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1 Coronavirus: Schools and workplaces could see 'local lockdowns'

Coronavirus: Schools and workplaces could see 'local lockdowns'

Restrictions could be introduced if there is a local flare-up of coronavirus, a minister says.
2 Coronavirus: Boris Johnson to face senior MPs amid Cummings row

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson to face senior MPs amid Cummings row

The PM will appear before the Liaison Committee as critics call for his chief adviser to resign.
3 Twitter tags Trump tweet with fact-checking warning

Twitter tags Trump tweet with fact-checking warning

It is the first time the social media giant has said one of Donald Trump's tweets could be misleading.
4 Minnesota violence: Clashes over death of black man in police custody

Minnesota violence: Clashes over death of black man in police custody

Tear gas is fired at protesters angry at the death of a man pinned down by a policeman in Minnesota.
5 Hairdressers say they want to open before 4 July

Hairdressers say they want to open before 4 July

Salons are asking the government to let them open before July to cut hair.
6 UK furlough scheme now covers 8.4 million workers

UK furlough scheme now covers 8.4 million workers

The scheme to pay wages of workers on leave because of coronavirus has now cost £15bn.
7 Premier League clubs agree to contact training

Premier League clubs agree to contact training

Premier League clubs agree to resume contact training in the next phase of Project Restart.
8 Louise Smith: Man arrested on suspicion of murdering teenager

Louise Smith: Man arrested on suspicion of murdering teenager

The body of 16-year-old Louise Smith was found in woodland in Havant on Thursday.
9 Claire Foy and Matt Smith to perform live in empty Old Vic theatre

Claire Foy and Matt Smith to perform live in empty Old Vic theatre

The socially-distanced play, featuring The Crown actors, will be streamed live from the Old Vic.
10 No decision on all primary years back to school

No decision on all primary years back to school

Schools minister challenged by MPs over whether all primary years in England will go back next month.
11 SpaceX launch: What is SpaceX and why is it working with Nasa?

SpaceX launch: What is SpaceX and why is it working with Nasa?

Ahead of the launch of the Crew Dragon mission, the BBC explains what SpaceX does exactly
12 Walkers found after 19 days in the New Zealand wilderness

Walkers found after 19 days in the New Zealand wilderness

The 23-year-olds were winched from a clearing after a helicopter spotted smoke from their fire.
13 Coronavirus: Why barber shops matter to the community

Coronavirus: Why barber shops matter to the community

Barber shops are a central part of a community but how has lockdown changed this?
14 Letter from Dunkirk soldier arrives 80 years later

Letter from Dunkirk soldier arrives 80 years later

Pte Harry Cole wrote the letter to his mother just before he was killed but it never made it back.
15 Coronavirus: One week in one hospital

Coronavirus: One week in one hospital

The BBC has been given unprecedented access to a hospital in the heart of London, for one week.
16 Denmark embraces live music drive-ins

Denmark embraces live music drive-ins

Mads Langer performs a drive-in concert for music fans in Copenhagen while social distancing.
17 Australia's megafauna roamed the tropics with first humans but then disappeared

Australia's megafauna roamed the tropics with first humans but then disappeared

New evidence shows climate change may have wiped out Australia's giant beasts.
18 Thirsk woman, 99, to stand 100 times for son's hospice

Thirsk woman, 99, to stand 100 times for son's hospice

As she turns 100, Joyce Richardson, of Thirsk, is raising funds for a hospice that cared for her son.
19 Maximus Meadows: Memorial cattery for rescue cat internet star

Maximus Meadows: Memorial cattery for rescue cat internet star

Stray cat Maximus touched many hearts when he was rescued from the streets of Sandwell in November.
20 Coronavirus: Nurse and doctor wed in hospital where they work

Coronavirus: Nurse and doctor wed in hospital where they work

Jann Tipping and Annalan Navaratnam were given special permission for the ceremony in London.
21 Coronavirus: Jamaican bobsleigh team in Peterborough Mini push

Coronavirus: Jamaican bobsleigh team in Peterborough Mini push

Two team members push a Mini around Peterborough as they cannot use their training facilities.
22 Coronavirus: How childminders are caring for children in their own home

Coronavirus: How childminders are caring for children in their own home

'Lots of soap' is crucial, say childminders who have stayed open for key workers' children.
23 Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

A BBC team tracking coronavirus misinformation has found links to assaults, arson and deaths - and the potential for even greater indirect harm.
24 Coronavirus: Parents of disabled children 'cut off and ignored'

Coronavirus: Parents of disabled children 'cut off and ignored'

Lockdown has left many families with disabled children feeling isolated and without support.
25 Soul Boy: The teen who found a home on the dancefloor

Soul Boy: The teen who found a home on the dancefloor

Anthony Flavin spent most of his life in care - a turning point was finding soul on the dancefloor.
26 Coronavirus: 'I made a ventilator from a coffee machine'

Coronavirus: 'I made a ventilator from a coffee machine'

