- Coronavirus: Lockdown easing in England 'modest' - Jenrick
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick says he is "reasonably confident" the steps will be "manageable".
- SC Paderborn 1-6 Borussia Dortmund: England's Jadon Sancho scores hat-trick on return
England's Jadon Sancho scores a hat-trick on his first start since the Bundesliga resumed as Borussia Dortmund thrash bottom club Paderborn.
- Durdle Door: Tombstoning continues despite three seriously hurt
Police say people have been seen jumping again from Durdle Door despite three people getting badly hurt.
- All you need to know about new measures
How will social and work life be different after the easing of some restrictions around the UK?
- SpaceX Nasa Mission: Astronauts on historic mission enter space station
Nasa's Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken complete their 19-hour flight to the orbiting laboratory.
- George Floyd death: Lawyer calls it 'premeditated murder'
Police struggle to stem arson, damage and looting following the death of a black man in custody.
- Nasa SpaceX launch: What is the Crew Dragon?
A guide to SpaceX's Crew Dragon vehicle, which carried astronauts to the space station.
- Coronavirus: Who should be shielding?
People most at risk of needing hospital treatment if they get coronavirus are being asked to stay home.
- Hundreds join London protest over George Floyd death
People chant "black lives matter" after the killing of a black man by police in the US.
- Coronavirus: Are these targets being hit?
Ministers have set targets for testing, medical equipment and hospital beds. Have they delivered?
- Coronavirus: What tests are being done in the UK?
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
- Man dies after being attacked by cows in Yorkshire Dales
The man, 82, was out walking with his wife when he was attacked.
- UK weather in pictures: Sunny spring draws people outdoors
People flock to beaches and beauty spots to enjoy the warmer weather as some lockdown rules ease.
- Coronavirus: Raab defends relaxation of lockdown rules
The foreign secretary stresses the "cautious" approach adopted, ahead of measures easing in England.
- Eastchurch cliff fall: House hanging over edge after second collapse
A car and garage slide down a cliff face in Kent as a further landfall leaves homes at risk.
- Man dies and two rescued after boat sinks off Fleetwood coast
Emergency services were called to reports of a vessel in difficulty off the Lancashire coast.
- Coronavirus: Labour MP quits role after lockdown breach
Rosie Duffield "takes responsibility" for breaking guidelines after meeting married partner.
- Premier League players 'last to be consulted' over 'financially driven' restart - Mings
Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings says Project Restart is financially driven and players accept they are "commodities".
- Champions League quiz: name all 22 champions of Europe
On what should have been Champions League final weekend, can you name each team to have won the continent's elite club competition?
- Coronavirus: 'Slow and steady' approach by Scotland
Nicola Sturgeon says caution and measures to improve quality of life are key in the road back from Covid-19.
- Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast - your best Premier League games revealed
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.
- 'Cold feet are bad luck' - when watching Brazil at 2014 World Cup turned weird for BBC commentator
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.
- Candle scents inspired by pubs and other stories you may have missed
From social distancing dinner dates to candle scents inspired by pubs, here are some stories you may have missed this week.
- Supernatural: The next-generation keep-fit coach?
Will virtual reality fitness classes lead a revolution in home workouts - or is it a passing craze?
- Coronavirus doctor's diary: Why does Covid-19 make some healthy young people really sick?
Dr John Wright tells the story of Marium Zameer, who became very unwell with Covid-19 despite being young and healthy.
- Coronavirus: 'I'm high risk but made a full recovery'
Positive stories from people considered at high risk who have made a full recovery from coronavirus.
- Coronavirus: Independent cinemas unlikely to open before September
An Independent Cinema Office survey found only a quarter of venues planned to open before autumn.
- Climate change: How a green new deal really could go global
Chief Environment correspondent Justin Rowlatt considers the prospects for a big economic makeover.
- My Money: 'Our alternative quarantine holiday'
Alyssa Hulme from Utah in the US takes us through her weekly spending during the coronavirus pandemic.
- In mid-Pacific with nowhere to land
A group of performers were halfway across the ocean in a 75ft boat when the pandemic erupted - leaving them with nowhere to go.
- George Floyd: ‘As a black American I am terrified’
After the death of George Floyd, young African-Americans in Minneapolis say they are scared for their safety.
- Coronavirus: The self-isolation choir with worldwide members
This weekend thousands of people will gather as an online choir to perform Handel’s Messiah.
- In pictures: Peru's most catastrophic natural disaster
On 31 May 1970 an earthquake struck in Peru, triggering a landslide and leading to the deaths of 70,000.
- Dominic Cummings: Fact-checking the row
Senior Conservatives are still questioning adviser's account of driving his family 260 miles during lockdown.
- Social distancing: A practical guide to how to socialise now
Meeting friends? Here's how to handle the awkward new rules - from sharing food to avoiding hugs.
- Coronavirus: What are the rules on weddings?
There is a lot of uncertainty around when and how weddings are allowed to take place. What are your rights?
- Coronavirus: Debenhams makes some restaurant employees redundant
Retailer Debenhams makes staff in some of its cafes redundant after going into administration.
- Week in pictures: 23-29 May 2020
A selection of news photographs taken around the world this week.
- Coronavirus: How safe is it to get on a plane?
Many airlines are planning to resume flying, but they first need to reduce the risks of Covid-19.
- Coronavirus: What are the risks for children?
Children seem to be at low risk from the disease, but can they still spread it?
- Coronavirus: What does it mean if I've been furloughed by work?
Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.
- Coronavirus: What help are self-employed getting from government?
What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income?
- Coronavirus: Which schools are reopening for pupils?
Which children will be the first to go back to school, and what about the rest?
- Coronavirus: Dental practices to reopen from 8 June
Dental practices in England have been told they can reopen from Monday, 8 June.
- Teepee built at East Bergholt school to allow social distancing
The structure was constructed by staff at an events company whose children attend the school.
- Will I still get paid if I have to self-isolate? And other questions
Will employees still get paid if they are told to self-isolate? And other questions answered by BBC experts.
- Coronavirus': Parents shamed for back-to-school choices
Parents of year six and year one pupils have been falling out over whether to send them back to school.
- Coronavirus: We answer kids' questions about going back to school
The BBC's Education Editor Branwen Jeffreys answers kids' questions about going back to school.
- Coronavirus: What can you do in Scotland from Friday?
After almost 10 weeks of lockdown which restrictions are being eased - and which remain in force?
- Coronavirus: How will contact tracing work in England?
Millions in the UK will soon be asked to monitor who they have been near to combat coronavirus.
- Dominic Cummings: Did he break lockdown rules?
The UK PM's most senior adviser has responded to accusations that he broke lockdown rules - what did he say?
- Claire Foy and Matt Smith to perform live in empty Old Vic theatre
The socially-distanced play, featuring The Crown actors, will be streamed live from the Old Vic.
- Thirsk woman, 99, to stand 100 times for son's hospice
As she turns 100, Joyce Richardson, of Thirsk, is raising funds for a hospice that cared for her son.
- Soul Boy: The teen who found a home on the dancefloor
Anthony Flavin spent most of his life in care - a turning point was finding soul on the dancefloor.
- How do you ease your dog out of lockdown?
Has your dog enjoyed your working from home too much? Separation anxiety could be an issue as the lockdown is lifted.
- Weather: The optical halos pictured during lockdown
BBC Weather presenter Cecilia Daly explains why there were sightings of this optical phenomenon.