BBC : UK
16h24 27  février
Tributes paid by Captain Sir Tom’s family at funeral
He is remembered by family at his funeral as a beacon of light and hope to the world .
17h48
Covid-19: Nearly 20 million people in UK have first vaccine dose
More than half a million people were vaccinated on Friday, as phase two of the vaccine programme continues.
12h23
Budget 2021: Mortgage guarantee to help buyers with 5% deposit
The chancellor says public finances are facing a challenge from the impact of the pandemic.
14h07
Anas Sarwar wins Scottish Labour leadership race
The Glasgow MSP defeated rival candidate Monica Lennon in the contest to replace Richard Leonard.
17h24
Exeter WW2 bomb: 2,600 homes evacuated
Bomb disposal specialists hope to deal with the 2.5m (8ft) device by Saturday evening.
16h49
Covid: Families with babies can form support bubbles in Wales
Families with children under one can form a bubble with another household in lockdown rule easing.
18h01
Storm prompted wall collapse at Henry VIII’s Hurst Castle
Bad weather exacerbated years of underlying erosion caused by the sea, owner English Heritage says.
17h28
Snaith flooding: Some residents still to return home
The houses in Snaith and East Cowick were flooded when the River Aire overtopped on 27 February 2020.
16h14
Covid in Wales: Spot checks to deter beauty spot visits
With the sunny weather and a Wales rugby game, people are being reminded of the lockdown rules.
11h32
Police boss wants cannabis trial for prisoners
The north Wales commissioner says it could cut addiction and violence, but critics reject the call.
13h10
Brexit: DUP agriculture minister orders Brexit check construction halt
Gordon Lyons says he is responding to practical difficulties caused by the NI Protocol.
08h06
Covid: ’I lost both parents in two weeks’
Grief is compounded by lockdown and isolation, says Claire Apsey, after losing her parents to Covid.
14h54
Covid jabs reach one million milestone in Wales
A total of 916,316 people have received at least one dose, and 89,053 of those have had a second dose.
18h51 26  février
Coronavirus levels ’burning quite hot’ in some of UK
Infection rates are declining overall, but some regions are seeing a rise in cases.
16h54
Coronavirus spread slowed by vaccines, study suggests
There was a 75% reduction in staff at Addenbrooke’s Hospital testing positive after a vaccination.
15h55
Coronavirus: Sadiq Khan ends London’s Covid ’major incident’
Londoners have been urged to remain on high alert as there are still thousands in hospital with Covid.
16h48
Covid-19: What have lockdowns and restrictions meant for musicians?
Music in a pandemic: Guerrilla gigs, song-writing compulsions and learning an Elizabethan guitar.
12h35
Vaccine passports’: Will I need one for going out, work and travel?
The government is reviewing whether venues can ask for proof of vaccination or a negative test.
16h15 25  février
Furlough numbers climb sharply in January to 4.7 million
The number of people on furlough rises by 700,000 to 4.7 million after fresh lockdown measures imposed.
14h50
Coronavirus: Public need ’home truths’ on economy - Hammond
The ex-chancellor says Boris Johnson must do the right thing , even if it means risking unpopularity.
12h22
Primark gears up for April reopening as sales slump
The High Street-only retailer says it has lost 1.1bn in sales due to the recent lockdown.
17h32 24  février
Covid: When can pubs and restaurants reopen?
Hospitality venues are set to gradually open up in the Spring under lockdown easing plans.
12h51 25  février
Camp Bestival to go ahead as planned, says organiser Rob da Bank
It comes after Reading and Leeds organisers said they were very confident of holding their events.
12h18 24  février
Covid lockdown: ’My closed hair salons cost me 1,000 a day’
The hair and beauty industry is calling for a cut in VAT to help mend the sector’s finances.
18h33
Covid-19: ’Getting married is the most important thing’
What will the lifting restrictions on weddings mean to couples and those in the industry?
