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1 - George Floyd death: More large protests in US but violence falls
2 - Coronavirus: Labour urges PM to stop 'winging it' over easing restrictions
3 - Coronavirus: UK holidaymakers ‘welcome’ in Portugal
4 - George Floyd death: The man who sheltered 80 US protesters
5 - Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as a treatment
6 - Coronavirus: Starmer criticism, student life and Portugal 'welcomes' Brits
7 - Man charged with murdering wife and daughter in Salisbury
8 - Coronavirus: Students might have to stay in 'protective bubble'
9 - Nissan: UK factory still under threat from no-deal Brexit
10 - Zoom sees sales boom amid pandemic
11 - UK to change immigration rules for Hong Kong citizens if China passes law
12 - Supreme Court to rule on 'paedophile hunters' case
13 - Coronavirus: London key workers to star on cover of British Vogue
14 - Portraits of Humanity shortlist revealed
15 - The Papers: 'Joy' over prospect of summer holidays for Britons
16 - OK Beeb: BBC voice assistant will learn regional accents
17 - Coronavirus: No Botox and no fillers under lockdown
18 - Coronavirus: 'Our son with Down's syndrome is thriving in lockdown'
19 - Asian hornet: UK beekeepers on lookout for bee-eater
20 - Charles Dickens: Black-and-white photos of author colourised
21 - Massive queues as McDonald's reopens Scottish drive-thru restaurants
22 - George Floyd protests: Trudeau's epic pause when asked about Trump's response
23 - How coronavirus tore through Britain's ethnic minorities
24 - Philando Castile death: 'I lost my best friend in a police shooting'
25 - Enjoying lockdown: 'Not having anything in my diary was a blessing in disguise'
26 - Shielders face dilemma: Should I go outside or not?
27 - Peter Crouch on jumping from planes and 'the ultimate retirement'
28 - How World in Motion heralded England's leap out of the dark ages
29 - George Floyd death: Trump's church visit shocks religious leaders
30 - George Floyd protests: Misleading footage and conspiracy theories spread online
31 - George Floyd: Can President Trump deploy the military?
32 - Coronavirus: The London hospital hit by a 'tidal wave' of patients
33 - George Floyd death: Why US protests resonate in the UK
34 - George Floyd: How are African-Americans treated under the law?
35 - Coronavirus: How lockdown is being lifted across Europe
36 - Coronavirus: What's it like to be laid off over Zoom?
37 - Coronavirus: Germany divided as states lift lockdown
38 - Coronavirus: What might swimming pools be like after lockdown?
39 - How Europe's art world is welcoming back visitors
40 - I don't feel safe in USA, says ex-Man City and QPR defender Onuoha
41 - Hamilton 'overcome with rage' at US events following Floyd's death
42 - England confirm Windies schedule with three Tests in 21 days
43 - 'It's a dark place' - Sweden's six-month pre-season
44 - Positive coronavirus test won't mean race is called off - Carey
45 - Premier League clubs given permission to play friendlies
46 - Coronavirus: Could social distancing of less than two metres work?
47 - Coronavirus: What tests are being done in the UK?
48 - NHS test & trace: Does contact tracing stop coronavirus?
49 - Coronavirus: How dangerous is lifting lockdown?
50 - Coronavirus: What are social distancing and self-isolation rules?
51 - Coronavirus: Which schools are reopening for pupils?
52 - Coronavirus: Why we don't know how many are being tested
53 - Hay fever v coronavirus: what are the symptoms?
54 - Coronavirus: When will shops open and what will the rules be?
55 - Social distancing: A practical guide to how to socialise now
56 - Coronavirus: Parents shamed for back-to-school choices
57 - Coronavirus: We answer kids' questions about going back to school
58 - Coronavirus: School return plan 'like a jigsaw puzzle'
59 - Coronavirus: What are the risks for children?
60 - Coronavirus: Who should be shielding?
61 - Coronavirus: Are these targets being hit?
62 - Coronavirus: What are the rules on weddings?
63 - Will I still get paid if I have to self-isolate? And other questions
64 - All you need to know about new measures
65 - Coronavirus: How safe is it to get on a plane?
66 - Coronavirus: What does it mean if I've been furloughed by work?
67 - Coronavirus: What help are self-employed getting from government?
68 - Coronavirus: Dental practices to reopen from 8 June
69 - Dominic Cummings: Fact-checking the row
70 - Coronavirus: How will contact tracing work in England?
71 - Coronavirus: What can you do in Scotland from Friday?
72 - Dominic Cummings: Did he break lockdown rules?
73 - A cluster of islands: How Shetland locked down early and stopped the virus in its tracks
1 - George Floyd death: More large protests in US but violence falls

Many defied curfews but the violence was not on the scale of Monday night.

