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After The Pandemic: Britons think commuting to work and holidays abroad will change significantly after coronavirus
The world will never be the same again after coronavirus, and a majority of Britons wouldn't want to go back to the way things were before, a poll for Sky News has revealed.
Coronavirus: Pupils reunited and only 'pair of socks' sold in 90 minutes by market trader after 10 weeks in lockdown
School classrooms remain quiet and shoppers are yet to return to markets as the UK takes "tentative steps" out of the relaxed lockdown measures.
Coronavirus: Deaths in Scotland and Northern Ireland rise by just one - but Sturgeon warns rule-breakers
There was just one recorded death of a person with coronavirus in Scotland in the last 24 hours - but First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warned progress made against COVID-19 was "not irreversible".
Coronavirus: Hot and sunny weather to end as lockdown restrictions eased
The weekend's hot weather, which saw crowds of people flock to beaches and beauty spots across the UK ahead of lockdown restrictions being eased in England, will come to an end this week, forecasters have said.
Lewis Hamilton hits out at fellow F1 drivers for 'silence' over George Floyd death
Lewis Hamilton has criticised the Formula 1 community for "staying silent" following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Metropolitan Police officer 'asked revenge porn victim to send him naked photos'
A Metropolitan Police officer is facing the sack over allegations he asked a revenge porn victim to send him naked pictures of herself.
Coronation Street to resume filming next week - but no kissing or older actors allowed
Coronation Street stars will return to the famous cobbles for filming next week, bosses at the soap have announced - but there'll be no kissing and no older or vulnerable cast members on set at first.
Coronavirus: Primark rules out fire sale of excess stock when UK stores reopen
The owner of Primark has ruled out a fire sale of excess stock as trading prepares to resume in the UK following the coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus: End of remote voting could see MPs form 1km-long queue in parliament
MPs have criticised the government's decision to scrap parliament's virtual proceedings on their return to Westminster - with suggestions it could force them to form a one kilometre-long queue when voting in the House of Commons.
Coronavirus: Queen rides pony in castle grounds in first public appearance since lockdown
The Queen has been spotted riding one of her ponies in the grounds of Windsor Castle, in her first public appearance since the lockdown began.