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Millions of people have been shut out of government schemes designed to help, a new study suggests.
Previous lockdowns suggest hospitality could be facing one of the longest routes back to normality.
Insurers reject claims that by covering ransomware bills they are funding organised crime.
Lockdown led to a surge in reports of fraudsters imitating genuine investment firms, regulator says.
The Foo Fighters' frontman on the apocalyptic dreams that inspired his band's new album.
Francisco Vera, 11, was threatened after calling for better access to education during the pandemic.
Lockdown seemed like the perfect time to get a dog, but for some, the excitement turned into regret.
Yemeni lawyer Ishraq al-Maqtari shares her memories of being one of the first women to take to the streets in Taiz city, which later became known as the 'cradle of the revolution'.
Vicki Meredew, who received a leftover vaccine dose, will continue palliative treatment for a brain tumour.
It is the first time the world-famous event will take place in the autumn.
The maps depict the famous sea battle in which the English fleet was victorious in 1588.
Already a difficult day, honouring those killed by the Nazis will be different this year, as the pandemic prevents survivors and their families being together.
BBC News Arabic investigates a series of killings and the power of Shia militia groups in Iraq.
Wednesday's papers reflect on the number of Britons who have died during the coronavirus pandemic.
The pharmaceutical giant said the late signing of contracts limited time to sort out supply glitches.
Demand for the video game and cloud computing services helped push Microsoft sales to a new quarterly record.
Manchester City are the latest side to rout West Brom at The Hawthorns as Pep Guardiola's side go top of the table.
Teenager Bukayo Saka scores a wonderful goal as Arsenal continue their excellent run of league form by coming from behind to beat Southampton in an eventful game.
The shadow justice secretary calls for seven-member juries to deal with cases delayed by the pandemic.
The Russian leader says his first call with the new US president was "business-like and frank".