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Holidaymakers have just hours to return to the UK to avoid the 14-day self-isolation requirement.
England schools can appeal against A-level and GCSE grades for free, the education secretary says.
Senior royals are to lead tributes to mark the day World War Two ended with the surrender of Japan.
Three new photographs are also released to mark the 70th birthday of the Queen's only daughter.
Vaccinations are continuing as normal while jabs given in school are being rescheduled.
Casinos, bowling alleys and soft play centres can now open their doors following a two-week delay.
A survey by the Office for National Statistics suggests fewer than 0.05% of the population has the virus.
The son of one prisoner of war says his father never celebrated VJ Day after returning from war.
Commemorations are under way to mark the anniversary amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A UK uncrewed ocean-going vessel provides a glimpse of the future of robotic maritime operations.
The number of coronavirus cases has risen and remains high in parts of the North West and Yorkshire.
Ronnie O'Sullivan recovers from the verge of defeat to beat Mark Selby 17-16 and set up a World Championship final against Kyren Wilson.
About 160,000 UK tourists are in France at the moment, 24 hours before new quarantine rules kick in.
New rules mean people entering the UK from certain countries will not have to quarantine.
England's test and trace system changed tack this week, as national teams struggle to find cases.
More lockdown rules are being eased in England - how are customers being kept safe?
Are you concerned about your results? Experts answer some of your questions.
Many people with dementia in care homes have been starved of the close family contact they depend on.
Lexy Oliver from Cheshire takes us through her week during the coronavirus pandemic.
George Murray moves into his own place thanks to a scheme to get homeless people off the streets.
Whether it was happy or sad, Thursday was the end of an era for many students and worthy of celebration.
What happens when a small company is extorted after losing control of its Instagram account?
Holidaymakers weigh up whether to cut their trip short or face quarantine on return to the UK.
Operators face a mammoth task to put in new safety guidelines ahead of welcoming back children.
John Hutchin, 95, fought with a special operations force, the Chindits, during the Burma campaign.
Ghanaian veteran Joseph Hammond, 95, reflects on the horrors of the Burma Campaign.
Thousands of holidaymakers are racing to return to the UK, with new quarantine restrictions coming into force from Saturday.
Pat and Jean Owtram signed the Official Secrets Act, agreeing not to talk about their roles - and so kept it from each other for 30 years.
Grant Shapps says the government has taken a "practical approach" to the France quarantine measures.
If you have to observe a 14-day isolation period after travelling from certain countries, here's what you need to know.
Several of Saturday's papers lead with travellers scrambling to return to the UK to avoid new quarantine measures.
Two of the affected teenagers had briefly attended their high schools before being diagnosed with the virus.
Hugh McWilliams' company - H&A Mechanical Services - is Derry GAA's main sponsor.
An investment syndicate and former councillor hope to reopen the historic Coal Exchange as a hotel.
It could be up to six months before the "complex operation" is complete, residents are warned.
The victim moved house and changed jobs after receiving letters with a threat to "smash" her face.
After seven months in hospital organ transplant patient Richard Priest goes home to his family.
School caretaker Ali Berkeley describes the thunderclap as the loudest she had ever heard.
The £2.3m roundabout, the first of its kind in the UK, gives priority to cyclists and pedestrians.
A chapel giving thanks for surviving Japanese imprisonment is added to Grade I church listing.
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
About 200 groups of medical researchers around the world are working on a vaccine for Covid-19.
Social distancing and lockdown rules have been changing across the UK - what can you do now?
Cambridge United sign left-back Jack Iredale on a two-year contract after his release by fellow League Two side Carlisle United.
Former Manchester United midfielder Ethan Hamilton signs for League One club Peterborough United on a two-year deal.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says his performance "was embarrassing" as he reached the World Championship semi-finals with a 13-10 win over Mark Williams.
Peterborough United sign Barnet's teenage defender Ronnie Edwards on a three-year deal.
Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan says the standard of snooker lower in the rankings is so "poor" he would have to "lose an arm and a leg to fall out of the top 50".
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