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- Redditch man jailed for spitting at police officer
- 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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- Funeral of US fighter pilot Lt Kenneth Allen to be live streamed
- Ipswich balcony fall: Murder arrests after man plunges to his death
- Stars back plea to support UK live music industry
- Councils 'need culture change' to boost diversity, campaigner says
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- Luke Woolfenden: Ipswich Town centre-back signs new four-year deal
- Coronavirus has 'wasted my entire body' says ex-Papworth patient
- Covid-19: £11.2m plan for Norfolk and Suffolk economies
- Coronavirus: Photos give a glimpse of healthcare workers' lives
BBC Somerset News Feed
- 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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- Portsmouth v Oxford United
- Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?
- EFL play-offs: League One teams prepare to return for final promotion spot
- Anthony Joyce death: Second arrest in Oxford murder probe
- Plan to turn Oxford's department store Boswells into hotel
- 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
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
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- Friends embrace 'Super Saturday' as pubs and bars reopen
- Coronavirus: How will London's economy look after lockdown?
- Coronavirus: Pubs and hairdressers 'excited to be open'
- Islington shooting: Man in 20s shot dead
- Coronavirus: Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen in England
- Fulham v Birmingham City
- Brentford v Wigan Athletic
- What does ‘one metre plus’ mean?
- White City: Police officers hurt breaking up illegal music event
As people in England enjoy their first night out in months, police voice fears about social distancing.
Some salons opened at midnight and pub service can resume, but people are urged to remain cautious.
The hospitality and leisure sector has been shut since mid-March, but social distancing measures are still in force.
Dozens of people gather at Brighton seafront in protest against British Airways' plans to cut staff.
Two overseas players will be allowed in County Championship and One-Day Cup teams from the 2021 season.
Arrivals from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate on either leg of the journey.
Move in England comes after experts have been calling for the checks to contain the virus.
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Norwich City and Brighton & Hove Albion.
English regional TV news and current affairs, local radio and online news will lose 450 jobs.
The money comes on top of £3.2bn already given, but authorities say more is needed to keep services going.
Safety plans to be announced for England's schools in autumn will be based on separate "bubbles".
There has been a huge increase in the number of LGBT people seeking suicide-prevention support.
Only 4% of English councillors are not white and the Local Government Association backs calls for change.
Staff at a Brighton hospital fear beach-trippers are risking a surge in cases.
Jennifer Johnson is alleged to have lied about key evidence at her ex's first murder trial in 1987.
Britain could see temperatures up to 40C every few years by 2100 if carbon emissions stay very high.
The child was in a kayak with his family when he was hit by a line cast by an angler on the shore.
Sussex Police, the Met and the North Yorkshire force all have women in the top jobs.
Staff at City Hospital in Birmingham recall the 100 days since lockdown began.