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Although the fall of the retail group puts 13,000 jobs at risk, there will be no immediate redundancies.

Pubs and restaurants will have to shut at 6pm and will not be able to serve alcoholic drinks.

The health secretary hailed the lockdown a success after cases dropped by 30% in the last week.

Government decides against public inquiry at this time into collusion in murder of Pat Finucane in Belfast.

The advance is expected to accelerate research into a host of human diseases, including Covid-19.

Destruction of the rainforest increased by 9.5% compared to the previous 12 months, new data shows.

The singer says her actions were 'irresponsible' and she takes 'full responsibility' for the event.

The former chief medical officer says high rates of obesity, deprivation and overcrowding have cost lives.

Some Conservative backbenchers have threaten to vote against the plan for England on Tuesday.

Authorities have warned people of "poisonous gas" after Indonesia's Ile Lewotolok volcano erupted.

Philip Heath apologises for dismissing a legitimate fire test query email using strong language.

Adamo Canto, from Scarborough, took medals, signed photographs and other valuables.

The National Trust says the dam in Somerset "might look modest, but it is incredibly special".

An announcement about plans for next summer's exams in England is expected later this week.

No-one knows why 64 ornamental elephants have been left on the doorsteps of a street in St Helens.

A climate activist has won a prestigious prize for leading the battle to block it being built in Ghana.

Collector William Fagan finds 70-year-old photographs in a camera.

Five challenges of distributing a Covid-19 vaccine to billions of people.

The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan is over, but some are still waiting for news of missing relatives.

Carol singing is also allowed - but people will not be able to go to school nativity plays in some areas.

Singer Cher was one of those who campaigned for a better life for Kavaan the elephant who is now heading to a new home.

BBC correspondents across the east Africa region explain the impact for Ethiopia and its neighbours.

Boxers are quick to question how former NBA basketball player Nate Robinson was allowed to be knocked out by YouTube star Jake Paul.

A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "monochrome".

The founders of the Black Lives Matter movement tell the BBC's 100 Women season they are optimistic.

Every generation has its business pantomime villain - what's the real story with Philip Green?

Calabria was not hit by the first wave of the pandemic but its fragile health system is buckling now.

The collapse of Topshop owner Arcadia could mean thousands of pension holders take a hit.

Clarkson, Hammond and May discuss their recent hunt for pirate treasure and their TV future.

The home city of the Darth Vader actor is mourning a humble man who became a global star.

Homes for these "ultimate environmental engineers" have been set up in enclosures across England.

Machine learning is helping firms across many industries more quickly solve difficult challenges.

The campaign to save a 100-year-old tree shows cultural fears can make politicians listen in Kenya.

The toxic fumes from stubble burning affects hundreds of millions - but curbs to stop it keep failing.

A new inquest into the death of Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah could list air pollution as a cause of her death.

How did 16 policemen come to be deported from the British Isles to Nazi-occupied Europe?

Jarrod Bowen scores one and makes one as West Ham move fifth with victory at the London Stadium.

Northern Premier League side Marine will play Jose Mourinho's Premier League leaders Tottenham in the third round of the FA Cup.

Fulham move out of the Premier League relegation places with an impressive victory over Leicester that denies Brendan Rodgers' side a share of top spot.

Wasps forward Alfie Barbeary is called up to the England squad for the Autumn Nations Cup final against France on Sunday.

Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani apologises for a deleted social media post containing a Spanish phrase that is offensive in some contexts.

Eighth-tier Marine draw Premier League leaders Tottenham in the third round of the FA Cup, sparking a delighted reaction from Marine boss Neil Young and fans in nearby houses.

We answer some of your questions about the Oxford vaccine.

Restrictions will be temporarily eased around the UK, but there are still rules about what you can do.

Tier three areas of England will be offered mass testing after a successful pilot in Liverpool.

The unemployment rate is rising as Covid hits different parts of the economy.

Use our search tool to find out about coronavirus rules and restrictions where you live.

More people are now eligible for furlough, with the scheme extended until March 2021.

Busting myths and explaining the facts around immunisation.

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

England will move to a tougher version of tiered coronavirus restrictions when lockdown ends on Wednesday.

Restrictions on social gatherings may be eased so families can get together for the festive period.

New rules for pubs in England come into effect on 2 December after the second lockdown ends.

A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms that mean you may have coronavirus.

Travellers arriving from almost all other countries must self-isolate on entry to the UK.

England is moving out of national restrictions into a tougher tier system than before. But why?

Some people might want to consider it during the pandemic. Here's why.

A question everyone's asking: what's my Covid risk? Here's how to find out.

Prof Robin Shattock, head of Mucosal Infection and Immunity at Imperial College, answers viewers' questions.

Over three-quarters of people in northern England and the Midlands are facing the toughest restrictions.

Some trial volunteers were given shots half the planned strength, so how does that affect the results?

What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?

Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy made a fortune in doughnuts then lost it all to gambling.

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