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Up to three million people living in the former colony are being given the chance to settle in the UK.
NHS Dumfries and Galloway confirms nine new cases in Gretna and Annan areas since Monday.
Businesses including Topshop owner Arcadia, Harrods, John Lewis, Airbus and EasyJet are cutting back.
Wigan Athletic go into administration, becoming the first English professional club to do so since the coronavirus pandemic.
How Northampton has found a new home for the rough sleepers who are moving out of hotels.
Eva Longoria and Cynthia Erivo are among those who have been invited to join the Academy.
Families of children with special educational needs tell MPs support "fell off a cliff" in lockdown.
A Swedish study found twice as many people had protective T-cells as tested positive for antibodies.
The BBC will show highlights from the past three Olympic Games with 12 days of dedicated Olympics Rewind shows.
This month's FA Cup semi-final between Manchester United and Chelsea will be shown live on BBC One.
The TV host and newspaper agony uncle says he "misjudged" his response to a reader's concerns.
An 18-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of murdering sisters Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry.
Arsenal and Netherlands forward Vivianne Miedema is named the Football Writers' Association Women's Footballer of the Year.
The landlord of the Colston Arms in Bristol asks for the public's help in choosing a new name.
There's a warning that if all Christmas shows are called off, many theatres "will go to the wall".
From reminders of school meals to an F1 simulator, bowler Mark Wood gives an insight into England's bio-secure environment.
To mark the BBC's 'Murray Weekend' we look back at the Briton's most memorable moments - and want you to vote for your favourite.
The deputy first minster says the funeral of Bobby Storey took place "in accordance" with coronavirus guidelines.
The SSP Group has been hit badly by the reduction in train and air travel caused by the coronavirus.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Wednesday morning.