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New homes to get 'automatic' planning permits

The housing secretary says “unlocking land” for development will create thousands of jobs. Details...

Conservative MP arrested on suspicion of rape

Police say the allegations relate to four separate incidents alleged to have taken place over six months. Details...

Did UK Special Forces execute unarmed civilians?

New evidence suggests some of the UK's most elite troops had a policy of killing unarmed men. Details...

Nasa SpaceX crew return: Astronauts set for ocean splashdown

Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken's SpaceX capsule will make the first crewed US water landing in 45 years. Details...

FA Cup final 2020: Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea - Aubameyang double secures victory

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores both goals as Arsenal come from behind against Chelsea to win the Heads Up FA Cup for a record 14th time at a near-empty Wembley. Details...

Coronavirus: Pubs 'may need to shut' to allow schools to reopen

A "trade-off" may be needed in England amid a rise in cases, a scientist advising the government says. Details...

Coronavirus: South Africa virus cases pass half million mark

The country has the world's fifth-highest number of infections, and largest tally in Africa. Details...

NHS Spitfire tours south of England hospitals

The Spitfire is touring hospitals around the country throughout summer to say thank you to the NHS. Details...

K-Dogg: Arrests made over Bristol race attack on NHS worker

Two 18-year-old men are arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and the car involved is seized. Details...

Barakah: UAE starts up Arab world's first nuclear plant

The plant's name means "blessing" in Arabic - but the UAE's rivals call it a threat to peace. Details...

Brazil Bolsonaro: Facebook told to block accounts of president's supporters

The social media giant vows to appeal against the Brazilian Supreme Court ruling. Details...

Coronavirus: Thousands protest in Germany against restrictions

The marchers say face masks and other measures violate their rights Details...

Coronavirus: Russia plans mass vaccination campaign in October

The health minister says clinical trials are over and doctors and teachers will be vaccinated first. Details...

The Papers: 'Tory MP arrested' and PM urged to stop 'chaos'

Confusion over Boris Johnson's coronavirus plan features on some of Sunday's front pages. Details...

An underwater webcam in the port of Miami has become a lockdown sensation.

An underwater webcam in the port of Miami has become a lockdown sensation thanks to its tailless star 'Oval'. Details...

Re-learning how to walk 289 days after surviving a deadly virus

Mekala Osborne, 22, wasn't expected to live. Now she’s learning to walk again. Details...

FIRE: The people trying to retire as early as possible

Meet the extreme savers who live for an end of the nine-to-five. Details...

Boys' lemonade stand raises thousands for Yemen crisis

Best friends, Ayaan and Mikaeel, aged six, want to help children suffering in the Yemen crisis. Details...

Coronavirus lockdown: Ditching conventional living for a van

Have a look at a lockdown DIY project, a musician's live-in transport and a couple's "staycation-mobile". Details...

The rise, fall, and rise of the status pineapple

For a couple of centuries, the British were in an unlikely frenzy for the exotic fruit. Details...

The British role in America's tainted past

Alongside calls for reform, historians say a re-examination of how US racism got to this point is needed. Details...

Melanie C: 'People think I'm mouthy, but I'm really quiet and gentle'

The pop star on being misunderstood, the Spice Girls reunion and how she hates home schooling. Details...

Coronavirus doctor's diary: How gardening could help in the fight against obesity

In Bradford, community schemes offer a novel approach to promoting healthy lifestyles. Details...

Coronavirus: The shielders turning the word 'vulnerable' on its head

As shielding ends for the 'elderly and vulnerable' will the world they are about to be re-enter be less accessible than the one they left four months ago? Details...

My Money: 'My daughter's therapy costs £5,490 each month'

Matt Hitchcock from Singapore takes us through his week during the coronavirus pandemic. Details...

Are US cities seeing a surge in violent crime as Trump claims?

President Trump sends federal agents to some US cities to tackle crime, but is there really a spike? Details...

England stumble to win over Ireland in second ODI - report & highlights

England stumble against Ireland in the second one-day international but win by four wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 series lead. Details...

Lewis Hamilton on pole position for British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton sets the fastest ever lap around Silverstone to beat Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas to pole position at the British Grand Prix. Details...

Bournemouth boss Howe leaves club following relegation

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe leaves the club by mutual consent after their relegation from the Premier League. Details...

'We got complacent' - Chelsea boss Lampard frustrated after FA Cup final defeat

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said his side "can only blame ourselves" after they let an early lead slip to lose the Heads Up FA Cup final 2-1 to Arsenal at Wembley. Details...

