- FA Cup: 'What about that!' Vitinha scores long-range screamer for Wolves
Watch as Wolves midfielder Vitinha scores with a long-range strike to give the Premier League side the lead against non-league C
- Covid-19: Two £10,000 fines for '150-person' funeral
Under coronavirus restrictions a maximum of 30 people are meant to attend a funeral.
- Vaccine volunteers: 'It's felt good to fight back against Covid'
Some of those leading the nation's vaccination effort have told of their experiences.
- Coronavirus: UK variant 'may be more deadly'
Evidence suggests the coronavirus variant that emerged in the UK may be more deadly as well as spread faster.
- Coronavirus: UK R number 'between 0.8 and 1'
The UK's chief medical adviser warns that "a very small change and it could start taking off again".
- Sea shanty: Can viral success make a music career?
Ex-postman Nathan Evans, TikTok's sea shanty star, lands a music deal, but can his new career last?
- Covid-19: UK variant 'may be more deadly' but nation's R number drops
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
- Essex lorry deaths: Men jailed for killing 39 migrants in trailer
Thirty-nine Vietnamese migrants suffocated in a sealed container en route to Essex in October 2019.
- Uncapped Odogwu and Randall called up by England for Six Nations
In-form uncapped duo Paolo Odogwu and Harry Randall are named in England's squad for the forthcoming Six Nations.
- Australian Open 2021: Andy Murray's hopes of playing in tournament over
Andy Murray will miss the Australian Open after failing to find a "workable quarantine" solution following his positive test for
- Covid: Wedding party in Stamford Hill broken up by police
The chief rabbi has described the event as a "shameful desecration of all that we hold dear".
- Cladding crisis: 'Delays could bankrupt us'
Campaigners say a government fund to pay for the removal of dangerous cladding is woefully inadequate.
- Covid: How worrying are the UK, South Africa, and Brazil coronavirus variants?
There is some evidence that the new UK variant may be more deadly, says PM Boris Johnson.
- Trump impeachment: Senate trial poised to start next week
The House will send an impeachment article, or charge, to the Senate on Monday.
- Covid: When will I get the vaccine?
Two of the three approved Covid vaccines are being rolled out across the UK, so when might you get one?
- Covid: Side-by-side in a London mosque - funerals and a food bank
Worship has been suspended as burials average 15-a-day, yet still there is denial about the disease.
- Covid: Who has to self-isolate and for how long?
The length of quarantine has changed for contacts and people arriving from abroad.
- Keon Lincoln murder probe: Boy dies after Handsworth attack
A 14-year-old boy is suspected of murder over "inconceivable violence" before Keon Lincoln's death.
- Coronavirus: What is the R number and how is it calculated?
The R number is a simple but crucial figure at the heart of lockdown decisions across the UK.
- Mathews grinds out unbeaten century for Sri Lanka on hard-fought first day against England
Angelo Mathews grinds out a century for Sri Lanka as England's bowlers toil on a hard-fought first day of the second Test in Gal
- English councils battling financial ruin
BBC correspondents look at why their local authorities are in trouble - and it isn't just Covid...
- From Sea Shanty TikTok to a record deal
Scottish postie Nathan Evans has quit his job and signed to a record label after storming TikTok with sea shanties.
- St Agnes Cold War bunker for sale
A bunker built during the Cold War is being auctioned with a guide price of £25,000.
- Covid: Sir Billy Connolly receives his first vaccine jab
The 78-year-old Scottish comedian received his first dose of the vaccine near his home in Florida.
- Coronavirus: Where does the government borrow billions from?
How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
- Covid-19: The NHS trust the Army is helping through the second wave
Staff shortages have proved a problem for Barts NHS Trust, which is struggling amid the second wave.
- How Covid turbocharged the QR revolution
As a cheap and reliable way to store information, the humble QR code is finding new uses.
- Africa's long wait for the Covid-19 vaccine
Africa will have to wait "weeks if not months" before getting WHO-approved vaccines, officials say.
- 'The phone call that brought me freedom - but broke my mother's heart'
When Farah Sayeed told her mother she wasn't coming home after university, it caused a painful rift.
- Why Sigourney Weaver had to say yes to Call My Agent
The Hollywood star explains why a role in the hit French comedy series was too good to refuse.
- Wuhan lockdown: A year of China's fight against the Covid pandemic
The world's first coronavirus quarantine began in Wuhan a year ago - how has China changed since then?
- The vehicle that got a village smiling
When her friends died in childbirth, a Nigerian woman hatched a plan to make a difference.
- How online bedtime stories keep grandparents connected
Annette keeps in touch with her two granddaughters by reading to them over video call.
- Manaus: Brazil's city on the Amazon river buckles under second Covid wave
Doctors in the rainforest’s biggest city Manaus are struggling to control rising numbers of deaths from Covid-19 and soaring c
- President Biden and unity: Can the next generation unify America?
Democrat Ala'a and Republican Caleb, both 16, on whether President Biden's call for unity can be achieved.
- Covid: What are the UK's lockdown rules and when will they end?
People across the country are being urged to "double down" and stick to the lockdown rules.
- Bridgerton second series 'exciting', says writer
The author behind the book speaks exclusively to the BBC about the news of a second series.
- Covid: Will schools reopen before Easter?
Schools are currently closed across the UK to most pupils.
- Biden's new-look Oval Office is a nod to past US leadership
Busts of influential civil rights leaders sit alongside portraits of famous presidents.
- Covid: Why hasn't the UK banned all international flights?
Unlike many countries, the UK has not banned travel despite new variants emerging here and overseas.
- When does the stamp duty holiday in England and Northern Ireland end?
Stamp duty changes introduced to boost the housing market are due to end in March.
- Covid: How does mass testing work?
Mass testing can reduce the transmission of Covid-19 - especially by those who do not have symptoms.
- Covid: Who is getting the Pfizer vaccine first and when can I have it?
Millions in the UK have now received the Pfizer Covid-19 jab, the first vaccine to be approved.
- Will the vaccine stop you spreading Covid? And other questions
We answer some of your questions about vaccination, travel rules and school closures
- Covid immunity: Can you catch it twice?
Immunity is the crucial question and understanding it will tell us how the pandemic will end.
- Lockdown Learning: BBC puts school materials on TV, iPlayer and online
As most schools close across the UK, lessons from BBC Bitesize move on to BBC Two and CBBC.
- Covid symptoms: Is it a cold, flu or coronavirus?
With similar symptoms, deciding whether or not you need to get tested for coronavirus can be tricky.