6/3/2020 8:59:56 AM

2 - Coronavirus: Labour urges PM to stop 'winging it' over easing restrictions

The PM is accused of "winging it" by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and risking a new wave of infections.

6/3/2020 9:10:51 AM

3 - Coronavirus: UK holidaymakers ‘welcome’ in Portugal

Portugal's foreign minister tells the BBC that an "air bridge" agreement could be in place soon.

6/3/2020 8:07:36 AM

4 - George Floyd death: The man who sheltered 80 US protesters

Hundreds of people found themselves trapped by police - until Rahul Dubey flung open his doors.

6/3/2020 2:46:39 AM

5 - Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as a treatment

Hospital patients sick with the virus will be given the drug to see if it can help with their breathing.

6/3/2020 12:53:30 AM

6 - Coronavirus: Starmer criticism, student life and Portugal 'welcomes' Brits

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

6/3/2020 7:14:09 AM

7 - Man charged with murdering wife and daughter in Salisbury

Nikoletta Zdun, 18, and Aneta Zdun, 40, died at a home in Wessex Road, Salisbury, on Monday.

6/3/2020 9:40:22 AM

8 - Coronavirus: Students might have to stay in 'protective bubble'

When university campuses open students might have to live and study in small groups to limit mixing.

6/3/2020 1:10:53 AM

9 - Nissan: UK factory still under threat from no-deal Brexit

Britain's largest car plant is "unsustainable" without a trade deal, the Japanese company says.

6/3/2020 12:01:43 AM

10 - Zoom sees sales boom amid pandemic

The pandemic has opened up new opportunities for the video conference company.

6/2/2020 11:48:29 PM

11 - UK to change immigration rules for Hong Kong citizens if China passes law

Britain will change its immigration rules for Hong Kong citizens if China passes a new law, the PM says.

6/3/2020 2:02:53 AM

12 - Supreme Court to rule on 'paedophile hunters' case

Mark Sutherland was snared after sending explicit pictures to what he believed was a 13-year-old boy.

6/3/2020 12:20:23 AM

13 - Coronavirus: London key workers to star on cover of British Vogue

Community midwife Rachel Millar describes being on the cover of Vogue as "surreal".

6/2/2020 7:05:12 PM

14 - Portraits of Humanity shortlist revealed

Two hundred shortlisted photos aim to show there is more that unites us than sets us apart.

6/3/2020 12:13:42 AM

15 - The Papers: 'Joy' over prospect of summer holidays for Britons

Many of Wednesday's front pages assess whether Britons will be likely to get a summer holiday this year.

6/3/2020 5:57:00 AM

16 - OK Beeb: BBC voice assistant will learn regional accents

A male northern voice is the BBC's initial choice for its voice assistant, in the testing phase.

6/3/2020 8:01:38 AM

17 - Coronavirus: No Botox and no fillers under lockdown

Living without fillers and Botox under lockdown is a mental health challenge for some individuals.

6/3/2020 12:34:07 AM

18 - Coronavirus: 'Our son with Down's syndrome is thriving in lockdown'

Zachary, 4, has been hospitalised with chest infections many times, but his parents say he has never been so well.

6/3/2020 12:14:48 AM

19 - Asian hornet: UK beekeepers on lookout for bee-eater

The bee-eating Asian hornet has already reached the Channel Islands and beekeepers fear it could soon reach the UK mainland.

6/3/2020 12:15:49 AM

20 - Charles Dickens: Black-and-white photos of author colourised

Colour has been digitally added to eight photos to show what the novelist would have looked like.

6/3/2020 12:46:27 AM

21 - Massive queues as McDonald's reopens Scottish drive-thru restaurants

Police have directed long queues of traffic at some Scottish McDonald's drive-thrus.

6/2/2020 7:18:03 PM

22 - George Floyd protests: Trudeau's epic pause when asked about Trump's response

Asked about race, unrest and the US response, the Canadian prime minister chose his words carefully.

6/2/2020 10:13:56 PM

23 - How coronavirus tore through Britain's ethnic minorities

Covid-19 has affected BAME people disproportionately. Now they want to know why.

