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Ministers urge people to keep up coronavirus distancing as the PM begins his recovery in hospital.
People around the UK did a round of applause for all of the people working in the fight against coronavirus.
Sue Bremner and Margaret Hannay had only met once before they ended up in coronavirus lockdown together.
A BBC investigation has found online scams selling fake protective equipment and coronavirus tests.
Universities call for £2bn bail out to survive the cash pressures of the coronavirus pandemic.
Children with illnesses unrelated to Covid-19 could be coming to harm, NHS official's leaked email says.
Easter egg sales are soaring online, but supermarkets are discounting heavily ahead of the weekend.
The new shadow chancellor urges ministers not to put "ideology over national interest" in EU trade talks.
With pubs and bars closed to contain the spread of Covid-19, drinkers are turning elsewhere.
Madeleine Crow says she is "proud" to help on the NHS front line after her exams were cancelled.
The GMB Scotland union says many workers are worried they cannot practise social distancing.
The previously unpublished photo of The Quarrymen was captured in a Liverpool home in 1959.
Bad information is spreading online. But a band of volunteers up and down the country are trying to stamp it out.
Dr John Wright says "we are running for our lives" as we search to find a treatment for Covid-19.
The industry is struggling to keep up with demand as shoppers turn to baking amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Other coronaviruses are sensitive to the seasons.
A plant charity is predicting a boost for wild flowers because some councils have stopped mowing.
Solicitors see a "massive rise" in demand but the need for two witnesses creates practical difficulties.
The government pledged to help UK nationals stuck abroad, so how many have managed to get back?
A look at how one Scottish local authority is delivering vital services during the lockdown.
Almost two weeks after Britons were confined to their homes, is the coronavirus curve flattening?
Fergus Walsh is humbled by the astonishing dedication of NHS staff on the coronavirus front line.
Ephraim Mirvis says the "ultimate family-orientated event" will be different due to social distancing.
Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.
Doctors say PM Boris Johnson has been moved there as a precaution, should he need more complex care.
The BBC's Fergus Walsh meets medics treating patients with Covid-19 at University College Hospital London.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is deputising "where necessary" for Boris Johnson, who remains in hospital with coronavirus. But what does that mean in reality?
Volunteers at London's Baytree Centre are to help people during the lockdown remotely.
Bhasha Mukherjee is heading back to work at a hospital in Boston, Lincolnshire due to coronavirus.
Statistics show people from ethnic minorities have been hard hit by coronavirus in the US, but what about the UK?
Was 1984 more influential than 1982? Streaming statistics from the BPI suggest it might have been.
Prime Minister David Lloyd George spent several days in hospital during the Spanish flu pandemic.
Marcus Mumford, The Amazons and The Big Moon discusses the role of musicians in a global lockdown.
Martin and Kate Thacker, their daughters Shannon and Phoebe, two dogs and cat are living in a van.
Two weeks after the school shutdown, are parents and teachers lowering expectations?
Breathtaking images capture the spectacular lunar event in the skies above Europe.
Ria Lakhani's hospital stay scared and scarred her, but it also gave her hope.
How online listening parties at home, with The Charlatans singer, became the new going out.
Hospitals need to supply oxygen to more beds than is currently possible, so doctors are searching for hacks.
Increased competition and privacy risks are some of the challenges facing workers making the switch.
Many nurseries are closed, but some are still asking parents to continue to pay a monthly fee
How to celebrate some of the most important religious celebrations of the year digitally and safely.
Primary school teacher Brian Mephin says it's "amazing to be around the people you love" after recovering from coronavirus.
How dating and love continue for three couples during the coronavirus lockdown.
Professor Chris Whitty explains the difference between the Office for National Statistics and NHS death figures.
Student nurse Claire tells BBC Radio 5 Live how she is feeling about joining the fight against coronavirus.
Friday's front pages celebrate Boris Johnson's move out of intensive care and question a cabinet minister's travel history.
Workers are angry the firm has not promised a reward for working through the coronavirus crisis.
A new multimillion pound scheme to provide daycare for key workers' children is announced.
Greater Manchester Police says some house parties even featured bouncy castles, DJs or fireworks.
A quicker coronavirus test has begun to be rolled out, giving results in just 90 minutes.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance needs more protection equipment to keep critical care teams safe.
Mark Palmer spat at his wife and said, "I hope you get coronavirus and die."
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
Everybody should be avoiding non-essential contact, and you should stay at home wherever possible.
Step-by-step, what to do to help prevent the spread of the virus.
What is it like to have the coronavirus, how will it affect you and how is it treated?
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
The EFL season can be completed in less than two months when it is safe to resume amid the coronavirus pandemic, clubs are told.
Andy Murray pays tribute to staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge as he reveals he has donates to their charity fund.
The Rugby Football Union confirms the end of the 2019-20 season for all levels below the Premiership because of coronavirus.
The EFL is to release a £50m relief fund to help clubs with cash-flow issues because of coronavirus, while the Leasing.com Trophy final is postponed.
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