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Boris Johnson says the public must not let businesses down when they reopen on Saturday. Go to article - Coronavirus: England lockdown easing 'biggest step yet', says PM
Portuguese leaders say the country's exclusion from a list drawn up by the UK government is "absurd". Go to article - Coronavirus: UK government's quarantine-free list 'absurd'
The president promises a tremendous 3 July, but critics fear the event is risky as virus cases rise. Go to article - Mount Rushmore: Trump hosts 4 July celebration event amid criticism
Bricks and other missiles were thrown as officers tried to disperse the gathering in west London. Go to article - White City: Police officers hurt breaking up illegal music event
Landmarks will be lit up blue ahead of a nationwide clap to celebrate 72 years of the health service. Go to article - NHS anniversary: Landmarks to be light up blue in weekend of celebration
Wheelchair-used Ginny Butcher says disabled people in the UK have been abandoned during the pandemic. Go to article - Coronavirus: Why disabled people are calling for a Covid-19 inquiry
Lockdown measures in Wales are still in force as pubs open in England on Saturday. Go to article - Coronavirus: 'Don't rush for a border beer,' police warn
Brazil's president vetoes articles making masks obligatory in shops, churches and schools. Go to article - Coronavirus: Brazil's Bolsonaro waters down law requiring face masks
Hours after Philippe's resignation, an inquiry is launched into the government's handling of Covid-19. Go to article - Edouard Philippe: France's former PM faces probe into Covid-19 response
Britain’s biggest supermarket has reportedly given suppliers until 10 July to agree price cuts. Go to article - Tesco demands supplier price cuts in discount battle
The artist said she wanted "to make people question the Western myth that Jesus had fair hair and blue eyes". Go to article - St Albans Cathedral's black Jesus is a 'bold statement'
Animal rights groups say a ban on the sale of dog meat in Nagaland is a milestone. Go to article - Nagaland dog meat: Animal rights groups hail ban as 'major turning point'
A father who paid £4.99 for his daughter to use a smartphone app was shocked to find a £4,642 bill. Go to article - Dad horrified at £4,642 gaming app bill
The reopening of pubs, bars and restaurants in England dominates Saturday's front pages. Go to article - The Papers: 'Eat out to help out' and PM calls for restraint
The idea that 5G could have health implications isn't new. But conspiracy theories linking 5G with Covid-19 went viral during lockdown. Go to article - The people who think coronavirus is caused by 5G
A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week. Go to article - Week in pictures: 27 June-3 July 2020
As Yo! Sushi prepares to reopen some restaurants in England, it has had to adapt its conveyor belt system. Go to article - Coronavirus: Yo! Sushi adapts conveyor belt system
One rave organiser says he's providing a service that others aren't - and insists he's "proud". Go to article - Coronavirus: Inside the secret Covid rave scene
Monkeys are treated like "picking machines" to harvest 1,000 coconuts a day, an animal rights group says. Go to article - Supermarkets snub coconut goods picked by monkeys
Japan had no lockdown, it has an elderly population - so why haven't more people died from Covid-19? Go to article - Coronavirus: Japan's mysteriously low virus death rate
How can a two-hour choir practice lead to 53 Covid-19 infections? We ask an expert. Go to article - Coronavirus: What makes a gathering a ‘superspreader’ event?
Pubs in England are allowed to reopen from Saturday, but some venues are keeping their doors shut. Go to article - 'We cannot in good conscience open the pub'
As the debate over wearing face masks intensifies, fake exemption cards have gone on sale. Go to article - Coronavirus: Face mask exemption cards and other US claims fact-checked
Lionel Messi is disillusioned with many aspects of life at Barcelona at the moment - and it throws his future at the Nou Camp into doubt. Go to article - Why Messi is fed up at Barcelona - Balague column
Formula 1 officials reject a protest by Red Bull against a controversial steering system on Mercedes' 2020 Formula 1 car. Go to article - Red Bull's Mercedes protest rejected by stewards
Wycombe thrash nine-man Fleetwood in a breathtaking League One play-off semi-final which sees three goals in the first six minutes. Go to article - Wycombe thump nine-man Fleetwood in play-off semi-final
The Rugby Football Union has no plans to change the rules regarding foreign-based players even if Manu Tuilagi was to move abroad. Go to article - Manu Tuilagi: Overseas move would halt England career, says RFU
Ollie Pope top-scores as England's three day intra-squad warm-up match ends in a draw at the Ageas Bowl. Go to article - England intra-squad match: Ollie Pope top-scores for Team Buttler in draw
Billie Jean King says the future for women's tennis is "dynamite" on and off the court thanks to young stars like Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka. Go to article - Future is 'dynamite' for women's tennis with Gauff & Osaka, says King
BBC Sport sets the scene as the Derby and Oaks are held on the same day at Epsom for the first time. Go to article - Epsom Derby: English King, Kameko & Mogul lead runners; Aidan O'Brien seeks record
How will social and work life be different after the easing of more restrictions? Go to article - Coronavirus lockdown: All you need to know about new measures
Pubs and restaurants in England will reopen in July, but do I need to book ahead? Go to article - Coronavirus: What are the new rules when pubs reopen?
