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Coronavirus: Test and trace system will start on Thursday
Anyone coming into close contact with infected people in England will be told to isolate.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson urges UK to 'move on' from Cummings row
The PM rules out an inquiry into the conduct of his top aide at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.
Vietnamese migrant deaths in UK lorry spark 26 arrests
Police in Belgium and France detain 13 people in an operation prompted by the deaths of 39 migrants.
Blackburn shooting: Six in court over Aya Hachem death
Six people are accused of murdering Aya Hachem, who died when shots were fired from a passing car.
Sally Challen: Abused wife entitled to killed husband's estate
Sally Challen, who killed her husband Richard with a hammer, can inherit his estate, a judge rules.
Brighton vicar 'disappointed' over lockdown fine review
The Reverend Martin Poole questioned fines issued to families amid the row over Dominic Cummings.
Coronavirus: Nike conference kilt-fitter 'developed symptoms'
The 43-year-old says she was not contacted after the Covid-19 outbreak in Edinburgh in February.
Newsnight 'breached BBC impartiality guidelines' with Cummings remarks
Presenter Emily Maitlis said "the country can see" Dominic Cummings had "broken the rules".
Letter from Dunkirk soldier arrives 80 years later
Pte Harry Cole wrote the letter to his mother just before he was killed but it never made it back.
Thick black smoke seen as Wrexham landfill site burns
Firefighters began tackling the blaze after being called at 19:10 BST.
No decision on all primary years back to school
Schools minister challenged by MPs over whether all primary years in England will go back next month.
Coronavirus: MP says he was 200 miles away after party claims
Rob Roberts says he was in London but his family "had been reminded" of the government's lockdown rules.
Coronavirus: Evening update as PM rules out Cummings inquiry
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.
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.
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?
Coronavirus: One week in one hospital
The BBC has been given unprecedented access to a hospital in the heart of London, for one week.
Coronavirus: How childminders are caring for children in their own home
'Lots of soap' is crucial, say childminders who have stayed open for key workers' children.
Maximus Meadows: Memorial cattery for rescue cat internet star
Stray cat Maximus touched many hearts when he was rescued from the streets of Sandwell in November.
Coronavirus: Parents of disabled children 'cut off and ignored'
Lockdown has left many families with disabled children feeling isolated and without support.
Coronavirus: 'I made a ventilator from a coffee machine'
Businessman Ross Hunter has reached the finals of a global challenge to create a low-cost ventilator.
How do you ease your dog out of lockdown?
Has your dog enjoyed your working from home too much? Separation anxiety could be an issue as the lockdown is lifted.
Coronavirus: What's the future for the office?
As companies hint at more home-working, how could our work culture be about to shift?
Coronavirus: How a hospital and its community copes with death
How one of London’s Asian communities and its hospital copes with death during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ministry of Silly Walks comes to Sonning during lockdown
Residents of Sonning have been re-enacting a classic comedy sketch in their village's quiet streets.
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.
Coronavirus: Matt Hancock outlines new isolation guidelines
From Thursday, those who have been contacted by the NHS will be asked to isolate, even if they do not have symptoms.
Coronavirus: Everyone in the UK is now eligible for a test
The Health Secretary has announced everyone with coronavirus symptoms is now eligible to be tested.
The Papers: Test-and-trace 'revolution' and MPs 'fume' on Zoom
Thursday's newspapers look at a new NHS tracing scheme and share the latest on the Dominic Cummings row.
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.
Coronavirus: Welsh Government not considering local lockdown measures
This contrasts with what UK government health secretary Matt Hancock has announced for England.