10h34 26  février
Budget 2021: BBC editors on what to expect
BBC editors Faisal Islam and Simon Jack tell us what Chancellor Rishi Sunak might have in store.
00h31 27  février
Covid-19: How would an NHS vaccine passport app work?
There is growing speculation that a certificate scheme could be built into the main NHS app.
16h02 26  février
How TikTok is powering Duncan Laurence’s Eurovision winner
Duncan Laurence won Eurovision with his song Arcade, which is now being powered by TikTok.
00h32 27  février
Brexit: Why Irish freight trade is avoiding Britain
Irish freight is being shipped directly to Europe to avoid Brexit bureaucracy.
00h26
Hotel quarantine: Isolation and brown paper bags
What’s it like and what can you eat inside the UK’s quarantine hotels?
06h05 26  février
Salmond and Sturgeon: How the best of political double acts fell apart
The enviable political duo who ran Scotland together is now long gone. So, what went wrong?
11h58
Prince Harry on life in California and what he thinks about The Crown
What Harry thinks of The Crown, what the Queen got Archie for Christmas, and other key information.
16h58
LGBT in the forces: ’It was a very scary time’
More than 20 years on, how has military culture changed after allowing the LGBT community to serve?
12h15
Pupils both relieved and upset as GCSEs and A-levels cancelled
Students react to the news that their grades will be decided by teachers rather than exams.
10h27
Freeports: What are they and will they make the UK money?
Rishi Sunak thinks the low-tax zones will boost struggling parts of the UK - but not everyone agrees.
00h58
MLM schemes in the UK: The ’cult-like’ beauty businesses in your DMs
Newsbeat hears from young women about their experiences working for multi-level marketing companies.
00h59
We couldn’t afford fertility treatment so we risked finding a sperm donor on Facebook’
The high cost of fertility treatment leads some to find donors on social media, even though it’s risky and could be illegal.
01h03
Life was a party before Aids arrived in London’
Gay life in London was vibrant as the 1980s began, but a mysterious illness was soon to change that.
00h02
Budget 2021: ’My benefits top-up is a lifeline - don’t take it away’
A benefits top-up to help the poor survive lockdown is due to end - unless it is extended at the Budget.
15h06 25  février
A-level and GCSE results: What do students and teachers think?
GCSEs and A-level exams cancelled in England by the pandemic are to be replaced by teachers’ grades.
00h09
The disabled influencers making their mark on social media
Brands are starting to embrace social media influencers with disabilities to target the purple pound .
00h08 27  février
We salute you’: A poem for Captain Sir Tom Moore
Four young performers pay tribute to the 100-year-old veteran, who raised almost 33m for NHS charities.
00h06
Covid vaccine phase two groups: When will I get vaccinated?
After phase one is complete by mid-April, here’s the order in which all other adults will get the jab.
17h48 26  février
Covid-19: Tennis gives children ’a bit of normal life back’
Outdoor sport for people with disabilities is allowed in lockdown and is a lifeline for families.
00h47
Why Greenpeace is dropping huge boulders into the sea
Fishing community leaders say Greenpeace’s action is dangerous and illegal.
22h52 25  février
Explore the Cairngorms - in Minecraft
The landscape has been recreated to help young people understand how to run a national park.
00h47 26  février
NHS nurse who inspired four of her children to be nurses
A nurse who died with Covid-19 inspired nearly her entire family to join the NHS.
16h11 27  février
Bristol motorway journey for huge Boeing jet
The plane has straddled two lanes while being transported by lorry at 20mph under police escort.
11h11
Anas Sarwar: Who is the new Scottish Labour leader?
Anas Sarwar takes charge of Scottish Labour just 10 weeks before the next Scottish Parliament election.
17h53
Coronavirus: Two further Covid-19-related deaths in NI
The Department of Health’s total is now 2,052, with an additional 184 cases in the past 24 hours.