Businessman Ross Hunter has reached the finals of a global challenge to create a low-cost ventilator.
27 Coronavirus: Why Merkel may help fund Europe's recovery plan

Coronavirus: Why Merkel may help fund Europe's recovery plan

Germany’s leader has agreed to shoulder some of the burden, but four "frugal" EU states are unhappy.
28 Coronavirus: China's plan to test everyone in Wuhan

Coronavirus: China's plan to test everyone in Wuhan

Officials said they planned to test all of Wuhan's residents over 10 days, so how have they done?
29 Mumbai: How Covid-19 has ravaged India's richest city

Mumbai: How Covid-19 has ravaged India's richest city

With nearly 30,000 cases, Mumbai accounts for more than a fifth of India's coronavirus infections.
30 Ramsdale's positive coronavirus test shook Bournemouth - Howe

Ramsdale's positive coronavirus test shook Bournemouth - Howe

Bournemouth goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale's positive coronavirus test has changed the mindset of staff at the club, according to manager Eddie Howe.
31 End of home advantage? What Premier League can learn from Bundesliga empty stadiums

End of home advantage? What Premier League can learn from Bundesliga empty stadiums

Having watched the Bundesliga restart in Germany, here are four things we have noticed that could affect Premier League games behind closed doors.
32 Fight Talk: Tyson Fury, Mike Tyson, Dereck Chisora, Floyd Mayweather and Tommy Fury

Fight Talk: Tyson Fury, Mike Tyson, Dereck Chisora, Floyd Mayweather and Tommy Fury

Tyson Fury is lined up by Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather is in the ring and some British fighters are angry with one particular American.
33 Netball Superleague: 2020 season terminated with immediate effect

Netball Superleague: 2020 season terminated with immediate effect

The 2020 Netball Superleague season is terminated with immediate effect because of the coronavirus pandemic.
34 MOTD podcast - Shearer and Wright discuss best Premier League games

MOTD podcast - Shearer and Wright discuss best Premier League games

Our Match of the Day pundits discuss and debate the best Premier League games of all time.
35 Coronavirus: When will shops open and what will the rules be?

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

Non-essential shops can reopen in England next month, but will I be able to buy a book or have a haircut?
36 Dominic Cummings: Did he break lockdown rules?

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?
37 Lockdown update: All you need to know about new measures

Lockdown update: All you need to know about new measures

How will social and work life be different after the easing of some restrictions in England?
38 How to keep safe while shopping in a coronavirus pandemic

How to keep safe while shopping in a coronavirus pandemic

From one way systems to not touching everything on the shelves - shopping will look very different.
39 Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?

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

Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
40 Coronavirus: Can it affect eyesight?

Coronavirus: Can it affect eyesight?

The prime minister's chief adviser says his vision was affected by coronavirus.
41 Coronavirus: What tests are being done in the UK?

Coronavirus: What tests are being done in the UK?

What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
42 Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak

Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak

Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
43 Coronavirus: What are social distancing and self-isolation rules?

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

Changes have been announced to guidelines in England on exercise and social distancing.
44 Coronavirus: What are the rules on caring for children during lockdown?

Coronavirus: What are the rules on caring for children during lockdown?

A look at the guidance as Downing Street backs Dominic Cummings over his 260-mile lockdown trip.
45 Dominic Cummings row: The families who stayed away in lockdown

Dominic Cummings row: The families who stayed away in lockdown

Members of the public have expressed anger after the PM's chief adviser travelled to Durham in lockdown.
46 Dominic Cummings: Full statement on lockdown row

Dominic Cummings: Full statement on lockdown row

The PM's chief adviser told a press conference he wanted to "clear up confusion" amid calls for him to resign.
47 Could you have to pay your bank to save money?

Could you have to pay your bank to save money?

As countries take extreme measures keep the economy afloat, could we see negative interest rates?
48 Coronavirus: How does contact tracing work and is my data safe?

Coronavirus: How does contact tracing work and is my data safe?

Millions in the UK will soon be asked to monitor who they have been near to combat coronavirus.
49 Coronavirus: How safe are takeaways and supermarket deliveries?

Coronavirus: How safe are takeaways and supermarket deliveries?

If coronavirus can be transferred on to surfaces, what are the risks of buying food?
50 What's the risk on public transport?

What's the risk on public transport?

Bus and train operators are reducing services and increasing cleaning.
51 Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?

Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?

What do you need to know if you're planning to fly during the Covid-19 pandemic?
52 Coronavirus: Can children catch and pass on coronavirus?

Coronavirus: Can children catch and pass on coronavirus?

BBC's Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus.
53 Coronavirus: Where do governments borrow money?

Coronavirus: Where do governments borrow money?

How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
54 Amazon under threat: Fires, loggers and now virus

Amazon under threat: Fires, loggers and now virus

How the loss of the Amazon goes beyond deforestation - and what the nine countries that share this natural resource are doing to protect it.
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