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OnlyFans: 'I started selling sexy photos online after losing my job'

The number of people signing up to sell adult content online has spiked during coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus: ‘Lego helped me get out of bed’

Charlotte Tyrer, 25, makes portraits of celebrities to keep herself busy during lockdown. Details...

How to stop your glasses steaming up with a mask on

Three simple tips to stop your glasses fogging up while you shop with a mask or face covering on. Details...

Manicures are back: 'My nails were a wreck'

Nail bars have reopened in England as lockdown restrictions have eased. Details...

Coronavirus: Will women have to work harder after the pandemic?

Women often say they have to work harder to prove themselves than men - will Covid-19 turn back the clock for women's careers? Details...

Coronavirus: Care home residents recreate record covers

Staff at the home came up with the idea to entertain those living there during lockdown. Details...

'Lockdown brought out the workaholic in me'

A personal trainer, an advertising agency worker and a musician share their experiences of burnout. Details...

Worcestershire student joins NHS 111 after death of aunt

Ollie Farquharson, 18, has been working on the NHS 111 call service since the death of his aunt. Details...

Home-schooling during coronavirus: a child's verdict

What do Britain's children think of home-schooling during the Covid-19 pandemic? Details...

Coronavirus: 'Big fat British Asian weddings' forced to slim down

How has the coronavirus pandemic hit the Asian weddings industry in the UK? Details...

Coronavirus: Middlesbrough doctor photographs front-line staff

A hospital doctor photographs colleagues working through the coronavirus pandemic in Middlesbrough. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Overwhelming and emotional' to have mum home

Emma Louise Aiken says it is "just so good" to have her mum home after 26 days in intensive care. Details...

Coronavirus: How stand-up comedians are adapting to online gigs

With many live entertainment venues still closed in the UK, comedians open up about performing online. Details...

Coronavirus: Thousands say debilitating symptoms last 'for weeks'

Thousands of people with Covid-19 report recurring symptoms for far longer than 14 days. Details...

Coronavirus: Your tributes to those who have died

A collection of your tributes to some of the thousands of people in the UK who have died with coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus: The lives lost in a single day

From a young mother to a professional card player: seven people lost to Covid-19 on one day. Details...

How coronavirus tore through Britain's ethnic minorities

Covid-19 has affected Bame people disproportionately. Now they want to know why. Details...

Coronavirus: Remembering 100 NHS and healthcare workers who have died

Doctors, nurses, surgeons and other NHS and healthcare workers have died with coronavirus. Here are their stories. Details...

Coronavirus: One week in one hospital

The BBC has been given unprecedented access to a hospital in the heart of London, for one week. Details...

Coronavirus: Mary Agyapong's husband's agony after pregnant wife dies

The husband of pregnant nurse Mary Agyapong who died from Covid speaks exclusively to the BBC. Details...

Coronavirus: Mal Martin due home after 'miracle' recovery

Mal Martin's family were told there was almost zero chance of survival after he contracted Covid-19. Details...

Coronavirus: Peter Gough died at Oxford hospital after 'lack of PPE'

Emma Gough says hospitals should do more to protect admin staff after her father died. Details...

'It was devastating to watch - it was scary'

Care home staff from the charity MHA look back at the impact of the coronavirus crisis. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Phone apps helped me spend time with my dying mum'

Andrew's mother was dying in hospital under lockdown, so he used technology to spend time with her. Details...

Coronavirus changes how doctors deal with death

Five doctors administering end-of-life care reflect on the current crisis. Details...

How to share your questions, stories, pictures and videos with BBC News

Have you got a good story? BBC News wants to hear from you. Details...

Coronavirus: What questions do you have?

What do you want to know in relation to coronavirus? Details...

BBC Have Your Say on WhatsApp

Audiences can send their news stories to the BBC using the chat app, WhatsApp Details...

Do you have a question for BBC News?

Tell us what issues and stories you think we should be investigating. Details...

Rishi Sunak's Summer statement: 'We've been overlooked'

Under-30s have been hardest hit in lockdown, so what did they think of the chancellor's summer update? Details...

'I'm furious that we can't reopen'

Beauty salons and gyms in England get a date to reopen but some treatments remain blacklisted. Details...

Coronavirus: Why disabled people are calling for a Covid-19 inquiry

Wheelchair-user Ginny Butcher says disabled people in the UK have been abandoned during the pandemic. Details...

Coronavirus: Before and after portraits of haircuts as hairdressers reopen

Before and after portraits as the people of Coventry visit the salon for the first time in three months Details...

Student Abigail McGourlay wins lockdown art competition

The winning painting for the Arts Society's competition shows the artist in her bath with a brew. Details...

Friends embrace 'Super Saturday' as pubs and bars reopen

Six young photographers document an evening out as lockdown measures are eased in England. Details...

