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Prince Philip: Charles says dear papa was very special
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Big Brother star Nikki Grahame dies aged 38
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Bafta Film Awards 2021: Two-night ceremony announces first winners
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Huge plumes of smoke filled the sky above the Caribbean island, forcing thousands from their homes.


Matt Hancock had 'private drink' with David Cameron and Lex Greensill
An ally of Matt Hancock tells the BBC he "acted in entirely the correct way" after the 2019 meeting.


Coronavirus: UK reports largest number of second jabs in one day
A total of 450,136 second doses were received on Friday - with 106,878 first doses also given.


Myanmar coup: 'Dozens killed' in military crackdown in Bago
Activists say more than 80 people were killed in the city of Bago in protests against the military coup.


Giorgos Karaivaz: Veteran crime journalist shot dead in Greece
Giorgos Karaivaz was shot with a silenced weapon by two men on a moped outside his home in Athens.


Election campaigns to resume after duke's death
Campaigning will resume after tributes to Prince Philip in the Commons, Holyrood and the Senedd.


Alibaba: Chinese regulator slaps huge fine on tech giant
The e-commerce company Alibaba Group is fined $2.75bn for violating anti-monopoly rules.


Tenby 'tombstoning' rescue: Unconscious man pulled from sea, police say
The 23-year-old was not breathing but regained consciousness after being given CPR, police say.


Covid: Over 100 Paris restaurant diners fined for violating rules
More than 100 diners at a Paris restaurant are fined and the manager arrested for violating Covid restrictions.


The Papers: Duke missed 'enormously' as funeral plans released
Sunday's papers carry Prince Charles's tribute to Prince Philip, who died on Friday at the age of 99.


Gyms re-opening: 'Everyone's raring to go - but take it slow'
Gyms open in England this week, but people should "take it slow" to get their fitness levels back.


Lockdown eases: How we fit bras at a social distance
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Prince Philip: The Royal Navy years
Prince Philip's Royal Navy years were a defining experience, and led to him meeting Princess Elizabeth.


Saving green turtles... by cooling their eggs
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Your pictures on the theme of 'my favourite food'
A selection of striking images from our readers on this week's theme.


Prince Philip: What would you say to the Queen today?
People in Windsor tell us their messages for the Queen, as she mourns the loss of her husband, Prince Philip.


How Prince Philip's death was reported worldwide
Media outlets around the globe break the news of the Duke of Edinburgh's death, aged 99.


Moscow's palatial Yeliseyevsky food hall closes after 120 years
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Covid-19: Debunking the latest wave of medical misinformation
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Rachael Blackmore: Historic Grand National triumph for modest trailblazer
The rise of jockey Rachael Blackmore - the modest trailblazer who made Grand National history


‘I can’t wait to go shopping again, it's been ages’
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Ghana's farmers eye sweet success from chocolate
Ghana is the world's second largest cocoa producer but sees little of the profits from chocolate - for now.


Prince Philip tributes: 'I wanted my grandchildren to remember this day'
People from all generations have come to Windsor to pay tribute to Prince Philip after his death.


Bafta Film Awards 2021: The winners and nominees
See the winners so far and all the nominees for this year's British Academy Film Awards.


'You look like you've had a heavy Christmas!' When the public met the duke
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Rescheduled Dubai Expo hopes to attract 25 million visits
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Vernon Kay on Game of Talents and why 'autocue ruined T4'
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'I went from spreadsheets to proning Covid patients'
Thousands of NHS staff, from dentists to physiotherapists, have been redeployed during the pandemic.


Rose joint second as Matsuyama takes four-shot Masters lead
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama shoots a 65 on Saturday to take a four-shot lead into the final day of the Masters, with England's Justin Rose tied for second.


'Alexander-Arnold has nothing to prove' - Klopp wants to focus on 'massive win'
Trent Alexander-Arnold does not have to "prove anything", said Jurgen Klopp who wants to focus on Liverpool's "massive" 2-1 win over Aston Villa.


He's led Leeds' 'transformation' - but will 'enigma' Bielsa still be there next season?
BBC Sport's Simon Stone looks at the impact Marcelo Bielsa has had at Leeds and the importance of him staying at Elland Road.


Benn stuns Vargas with 80-second knockout
Conor Benn produces the finest display of his 18-fight career as he knocks out Samuel Vargas in 80 seconds.


'He can still improve his hunger' - Tuchel wants more from Havertz as Chelsea go fourth
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel challenged Kai Havertz to show greater "hunger and determination" after the forward impressed in a dominant victory at Crystal Palace.


Prince Philip: Sporting fixtures pay tribute to Duke of Edinburgh
Further tributes will be paid across the sporting weekend to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who died on Friday aged 99.


Watch: Conners hits hole-in-one at Masters
Canada's Corey Connors scores only the sixth hole-in-one in tournament history at the par three-sixth hole at Augusta National, moving into contention in the third round of The Masters.


