyond the ward. Details...

Coronavirus: Evening update as easing of lockdown will allow groups of six to meet

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening. Details...

Coronavirus: Dental practices to reopen from 8 June

Dental practices in England have been told they can reopen from Monday, 8 June. Details...

Hong Kong: US and allies defend 'bastion of freedom'

The joint statement comes as the UK says it could extend visa rights to overseas passport holders. Details...

Premier League: BBC to show live matches when season resumes in June

Four Premier League games will be broadcast, free to air, live on BBC Sport when the season resumes in June. Details...

Virus tracing systems start in England and Scotland

Thousands of contact tracers are tracking down close contacts of people with coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus: Two households 'can meet outdoors next week'

Lockdown is expected to be eased in Wales on Monday, with people likely to be able to meet locally. Details...

About 7% have had coronavirus, says ONS survey

The estimate is based on blood tests on 885 people in England as part of a household survey by the ONS. Details...

Coronavirus: France to reopen cafes, bars and restaurants

Paris is no longer a virus hotspot but will need careful monitoring, PM Edouard Philippe says. Details...

Coronavirus: Is this the final hurrah for clap for carers?

The UK applauds carers on Thursday evening for what the event organiser says could be the last time. Details...

Coronavirus: Professional athletes train in lockdown

Professional and Olympic athletes have had to devise ways to continue their rigorous training. Details...

World's oldest man Bob Weighton dies, aged 112

Bob Weighton from Hampshire "died peacefully in his sleep, from cancer", his family confirms. Details...

Biggest UK solar plant approved

Climate change: Go-ahead for controversial solar farm - the UK's biggest Details...

Martin Scorsese reveals lockdown 'anxiety' and 'relief'

The US film director has made a haunting home video for the BBC about his experience of confinement. Details...

Ministry of Silly Walks comes to Sonning during lockdown

Residents of a Berkshire village have been taking advantage of quiet streets to perform their own silly walks. Details...

Trump and Biden trade barbs over wearing a mask

President Trump and his likely presidential challenger Joe Biden clash over the humble face covering. Details...

Coronavirus lockdown: Trauma therapy for London's homeless

Even though she can't meet them face-to-face, Katherine is still supporting her homeless clients. Details...

Coronavirus: Vending machine mum's perfect money lesson

Nurse Sarah Balsdon bought a vending machine, filled it with snacks, then paid her children for chores. Details...

Birmingham woman in BAME donor campaign has liver transplant

The family of Sunaina Paul, 31, had appealed for more black, Asian and minority ethnic organ donors. Details...

The blind teen who's a favourite to win Britain's Got Talent

Sirine Jahangir, who lost her sight at the age of 10, impressed the celebrity judges at her audition. Details...

Coronavirus: Rugby league returns to Australia despite Covid-19 fears

The 2020 National Rugby League season is resuming, with post-lockdown safety measures. Details...

Rebecca Parker is playing the piano for 100 days

98-year-old Rebecca Parker is playing the piano for 100 days to raise money for the NHS Details...

Coronavirus: Who are the contact tracers and what are they doing?

Doctors, call centre staff and students are some of the 25,000 people chasing Covid-19 cases in England. Details...

Virus racism: 'I was so scared I bought a gun’

Covid-inspired attacks on East Asian people in the US reveal uncomfortable truths about American identity. Details...

Coronavirus: How the advertising industry is changing

A large decline in advertising expenditure is hurting the sector, plus TV channels and newspapers. Details...

Coronavirus: R number 'very similar' across UK

Scientists say there are no significant regional differences in coronavirus rates across the UK. Details...

Coronavirus: Nightmare spreads through Russia's care homes

Carers reveal the hidden spread of Covid-19 and official numbers appear not to tell the whole story. Details...

The High Note: Why Tracee Ellis Ross 'only got better with age'

Tracee Ellis Ross says it's "absurd" that women over 50 have ever been "counted out". Details...

Coronavirus: Inside the pro-China network targeting the US, Hong Kong and an exiled tycoon

A coordinated network of accounts on three social networks has been targeting the Chinese government's critics. Details...

Premier League set to restart on 17 June with Man City v Arsenal and Villa v Sheff Utd

The Premier League is set to restart on 17 June - more than three months after it was suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic. Details...

Domestic cricket season delayed until 1 August because of coronavirus

The start of the domestic cricket season is delayed again, with no matches before 1 August because of the coronavirus pandemic. Details...

Leicester offer long-term deal to Liverpool's Lallana - Friday's gossip

Leicester make a bid for Liverpool's Adam Lallana, five Premier League clubs want Philippe Coutinho, Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid, plus more. Details...

Serie A gets government go-ahead to resume on 20 June

Italy's Serie A will return on 20 June, the country's sports minister confirms. Details...

Scottish racing aims for 22 June restart

Scottish Racing is in talks with the Scottish government about resuming the sport behind closed doors on 22 June. Details...

Dominic Cummings: Fact-checking the row

Senior Conservatives are still questioning adviser's account of driving his family 260 miles during lockdown. Details...

Coronavirus: NHS tracer or potential scammer, how will I know? And other questions

Spotting the difference between NHS contact tracers and scammers - and other questions answered by BBC experts. Details...

Lockdown update: All you need to know about new measures

How will social and work life be different after the easing of some restrictions around the UK? Details...

Coronavirus: What are social distancing and self-isolation rules?

Guidelines to social contact are starting to change across the UK. Details...

Coronavirus: How will contact tracing work in England?

Millions in the UK will soon be asked to monitor who they have been near to combat coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus: What can you do in Scotland from Friday?

After almost 10 weeks of lockdown which restrictions are being eased - and which remain in force? Details...

Dominic Cummings: Did he break lockdown rules?

The UK PM's most senior adviser has responded to accusations that he broke lockdown rules - what did he say? Details...

Coronavirus: What tests are being done in the UK?

What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work? Details...

Coronavirus: When are schools reopening?

Which pupils can expect to be back in classrooms shortly - and what about the rest? Details...

Coronavirus: When will shops open and what will the rules be?

Non-essential shops can reopen in England next month, but will I be able to buy a book or have a haircut? Details...

Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?

Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response. Details...

How to keep safe while shopping in a coronavirus pandemic

From one way systems to not touching everything on the shelves - shopping will look very different. Details...

Coronavirus: Can it affect eyesight?

The prime minister's chief adviser says his vision was affected by coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak

Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with. Details...

Coronavirus: What are the rules on caring for children during lockdown?

A look at the guidance as Downing Street backs Dominic Cummings over his 260-mile lockdown trip. Details...

Dominic Cummings row: The families who stayed away in lockdown

Members of the public have expressed anger after the PM's chief adviser travelled to Durham in lockdown. Details...

Dominic Cummings: Full statement on lockdown row

The PM's chief adviser told a press conference he wanted to "clear up confusion" amid calls for him to resign. Details...

Could you have to pay your bank to save money?

As countries take extreme measures keep the economy afloat, could we see negative interest rates? Details...

Coronavirus: How safe are takeaways and supermarket deliveries?

If coronavirus can be transferred on to surfaces, what are the risks of buying food? Details...

What's the risk on public transport?

Bus and train operators are reducing services and increasing cleaning. Details...

Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?

What do you need to know if you're planning to fly during the Covid-19 pandemic? Details...

Coronavirus: Can children catch and pass on coronavirus?

BBC's Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus. Details...

Coronavirus: Where do governments borrow money?

How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back? Details...

Amazon under threat: Fires, loggers and now virus

How the loss of the Amazon goes beyond deforestation - and what the nine countries that share this natural resource are doing to protect it. Details...



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