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Governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey

Economic scars could be fewer than in past recessions, says Bank of England chief

Boris Johnson is hosting the government's coronavirus press briefing later today

What time is Boris Johnson's press briefing today? And what will he say?

Millions of children return to school today

Primary and secondary pupils return to classrooms in England for the first time in months

The protest took place in St Peter's Square, Manchester, on Sunday

Organiser of Manchester NHS pay protest handed £10,000 fine

Lisa Nandy spoke to LBC's Tom Swarbrick

Government has a 'moral duty' to give NHS staff more than 1% pay rise, Lisa Nandy says

Students fear 'no tolerance' approach to marking on return to school, reveals leader

Students fear 'no tolerance' approach to marking on return to school, reveals leader

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson outlined the strict Covid testing plan for schools.

Education Secretary details strict testing regime ahead of return to schools

Senators approved the extreme measures to help the US recover from the Covid-19 pandemic

US senate approves $1.9tn Covid-19 relief package after overnight 'vote-a-thon'

Almost 22 million people have had either their first dose of the Covid-19 jab

UK records 158 Covid-19 deaths as vaccinations approach 22 million

David Lammy's attack on 'measly' 1% pay proposal for NHS workers

David Lammy's attack on 'measly' 1% pay proposal for NHS workers

'Hang your head in shame': Callers bitter clash over NHS pay row

'Hang your head in shame': Callers' bitter clash over NHS pay row

Digital ad board outside the Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester, by the Royal College of Nursing in response to the government's NHS pay proposal

Government urged to make U-turn over 'unacceptable' 1% NHS pay rise as backlash grows

Pupils arriving at Manor Park School and Nursery in Knutsford, Cheshire

Reopening of schools marks 'beginning of road back to normality', Education Secretary says

Three out of four people would be willing to carry proof they have been vaccinated if it meant they could travel

Three out of four people 'willing to carry jab proof to travel'

Rapid Covid testing will be available to businesses

Free rapid Covid tests to be made available for businesses in England

From Monday, people travelling internationally will need to complete and carry a declaration to travel document

People face £200 fine if they try to leave England without new travel form