BBC News - UK
BBC News - UK
Coronavirus: Labour urges PM to stop 'winging it' over easing restrictions
(02/06/2020 @ 18:54)
The PM is accused of "winging it" by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and risking a new wave of infections.
UK to change immigration rules for Hong Kong citizens if China passes law
(02/06/2020 @ 21:02)
Britain will change its immigration rules for Hong Kong citizens if China passes a new law, the PM says.
Coronavirus: Risk of death is higher for ethnic minorities
(02/06/2020 @ 17:54)
Being black or from an ethnic minority is a "major risk factor" in coronavirus, Matt Hancock says.
ECT depression therapy should be suspended, study suggests
(02/06/2020 @ 19:42)
Health advisory body NICE recommends the use of ECT for some cases of moderate or severe depression.
Coronavirus: Durham County Council accused of 'increasing' deaths
(02/06/2020 @ 12:23)
Durham County Council says it followed national guidelines and refutes the claims.
Supreme Court to rule on 'paedophile hunters' case
(02/06/2020 @ 19:20)
Mark Sutherland was snared after sending explicit pictures to what he believed was a 13-year-old boy.
Clara Amfo praised for emotional anti-racism speech on Radio 1
(02/06/2020 @ 11:39)
The broadcaster spoke candidly about how George Floyd's death affected her mental health.
Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as a treatment
(02/06/2020 @ 19:53)
Hospital patients sick with the virus will be given the drug to see if it can help with their breathing.
Frankie & Benny's owner: Some sites won't reopen
(02/06/2020 @ 17:30)
In an email seen by the BBC, the owner of the restaurant chain says that lockdown has hit trade.
Coronavirus: UK holidaymakers â€˜welcome' in Portugal
(02/06/2020 @ 19:30)
Portugal's foreign minister told the BBC that an "air bridge" agreement could be in place soon.
Coronavirus: Discrimination row over MPs queuing up to vote
(02/06/2020 @ 17:21)
MPs end remote voting but those who can't come to Parliament say they have been disenfranchised.
Coronavirus: Public told to cut water use amid surge in lockdown demand
(02/06/2020 @ 09:24)
Water companies are urging people to avoid using sprinklers and paddling pools during the lockdown.
Lockdown 'breach' Liverpool deputy mayor suspended over gathering
(02/06/2020 @ 10:21)
Inquiry finds a Liverpool councillor flouted lockdown rules with a birthday gathering in her garden.
Coronavirus: Evening update as report finds ethnic minorities are at greater risk
(02/06/2020 @ 15:31)
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.
Coronavirus: Deaths at lowest level since March
(02/06/2020 @ 12:06)
Over 2,800 deaths linked to virus in most recent week, but total fatalities still higher than normal.
Coronavirus: Ministers 'looking at ways to relax travel quarantine rule'
(02/06/2020 @ 06:58)
It comes after some MPs criticised the government's plan to quarantine people coming to the UK for 14 days.
Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?
(02/06/2020 @ 06:27)
What do you need to know if you're planning to fly during the Covid-19 pandemic?
Jurassic Coast beach crowds 'showed shocking disregard for area'
(02/06/2020 @ 09:25)
One volunteer says people shouted at her "when I asked them nicely to take their litter with them".
Lockdown break-ups and job changes boost rentals
(01/06/2020 @ 19:57)
Supply of new properties for rent is not keeping up with demand, property giant Rightmove says.
England's lockdown in pictures
(01/06/2020 @ 20:26)
Historic England has collected 200 pictures they say reflect the nation's coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus: How dangerous is lifting lockdown?
(01/06/2020 @ 19:57)
Why is lifting restrictions being described as a "dangerous moment"?
Coronavirus: The London hospital hit by a 'tidal wave' of patients
(01/06/2020 @ 20:15)
Northwick Park Hospital was overwhelmed with Covid patients. How did staff cope with the onslaught?
Coronavirus: What powers do the police have?
(01/06/2020 @ 11:42)
Police across the UK now have wide-ranging powers to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
In pictures: Back to school in England
(01/06/2020 @ 07:01)
Many children have returned to their classrooms in England for the first time since lockdown began.
Coronavirus: When will shops open and what will the rules be?
