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Boris Johnson apologises after failing to clarify the detail of new tighter coronavirus restrictions. Go to article - Boris Johnson 'misspoke' over North East Covid restrictions
UN chief António Guterres calls it "an agonising milestone" as the fight to stem the virus continues. Go to article - Coronavirus: Global Covid-19 death toll passes one million
Boris Johnson said funding changes are required to help people find jobs in the post-Covid economy. Go to article - Covid: PM promises 'radical' shake-up of adult education
Face-to-face lessons could end early so students have time to isolate ahead of Christmas break. Go to article - Students home for Christmas with end of term online
Officials in England say there will be enough stock to protect the vulnerable, but some will have to wait. Go to article - Flu jab waits and delays amid high demand
A first test flight has been carried out in the Lake District. Go to article - Jet suit paramedic 'could save lives'
The Mail on Sunday wins the latest fight in the case over the publication of a letter she wrote to her father. Go to article - Duchess of Sussex: Meghan and Harry book can be used in privacy case
The PPS says the "available evidence is insufficient to provide a reasonable prospect of conviction". Go to article - Bloody Sunday: No further charges against former soldiers
New director general Tim Davie also says he will "take people off Twitter" if necessary. Go to article - Tim Davie: BBC boss 'prepared to fire stars who break impartiality rules'
Armenia says its fighter jet was shot down by Turkey in Armenian air space, a claim Turkey denies. Go to article - Armenia says its fighter jet 'shot down by Turkey'
The tech giant launches a palm scanner for secure payments and other biometric checks. Go to article - Amazon One: Palm scanner launched for 'secure' payments
The 19-year-old woman died after fighting for her life in a hospital for two weeks. Go to article - Hathras gang rape: India victim's death sparks outrage
The star recalls her experiences with racism and domestic violence in a revealing and frank memoir. Go to article - The Meaning Of Mariah Carey: Six revelations from the singer's memoir
His hope for the future of the planet lies in the hands of children, so what do they want to ask him? Go to article - Sir David Attenborough gets quizzed by kids after plea to world leaders to save nature
The British actress says Boseman took a pay cut in order to raise her salary on the film 21 Bridges. Go to article - Chadwick Boseman gave some of his 21 Bridges salary to co-star Sienna Miller
She joins the ITV celebrity skating show and speaks about her row with Coleen Rooney. Go to article - Dancing on Ice 2021: Rebekah Vardy joins line-up
Sophia Smith-Galer explains why President Trump shifted his position on banning new downloads of the app. Go to article - TikTok Ban: How did TikTok stay online in the US?
Tam McCue, 64, spent nearly two weeks on a ventilator after he was diagnosed with coronavirus in April. Go to article - Covid ICU survivor: 'I have come out the other end'
The South Korean K-pop group will become multi-millionaires after their label Big Hit goes public. Go to article - BTS to become multi-millionaires after label goes public
Dublin's first Lord Mayor of Chinese heritage reveals the racism she and her family have faced. Go to article - Dublin Lord Mayor: Hazel Chu and her Chinese heritage
The scientists behind a microscopic "walking" robot hope their tech could one day be used against cancer. Go to article - Scientists create a microscopic robot that ‘walks’
Theresa is one of the first women from her community of tea pickers in Sri Lanka to go to university. Go to article - From tea fields to university in Sri Lanka
Former Scottish rugby player Dean Nicholson met a lifelong friend as he cycled around the world. Go to article - The cat who hitched a lift on a worldwide tour
We track some of the key moments in the spread of Covid-19 around the world. Go to article - Covid-19: Milestones of the global pandemic
A collection of your tributes to some of the thousands of people in the UK who have died with coronavirus. Go to article - As death toll passes 1m, your tributes to those who died
Many have struggled to get to grips with working from home, but would surveillance technology help? Go to article - 'I monitor my staff with software that takes screenshots'
Potential election chaos will play out on social media, and Big Tech is worried. Go to article - US 2020 election: Social media's nightmare scenario
Criminals are targeting loans designed to help small firms stay afloat in the coronavirus pandemic. Go to article - Coronavirus: 'My name was used to steal a government Covid loan'
A number of new rules have been introduced for pubs and restaurants, but why? Go to article - Covid rules: What's the evidence for 10pm pub closing time?
