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BBC apologises over racial slur used in news report
Director general Tony Hall apologises a day after Radio 1Xtra DJ Sideman quit over use of the slur.
UK weather: Coastguard issues new warning after busiest day in four years
It comes as many enjoy another hot day, with forecasters predicting highs of 35C in southern England.
Coronavirus: Moral duty to get all children back in school - Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson wants schools in England to be the last sector to close in any future local lockdowns.
Coronavirus: Redundancy 'stressful and upsetting'
A Freedom of Information request shows a rapid rise in firms in June saying they were cutting staff.
Coronavirus: Fix contact tracing or shut pubs, Mayor Andy Burnham says
Greater Manchester's mayor says the Covid test-and-trace system needs to be "fixed urgently".
Simon Cowell breaks back falling from electric bike
The 60-year-old star, who is reported to be "doing fine", is undergoing surgery in Los Angeles.
Coronavirus: Pret a Manger to cut staff hours
The sandwich chain has asked staff to work 20% fewer contracted hours due to the pandemic.
Bid to find owners of 118 'stolen' bikes found in Hackney
The bicycles were discovered during a search of a building in Hackney.
Gandhi's glasses left in Bristol auctioneer's letterbox
Auctioneers say the spectacles' owner had no idea they could be sold for more than £15,000.
Coronavirus: Has Covid-19 made more people want to be their own boss?
More people have inquired about going self-employed since the pandemic, a business federation says.
Coronavirus: How to stay cool in a face mask as hot UK weather forecast
Temperatures are forecast to top 30C in some parts of the UK this weekend. Perhaps it is not the time you want to be partially covering your face.
Virus cases 'may be levelling off' in England, figures suggest
After a low in cases at the end of June, the ONS estimated infections had been rising slightly in July.
Coronavirus: Nurse who ignored pain has leg amputated
Sette Buenaventura ignored cramp in her calf to continue working but later found she had cancer.
Coronavirus: NHS England scales back private sector deal
A deal in which NHS England had access to 92% of private hospitals beds will come to an end.
Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?
Belgium, Bahamas and Andorra are the latest places from where people must quarantine on arriving in the UK.
Coronavirus: What am I allowed to do in the hot weather this weekend?
Hot weather is expected across the UK this weekend, but how do you stay within the rules?
'An afternoon tea turned into our surprise wedding'
The wedding was sprung on guests wearing jeans and t-shirt at a family gathering in Scotland.
Coronavirus: How fishing trade transformed to survive lockdown
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing the fishing industry to diversify to stay in business.
Norfolk lockdown band links up with James Bond composer and other 'stars'
Todd Sharpville says he is working with top singers and film composer David Arnold.
Why are migrants crossing the English Channel?
Rising numbers of migrants are trying to cross the English Channel in dinghies and other small boats.
UK weather: Beaches busy as hot weather continues
Sun-lovers flock to the seaside as temperatures top 34C in south-east England.
Black Lives Matter: Campaign for black businesses has been 'extraordinary'
A campaign to support businesses run by black people has had an "extraordinary effect" on sales.
UK immigration: At sea with migrants crossing the Channel
The BBC's Simon Jones encounters a boat full of migrants who have succeeded in reaching UK waters.
Screen-time messages designed to decrease phone use
A new project encourages adults to communicate more with their kids and focus less on their devices.
Firefighters tackle wildfire on Chobham Common in Surrey
Aerial footage from the area shows the scale of the fire.
Three arrests as teen killed in West End
Jeremy Menesses died after he was stabbed on Market Place near to London's Oxford Street.
Coronavirus in Scotland: Care home residents to be allowed more visitors
Residents will be allowed up to three outdoor visitors at a time from Monday, ministers announce.
PSNI officers 'seriously hurt' in west Belfast attack
Twenty-nine police officers were injured at a bonfire removal after youths threw petrol bombs and masonry.
Coronavirus: Government 'may question mass gatherings advice'
Welsh Government refused to call off Wales-Scotland rugby match saying there was no need to do so.
Coronavirus: Tesco Swindon store staff test positive
The store says the workers are self isolating and it is following government advice.