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Covid-19: 'Too early to say' what Christmas rules will be says minister
Environment Secretary George Eustice says people "may not be able to get together in larger groups".
Claire Parry death: PC Timothy Brehmer jailed for manslaughter
Timothy Brehmer and Claire Parry had a secret relationship for more than 10 years, his trial heard.
Covid: Nottinghamshire to enter tier 3 from Friday
The entire county is now set to move into the top tier of Covid-19 restrictions at the same time.
Kim Kardashian West mocked for 'humble' birthday party on private island
The reality star is accused of being "tone deaf" for posting photos of her family's lavish trip.
The Countdown: YouTuber Cammie Scott, Sarah Cooper and Trumphernalia
Election news in four sentences and a YouTuber talks kindness with Joe Biden's granddaughter.
Coronavirus: Germany and France to decide on new lockdowns
While Germany is planning a "lockdown light", France is deciding new measures too.
Comic Relief will stop sending celebrities to Africa
The charity will also stop using images of starving people or ill children in its fundraising show.
Great Barrier Reef: Scientists find reef taller than Empire State Building
Standing 500m (1,640ft) tall, the "blade-like" reef was found off Australia's far north.
Black men 'stopped and searched by Met over fist bump'
A review of the Met's use of stop-and-search powers finds "much room for improvement".
Covid in Scotland: 78 patients sent to care homes after testing positive
A report reveals 78 patients who had tested positive were sent to care homes in the early weeks of the pandemic.
Lily Allen: 'Women masturbating in a relationship isn't wrong'
The singer says women should stop feeling ashamed talking about self-love.
Mum, Dad, money and me
Many people find talking about money awkward, particularly with their parents - so how do their views differ?
Newspaper headlines: Second wave warning and 'tragedy in the Channel'
Warnings the second wave of Covid could be more deadly and the death of four migrants lead the papers.
Coronavirus: Inside Altnagelvin Hospital's battle with Covid-19
The BBC is given exclusive access to Altnagelvin Hospital in Londonderry, one of the busiest in the UK.
‘Shops refusing cash left me unable to buy basics’
The cash system is being threatened by some shops not accepting cash, says Consumer group Which?
Police officer raiding illegal cockfight gets killed by rooster
Lt Christine Bolok was struck by a gaffed rooster on his left thigh, slicing his femoral artery.
Danny and Dani Dyer launch new podcast to solve your problems
The father and daughter spoke to the BBC's Colin Paterson about their new podcast.
Black History Month: ‘People are afraid to say the wrong thing’
Pioneering black women in the arts talk about diversity and their struggles to get to the top.
Viral photo sparks concerns about Indonesia's 'Jurassic Park'
The viral image has raised questions about the conservation impact on the animal native to Indonesia.
Ballet surprise for young cancer patient Izzy Fletcher
Five-year-old Izzy is treated to a performance by her doctors as she undergoes leukaemia treatment.
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