● Acclaimed newspaper editor, Sir Harold Evans, dies aged 92 He started on local newspapers as a 16-year-old and rose to become the editor of the Sunday Times.
● Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds: the unlikely hero of Wrexham FC? Hollywood actor and the star of Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, is emerging as a possible saviour.
● Boris Johnson sought advice from Sweden over Covid strategy Sweden's Chief Epidemiologist has told Channel 4 News that the UK having a lockdown - and then ending it - was probably the biggest cause of a surge in British...
● NHS Covid app launched after months of delay After months of delays, the new NHS Covid-19 app has been launched in England and Wales.
● Donald Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transition of power Two police officers were shot in Louisville Kentucky as protests erupted at a decision by a grand jury not to charge police officers with the shooting dead of...
● Students in Scotland banned from visiting parents The Scottish government imposed stricter rules after a major Covid outbreak at Glasgow University where over a hundred students tested positive.
● Shadow Chancellor says new jobs scheme may not do enough to prevent layoffs We spoke to Labour's Anneliese Dodds, the Shadow Chancellor,
● Will jobs scheme prevent mass unemployment? The Chancellor says his new plan will help to save jobs. But will it really stave off mass unemployment?
● Chancellor unveils new scheme to save jobs Rishi Sunak has unveiled his plan to protect jobs through the winter.
● FactCheck: new figures contradict ministers on Covid test journeys New figures have been released today showing that the average journey to a coronavirus testing centre hasn't got shorter at all.
● US wildfire heroes on climate front line America’s West Coast is ablaze. These are the stories of people fleeing, and those staying to fight the fires.
● Scotland reports record number of daily Covid cases While the Westminster government has faced widespread criticism over its handling of the pandemic, Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon and her government have both...
● Drakeford changes Covid alcohol rule for Wales It took barely a few hours for the Welsh government to change one of their central messages last night, requiring restaurants and pubs to close at 10pm.
● How UK government Covid messages have changed Little wonder that many people are finding the Government's messages for England totally confusing.
● UK hospitals race to clear backlog as coronavirus cases rise The number of new UK coronavirus cases has soared by more than 6,000 in the last 24 hours. So too the number of deaths - and those needing hospital treatment.
● Desperate Grenfell victims mistakenly thought police helicopter could rescue them They were desperate and completely trapped. And, according to a report, this led some victims of the Grenfell fire to mistakenly believe that...
● Sunak replacement for furlough scheme more targeted and less generous Our political editor Gary Gibbon joins us from Westminster.
● Sunak to announce replacement for furlough scheme as he cancels budget There will be no budget this year. Instead, the Chancellor will focus on plans to protect millions of jobs in the sectors worst hit by the latest...
● Johnson addresses nation on Covid restrictions Here is the statement from Boris Johnson in full.
● Indoor team sport banned in England Indoor team sport like, five-a-side football, is now banned under the new coronavirus measures in England
● Starmer urges former Labour voters to return to fold in first conference speech as leader There was none of the usual fanfare for Sir Keir Starmer's first conference speech as Labour leader.
● Anti-racism protests in US call to arms for militia groups across political divide Krishnan Guru-Murthy been meeting a group called the Three Percenters - and the country's biggest black militia, the NFAC
● Hospitality industry hit by added burden of 10pm curfew For sectors like hospitality that have just about been clinging on - battered by social distancing requirements and the absence of office workers - there is now the added ...
● PM hopes nudge strategy will avoid need for tougher lockdown Will these measures go far enough to prevent the exponential spread of the virus - and avoid the need for an even tougher lockdown later down the line?