6/2/2020 5:34:34 PM

24 - Philando Castile death: 'I lost my best friend in a police shooting'

Four years before George Floyd's death made global headlines, another man was shot dead in the same city.

6/3/2020 2:08:37 AM

25 - Enjoying lockdown: 'Not having anything in my diary was a blessing in disguise'

For people whose diaries are usually full, the quarantine period has made them reassess their priorities.

6/3/2020 12:12:34 AM

26 - Shielders face dilemma: Should I go outside or not?

People in England and Wales shielding with health conditions are able to leave home. Some don't want to.

6/2/2020 12:23:47 PM

27 - Peter Crouch on jumping from planes and 'the ultimate retirement'

The retired footballer had to jump out of a plane for his new Saturday night BBC One show.

6/3/2020 12:09:34 AM

28 - How World in Motion heralded England's leap out of the dark ages

How New Order's World in Motion topped the charts 30 years ago, symbolising a "cultural revolution".

6/3/2020 12:43:00 AM

29 - George Floyd death: Trump's church visit shocks religious leaders

The divisive US president's visit to a church amid ongoing nationwide protests drew heavy criticism.

6/2/2020 1:10:10 PM

30 - George Floyd protests: Misleading footage and conspiracy theories spread online

Protests after the death of George Floyd have led to a surge in misleading videos and unfounded theories.

6/2/2020 9:26:10 PM

31 - George Floyd: Can President Trump deploy the military?

With protests continuing across the US, President Trump says he could send in troops.

6/2/2020 3:59:44 PM

32 - Coronavirus: The London hospital hit by a 'tidal wave' of patients

Northwick Park Hospital was overwhelmed with Covid patients. How did staff cope with the onslaught?

6/2/2020 1:15:38 AM

33 - George Floyd death: Why US protests resonate in the UK

British people explain why the death of George Floyd has had such a big impact in the UK.

6/2/2020 1:33:16 AM

34 - George Floyd: How are African-Americans treated under the law?

We've looked at some of the data around ethnicity and the US crime and justice system.

6/1/2020 6:25:37 PM

35 - Coronavirus: How lockdown is being lifted across Europe

As the UK alters its restrictions, how are other European countries reopening after lockdown?

6/2/2020 11:59:52 AM

36 - Coronavirus: What's it like to be laid off over Zoom?

Being made redundant is rarely pleasant, but is it worse finding out via a video call?

6/2/2020 12:02:14 AM

37 - Coronavirus: Germany divided as states lift lockdown

Different states are easing lockdown at different rates, and some fear infections could rise again.

6/2/2020 12:24:14 AM

38 - Coronavirus: What might swimming pools be like after lockdown?

Swimmers might have to arrive in their costumes, with limits on how many people can go in at a time.

6/2/2020 1:22:58 PM

39 - How Europe's art world is welcoming back visitors

Some of Europe's best known art museums are reopening but it will be far from business as usual.

6/2/2020 1:31:51 AM

40 - I don't feel safe in USA, says ex-Man City and QPR defender Onuoha

Former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha says he does not feel "100% safe" in the USA.

6/2/2020 6:57:28 PM

41 - Hamilton 'overcome with rage' at US events following Floyd's death

Lewis Hamilton says he is "completely overcome with rage" at events in the USA following George Floyd's death.

6/2/2020 7:08:17 PM

42 - England confirm Windies schedule with three Tests in 21 days

England will play three Tests in the space of 21 days when the international summer gets under way in July.

6/2/2020 4:45:06 PM

43 - 'It's a dark place' - Sweden's six-month pre-season

In Sweden, pre-season - that period hated by so many footballers - is into its sixth month. We find out how players are coping with the physical and mental challenges.

6/3/2020 7:57:11 AM

44 - Positive coronavirus test won't mean race is called off - Carey

A race would not be cancelled in the re-started season if a driver or team member tested positive for coronavirus, says Formula 1 boss Chase Carey.

6/2/2020 9:15:57 PM

45 - Premier League clubs given permission to play friendlies

The Premier League has given clubs permission to play friendly matches, with strict restrictions, before the restart on 17 June.

6/2/2020 5:13:30 PM

46 - Coronavirus: Could social distancing of less than two metres work?

The government is under pressure to relax the 2m social distancing rule - but is it safe to do so?

6/2/2020 2:46:35 PM

47 - Coronavirus: What tests are being done in the UK?

