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The Duchess of Cornwall and Dame Judi Dench tell 5 Live neither of them had really liked being online before.
Campaigners say the move is "morally bankrupt" after ministers find "isolated" humanitarian violations.
A letter delivered to Downing Street warns the industry faces collapse in two weeks.
Meet the care workers who opted to live in their care home to protect the residents from Covid-19.
Spanish two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is set to return to Formula 1 with Renault next year.
Downing Street hits back at claims Boris Johnson was trying to shift blame for coronavirus deaths.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his dream is to have a team "full of Scousers" - with all first-team players graduating from the club's academy.
The light show in South Korea also reminded people to wash their hands.
A pub manager describes how her business handled the news that a customer had tested positive for coronavirus.
English cricket's 18 counties vote to play both red ball and white ball cricket when the delayed 2020 season starts on 1 August.
The government is likely to announce changes to stamp duty to help cut costs for anyone buying a home.
The project will start in Birmingham and gradually extend to other areas of the country.
A survey by the Office for National Statistics looked at who had been infected in the community in England.
The inquiry into 72 deaths is urged to be on the "right side of history" when it publishes its findings.
A day after leaving the band, Tom Meighan pleads guilty to attacking the woman in front of a child.
US Secretary of State hints that Chinese apps - like TikTok - could be targeted.
Boris Johnson says "too many care homes didn't really follow the procedures", so what was the coronavirus guidance given to them?
The ex-Army officer pleads guilty to making indecent "Category A" images of children.
Ex-England forward Eniola Aluko says targets are needed to increase black, Asian and minority ethnic inclusion at the top level of UK Sport.
A resident of a Melbourne tower block that was put into complete lockdown says they had no notice.