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Coronavirus: Sir Keir Starmer blames government 'failure' for new COVID-19 measures
New coronavirus restrictions are "necessary" but were "not inevitable" and represent the government's failure, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Coronavirus: UK reports third highest number of daily COVID-19 cases ever
The UK has reported 6,178 new coronavirus cases - the highest daily total in four months.
Breonna Taylor: Fury as no police charged directly over fatal shooting
A police officer has been indicted following the death of Breonna Taylor in March - but not on charges directly linked to her being shot.
Coronavirus: Greggs factory staff test positive for COVID - but sausage roll supplies unaffected
Bakery chain Greggs has insisted supplies of its sausage rolls will be unaffected after a coronavirus outbreak among factory staff.
Coronavirus: Rule-breakers hit with £1,000 fines - including two people in virus hotspot Bolton
Two people in Bolton who "recklessly" flouted self-isolation rules have been hit with £1,000 fines.
Coronavirus: The government's contact-tracing app is being relaunched - so what's new?
The government will finally release a mobile phone app on Thursday that people in England and Wales can use to establish whether they may have been exposed to coronavirus.
The Pantanal: How wildfire devastated life in the world's largest tropical wetland
A speedboat skims across the waters of the Piquiri river in central Brazil; on board are a group of vets and animal trackers.
Brexit: Michael Gove says lorry drivers will need 'Kent Access Permit' to access county once transition period ends
Lorry drivers exporting goods to Europe through Kent after the Brexit transition period ends will need to have a permit or face police action, a senior minister has told MPs.
Bake Off raises spirits as new series with Matt Lucas proves rating hit
The Great British Bake Off's first episode of the new series has proved a ratings hit for Channel 4 - averaging 6.9 million viewers and peaking at 7.9 million.
Europe's migration headache 'is getting worse quickly', says Maltese foreign minister
Europe's plans to tackle the arrival of migrants and refugees risks being undermined by the economic effects of COVID-19, according to one of the nations most profoundly affected by migration.