(01/06/2020 @ 07:14)
Non-essential shops can reopen in England in June, but will I be able to buy a book or have a haircut?
Coronavirus: What might swimming pools be like after lockdown?
(02/06/2020 @ 08:22)
Swimmers might have to arrive in their costumes, with limits on how many people can go in at a time.
The Infinite Monkey Cage: BBC radio show trials virtual audience
(02/06/2020 @ 06:03)
Comedy series The Infinite Monkey Cage records its first episode with a live audience at home.
Coronavirus: What's it like to be laid off over Zoom?
(01/06/2020 @ 19:02)
Being made redundant is rarely pleasant, but is it worse finding out via a video call?
Coronavirus: What is the future of religious worship in the UK?
(01/06/2020 @ 17:43)
Faith leaders say worshippers' flexibility during the crisis could lead to a future shift in practices.
Cleddau Bridge disaster: 50th anniversary of fatal collapse
(01/06/2020 @ 19:55)
Four people were killed when the Cleddau Bridge collapsed on a village on 2 June, 1970.
Coronavirus: Which schools are reopening for pupils?
(01/06/2020 @ 05:22)
Which children will be the first to go back to school, and what about the rest?
George Floyd death: Why US protests resonate in the UK
(01/06/2020 @ 20:33)
British people explain why the death of George Floyd has had such a big impact in the UK.
Coronavirus: School return plan 'like a jigsaw puzzle'
(29/05/2020 @ 20:28)
A head teacher explains how she is piecing school life back together before children return.
The women who ran a WW1 military hospital
(31/05/2020 @ 19:21)
More than 24,000 soldiers were treated at the facility where the vast majority of staff were female.
The amateur footballer who woke from a coma speaking French
(01/06/2020 @ 02:58)
Rory Curtis was a promising amateur footballer but his life was turned upside down when his car collided with a lorry, the start of a bizarre chain of events.
Asian hornet: UK beekeepers on lookout for bee-eater
(02/06/2020 @ 19:15)
The bee-eating Asian hornet has already reached the Channel Islands and beekeepers fear it could soon reach the UK mainland.
Coronavirus: 'Our son with Down's syndrome is thriving in lockdown'
(02/06/2020 @ 19:14)
Zachary, 4, has been hospitalised with chest infections many times, but his parents say he has never been so well.
Massive queues as McDonald's reopens Scottish drive-thru restaurants
(02/06/2020 @ 14:18)
Police have directed long queues of traffic at some Scottish McDonald's drive-thrus.
NHS test & trace: Does contact tracing stop coronavirus?
(01/06/2020 @ 19:03)
Wales is the latest part of the UK to launch a tracing system, but how do they work?
Hussain Manawer's poem in tribute to coronavirus victims
(02/06/2020 @ 01:00)
BBC Breakfast commissioned poet Hussain Manawer to mark three months since the first UK coronavirus death.
'Some anxiety' for returning Bury St Edmunds primary school pupils
(01/06/2020 @ 13:54)
A headteacher says children were not as "bubbly and lively" as they were before lockdown.
The Papers: 'Joy' over prospect of summer holidays for Britons
(02/06/2020 @ 18:08)
Many of Wednesday's front pages assess whether Britons will be likely to get a summer holiday this year.
Women urged not to ignore chest pain during coronavirus pandemic
(02/06/2020 @ 19:43)
Melanie Connell, who underwent a triple bypass, urges women not to be afraid of seeking medical help.
Coronavirus: Children return to childminders and outdoor nurseries
(02/06/2020 @ 19:18)
Outdoor nurseries and childminders are reopening as part of the first phase of lifting lockdown.
Troubles victims' pensions row 'a shameful stand-off', says Judith Thompson
(02/06/2020 @ 19:01)
A delay caused by the dispute between London and Stormont is the "ultimate insult" for victims, the PM is told.
Coronavirus: Parents in Wales wait for school decision
(02/06/2020 @ 19:31)
Parents and pupils will learn later if any classes will restart in the summer term in Wales.
Charles Dickens: Black-and-white photos of author colourised
(02/06/2020 @ 19:46)
Colour has been digitally added to eight photos to show what the novelist would have looked like.
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