Prince Philip: What are the plans for his funeral?
What happens next in the days leading up to the ceremonial funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh?


Prince Philip: A turbulent childhood stalked by exile, mental illness and death
In marrying, Philip was able to regain the "simple pleasures" of family life he had lost at eight.


Prince Philip on royal duty: In his own words
For some, the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered most vividly for his public comments.


What the reaction to Prince Philip's death says about us
Writer and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth reflects on the public response to the Duke of Edinburgh's death.


When the Queen was snapped 'giggling' at Prince Philip
A royal occasion descended into bewilderment and chuckles after a swarm of bees descended.


Prince Charles on Prince Philip: 'My family and I miss my father enormously'
Prince Charles said his father "would have been amazed by... the touching things that have been said".


Prince Philip: How the Royal Navy shaped the Duke of Edinburgh
From his rescue as a toddler to thwarting wartime sea raids, the duke - and his outlook on life - was shaped by the navy.


The Queen and Prince Philip: An enduring royal romance
During their 73-year marriage, he was the Queen's public support and the person who knew her best.


Prince Philip: Matt Smith and Tobias Menzies on playing the duke in The Crown
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Philip tributes: 'A rock, a hero and one of a kind'
Members of the public gather at Buckingham Palace to lay flowers and show support for the Queen.


Prince Philip: Duke's support for Aberfan families remembered
The duke visited the devastated village within hours of the tragedy that claimed 144 lives.


Prince Philip: Death of the Duke of Edinburgh announced
Crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle and people laid floral tributes.


Prince Philip: The Duke of Edinburgh's Award 'saved me from jail'
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Obituary: HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, won widespread respect for his steadfast and constant support of the Queen.


Prince Philip: 99 years, 143 countries and one very famous wife
He was the man beside Queen Elizabeth II - and arguably the world's most famous husband.


The announcement of the death of Prince Philip
The BBC's announcement as Buckingham Palace confirms the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.


Covid: When can restaurants and pubs reopen and what are the rules?
Hospitality venues are set to gradually open up as lockdown eases across the UK.


What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown?
The rules on how many people can meet outdoors are changing, as lockdown is eased.


England lockdown: Countdown to freedom
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Covid: How to get a test for coronavirus
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How many people can I have a drink with? And other questions
We answer some of your questions about England's roadmap out of lockdown, and other Covid-related issues.


Covid: When can I go on holiday abroad or in the UK?
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Covid: How are European countries tackling the pandemic?
Are European countries relaxing restrictions put in place to control a new wave of infections?


Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as almost 32 million people receive at least one dose.


Covid: When will I get the vaccine?
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Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?
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Rare blood clots - what you need to know
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AstraZeneca vaccine: How do you weigh up the risks and benefits?
A guide to the risks and benefits of receiving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.


Covid: How does the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine work?
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What are the UK plans for Covid passports?
The government is considering how people could prove they are unlikely to transmit Covid.


Covid: What is the rule of six and what are the social distancing rules?
Lockdown rules are being eased further in England and Wales so more people can meet up outside.


Covid: Can my boss force me to go to work?
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Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?
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Coronavirus: When will pools, gyms and hairdressers open?
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Lockdown rules: What are the restrictions in your area?
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Coronavirus: What are the rules for places of worship?
Places of worship are open across much of the UK, despite lockdown.


Coronavirus: Your tributes to those who have died
A collection of your tributes to some of the thousands of people in the UK who have died with coronavirus.


Why is the EU unhappy with AstraZeneca?
The EU has called on AstraZeneca to "catch up" on its deliveries to the EU.


What are the rules for weddings and when can I hold a reception?
Wedding ceremonies are still restricted across the UK, but the rules are easing.


Covid: What’s the problem with the EU vaccine rollout?
The coronavirus vaccine is being rolled out across the EU but there have been delays.


Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?
As the UK cautiously unlocks, experts will review the evidence on when and where masks are needed.


Unemployment rate: How many people are out of work?
The unemployment rate is rising as Covid hits different parts of the economy.


Covid: What's happened to crime during the pandemic?
From dog theft to drug crime, lockdown has led to some big changes in policing.


Covid: The inside story of the government's battle against the virus
Twenty of Downing Street's most senior politicians, officials and former officials take you "into the room" where essential Covid decisions were being made.


Covid: The countries that nailed it, and what we can learn from them
A year into the pandemic, we look at countries that have had some success in tackling the virus.


Race report: Was controversy part of the plan?
How the government handled the release of a contentious report on racial disparity in the UK.


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Letterbox contact: ‘Don’t my birth children have a right to know I’m dying?'
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The cost of speaking up against China
Uyghurs abroad describe a pattern of harassment and intimidation they say is designed to silence them.


The vaccine misinformation battle raging in France
Online conspiracy theories are exacerbating existing vaccine scepticism.


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