The government will hold talks with industry amid fears some factories may be forced to close.
In a new film coming to BBC One, former England footballer Paul Merson investigates his addiction to gambling.
"It was John who wanted a divorce," he says, setting the record straight on the band's break-up.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
As African countries get the vaccine, Newsbeat speaks to two people who've grown up with Malaria.
At least 750 allegations were made against serving officers across Britain over five years.
Virginia Giuffre is suing the duke in the US for allegedly sexually assaulting her as a teenager.
The Prince of Wales tells the BBC he sympathises with protesters - but any action must be constructive.
The nationwide protest comes after Poland's top court challenged the supremacy of EU rules.
Andy Murray beats highly-rated Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz 5-7 6-3 6-2 to reach the third round at Indian Wells.
'I'm an openly gay man in football' - EFL referee Adcock shares his story on National Coming Out Day
To mark National Coming Out Day, EFL referee James Adcock speaks publicly for the first time about his sexuality.
Ahead of COP26, Prince Charles speaks to the BBC about his personal action and decades of campaigning.
Marcus Rashford: Manchester United and England striker says support after racist abuse was a 'special moment'
Marcus Rashford says the support he received after being targeted with racist abuse following the Euro 2020 final was a "special moment" for him.
Rainfall may have been heavier than the Henan floods in July and rescue efforts remain a major challenge.
The energy crisis facing the UK continues to feature prominently on the front pages.
Australia's biggest city passed a key vaccination target, allowing people to enjoy new freedoms.
The Youth Sports Trust charity wants girls to have a greater say over PE in schools.
Campaigners call for an inquiry into the rate of suicides among young asylum seekers in the UK.
Victims of "stealthing" risk sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy. Now they can sue offenders.
Devices that measure brainwaves are increasingly being used by athletes to improve their performance.