Parents will not face fines if they do not send their children back to school when they reopen.
The firm is suffering after the drop of air travellers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak rejected fears job retention bonus and meal discount are not value for taxpayers.
The woman suffered an injury to her upper body and is being treated in hospital.
Two reports charting coronavirus show cases in England falling - with Leicester also seeing a fall.
The health minister apologises to women, and their children, failed by healthcare professionals.
More than three million households will be asked to start paying the £157.50 fee from 1 August.
The Hollywood star tells a libel hearing his ex-wife told "porkie pies" about him to a doctor.
The arrest is thought to be the first relating to the government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
A day after the chancellor unveils a plan to save jobs, two of the UK's biggest retailers announce cuts.
Specialist workers are still working to recover June Harvey's body from one of the damaged houses.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirms the move to "phase three" of her government's route map out of lockdown.
The chancellor's huge economic support schemes will have to be paid for via higher taxes, the IFS says.
Frank Ludlow was caught in a post office sending dozens of bogus remedies to the United States.
Some travel operators are calling for NI to follow England and Scotland in easing restrictions.
But universities reject that tests on online learning in China are accepting "censorship".
Officer who led manhunt for Moat speaks about the operation 10 years on.
Sir Ed Davey and Layla Moran are both vying for the top spot.
Coronavirus lockdown rules are changing across the UK, but who is responsible for enforcing them?
After years of slower beats and introspective lyrics, pop is becoming optimistic again. Here's why.
The musician also talks about why he was cheering at the recent Black Lives Matter protests in London.
A politician, historian and academic answer kids' questions on Black Lives Matter.
With many live entertainment venues still closed in the UK, comedians open up about performing online.
Spain has been omitted from a list of "air bridge" destinations for Scotland due to concerns about coronavirus.
The BBC's Nick Eardley gives the lowdown on Rishi Sunak's economic plan after the Covid-19 lockdown.
Under-30s have been hardest hit in lockdown, so what did they think of the chancellor's summer update?
Rishi Sunak is cutting VAT on hospitality and tourism, but how does the tax work?
Hairdressers and pubs are open again but beauty salons are not. Are they being taken less seriously?
Mitchell says he wanted to "outwit" the difficulty as he launches his new novel about a 60s band.
A report says the approach was "flawed" and care home deaths now account for 28% of Wales' total.
We speak to the man who created the character of Villanelle, author Luke Jennings.
Research has shown an estimated million children have no adequate access to devices or the internet.
Coronavirus rules allow only one childcare provider, making life difficult for childminders and parents.
Celebrity portrait photographer Andy Gotts celebrates 30 years behind the camera.
In a special investigation, several gymnasts tell BBC Sport of an alleged "culture of fear" in the sport of weight shaming and abuse.
The latest controversy around Huawei has shone a spotlight on the murky world of Chinese espionage.
The way patients' concerns over side effects were dealt with is addressed in a long-awaited review.
Purfleet in Essex adds "on-Thames" to its name in the hope of making it a "destination of choice".
The Duchess of Cornwall tells the BBC of her experiences during lockdown and fears over its impact.
At least three pubs in England announce they have closed just days after opening their doors again.