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The head of the Office for National Statistics say the gains made so far need to be protected.
Confusion over building safety rules has left many people unable to move home without hard-to-obtain checks.
The British Horseracing Authority says it has spoken to the government following a BBC Panorama programme detailing allegations about the missing daughter of Sheikh Mohammed.
The child died in hospital after firefighters rescued them from a fire in flat in south London.
Captain Joe Root says England would be "stupid" not to learn lessons from their 3-1 Test series defeat in India.
A soldier - understood to be in the Welsh Guards - was fatally injured during live-fire training.
From the mystery behind his name to how he brought Bollywood vibes to Durham, the story behind India's newest star spinner Axar Patel.
England's series defeat in India is sealed with one final, abject batting collapse on the third day of the fourth Test in Ahmedabad.
A councillor says a pilot's 40-mile trip to get a sandwich is a "flagrant abuse" of lockdown rules.
The US poet says she was offered no apology after being confronted while returning home.
England and Wasps flanker Jack Willis "could be out for up to a year" after having surgery on a medial collateral ligament injury in his left knee.
Two men have been arrested after suffering serious injuries in the incident.
Handball is a minefield, VAR isn't ruining football and top-flight referees are as competent as ever, says former official Lee Probert
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday morning.
Stormont signer Kristina Sinclair's children use sign language despite not having hearing difficulties.
It is hoped the wider rollout of workplace testing will mean more asymptomatic cases are detected.
The pontiff is expected to discuss inter-faith relations on the second day of his historic trip.
There is "strong evidence" services for female patients in England need improving, ministers say.
Televised briefings will "increase public accountability and transparency", the Cabinet Office says.
Health staff "have literally kept the country alive for the past year", says the British Medical Association.