Coronavirus: Meet Britain's unlikely key workers

There are many key workers carrying on with jobs that you may not have realised are classified as critical. Details...

How mortgage holidays can affect your ability to borrow

One-sixth of homeowners have taken a mortgage holiday and it could affect their ability to borrow money. Details...

Coronavirus: The UK millennial who refused to quit picking veg

Maddie Yarham worked in the Norfolk fields during lockdown when a job at John Lewis fell through. Details...

100 days of lockdown: How life changed in the town of Telford

What's lockdown been like for personal trainer, a student, a rapper and a semi-pro footballer? Details...

Coronavirus: How lockdown has affected my money

Radio 1 Newsbeat speaks to people who have become richer, poorer and spent more money in lockdown. Details...

Coronavirus: How those missed off the shielding list have fared in lockdown

Transplant patients and some with rare lung diseases were initially missed off the shielding list. Details...

Coronavirus: The people who are still shielding at home

Some 2.2m can stop shielding from the start of August, but are they ready to rejoin the wider world? Details...

Coronavirus: How funerals under lockdown have 'felt incomplete'

Funeral directors, celebrants and mourners discuss how funerals under lockdown have "felt incomplete". Details...

Coronavirus and psychiatric hospitals: 'Staff are scared, patients are scared'

How the pandemic has impacted those living and working in one of England's psychiatric hospitals. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Religion helped me through lockdown'

Radio 1 Newsbeat speaks to people who credit their religion for getting them through the pandemic. Details...

Coronavirus: Tales from the key worker sharp end

During the pandemic, the UK has relied on an army of low-waged key workers. Their diaries reveal the sacrifices they have made. Details...

Coronavirus: They've worked for years, but still miss out on furlough

What's life like for people missing out on government payments during lockdown? Details...

'I'm feeling really anxious about reopening', says B&B owner

Hospitality businesses are ramping up for reopening, but their businesses are set to be different. Details...

Still closed: 'We've been left in limbo really'

Beauticians, gyms and tattoo artists have been let frustrated by the news they must remain closed. Details...

Coronavirus: Milkman goes above and beyond to help isolated customers

During lockdown Tony Fowler has offered help to isolated older customers who have been advised to stay indoors. Details...

Coronavirus: How Brixton is waking up from 'lockdown coma'

From an excited pub manager's overloaded booking site, to a downbeat barber on universal credit in Brixton. Details...

Coronavirus: The Sikh community kitchen feeding thousands

One of the UK's largest Sikh temples has reinvented itself as an emergency food operation. Details...

Coronavirus: Footballers help girl, 10, to 1.7m keepy-uppies

Imogen Papworth-Heidel 10, wants to raise money by doing one keepy-uppy for each UK key worker. Details...

Navajo Nation: The people battling America's worst coronavirus outbreak

The challenges of life in the Navajo Nation have made containing Covid-19 even more difficult. Details...

Nurse's emotional reunion with coronavirus patient

The surprise, virtual meeting brings back strong feelings and memories for the pair. Details...

Coronavirus: Brother and sister hold outdoor weddings on same day

Helen and Michael Dawson married their partners on Monday after lockdown rules were eased. Details...

Coronavirus: Behind the front line at Winchester hospital

The hospital porters, cleaners, caterers and admin staff in close contact with Covid-19 patients. Details...

Pair married for more than 70 years reunited after hospital stay

Mary Humphreys, 88, is now at home with her husband David after the couple were apart for weeks. 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: Calverton teacher inflating happiness during lockdown

Sally Maddison holds a virtual weekly assembly in a different blow-up costume to cheer up children. Details...

Street art thanks NHS staff for tackling coronavirus

Graffiti, murals, chalk drawings, statues and even grass paintings pay tribute to NHS staff. Details...



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BBC News - Science & Environment

Climate change: Siberian heatwave 'clear evidence' of warming

The heatwave would have been almost impossible without human-caused climate change, a study says. Details...

UK electrical waste mountain growing

Households and businesses in the UK are producing 1.45 million tonnes of electrical waste a year. Details...

Desert telescope takes aim at ageing our Universe

A telescope high in the Atacama Desert in Chile enters the debate about the age of the Universe. Details...

Trump weakens environmental law to speed up infrastructure projects

The president hails the changes as "historic", but critics say they are designed to avoid scrutiny. Details...

Nuclear blast sends star hurtling across galaxy

A star has been sent hurtling across the galaxy after undergoing a partial supernova. Details...

'Hope' and ambition drive UAE's Mars mission

The United Arab Emirates is sending a satellite to the Red Planet to study its weather and climate. Details...

Fertility rate: 'Jaw-dropping' global crash in children being born

Nearly every country will see their populations fall as the world has fewer babies. Details...

Natural solutions boosted to help prevent floods

Hollows in the ground to catch and store heavy rain water are among projects that will get cash. Details...

