Image copyright Seaneen Molloy Seaneen Molloy's panic attacks stopped when the coronavirus pandemic started. But as restrictions begin to ease, the writer and charity worker from Northern Ireland describes how her anxiety has returned. As the rules begin to relax, I'm not sure that I can. I can't remember what it feels like to be at ease around peo
Image copyright Ian Thraves/Leslie Viriri/Mike Sheridan/Molly Morg "Never known anything like it in my lifetime." That's a line we'll all have heard it in the 100 days since Boris Johnson announced the coronavirus lockdown on 23 March. Normally it'd be something your nan might say. For Telford in Shropshire, it's true of an entire town. Throughout
The former Prime Minister of Vanuatu Charlot Salwai and a number of his former cabinet members have appeared in court on bribery and corruption ...
Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Charities say children and families must be at the heart of the recovery process Young people are facing "unprecedented threats" to their futures from the Covid-19 pandemic, and should be prioritised, says a group of charities. Children are "in an eerie world, full of uncertainty", say 146 organisations. In
With more funding, Browne said detectives would be able to look into old unsolved crimes and cold cases. “They do solve cases and they do arrest the ... Original link
The two are accused of going on a crime spree that lasted a few hours. Here are some of the crimes they are accused of: Two hit and runs; Burglarizing ... Original link
However, an eye-witness account of the encounter between Chavez and the victim “strongly leaned, in our belief, towards a hate crime,” Barry said. Original link
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMatt Hancock says the extended lockdown measures are "profoundly in the national interest" Stricter lockdown measures have been announced in Leicester because of a rise in coronavirus cases in the city. Health Secretary Matt Hancock said non-essential shops will shut on Tuesday, and schools
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMatt Hancock says the extended lockdown measures are "profoundly in the national interest" Stricter lockdown measures have been announced in Leicester because of a rise in coronavirus cases in the city. Health Secretary Matt Hancock said non-essential shops will shut on Tuesday, and schools
Image copyright Shabnam Chaudhri Shabnam Chaudhri rose to become one of the Met's most senior female Asian officers, but she says she was unfairly treated throughout her career because of her ethnicity. Her experience highlights concerns about the treatment of BAME officers in the UK that have persisted for years, write the BBC's Oliver Newlan and
Lawyer Christian Weaver posts videos online teaching the law in 60 seconds. Original link
Image copyright FacebookImage caption Facebook's new media literacy campaign will ask users questions about what they see online Facebook is launching a campaign to help people spot fake news amid a growing advertising boycott putting pressure on the company to tackle misinformation and hate speech. Steve Hatch, Facebook's vice president for Northe
Concerns have been expressed around the world over plans by Israel’s prime minister to annex parts of the West Bank. Original link
A video of Kaitlyn Saunders skating on the square opposite the White House has amassed over 350,000 views. Original link
Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Tomas Philipson (top right) says low-wage earners have been hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic The economic impact of the coronavirus has taken a heavier toll on low-wage earners according to Tomas J Philipson, the chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. In an exclusive interview wit
Image copyright FordImage caption Ford is using thermal scanning to check workers' temperatures before they enter company sites As more people start to return to their workplaces, many employers are introducing new ways to check up on their staff, from thermal scanners to wristbands. For workers at any of Ford's sites worldwide, there are two new s
The coronavirus pandemic, which was first detected in China, has infected people in 188 countries. Its spread has left businesses around the world counting costs and wondering what recovery could look like. Here is a selection of charts and maps to help you understand the economic impact of the virus so far. Global shares in flux Big shifts in stoc
Composer Howard Goodall's new song features the names of over a hundred NHS and care home workers who have died. Original link
Image copyright Getty Images The UK's financial watchdog has lifted restrictions on German payments company Wirecard, allowing it to resume payment activities. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) imposed restrictions on the company's UK arm after its collapse last week. Thousands of people could not access their money or make payments through app
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Image copyright Reuters Boris Johnson will promise to "build back better" as he unveils government plans to soften the economic impact of coronavirus. Speaking in the West Midlands, the prime minister will say he wants to use the coronavirus crisis "to tackle this country's great unresolved challenges". As part of a "new deal", Mr Johnson will set
Image copyright Reuters Boris Johnson will promise to "build back better" as he unveils government plans to soften the economic impact of coronavirus. Speaking in the West Midlands, the prime minister will say he wants to use the coronavirus crisis "to tackle this country's great unresolved challenges". As part of a "new deal", Mr Johnson will set