Some restrictions on vulnerable people shielding from coronavirus are to be eased after 10 weeks.
Police nationwide struggle to stem violent unrest sparked by the death of a black man in custody.
Aiming to have all pupils back piles uncertainty and pressure on school communities, say governors.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak today.
Spanish police are investigating whether a party attended by Prince Joachim breached lockdown rules.
The US president says he is postponing this year's meeting and wants to invite other leaders as well.
Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken head out on a mission to initiate a new, commercial era in spaceflight.
Police were called to Durdle Door over concerns for people seen jumping from the cliff into the sea.
The sandwich chain is "radically" changing its business model in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
The president is urged to reconsider, after accusing the health body of being a "puppet of China".
The UK government approves the return of domestic competitive sport behind closed doors from Monday, 1 June.
From social distancing dinner dates to candle scents inspired by pubs, here are some stories you may have missed this week.
Britain's test and trace policy and Dominic Cummings' lockdown trip dominate Sunday's papers.
Images from street protests across the US on Saturday following the death of black man George Floyd.
After the death of George Floyd, young African-Americans in Minneapolis say they are scared for their safety.
The structure was constructed by staff at an events company whose children attend the school.
Will virtual reality fitness classes lead a revolution in home workouts - or is it a passing craze?
This weekend thousands of people will gather as an online choir to perform Handel’s Messiah.
Retailer Debenhams makes staff in some of its cafes redundant after going into administration.
A selection of news photographs taken around the world this week.
How rising star Remi Wolf made the promotional video for her new track in the middle of the pandemic.
How can you treat your own teeth while waiting to see a dentist?
A group of performers were halfway across the ocean in a 75ft boat when the pandemic erupted - leaving them with nowhere to go.
Positive stories from people considered at high risk who have made a full recovery from coronavirus.
Alyssa Hulme from Utah in the US takes us through her weekly spending during the coronavirus pandemic.
On 31 May 1970 an earthquake struck in Peru, triggering a landslide and leading to the deaths of 70,000.
An Independent Cinema Office survey found only a quarter of venues planned to open before autumn.
Dr John Wright tells the story of Marium Zameer, who became very unwell with Covid-19 despite being young and healthy.
Chief Environment correspondent Justin Rowlatt considers the prospects for a big economic makeover.
Tensions in Minneapolis did not start with the death of George Floyd. They've been years in the making.
A head teacher explains how she is piecing school life back together before children return.
See which game you ranked the greatest in Premier League history, after the topic was discussed on the Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast.
Robert Lewandowski scores twice against Fortuna Dusseldorf to equal his most prolific season as Bayern Munich move 10 points clear at the Bundesliga summit.
On the day we relive Brazil's disastrous 2014 World Cup semi-final, Conor McNamara recalls a painful experience of his own at that tournament.
Preston say striker Jayden Stockley was one of 10 positive Covid-19 tests across eight Championship clubs returned in the latest round of testing.
The first match of the summer in the British Isles takes place in Guernsey to raise money for the Covid-19 appeal.
Manchester United open to Adrien Rabiot swapping places with Paul Pogba, Lucas Torreira 'dreams' of Boca Juniors move, plus more.
Children seem to be at low risk from the disease, but can they still spread it?
Which children will be the first to go back to school, and what about the rest?
Meeting friends? Here's how to handle the awkward new rules - from sharing food to avoiding hugs.
There is a lot of uncertainty around when and how weddings are allowed to take place. What are your rights?
Will employees still get paid if they are told to self-isolate? And other questions answered by BBC experts.
How will social and work life be different after the easing of some restrictions around the UK?
Many airlines are planning to resume flying, but they first need to reduce the risks of Covid-19.
Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.
What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income?
The BBC's Education Editor Branwen Jeffreys answers kids' questions about going back to school.
Dental practices in England have been told they can reopen from Monday, 8 June.
Senior Conservatives are still questioning adviser's account of driving his family 260 miles during lockdown.
Millions in the UK will soon be asked to monitor who they have been near to combat coronavirus.
After almost 10 weeks of lockdown which restrictions are being eased - and which remain in force?
The UK PM's most senior adviser has responded to accusations that he broke lockdown rules - what did he say?
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
BBC Weather presenter Cecilia Daly explains why there were sightings of this optical phenomenon.
Anthony Flavin spent most of his life in care - a turning point was finding soul on the dancefloor.
As she turns 100, Joyce Richardson, of Thirsk, is raising funds for a hospice that cared for her son.
The socially-distanced play, featuring The Crown actors, will be streamed live from the Old Vic.
Has your dog enjoyed your working from home too much? Separation anxiety could be an issue as the lockdown is lifted.