Mythbusters host Grant Imahara dies at 49

He was known for Mythbusters and White Rabbit Project, and made models for the Star Wars prequels. Details...

Winter wave of coronavirus 'could be worse than first'

Modelling suggests there could be a deadly second peak, killing more than 100,000 people in the UK. Details...

Coronavirus: Llamas provide key to immune therapy

Llamas' specially evolved small antibodies are the basis for a coronavirus treatment breakthrough. Details...

Aztec palace's remains uncovered off Mexico City's main Zócalo plaza

The location of ruler Axayácatl's palace was later used by Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés. Details...

OneWeb sale to UK-Bharti group gets court approval

A New York court hearing accepts the plan to pull the OneWeb satellite company out of bankruptcy. Details...

Free home insulation: Too good to be true?

Questions remain over the Green Homes Grant, which aims to make homes more energy efficient. Details...

Climate change: Road plans will scupper CO2 targets, report says

The majority of emissions cuts from electric cars will be wiped out by new road-building. Details...

England's future water supplies at 'serious risk'

MPs warn some regions will run out of water within the next 20 years unless "urgent action" is taken. Details...

Clean energy future 'is vital' - UN chief

The UN Secretary-General tells a meeting that it is "vital" the world moves towards clean energy. Details...

Extinction: One third of all lemurs 'on the brink'

A third of all the lemur species on Earth are "one step from extinction". Details...

Climate change: 'Rising chance' of exceeding 1.5C global target

The chance of breaching one of the Paris accord goals in the next five years has doubled, a study says. Details...

Esa and Nasa line up satellites to measure Antarctic sea-ice

Aligning polar satellites will enable the first ever reliable maps of Antarctic sea-ice thickness. Details...

Siberian Arctic 'up to 10 degrees warmer' in June

The average temperature in the region reached a record high in some area, EU data shows. Details...

Nasa Mars rover Perseverance is attached to rocket

The US space agency's next rover is placed atop of the rocket that will send it to the Red Planet. Details...

Nasa Mars rover: Perseverance launch pushed back again

The launch of Nasa's Mars rover Perseverance is delayed again to 30 July at the earliest. Details...

Key questions about the Perseverance rover

We answer some common questions about the America's Perseverance rover mission to Mars. Details...

Nasa Mars 2020 Mission's MiMi Aung on women in space

At 16, MiMi Aung travelled alone to the US for an education. Now she's a project lead on Nasa's Mars mission. Details...

Nasa's 2020 rover: Can we finally answer the big question about Mars?

The US space agency's next rover will hunt for life's traces among the rocks of the Red Planet. Details...

Nasa's next Mars rover will be called Perseverance

A 13-year-old Virginia student chooses a name for the robot that will search for life on the Red Planet. Details...

Mars mission readies tiny chopper for Red Planet flight

The next US space agency robot to explore the Red Planet will carry a small helicopter with it. Details...

Coronavirus immunity: Can you catch it twice?

Immunity is the crucial question and understanding it will tell us how the pandemic will end. Details...

The perfume makers that can't smell a thing

Perfumers are using AI to create millions of scents, but will it replace the traditional methods? Details...

Coronavirus: How did Florida get so badly hit by Covid-19?

Florida is becoming the new US epicentre - but what's behind the rising case counts? Details...

Coronavirus: Why attitudes to masks have changed around the world

Boris Johnson and Donald Trump both publicly wore face masks for the first time. Why now? Details...

Coronavirus: Escaping to space in lockdown

For those who have felt trapped by lockdown measures, the night sky could offer an escape. Details...

Saving one of the world's rarest antelope

There are fewer than 500 hirola living in the wild, down from thousands just 40 years ago. Details...

Coronavirus: How can we make post-pandemic cities smarter?

Will the "anthropause" brought on by lockdowns make our cities greener, cleaner and quieter in future? Details...

Coronavirus: How to talk about conspiracy theories

Conspiracy theories have thrived during the pandemic - what's the right way to talk to someone who believes them? Details...

Goodall: 'Great hope' chimpanzees can avoid extinction

Wild chimpanzees are under threat from deforestation and the bushmeat trade. Details...

The tech behind Virgin Orbit's mission to space

Marc Cieslak looks at how Virgin Orbit plans to launch its rockets from a plane. Details...

Coronavirus: Is India the next global hotspot?

India's confirmed cases are going up rapidly, but it's not all bad news. Details...

Amazon's Jeff Bezos: The richest person in the world

His wealth is now estimated to be $171bn (£137bn), having made billions during the pandemic. Details...

Robotic scientists will 'speed up discovery'

Robotic scientists could speed up scientific discovery, while human scientists work from home, developers say. Details...

Coronavirus: Testing sewage an 'easy win'

Wastewater analysis could provide localised Covid-19 test results much earlier than at present. Details...



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