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- Teepee built at East Bergholt school to allow social distancing
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- Sizewell C: Nuclear power station plans for Suffolk submitted
- More NSFT mental health patients being sent out of area
- Ipswich summer festivals cancelled over coronavirus
- Banham Zoo and Africa Alive charity set to lose a third of jobs
- Coronavirus: NHS nurse shares lockdown journey of carrying triplets
- Needham Market recycling centre dead baby 'still unknown'
- Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Trust pledges action over bullying
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- Formula 1: Williams up for sale after £13m loss last year
- Campaigners raise cash to buy Bladon's White House pub
- Thames Valley officer had mask pulled off in attack
- Police use horses in Oxford to chase down wanted man
- Oxford City Council defends having two deputy leaders
- Coronavirus: Oxford University intends to teach face-to-face
- Oxford £50m electric bus bid in doubt over cost issues
- Coronavirus: 'Short-lived' rebound in house hunter demand
- Plan for £6m River Thames bridge on Oxford approved
- Coronavirus: Children and older adults to take part in vaccine trial
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- Coronavirus: Death of Belly Mujinga 'not linked to spit attack'
- Coronavirus: Police issue 17,000 fines for lockdown breaches
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- Heroin found inside boxes of fruit and nuts at Heathrow Airport
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- Coronavirus: London brothers together on the front line
- MPs to decide new method of voting in person
- Coronavirus: How the virus is hitting some harder than others
- Coronavirus: London mayor says continue children's free travel
- British Airways stops flights to Leeds Bradford Airport
Puppeteers in London are inspiring children on to wonky, mini, homemade stages across the UK.
Springboard says the fall in the number of shoppers visiting UK High Streets was "unprecedented".
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland keep the "stay at home" slogan as Labour warns the switch could be confusing.
Social distancing could mean prayer books cannot be shared and people cannot sing, religious leaders say.
The BBC speaks to unexpected sources who are supplying PPE amid coronavirus shortages.
More than 70 public figures sign an open letter to the prime minister calling for more transparency.
Police charge David Egan with the murder of Danny Pearce in Greenwich, south-east London.
The man sustained life-changing injuries when officers fired at him as he was jumping over a wall.
A 16-year-old boy suffers life-threatening injuries in an apparent double hit-and-run, police say.
It was supposed to be the first day of a new mayoral term but the coronavirus crisis has delayed the election to 2021.
Councils have seen a "significant surge" in criminal activity, including the sale of bogus medical kit.
Hundreds of thousands of families live in overcrowded homes. What is lockdown life like for them?
Ray normally runs his family bakery, Rinkoffs, but is currently staying at home with his wife.
The 37-year-old victim was followed and attacked in Canning Town, east London, on 17 April.
Pavinya Nithiyakumar, aged 19 months, and Nigish Nithiyakumar, three, were found with stab wounds.
Flt Lt Terry Clark, who was a radar operator during WW2, died on the eve of the VE Day anniversary.
Commutes could feature face masks, more cycle lanes, long queues and booked railway station slots.
As coronavirus spread, a group of volunteers came together to transform the lives the people around them.
A photographer captures the memories of Londoners who lived through the end of World War Two.
The Mercury-nominated rapper had been put in an induced coma in April.