The Chinese artist and dissident says the West should have worried about China decades ago. Go to article - Ai Weiwei: 'Too late' to curb China's global influence
BBC One drama Life follows residents of Manchester whose lives intertwine unexpectedly. Go to article - Life: Doctor Foster spin-off explores 'loneliness in big cities'
The music industry is trying to clamp down on the latest form of music piracy known as stream-ripping. Go to article - 'If you steal music, you aren't a real music fan'
Heather Watson is unable to prolong British interest in the French Open singles after losing her first-round match to France's Fiona Ferro. Go to article - Watson defeat ends British presence in French Open singles on day three
Fulham boss Scott Parker says Tony Khan's Twitter apology for the performance in Monday's 3-0 defeat by Aston Villa was "not helpful". Go to article - Khan apology for Villa performance 'not helpful', says Fulham boss Parker
Former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer looks at five lessons we can learn from the Russian GP. Go to article - 'Hamilton simply punished for breaking rules and a bad track gives a bad race' - Palmer column
Mick Schumacher is one of three Ferrari academy drivers who will be given Formula 1 race weekend debuts in forthcoming races. Go to article - Mick Schumacher set for F1 race weekend debut
The new handball rule is a "massive problem" and "something has to change", says Tottenham defender Eric Dier. Go to article - 'New handball rule a massive problem' - Spurs' Dier on controversial penalty
Ryan Fraser and Ryan Porteous are named in a 26-man Scotland squad for the Euro 2020 play-off semi final against Israel at Hampden next week. Go to article - Fraser & Porteous in Scotland squad for Euro 2020 play-off
Essex say there needs to be more education on diversity after Muslim player, Feroze Khushi, was sprayed with alcohol during celebrations. Go to article - Essex say celebrations did not reflect 'inclusive values' after Muslim player sprayed with alcohol
More areas of South Wales are set to face extra restrictions. Go to article - Covid rules: How much of the UK is now under some sort of lockdown?
The grim milestone is reached with the virus spreading fast in India and picking up again in Europe. Go to article - Covid-19: Tracking the outbreak, as deaths pass one million
Step-by-step, what to do to help prevent the spread of the virus. Go to article - Coronavirus: Simple guide to staying safe
What are your rights if your tuition or accommodation has been affected by the pandemic? Go to article - Covid: Can students get a refund from their university?
A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms that mean you may have coronavirus. Go to article - Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area. Go to article - How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?
The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the working lives of the under-25s. Go to article - Employment: Seven ways the young have been hit by Covid
Key holiday spots are being regularly added to the travel quarantine list as infection rates rise. Go to article - UK travel restrictions: Which countries are on the UK's quarantine list?
If you are told to self-isolate, how long must you do it for, and what are the rules? Go to article - Covid: What is self-isolation and who has to do it?
An NHS contact tracing app has finally been launched in England and Wales. We answer some of your questions. Go to article - Coronavirus: Will the new Job Support Scheme help me? And other questions
People who have been in close contact with someone found to have Covid-19 are being traced. Go to article - Coronavirus: How does Covid-19 test-and-trace work?
The government has announced a job support scheme for when furlough ends. Go to article - Job Support Scheme: How is furlough changing?
The simple but crucial number at the heart of lockdown decisions across the UK. Go to article - Coronavirus: What is the R number and how is it calculated?
What are European countries doing to control new coronavirus outbreaks? Go to article - Europe lockdown: New coronavirus rules country-by-country
How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back? Go to article - Coronavirus: Where do governments borrow money?
A voicemail app makes it easier to speak to family members in prison, as one young woman found when her mum was jailed. Go to article - Voicemail from prison: How a mum and daughter rebuilt their relationship