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How the pandemic has affected child development in one primary school in north-east England.
The man's citizenship was removed in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack which killed 22 people.
Chancellor Merkel bows out from her role at the EU's helm, praised as Europe's "compass".
Australia is the only rich nation still wedded to coal, despite urgent calls to stop its use.
Students were suspended and barred from school activities for wearing long hair, the lawsuit says.
The home secretary wants to change the law after the BBC revealed a big rise in cases being dropped.
An incident involving US actor Alec Baldwin puts the spotlight on an item often used on film sets.
It may be more contagious than Delta, but there is no evidence yet that it causes worse illness, experts say.
Health service figures are calling for stricter Covid restrictions in England to protect the NHS.
Chris Storey is waiving his right to anonymity in the hope of helping other people.
Five officers have cases to answer over messages sent on WhatsApp and Signal, the police watchdog says.
We speak to experts about reports of people being injected with drugs without them knowing.
Trafalgar Day is marked with a service at Britannia Royal Naval College's chapel.
A man is also being treated in hospital after the firearm was discharged on set in New Mexico.
The 95-year-old spent Wednesday night in hospital, after a busy few weeks of public engagements.
Bars are giving female staff the night off and closing early to coincide with a nightclub boycott.
Bernard Haitink led the world's top orchestras in London, Amsterdam, Chicago and Dresden.
A skull was reportedly found in the hunt for Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in Gabby Petito's death.
The Crown Court backlog could remain a problem for years, severely affecting victims, says a watchdog.
His comments are an apparent departure from the long-held US position of "strategic ambiguity".