Eligible people in areas where the Indian virus variant is spreading are urged to get vaccinated.
The bank says it is working to resolve problems with its services, but it does not have a timescale.
Israeli and Palestinian leaders are urged to stop firing as civilian casualties mount.
Aicha, 17, was one of only three people to survive out of 59 passengers in the boat.
It means adults regardless of income, will be given money to cover essential living costs.
Hundreds of supporters gathered outside Ibrox Stadium to celebrate their club's Scottish Premiership title triumph.
The six-wheeled robot has made the hazardous descent to the surface of the Red Planet, China announces.
Many of the intended passengers on the repatriation flight were barred after positive Covid tests.
Alex Scott describes her pride and excitement at taking over as the new presenter of Football Focus.
The Israeli military says the Iron Dome is intercepting about 90% of the rockets fired from Gaza.
A domestic abuse charity is matching dentists who want to help survivors needing urgent dental work.
Staff reminisce about the Mansfield branch of Debenhams, which closed this week, after five decades.
The daring feline leapt from a burning building in Chicago, Illinois, and landed on grass.
The team's first FA Cup final in years will be emotional for those with tickets and those without.
A grey whale called Wally is lost in the Mediterranean - far away from its home in the Pacific. Why?
Mitzi says she has "climate trauma" because of the typhoons that have repeatedly flooded her home.
The BBC's Ros Atkins explains the decision to dismiss the congresswoman from her party leadership role.
BBC producer Adnan Elbursh was broadcasting live from Gaza City when a building behind him was hit.
"It's a huge honour for me... It's like the biggest thank you I can give," says Sweden's act Tusse.
A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.
As our social lives go from 0 to 100, here's why some are feeling burned out after meeting friends.
Current polls in Japan show nearly 70% of the population do not want the Olympics to go ahead.
The US president and his aides wish to avoid being drawn into this graveyard of US-led peace initiatives.
"Abstract flowers in an otherwise arid field": a world of artistry, history and surprising beauty.
As fighting escalates, the social network has become a platform for airing grievances.
Which shows are opening from Monday, will audiences return - and could the comeback be short-lived?
The former Scottish first minister and SNP leader gambled on a breakaway new party and lost. Is this the end?
With travel limited, millions are joining e-pilgrimages to a cave famed for its miraculous healings.
Members of indigenous groups in Chile will be represented in the constitutional convention.
Mothers in Israel and Gaza tell the BBC they are terrified for their families as fighting escalates.
Britain's Alex Yee finishes fourth in the opening round of the 2021 World Triathlon Series in Yokohama, with Tom Bishop 22nd and Jonny Brownlee 23rd.
Kasper Schmeichel tells Dion Dublin about growing up in football and why reaching the FA Cup final is a dream come true.
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount says he wants to follow in the footsteps of club legends and win trophies.
Millions of people will be able to hug loved ones again from Monday. But can you minimise the risk?
Concern is growing over a rise in UK coronavirus cases linked to a variant from India.
Lockdown restrictions have eased in England, Scotland and Wales
Foreign holidays are possible from 17 May, but there are still rules in place.
People aged 38 and 39 in England are now being offered a Covid vaccine as the rollout continues.
The town has seen a sharp spike in Covid cases - driven by the emergence of the Indian variant.
As lockdown restrictions ease gradually across the UK, what are the rules about returning to work?
The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 36 million people receive at least one dose.
An independent public inquiry has been announced, but how will it work?
Stories of genuine experiences shared online have been followed by a wave of anti-vaccine disinformation.
Use our search tool to find out about coronavirus rules and restrictions where you live.
People travelling abroad from England will be able to use the NHS app to prove their Covid vaccination status.
Everyone in England and Scotland is being encouraged to take rapid coronavirus tests regularly.
People in England, Scotland and Wales will soon be able to drink inside a pub.
Quarantine-free overseas holidays will be possible after 17 May, but what rights do you have if plans or rules change?
Guidance on hugging close friends and family is being relaxed in England and Scotland from 17 May.
Secondary school pupils in England will no longer be required to wear them in class from next week.
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
Residents are having to take their own waste to the collection vehicles to get rid of it.
The world's richest man will reportedly set sail next month on one of the largest superyachts ever built.
A tragedy inspired Scotland's only woman freight train driver to get men talking about mental health.
Grace Victory says she was given a 5% chance of recovery after contracting Covid during pregnancy.
The much-anticipated special will see the original cast and celebrities reflect on the series.
China has targeted Muslim religious leaders, according to a new report, charging many with extremism.
How the pandemic cannabis boom led to chaos on the Navajo Nation, pitting two minorities against each other.
A film about an Aboriginal boy's experience of school shines a light on Australia's failure to give all children a fair start.
After waiting seven decades for freedom, Joe Ligon tells the BBC how he intends to spend the rest of his days.
Getting trapped in a boy band reality TV contest was just the start of Lelush's unlikely journey.