FA Cup Final: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's winning goal from every angle

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finishes expertly to score his second goal of the game and put Arsenal 2-1 ahead against Chelsea in the FA Cup final at Wembley. Details...

FA Cup final: Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea - highlights

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores twice as Arsenal come from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 and win the Heads Up FA Cup for a record 14th time. Details...

England v Ireland: Jonny Bairstow smashes 82 as England secure series win over Ireland

Jonny Bairstow equals the record for England's fastest ODI half-century as his brilliant 82 sets up a four-wicket win for England in the second ODI against Ireland at the Ageas Bowl. Details...

Coronavirus in the UK: 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...

Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?

Museums, galleries and cinemas are added to the places where face coverings sgould be worn in England. Details...

Coronavirus: What are the UK's travel rules and which countries can you visit?

New agreements mean people entering the UK from certain countries will not have to quarantine. Details...

Coronavirus: Can I get facial treatment at a beauty salon?

As some lockdown easing is delayed in England, how are customers being kept safe? Details...

Coronavirus: What happens when the furlough scheme ends?

Nine million people have accessed the scheme, which now allows furloughed workers to come back part-time. Details...

Coronavirus lockdown: All you need to know about new measures

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

Coronavirus: Do people still have to shield?

As restrictions lift, you might feel anxious about how to stay safe. Here's what experts advise. Details...

Coronavirus: What does my boss have to do to keep me safe?

Employers in England can now ask people to return to the workplace, but what precautions must they take? Details...

Coronavirus: What are the rules on weddings?

Many weddings were cancelled during lockdown, while some will have to change to meet the new rules. Details...

Coronavirus: What are the new lockdown rules for Greater Manchester?

More than four million people in northern England face new restrictions, but what does a local lockdown mean? Details...

Coronavirus: Can my granddaughters still visit? And other local lockdown questions

Local lockdowns are in force in England, but what are the rules? We answer some of your questions. Details...

Quiz: Can you answer these six basic questions about coronavirus in the UK?

Take this quiz to test your knowledge about coronavirus and the rules and advice about it in the UK 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: How does contact tracing work?

People who have been in close contact with someone found to have Covid-19 are now being traced. Details...

Coronavirus: Am I eligible for a test?

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

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

Social distancing and lockdown rules are changing in England - but what can you now do? Details...

Coronavirus: How many more people are dying?

Why looking at 'excess deaths' reveals Covid-19's true death toll. Details...

Coronavirus: What's happening to free school meals this summer?

The government in England will now provide free school meals vouchers over the summer holidays. Details...

Coronavirus: Why isn't the UK testing travellers on arrival?

Some countries offer a choice - get tested or go into quarantine. Should the UK? Details...

Coronavirus: Where can I go on holiday? A guide to destinations

As people in the UK get the green light to go abroad again, here's a look at what's in store for travellers. 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: How can I use the 'eat out to help out scheme'?

Thousands of venues will take part in a discounting scheme to help boost the hospitality industry. Details...

Coronavirus vaccine: How close are we and who will get it?

The BBC looks at the work needed to create a coronavirus vaccine and when one might be ready. Details...

Coronavirus: When I come back from Spain, will I get paid if I self-isolate?

The 14-day quarantine on travellers arriving from Spain has caused "uncertainty and confusion". Details...

Step-by-step guide to making your own face mask

Our guide to different types of face coverings and step-by-step instructions on how to make them. Details...

Coronavirus: What powers do the police have?

Coronavirus lockdown rules are changing across the UK, but who is responsible for enforcing them? Details...

Coronavirus: False and misleading claims about vaccines debunked

Misinformation about coronavirus vaccine trials has been spreading on social media. Details...

Working from home: How to cut your tax bill

Home workers can claim tax allowances for their lighting, heating and other expenses. Details...

Guinness World Record: Women circumnavigate world on tandem bicycle

Cat Dixon and Raz Marsden achieved it in 263 days, beating the record of 281 days. Details...

Anthony Walker: BBC drama part of his legacy, mother says

The TV drama tells the story of murdered Liverpool student Anthony Walker and the future he deserved. Details...

'Baby shark' drones to help rescue helicopter missions

Remotely controlled aircraft will support coastguard rescue missions for the first time in the UK. Details...

Coronavirus holidays: You're finally abroad, but was it worth it?

Queues for the beach and free drinks from struggling restaurants - what are holidays like now? Details...

Coronavirus: The car boot sale that's back on its feet

How does a post-lockdown rummage work and what have people made of the changes? Details...



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