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A-level students in England will be able to use mock exam grades to get into to university

A-level students in England can use mock exam grades to get into university

The Tate Modern was among the venues to join the We Make Events: Red Alert demonstration

Arts venues light up in 'Red Alert' to Government over live events industry

The UK is heading for a recession due to the coronavirus pandemic

What is a recession and how will it affect you?

Leaders in Oldham have warned of tough new restrictions if the infection rate continues to rise

Pendle and Oldham 'heading for stricter lockdown' as coronavirus infection rate jumps

Nicola Sturgeon has issued a "yellow card" to football bosses over coronavirus breaches

Coronavirus: Sturgeon issues 'yellow card' to Scottish football as Celtic games postponed

Vladimir Putin insists the jab is safe and one of his daughters has been innoculated

'No evidence' Russia's coronavirus vaccine is safe and 'could make things worse'

The Prime Minister has insisted it is safe for pupils in England to return

PM says there's 'no doubt' it's safe for pupils to return to schools in England

Debenhams is to axe 2,500 jobs

Debenhams to cut up to 2,500 jobs due to impact of coronavirus

A classroom in Burnfoot Community School in Hawick in the Scottish Borders

First look inside school in Scotland as they begin to reopen after five months of lockdown

The canteen in the police station has registered for the scheme

'Disgust' over police canteen registered for Eat Out Help Out scheme

Pupils will have staggered start and finish times, shorter classes and PE will only happen outdoors

Scottish schools start reopening as pupils welcomed back

A charity has issued advice for sex during the pandemic

People should wear masks during sex and avoid kissing, says sexual health charity

The grim milestone was reached in the early hours of Tuesday morning, UK time, with 20,011,186 cases worldwide

Worldwide coronavirus cases hit 20 million with more than 730,000 deaths

Boris Johnson has announced funding for NHS upgrades to cope with a possible second wave of coronavirus

Boris Johnson announces £300m for NHS upgrades amid fears of coronavirus second wave

The national service will move from 18,000 to 12,000 contact tracers on August 24

Test and Trace cuts 6,000 staff in favour of local authority approach

Gyms and other indoor areas in Wales have reopened after a further easing of lockdown restrictions

Wales reopens gyms and indoor play areas as lockdown restrictions ease

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