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A leaked document outlines plans to encourage people with Covid symptoms to get tested and stay home.
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Clothing sales were hit hardest, with the sector seeing a 25% drop in sales last year.
Brexit: Nissan commits to keep making cars in Sunderland
The Japanese car maker has told the BBC its Sunderland plant is secure for the long term.
Covid: Bond film No Time To Die delayed for third time
The premiere of No Time To Die, Daniel Craig's final 007 outing, is pushed back again due to Covid.
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Paula Badosa reveals she has the virus and apologises for making complaints about quarantine rules.
Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia
The tech giant says it will remove its main search function from Australia if it passes a new law.
China mine rescue: Survivors to remain trapped at least two more weeks
The survivors in the collapsed Shandong province mine have been underground since 10 January.
Manaus: Brazil's city on the Amazon river buckles under second Covid wave
Doctors in the Amazon's biggest city, Manaus, are struggling to control rising numbers of deaths and cases.
Handsworth murder probe: Boy dies after street attack
Police say the 'level of violence' unleashed on the 15-year-old in broad daylight is 'inconceivable'.
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The couple paid themselves the sum despite heavy losses at Mrs Beckham's fashion brand.
Mick Norcross: Towie star and businessman dies aged 57
Stars of the Essex-based reality show pay tribute to a "true gentleman" and "one of the good guys".
President Biden and unity: Can the next generation unify America?
Democrat Ala'a and Republican Caleb, both 16, on whether President Biden's call for unity can be achieved.
Newspaper headlines: £500 Covid payment and flood devastation
Friday's front pages suggest ministers are considering making a cash payment to everyone who tests positive.
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Bridgerton second series 'exciting', says writer
The author behind the book speaks exclusively to the BBC about the news of a second series.
Biden's new-look Oval Office is a nod to past US leadership
Busts of influential civil rights leaders sit alongside portraits of famous presidents.
Wuhan lockdown: A year of China's fight against the Covid pandemic
The world's first coronavirus quarantine began in Wuhan a year ago - how has China changed since then?
Vaccine volunteers: 'It's felt good to fight back against Covid'
Some of those leading the nation's vaccination effort have told of their experiences.
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