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The SNP's Margaret Ferrier says there is "no excuse" for her return train journey to Westminster.

Stricter measures will be introduced in Liverpool, Warrington, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough.

There will also be tougher fines of up to £10,000 for those who fail to self-isolate as required.

Leading scientists call for realism about what a vaccine against Covid can achieve next year.

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday evening.

His dad, Only Fools and Horses actor Nicholas, says his family are "utterly grief stricken".

It comes after an EU deadline for the UK to ditch powers to override its Brexit divorce deal expired.

NI executive agrees pubs and hotels only be able to open for takeaway, delivery and outdoor dining.

Coroner Sarah Ormond-Walshe opened and adjourned the inquest into Sgt Matiu Ratana's death.

Duke and duchess say there have been changes but "sufficient progress" has not been made.

The BBC understands a three-tier system will aim to replace the current patchwork of local lockdowns.

A court says the bread used in the firm's hot sandwiches must be taxed because of its sugar content.

A 19-year-old woman begins a campaign to ban unpaid work trials after working a shift for no pay.

The former children's TV presenter wrote about her journey from Trinidad to London as a child.

Firefighters film their journey through the Glass Fire, one of many wildfires burning in California.

These educators have zero tolerance for rule-breakers and name-calling - especially from presidential candidates.

The Woman's Hour host ended her final show, after 33 years, by playing Helen Reddy's I Am Woman.

A Sussex seal's habit of hitching a ride with passing paddleboarders is making him a local celebrity.

The gaffe-prone former prime minister is a polarising figure in Australia.

Both Trump and Biden want to take away the US law that protects platforms from being liable for what their users post.

In Memoriam has been created out of bed sheets and was installed on the beach at Sandbanks.

How a group of Jewish feminists demanded the same prayer rights as Jewish men.

People in the French capital are interrupted by a loud bang as a plane travels at supersonic speed.

Three mothers talk about life in a pandemic, and the 'total chaos' of working from home with kids.

Luton is praised by Prime Minister Boris Johnson for the way it handled Covid-19 restrictions.

How the closure of a Suffolk town's only bank will affect its inhabitants and surrounding area.

Italy was the first country in Europe to be overwhelmed by the virus but is so far keeping it in check.

The rise of the US tech company has been shadowed by concerns about privacy and surveillance.

'We've learnt to be agile': Emily, Keaton and Zoe share their tips

Denise Johnson was almost ready to release her solo debut when she died unexpectedly in July.

Human destruction of nature has led to the extinction of many plants and animals.

Dejection over latest government help for business has left many small firms fearing for their futures.

Manchester United will face Paris St-Germain, RB Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League group stage this season.

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is named in the England squad for matches against Wales, Belgium and Denmark but Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden are left out.

Novak Djokovic continues his dominant start to the French Open with a ruthless victory against Ricardas Berankis in the second round.

Key holiday spots are being regularly added to the travel quarantine list as infection rates rise.

More areas of the north of England are set to face extra restrictions.

What are European countries doing to control new coronavirus outbreaks?

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

The government has announced a job support scheme for when furlough ends.

People around the UK must now wear face coverings in many public places, but what are the rules?

Schools are adopting measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus and keep pupils safe.

A voicemail app makes it easier to speak to family members in prison, as one young woman found when her mum was jailed.

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