Coronavirus: No Botox and no fillers under lockdown

BBC News - 12 hours 39 min ago
Living without fillers and Botox under lockdown is a mental health challenge for some individuals.

Supreme Court to rule on 'paedophile hunters' case

BBC News - 12 hours 53 min ago
Mark Sutherland was snared after sending explicit pictures to what he believed was a 13-year-old boy.

Asian hornet: UK beekeepers on lookout for bee-eater

BBC News - 12 hours 57 min ago
The bee-eating Asian hornet has already reached the Channel Islands and beekeepers fear it could soon reach the UK mainland.

Coronavirus: 'Our son with Down's syndrome is thriving in lockdown'

BBC News - 12 hours 58 min ago
Zachary, 4, has been hospitalised with chest infections many times, but his parents say he has never been so well.

Portraits of Humanity shortlist revealed

BBC News - 12 hours 59 min ago
Two hundred shortlisted photos aim to show there is more that unites us than sets us apart.

Enjoying lockdown: 'Not having anything in my diary was a blessing in disguise'

BBC News - 13 hours 57 sec ago
For people whose diaries are usually full, the quarantine period has made them reassess their priorities.

Peter Crouch on jumping from planes and 'the ultimate retirement'

BBC News - 13 hours 3 min ago
The retired footballer had to jump out of a plane for his new Saturday night BBC One show.

Nissan: UK factory still under threat from no-deal Brexit

BBC News - 13 hours 11 min ago
Britain's largest car plant is "unsustainable" without a trade deal, the Japanese company says.

Coronavirus: Labour urges PM to stop 'winging it' over easing restrictions

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 11:54pm
The PM is accused of "winging it" by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and risking a new wave of infections.

The Papers: 'Joy' over prospect of summer holidays for Britons

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 11:08pm
Many of Wednesday's front pages assess whether Britons will be likely to get a summer holiday this year.

Zoom sees sales boom amid pandemic

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 10:31pm
The video conference company has become ubiquitous during lockdown, bringing new challenges.

Frankie & Benny's owner: Some sites won't reopen

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 10:30pm
In an email seen by the BBC, the owner of the restaurant chain says that lockdown has hit trade.

George Floyd: Labour urges ban on riot control exports to US

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 10:14pm
Labour calls for an end to tear gas sales amid criticism of police response to George Floyd protests.

George Floyd protests: Trudeau's epic pause when asked about Trump's response

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 10:13pm
Asked about race, unrest and the US response, the Canadian prime minister chose his words carefully.

Positive coronavirus test won't mean race is called off - Carey

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 9:15pm
A race would not be cancelled in the re-started season if a driver or team member tested positive for coronavirus, says Formula 1 boss Chase Carey.

Wednesday's gossip: Chelsea make Chilwell main target

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 8:59pm
Chelsea make Chilwell main target, Zidane still interested in Pogba, Man Utd eye Almada alternative, plus more.

Coronavirus: Evening update as report finds ethnic minorities are at greater risk

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 8:31pm
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.

Massive queues as McDonald's reopens Scottish drive-thru restaurants

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 7:18pm
Police have directed long queues of traffic at some Scottish McDonald's drive-thrus.

Hamilton 'overcome with rage' at US events following Floyd's death

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 7:08pm
Lewis Hamilton says he is "completely overcome with rage" at events in the USA following George Floyd's death.

Coronavirus: London key workers to star on cover of British Vogue

BBC News - 2 June 2020 - 7:05pm
Community midwife Rachel Millar describes being on the cover of Vogue as "surreal".


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