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Sunday Evening - 6.00pm
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Covid: Boris Johnson calls for 'resolve' to fight coronavirus over winter
But Boris Johnson warns the nation further measures may be necessary if the new rules are not followed.
Covid: Ban on meeting in houses extended across Scotland
Nicola Sturgeon says visiting other people's homes will no longer be allowed as part of efforts to slow the virus.
Coronavirus weddings: 'We have to phone 15 people and uninvite them'
Couples react as Boris Johnson halves the number of people allowed to attend a wedding to 15.
Covid: Pubs in Wales to close at 22:00 from Thursday
Pubs will be forced to close early every night in a bid to tackle the rising rate of coronavirus.
Bank of England boss calls for furlough 'rethink'
Governor Andrew Bailey suggests that some sectors may benefit from further targeted help.
Covid: US death toll passes 200,000
The US is the worst hit country in the world and cases are still continuing to rise, data shows.
Covid: US funeral directors reflect on 200,000 death toll
Three funeral directors reflect on the human toll of the pandemic, as the US hits a milestone.
Climate change: China aims for 'carbon neutrality by 2060'
China's surprise announcement of a long-term goal to curb emissions boosts UN climate talks.
Quadrupling in schools sending pupils home in Covid cases
School attendance figures for England show big rise in pupils sent home because of Covid-19 incidents.
Leighton Buzzard hit by two earthquakes in one day
The British Geological Survey says there was a 3.0-magnitude tremor followed by a 2.1-magnitude one.
Barclays to send staff back to working from home
City firms SocGen and Lloyd's of London also tell staff to stop coming into the office after new guidance.
Changes to gender recognition laws ruled out
Ministers decide existing laws are adequate to help trans people have their gender legally recognised.
John Lennon killer says sorry for 'despicable act'
Mark Chapman has apologised to the late Beatle's widow, Yoko Ono, for his murder in 1980.
Newspaper headlines: 'Rule of six months' and second lockdown warning
Wednesday's papers focus on Boris Johnson's TV broadcast about the latest coronavirus measures.
Coronavirus restrictions: 'I'm going to struggle at university because of my ADHD'
Aberystwyth student Lacey Small writes about her worries for those at university with ADHD.
Australia whales: 90 dead in mass stranding off Tasmania
Rescuers are racing to save the survivors of a group of 270 whales beached off Tasmania's west coast.
Internet: Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months
Every morning at 7am when the second hand TV was switched on, the village internet went down.
Covid: School bus drivers fearful of coronavirus infection risk
Drivers and unions raise concerns about a lack of social distancing on school services.
Brazil's Amazon: Fireman 'saving what's not burnt'
Carlos Rodrigues is among the firefighters trying to save patches of Brazil's rainforest from burning.
Wigs: A new fashion trend for black men?
A start-up in London is on a mission to make wigs cool, with a focus on young, black men.
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