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

6/2/2020 5:40:09 PM

48 - NHS test & trace: Does contact tracing stop coronavirus?

Wales is the latest part of the UK to launch a tracing system, but how do they work?

6/2/2020 12:03:28 AM

49 - Coronavirus: How dangerous is lifting lockdown?

Why is lifting restrictions being described as a "dangerous moment"?

6/2/2020 12:57:25 AM

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

You can now meet more people and play certain non-contact sports in the UK - but what are they?

6/1/2020 1:55:59 PM

51 - Coronavirus: Which schools are reopening for pupils?

Which children will be the first to go back to school, and what about the rest?

6/1/2020 10:22:04 AM

52 - Coronavirus: Why we don't know how many are being tested

The UK Statistics Authority has criticised the government's handling of Covid-19 testing data.

6/2/2020 5:47:18 PM

53 - Hay fever v coronavirus: what are the symptoms?

The Royal College of General Practitioners is warning people not to mix up the symptoms.

4/20/2020 12:14:43 AM

54 - Coronavirus: When will shops open and what will the rules be?

Non-essential shops can reopen in England in June, but will I be able to buy a book or have a haircut?

6/1/2020 12:14:21 PM

55 - Social distancing: A practical guide to how to socialise now

Meeting friends? Here's how to handle the awkward new rules - from sharing food to avoiding hugs.

5/30/2020 9:43:46 AM

56 - Coronavirus: Parents shamed for back-to-school choices

Parents of year six and year one pupils have been falling out over whether to send them back to school.

5/29/2020 2:28:57 AM

57 - Coronavirus: We answer kids' questions about going back to school

The BBC's Education Editor Branwen Jeffreys answers kids' questions about going back to school.

5/29/2020 12:00:48 AM

58 - Coronavirus: School return plan 'like a jigsaw puzzle'

A head teacher explains how she is piecing school life back together before children return.

5/30/2020 1:28:10 AM

59 - Coronavirus: What are the risks for children?

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

5/29/2020 7:05:38 PM

60 - Coronavirus: Who should be shielding?

People most at risk of needing hospital treatment if they get coronavirus are being asked to stay home.

5/31/2020 5:15:29 PM

61 - Coronavirus: Are these targets being hit?

Ministers have set targets for testing, medical equipment and hospital beds. Have they delivered?

6/2/2020 12:05:14 PM

62 - Coronavirus: What are the rules on weddings?

There is a lot of uncertainty around when and how weddings are allowed to take place. What are your rights?

5/30/2020 2:05:20 AM

63 - Will I still get paid if I have to self-isolate? And other questions

Will employees still get paid if they are told to self-isolate? And other questions answered by BBC experts.

5/29/2020 10:59:15 AM

64 - All you need to know about new measures

How will social and work life be different after the easing of some restrictions around the UK?

5/31/2020 6:28:36 PM

65 - Coronavirus: How safe is it to get on a plane?

Many airlines are planning to resume flying, but they first need to reduce the risks of Covid-19.

6/2/2020 2:00:06 PM

66 - Coronavirus: What does it mean if I've been furloughed by work?

Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.

5/29/2020 6:42:21 PM

67 - Coronavirus: What help are self-employed getting from government?

What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income?

5/29/2020 5:13:48 PM

68 - Coronavirus: Dental practices to reopen from 8 June

Dental practices in England have been told they can reopen from Monday, 8 June.

5/29/2020 3:08:50 PM

69 - Dominic Cummings: Fact-checking the row

Senior Conservatives are still questioning adviser's account of driving his family 260 miles during lockdown.

5/30/2020 4:58:39 PM

70 - Coronavirus: How will contact tracing work in England?

Millions in the UK will soon be asked to monitor who they have been near to combat coronavirus.

6/1/2020 9:40:39 AM

71 - Coronavirus: What can you do in Scotland from Friday?

After almost 10 weeks of lockdown which restrictions are being eased - and which remain in force?

5/28/2020 3:09:00 PM

72 - Dominic Cummings: Did he break lockdown rules?

The UK PM's most senior adviser has responded to accusations that he broke lockdown rules - what did he say?

5/28/2020 2:18:08 PM

73 - A cluster of islands: How Shetland locked down early and stopped the virus in its tracks

Shetland was one of the UK areas worst hit by Covid-19 - now there have been no new cases for six weeks. How did they do it?

6/1/2020 12:12:09 AM


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