There are chronic shortages in some nations where Covid infections are surging, a key official says.
Britney Spears speaks out on 'abusive' guardianship
"I just want my life back," the US pop star says in a highly anticipated public testimony.
Travel rules to be reviewed amid industry pressure
By Francesca Gillett
Travel bosses want more countries on the green list, as the government prepares for its three-week update.
Will a deadlier third Covid wave hit India?
By Vikas Pandey
BBC News, Delhi
Experts say a third wave is inevitable but its impact can be limited with timely decisions.
Outdated hospital oxygen supply ‘risk to patients’
Systems could not always cope with surges in demand during the winter wave in England, a review says.
More than 2m in England may have had long Covid
Symptoms such as fatigue and shortness of breath can persist for months.
The Britney Spears conservatorship case explained
The ongoing arrangement has sparked a public backlash from fans who support the #FreeBritney movement.
What is the Great Reset?
By BBC Monitoring and BBC Reality Check
A global Covid recovery plan by the World Economic Forum has inspired false rumours about the creation of a tyrannical world government.
How fashionistas pivoted to athleisure to stay afloat
By Susan Hornik
Business reporter, Los Angeles
Couture fashion houses had to rethink their clothes to survive the pandemic but the switch may last.
Can we stop worrying about high case numbers?
By Christopher Sleight
BBC Scotland news
As vaccination reduces serious illness from Covid-19, the Scottish government is changing its strategy.
Young people 'feel hopeless' about climate change
By Steffan Messenger
BBC Wales Environment Correspondent
A charity which offers counselling in schools says climate anxiety is becoming more common.
Plea to resume more breast reconstruction surgery
By Nicola Smith
Janet Harris has been waiting for more than a year due to Covid backlog and restricted services.
'Incomplete' feel waiting for breast reconstruction
Breast cancer: 'Incomplete' feel waiting for reconstruction surgery
Janet Harris has been waiting for more than a year due to a Covid backlog and restricted services.
Given infected blood at 15 then 'left to go and die'
A man infected with HIV as a teen tells an inquiry how he struggled to talk about his condition.
Parents worried about learning impact of isolation
Greater Manchester and Cheshire pupils are facing "huge" disruption due to Covid spikes, parents say.
Cummings tried to bypass rules, emails suggest
By File on 4
The PM's ex-top aide told officials to "immediately" issue a £530,000 grant with "no procurement".
Nurse wins weekend working tribunal appeal
Community nurse Gemma Dobson wins an appeal tribunal after being sacked for not working weekends.
Push to close gap in Covid vaccine uptake
By Hazel Shearing
More walk-in slots will be available as the UK reports 16,135 daily cases, a rise of nearly 5,000.
Figuring out the stats on coronavirus in Wales
By Steve Duffy
What is happening in your area - and what are the figures telling us?
The social distancing review and what it means for you
Will we still need to be socially distanced through the summer? A social distancing review is advising the government.
Rule-relaxation is being paused - what's the latest?
Coronavirus restrictions are staying in place because of concerns about the Delta variant.
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