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Coronavirus: The inside story of how UK's 'chaotic' testing regime 'broke all the rules'
As Britain sought to assemble its coronavirus testing programme, all the usual rules were broken.
Coronavirus: Ministers urged to 'come clean' after COVID-19 testing regime revelations
Ministers have been urged to "come clean" after Sir Keir Starmer said a Sky News report revealing the confusion over coronavirus test numbers was "very concerning".
Coronavirus: 5,300 jobs go at Boots and John Lewis
High street chain Boots and department store chain John Lewis are cutting a total of more than 5,000 jobs - blamed on the impact of COVID-19.
Coronavirus: COVID-19 is not the only pandemic 'plaguing' African-Americans - and it's getting worse
The doctors in Houston are not the only ones who’ve noticed an alarming number of African-Americans are going down with coronavirus in the Texan city.
BBC to scrap free TV licence for most over-75s in August
Most people aged over 75 will have to start paying for their TV licence from 1 August, the BBC has said.
'Political prosecution': Donald Trump blasts Supreme Court ruling on his tax returns
Donald Trump's tax returns can be seen by a New York prosecutor as part of a criminal investigation into alleged hush-money payments to women who claim they had affairs with the US president, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Ex-MP Charlie Elphicke said alleged sexual assault victim was 'up for it', court hears
Former Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke sexually assaulted a parliamentary worker and later claimed she was "up for it", a court has heard.
Toddler thrown from burning building caught by former American football player
Video footage shows the moment a toddler was caught by a former American football player after being thrown out of a burning building by his mother in Phoenix, Arizona.
Bow crane collapse: Victim named as 85-year-old June Harvey
A woman who died after a 20-metre crane collapsed on houses in east London has been named as 85-year-old June Harvey.
Coronavirus: Scotland's pubs and restaurants can fully reopen next week
Scotland's pubs, restaurants and cinemas will be allowed to open fully next week, as the country moves to phase three in its easing of lockdown restrictions.