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Coronavirus: Stricter measures introduced in Preston


New cases of coronavirus have more than doubled in the city in the space of a week.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: Face covering use expanded in England and Scotland


The new rules apply to cinemas, museums and places of worship as more quarantine restrictions start.

Aug 8, 2020

Britain urges France to crack down on migrant crossings


The government is also looking at using "maritime assets" to stop people crossing the Channel.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: Last-ditch talks on new aid package for US economy fail


With benefits expired for millions of jobless and mass evictions looming, lawmakers go on holiday.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: More face covering rules and £1.5bn help unclaimed


Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Saturday morning.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: Millions for small business 'sitting in council accounts'


Government grants for small firms have to be claimed by the end of August.

Aug 8, 2020

Kerala plane crash: 18 dead after Air India plane breaks in two at Calicut


The plane had 190 people on board and was repatriating Indians stranded by the coronavirus crisis.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus severely restricts Antarctic science


Keeping Covid out of Antarctica means little research will be done on the continent in 2020-2021.

Aug 8, 2020

US election 2020: China, Russia and Iran 'trying to influence' vote


Russia wants a second term for President Trump while China does not, a US intelligence chief says.

Aug 8, 2020

Nicola Sturgeon: Internal disputes 'risk to SNP success'


The first minister says her party should focus on "what matters to people" ahead of next year's Holyrood vote.

Aug 8, 2020

Jerry Falwell Jr to take leave of absence after racy photo


Jerry Falwell Jr will step down as president of Liberty University after posting the "weird" image.

Aug 8, 2020

Tombstoning: Boy in hospital after 20m Sgwd Gwladys waterfall jump


The 13-year-old suffered suspected spinal and pelvic injuries after the "tombstoning" stunt.

Aug 8, 2020

Murdered on the London Underground


The BBC followed Tashan Daniel's best friend Leon Haque as he attended the gruelling murder trial.

Aug 8, 2020

The Papers: Brits pack beaches as travellers 'kept in dark'


Britons packing out beaches and a warning about the UK's quarantine policy are among the front page stories.

Aug 8, 2020

Screen-time messages designed to decrease phone use


A new project encourages adults to communicate more with their kids and focus less on their devices.

Aug 8, 2020

Week in pictures: 1 August-7 August 2020


A selection of remarkable images taken around the world this week.

Aug 8, 2020

The Greatest Showman: The story of Cardiff's giant


How a giant went from the slums to being the Queen's bodyguard and an American circus star.

Aug 8, 2020

Firefighters tackle wildfire on Chobham Common in Surrey


Aerial footage from the area shows the scale of the fire.

Aug 8, 2020

Weather: Sunny scenes as England sizzles in heatwave


Sun worshippers head to beaches and parks or cool down in fountains and open air pools.

Aug 8, 2020

CEO Secrets: ‘What I learned from leaders’ behaviour off-camera’


A look at what business leaders' behaviour off-camera reveals about their real personalities.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus in South Africa: Why the vuvuzelas fell silent


The country's fight against Covid-19 was initially celebrated, but the public mood has now soured.

Aug 8, 2020

Why are migrants crossing the English Channel?


Rising numbers of migrants are trying to cross the English Channel in dinghies and other small boats.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus Vietnam: The mysterious resurgence of Covid-19


A central Vietnamese city is back in lockdown as researchers search for the source of a new outbreak.

Aug 8, 2020

Eat out to help out: 'We've had 15,000 bookings'


Restaurants are cautiously optimistic after the first week of the government's discount scheme.

Aug 8, 2020

Sushant Singh Rajput: Mystery and voyeurism around Bollywood star's death


The investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput's death has taken several twists and turns.

Aug 8, 2020

11 of the best music videos from lockdown


When lockdown thwarted musicians' plans to shoot music videos, they were forced to get creative.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: London's commuter towns see sharp rise in benefit claims


The drop in office-based working has affected commuters in London's hospitality sector, experts say.

Aug 8, 2020

Can a Eurovision-style song contest work in the US?