1. How to avoid blunders when feeling overwhelmed. People who feel overwhelmed often “double down” on behaviours that can make their situations appear worse. There are a series of steps people should take instead of employing their default behaviours, isolating themselves, not seeking help and thinking they’re weak. READ MORE
2. Jobs crisis for older workers. The Covid pandemic has caused the biggest annual fall in employment for older workers since the 1980s, according to a leading think tank. The decline in the employment rate for the over-50s has been twice as big as for those aged between 25- and 49-years-old. The Resolution Foundation is calling on the government to tailor retraining opportunities for over-50s after it found that after losing work, older workers take the longest to return. BBC
3. Biggest house price surge since 2004. House prices rose at their fastest pace in more than 17 years last month, according to a report by Nationwide. Property prices increased by 2.1% in April, the biggest monthly rise since February 2004, with prices 7.1% higher than in April last year. The rises, which came after the government extended stamp duty relief on property purchases, suggest that the market is regaining momentum. The Daily Mail
4. Sleaze responsible for cut in Tory lead. Labour has halved the Conservatives’ lead, according to the latest Opinium poll for The Sunday Times. The survey shows the Tory lead has fallen from 11 points to five points after Boris Johnson faced allegations of sleaze and reports claiming he would rather see “bodies pile high” than order another lockdown. According to a separate poll for the i newspaper, 50% of UK adults agree with the statement: “There is a culture of sleaze in the UK Government.” 11% disagree, and 29% neither agree nor disagree. Tory voters are more likely to agree than disagree. Editor
5. Pandemic hits mental health. People who saw sudden and massive drops in household income during the pandemic recorded the sharpest increases in mental illness, according to a new study. The National Centre for Social Research found that previously comfortable people forced to become dependent on universal credit and self-employment grants experienced the most spectacular decline in emotional wellbeing. The report found that the pandemic “took people who had been for decades living on a comfortable income into a totally different world overnight”. Want to improve your wellbeing? We have it covered in 10/10, our acclaimed and government supported leadership development and mentoring programme. READ MORE
6. Give your brain some breaks. Since many companies introduced the work-from-home model during the pandemic, millions of workers have become grudgingly familiar with "Zoom fatigue" as the boundaries between work and life evaporated. One way to avoid feeling like you're always "on" is to take breaks. And the next time you feel guilty asking for one, don't be. Data actually show you'll be more productive afterward. In addition to downtime, having shorter, more intentional meetings helps maintain engagement, according to a new Microsoft study. Here are three main takeaways:  Breaks between meetings give the brain an opportunity to reset.  Continuous meetings decrease focus.  Transitions between meetings can result in periods of high stress. Editor
7. Mastermind crowns youngest winner. A 24-year-old student from Glasgow has become the youngest ever champion of the BBC’s Mastermind. Jonathan Gibson won the final by four points - scoring a perfect 11 out of 11 in his specialist subject, the comedy song-writing duo Flanders and Swann. Last night’s grand final was John Humphrys’ final episode after 18 years as host. Humphrys has presented 735 episodes of the quiz show and asked more than 80,000 questions. The Daily Express
8. Apple does not 'let bad guys use iPhones on screen’. Star Wars director Rian Johnson revealed that Apple doesn't allow bad guys in movies to use iPhones. “Apple… they let you use iPhones in movies but - and this is very pivotal if you're ever watching a mystery movie - bad guys cannot have iPhones on camera.” Johnson, whose other credits include Looper and Knives Out, revealed in a video recorded for Vanity Fair. The Guardian
9. Idea of the week. There is a difference between spending time and investing time. Even though we understand how precious time is, we often frame it with language that devalues its use. Words like 'spend,' allude to the fact that we’re exhausting this valuable commodity without the expectation of a return. Editor
10. The bottom line. London will be the “biggest employment casualty of the pandemic”. The end of the furlough scheme coupled with “the impact of the Brexit deal” will cost the capital over 150,000 jobs by the end of the year, with employment dropping 3.9% to 3.7 million. The city has the highest unemployment rate of any UK region, at 7.2%. The Daily Telegraph
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon made the announcement as cases continued to increase in Glasgow.
The ferry's return to its Ullapool-Stornoway route has been further delayed.
Katy Malone is involved in work to protect Great Britain's last populations of the rare great yellow.
Western Isles and Shetland health boards have given more than 86% of their eligible populations their first Covid jab.
The extent of the structural damage to the property had hampered a search for the occupant.
Theatre bosses say distancing rules mean many arts venues will not be able to reopen next week.
A domestic abuse charity is matching dentists who want to help survivors needing urgent dental work.
Boris Johnson says the Indian variant, which has spiked in Bolton, could affect the lifting of restrictions.
Women giving birth are exempt from face masks rules - but not all maternity staff are aware.
Watch as the family from Winchcombe who found fragments of it in their driveway visit the exhibition.
The families of the 10 people killed in Ballymurphy in 1971 receive a letter of apology from PM.
The former prime minister answers MPs' questions about his lobbying for Greensill Capital.
When Paul Harvey's piano playing went viral, it inspired a donation of £1 million to charity.
At 170m long, "Florence" is the largest ever tunnelling machine to be used on a UK rail project.
The actress pays tribute to her mother Gloria, who died in a care home on Tuesday.
Navy veteran David reaches out to other survivors of an event that killed 12 crew members.
Naima-Ben Moussa, who offers her services for free, believes more needs to be done to support victims.
The actress will soon be back on stage in London as theatres reopen with lockdown restrictions easing.
Big winner Dua Lipa joined other stars including Little Mix and Arlo Parks for the in-person ceremony.
Meliza and Kendall are dedicated football fans but say they experience abuse because of their gender.
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The first report by Freemasons in 300 years shows it is popular with young people.