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Reopening schools is a priority for the government and it will be safe, a cabinet minister says.
Brixton prison is taking orders for take-aways from its professional-standard training restaurant.
Child Poverty Action Group says coronavirus has left many parents facing "extraordinary financial pressure."
An analysis shows they are more likely to be excluded than their peers in most council areas of England.
The Scottish government wants to see all pupils back in classrooms by 18 August "at the very latest".
Labour urges Boris Johnson to "correct the record" after criticism from the statistics authority.
Labour raises concerns about rising costs, but the government points to "significant" support for the sector.
Large numbers of Yazidi were killed by the Islamic State when it overran their homeland in 2014.
A study of young people finds a fine line between getting results and becoming "obsessed".
A national food strategy calls for wider access to free school meals and warns of misleading labels.
Museum records London's "silent streets" of 2020 and reveals much noisier streets of 1928.
The BBC spoke to three students about the uncertainty of schools reopening in the age of Covid-19.
The charity says a database containing details of its volunteers and fundraisers has been affected.
Schools are told by watchdog to be more lenient if pupils miss the grades for staying on for A-levels.
After years of recruitment issues, more people are applying to be teachers in Wales.
The disruption to schools in the pandemic will cause long-term damage, says Royal Society.
Hundreds of international students are unable afford fees, food or rent as funds dry up due to virus.
Face-to-face teaching starts again at the University of Nottingham, with safety rules on campus.
Thomas, 15, said being "hidden" behind a computer screen meant teachers could not see him struggling to speak.
With no date for reopening, children's play centres are closing and hundreds more are under threat.
The BBC has uncovered evidence of children disappearing from local authority care for long periods.
The Asian Single Parents Network has moved its weekly sessions online during lockdown, doubling the attendance.
Some parents have been reduced to tears over the strain of home-schooling, say campaigners.
Young people's eating habits have meant more snacks but also more shared meals, say researchers.
BBC newsreader Kate Silverton warns of the damage the pandemic is doing to children's mental health.
The life chances of children and young people risk being derailed over Covid-19, warn 146 charities.
Train staff, including drivers, volunteer in the lockdown to help schools teach French online.