The American Song Contest is set to air in 2021, organisers have announced.

Aug 8, 2020

'This feels like Man City's time in the Champions League - now they must deliver'


The manner of their victory over Real Madrid suggests this could be the big moment in the Champions League for Manchester City and Pep Guardiola.

Aug 8, 2020

'We have got the players to do it' - Woakes says England can pull off unlikely win


Bowler Chris Woakes says England will draw on their recent experiences of claiming unlikely victories in the first Test against Pakistan.

Aug 8, 2020

England's Fleetwood & Rose in contention at US PGA Championship


Tommy Fleetwood cards the joint-lowest round of the 2020 US PGA Championship to move into contention going into the final two rounds in San Francisco.

Aug 8, 2020

'No Aguero, no problem for Man City' - where was Real game won and lost?


Manchester City's impressive win over Real Madrid shows their strength as a team and ability to win as a group as they head for Lisbon, says ex-City midfielder Michael Brown.

Aug 8, 2020

Three teams to appeal against Racing Point punishment in copying row


Ferrari, McLaren and Renault say they will appeal against the decision to punish Racing Point in Formula 1's "copying" controversy.

Aug 8, 2020

Jessica Shuran Yu: Figure skater says others in sport 'want to speak out' about abuse


World Championship figure skater Jessica Shuran Yu says that since going public about her abuse, other skaters want to speak out but fear they cannot do so.

Aug 8, 2020

London 2012: Nicola Adams in final, Allyson Felix races to gold - relive day 12


Watch the best of the action from day 12 of London 2012, including Nicola Adams' convincing semi-final win and a snapped pole for Lazaro Borges.

Aug 8, 2020

Europe lockdown: New coronavirus curbs country by country


What are European countries doing to control new coronavirus outbreaks?

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: What are social distancing and self-isolation rules?


Social distancing and lockdown rules are changing in England - but what can you now do?

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: Where can I now go on holiday in the UK?


Where can I go and what can do on a holiday in the UK?

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: What is a recession?


The world faces the worst recession for 80 years. But what does that mean?

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: What are the new lockdown rules for Preston and other areas?


Preston has become the latest place to impose restrictions. But how does a local lockdown work?

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?


Belgium, Bahamas and Andorra are the latest places from where people must quarantine on arriving in the UK.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: What am I allowed to do in the hot weather this weekend?


Hot weather is expected across the UK this weekend, but how do you stay within the rules?

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: Can I get travel insurance and what are my travel rights?


As quarantine rules are relaxed, holidays are back on the agenda

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: How to stay cool in a face mask as hot UK weather forecast


Temperatures are forecast to top 30C in some parts of the UK this weekend. Perhaps it is not the time you want to be partially covering your face.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus in the UK: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?


Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: What are the risks of opening schools?


Children seem to be at low risk from the disease, but can they still spread it?

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?


Teams around the world are looking into medicines for Covid-19 and scientists are starting to discover what works.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: How will schools reopen fully?


Schools are set to go back for the autumn term, but scientists say society may have to make trade-offs.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: How does test-and-trace work?


People who have been in close contact with someone found to have Covid-19 are now being traced.

Aug 8, 2020

Coronavirus: Eight ways life in the UK has changed


Life appears to have gone back to normal in some ways, but is still very different in others.

Aug 8, 2020

'I've got to know the man I killed'


James Hodgkinson died after being punched by Jacob Dunne during a drunken brawl.

Aug 8, 2020

Five surprising facts about inequality in the UK


Although the gap in wages is narrowing, inequalities in wealth across the UK are rising, a report suggests.

Aug 8, 2020

Katie Mack: 'Knowing how the universe will end is freeing'


Astrophysicist Katie Mack has been researching The End of Everything.

Aug 8, 2020

Pregnancy and coronavirus: How has giving birth changed during the pandemic?


The BBC's Stacey Dooley meets mothers, babies and midwives at Bradford Royal Infirmary.

Aug 8, 2020

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