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Shopping centres including Trafford and Lakeside will continue to trade under administrators KPMG.
Daniel Ricciardo says he and Renault have "moved on" from his decision to switch to McLaren next year ahead of the start of the new season.
It understood that a suspect was shot dead by police after the incident at a hotel in Glasgow.
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More than 40,000 infections recorded in a day as surge prompts some states to halt reopenings.
Novak Djokovic's coach Goran Ivanisevic is the latest person involved with the world number one's Adria Tour to test positive for coronavirus.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says there were no deaths from confirmed cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Jonty Bravery threw a six-year-old boy from a 10th floor viewing platform at London's Tate Modern.
Ministers fear over-reliance on US-based GPS in the event of an attack or technical failure.
Christopher Nolan's movies play inside Fortnite while his latest film is delayed again.
Researchers at the University of Oxford identified the pattern in hospital case data for England.
Intu, the owner of the Trafford, Braehead and Lakeside centres, fails to reach a deal with lenders.
Two unnamed officers were suspended after non-official images of the scene were shared.
The British Athletics Championships are rescheduled for 4-5 September and will take place behind closed doors.
Sun-seekers should cooperate and observe distancing rules, Environment Secretary George Eustice says.
People who have been in close contact with someone found to have Covid-19 are now being traced.
Mark Lawrenson takes on Peter Crouch's co-host Alex Horne to make predictions for this weekend's FA Cup quarter-finals and Premier League games.
The US president launches a new legal challenge to his predecessor's signature law.
A retired midwife has spoken out about the racism she faced over five decades in Yorkshire.
The government says it's working "around the clock" to provide protective equipment, but doctors say shortages put lives at risk.