New agreements mean people entering the UK from certain countries will not have to quarantine. Go to article - Coronavirus: What are the UK's travel rules and which countries can you visit?
Social distancing and lockdown rules are changing in England - but what can you now do? Go to article - Coronavirus: What are social distancing and lockdown rules?
How to keep your guests safe when they come round to visit during a global pandemic? Go to article - Lockdown rules: How to keep your guests safe from Covid-19
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response. Go to article - Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?
Which children are going back to school, and what about the rest? Go to article - Coronavirus: When will schools reopen?
By piecing together statements and claims, we have created a chronology of events. Go to article - Leicester coronavirus outbreak timeline: Who knew what, and when?
Face coverings are compulsory on public transport in England and Scotland. Go to article - Coronavirus: Who should wear a face mask or face covering?
Churches, mosques and other places of worship can open in England from 4 July - but with changes. Go to article - Coronavirus: How will places of worship reopen?
Cases are rising in Texas, Florida, Arizona and California - here's a look at the data and the theories. Go to article - Coronavirus: What's behind alarming new US outbreaks?
Local councils counter online rumours about imminent lockdowns, and what's behind them. Go to article - Local lockdowns: Misleading claims circulate online
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work? Go to article - Coronavirus: What tests are being done in the UK?
A local lockdown has been introduced to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Leicester - but how will it work? Go to article - Coronavirus: How will local lockdowns work?
What do you need to know if you're planning to fly during the Covid-19 pandemic? Go to article - Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?
After six weeks of the restrictions, many aspects of everyday life have been transformed. Go to article - Coronavirus: Eight ways the lockdown has changed the UK
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with. Go to article - Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak
Nine million people have accessed the scheme, which now allows furloughed workers to come back part-time. Go to article - Coronavirus: What does it mean if I've been furloughed by work?
The city is the first to experience a local lockdown as officials try to curb its coronavirus cases. Go to article - Coronavirus: What are Leicester's new lockdown restrictions?
Key maps and charts explain how the virus has impacted markets and businesses around the world. Go to article - Coronavirus: A visual guide to the economic impact
Questions about support bubbles, and other coronavirus topics. Go to article - Can we holiday with another family? And other questions
China and the US both say they have done the most testing for coronavirus - so who's right? Go to article - Coronavirus: Has China or the US tested more?
As the world hits the grim milestone of 10 million confirmed cases, which countries are seeing the biggest rises, and what might be behind them? Go to article - Where in the world are coronavirus cases rising and falling?
Many weddings were cancelled during lockdown, while some will have to change to meet the new rules. Go to article - Coronavirus: What are the rules on weddings?
Recovery from Covid-19 can be a lengthy process, depending on how seriously people get the virus. Go to article - Coronavirus: How long does it take to recover?
Asteroids and comets pose "one of the most significant risks to human civilisation", it is claimed. Go to article - Extinction events: The man helping protect earth
The Bend It Like Beckham director turned the camera on herself and her family for a Netflix film. Go to article - Gurinder Chadha turns lockdown into family film
A 10in stick was removed from Rocky's stomach during an hour-long operation in Southampton. Go to article - Puppy saved after swallowing stick half his size
Coronavirus has presented the Royal Family with a new challenge - will we now see a more informal approach? Go to article - Coronavirus: How the Royal Family is changing in lockdown
Haven't used your car in a while? Here are five tips to help you get going again. Go to article - MOT rules in lockdown: How to get your car out of lockdown