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Coronavirus: Barber reopens at stroke of midnight as Scotland's lockdown eases
A young barber is among the first in the latest group of businesses to begin trading again on the first day of Scotland's relaxed lockdown.
Coronavirus: Blackburn with Darwen Council announces new measures to avoid being next local lockdown area
Two Lancashire towns teetering on the edge of local lockdown have announced new emergency measures to tackle coronavirus outbreaks.
Coronavirus: Weekly COVID-19 deaths fall to lowest level since lockdown first introduced
The number of weekly registered deaths involving the coronavirus has fallen to the lowest level since the lockdown was first introduced.
Coronavirus: Will the hospitality industry pass on VAT cuts to consumers?
The hospitality and tourism sectors are set to benefit from a reduction in VAT from today - but there are concerns the savings might not be passed on to consumers.
Coronavirus: New Banksy piece on London Tube encourages people to wear masks
Banksy has released a video of him spray painting masked rats on the London Underground in his latest commentary on the coronavirus pandemic.
Katie Price says 'brave and strong' son Harvey still in intensive care
Katie Price says her son Harvey is being "brave and strong" in intensive care and she has been able to FaceTime him after he was admitted to hospital on Sunday.
British Gymnastics: Amy Tinkler 'had no option but to quit' after no response to formal complaint
Olympic bronze medallist Amy Tinkler felt she had no option but to quit gymnastics due to her negative experiences in the sport.
Johnny Depp's housekeeper 'horrified' after finding 'faeces in bed', court hears
Johnny Depp's housekeeper was "horrified and disgusted" after finding "human faeces" in a bed at the star's penthouse in Los Angeles, the High Court has been told.
Coronavirus: 'Running out of options' - Baby girl may need lifetime of therapy as pandemic delays surgery
The mother of a baby with a cleft palate says she has "sleepless nights" worrying about the long-term damage to her daughter's speech because her operation has been cancelled.
Coronavirus: Tory MP Sir Desmond Swayne attacks face masks in shops order
A Tory MP has criticised the "monstrous imposition" of shoppers being forced to wear masks to stop the spread of coronavirus.