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- Council asks Worcestershire family to cover coronavirus rainbow door frame
- Tributes to Mike Penhalagan after American footballer's death
- Grange prison conditions 'deteriorated after closure news'
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- Coronavirus: South west roads 'very busy' as lockdown eased
- Bath pub manager 'worried' about large party bookings
- South Somerset Council: Battery bank generates cash for frontline services
- Coronavirus: Is it the right time for pubs to reopen?
- Weston-super-Mare stabbing: Family tribute to 'gentle' man
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- EFL play-offs: League One teams prepare to return for final promotion spot
- Anthony Joyce death: Second arrest in Oxford murder probe
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- PC Andrew Harper murder trial: Jurors visit death scene
- Oxford murder accused appears in court
- Oxford University will interview prospective candidates online
- Oxford travellers' site death: Man charged with murder
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- Friends embrace 'Super Saturday' as pubs and bars reopen
- Coronavirus: How will London's economy look after lockdown?
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- Islington shooting: Man in 20s shot dead
- Coronavirus: Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen in England
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Chris Porsz put together a collection of images to say thank you to those who moved to the UK.
Pauline Laybourne "burst into tears" when she was told a new pair of lungs were available.
Cambridge University accepts David Starkey's resignation, saying: "We do not tolerate racism."
The cost of a Dutch-style roundabout has nearly trebled from its original estimate.
From baking to DIY haircuts, people from the East of England have shared their lockdown life.
A charity apologises for telling residents it wanted to close their home within a week.
The manager says it was the hardest time of her life but now residents are "healthy and happy".
A mental health nurse talks about his recovery from coronavirus after 60 days in intensive care.
Lucasz Sandelewski, 36, consumed a fatal dose of caffeine at home in Peterborough, an inquest hears.
A hospital trust tested 39 of the 273 patients discharged to care homes in March and mid-April.
At its peak, 65 people with coronavirus were being cared for at Royal Papworth Hospital in Cambridge.
A stained glass window honouring eugenicist Sir Ronald Fisher will go after "considered discussion".
The decision comes as the government is finalising a review of Chinese film's role in 5G networks.
Marjorie Pollard did her first BBC commentary on a men's cricket match in 1935.
The body of Mindaugas Arlauskas, from Wisbech, was found at an industrial estate on 9 May.
Imogen Heidel-Papworth wants help to reach her 7.1 million kick-up challenge for charity.
Mark O'Hara joins Motherwell on a permanent deal after having a spell on loan at Fir Park last season.
How three different places of worship in Cambridge are preparing to reopen from 4 July.
The Princes tinned food plant reported 14 workers had caught the virus.
The duchess made the pledge to Stuart and Carla Delf, whose son Fraser died of a rare syndrome.