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Applications for a "second and final" grant of up to £6,570 will open in August, the chancellor says.
The disgraced movie producer is currently serving a 23-year prison sentence for rape.
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers says he "had no strength" after contracting the coronavirus in March.
The CEO of PlayStation reveals how it's responded to coronavirus as it prepares to release the PS5.
Figures show a reduction in the number of people fined since lockdown rules were eased in England.
The government is currently paying part of the wages of more than 8 million furloughed workers.
England is set to have its driest May in 124 years as some areas warn of drought conditions.
Uzma Khan was beaten by three rich women and their guards. Why is this not a headline in Pakistan?
Omar Jimenez was reporting on protests in Minneapolis when he was detained by officers.
Athletes back the Olympic Federation of Ireland's call for exemptions to current Covid-19 restrictions to assist competitors training for the Tokyo Games.
The Ministry of Defence says the strikes in Iraq on the Islamic State group all hit their targets.
The former director of global news at the BBC will examine online posts from programmes and staff.
Airfield staff thought the pilot made an emergency landing but he came to enjoy the coast, a report says.
Cannabis residues have been found on an altar in an ancient desert temple in Israel.
The old band are (almost all) back together for a charity event, broadcast from each of their homes.
What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income?
The UK's biggest building society says struggling applicants should be flagged to lenders.
Images show how unrest spread in Minnesota after the death of George Floyd in police custody.
Solicitors warn of an increase in vigilantism, but ministers say they are working hard to clear cases.
The structure was constructed by staff at an events company whose children attend the school.