The latest 24-hour figures for the UK show that there have been 34 Covid-19 related deaths There has been another record daily rise in people testing positive of 6,874.
Our Home Affairs Correspondent Darshna Soni joined us from Oadby in Leicestershire – an area about to see restrictions added.
Nine out of ten children were back in classrooms in England last week.
Birmingham now has the second highest rate of Covid-19 infection in England, just behind Bolton.
The family of the young man who died in the series of knife attacks in Birmingham city centre on Sunday have described him as “the light of our life”.
Thousands of A-level students have been given lower grades than their teachers predicted.
Ministers have rejected a call by the Children’s Commissioner for routine virus testing for pupils and staff.
Separate households have been banned from meeting each other anywhere indoors after coronavirus cases rose substantially in the last week.
Released from prison with nowhere to go – and at risk of homelessness and coronavirus.
Scientists are being given millions of pounds in government money to investigate why people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are more at risk from coronavirus.
The decision to partially lift Leicester’s lockdown along geographical lines has caused anger among some of the city’s communities.
New measures have been imposed in Blackburn with Darwen, after the area’s public health chief warned it was facing a “rising tide” of coronavirus cases.
Since the early days of the pandemic, doctors from minority ethnic backgrounds have said they were being disproportionately affected by shortages of PPE.
How did the offer of VAT and stamp duty cuts, money off meals and youth employment schemes go down in the new Conservative areas which were former Labour heartlands.
The National Crime Agency has launched an investigation into Leicester’s textile industry over allegations of exploitation