Attendance figures show 46% of secondary schools had pupils isolating because of Covid outbreaks.
Labour's Stella Creasy wants smaller firms to publish data and for ethnicity pay gaps to be reported.
The Met will assess whether a crime has been committed after a project manager threw away her notes.
Boris Johnson is to lead a coronavirus press conference after the noon deadline for a deal passes.
The numbers of people in ICU is the same as the start of the March lockdown and difficult decisions are being made.
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The maker of Dettol and Cillit Bang previously reported a big drop in demand for condoms across Europe.
A Londonderry GP warns a further rise in Covid-19 cases could "saturate" services at the hospital.
The grandson of a man who killed his wife calls for "greater scrutiny" of Parole Board hearings.
Oliver's parents said "ignorance and arrogance" of doctors treating their son led to his death.
A union says a third of the city's sorting office staff are off work because of Covid-19.
Network Rail says taking photos on a stretch of track was "plain stupidity".
Many of those looking after vulnerable relatives or friends wonder how they will cope this winter.
Work is under way to start trials in January where volunteers will be deliberately exposed to the virus.
The aim is to help people travelling to destinations where a negative result is required on arrival.
With tighter restrictions across much of England, people are looking for fun ways to meet outside.
The beauty sector needs VAT cut to match the hospitality sector to survive winter, an MP says.
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It finds that 60% of parents are "very or extremely concerned" about children taking tests this year.
Restrictions mean inmates can be in their cells for 23 hours a day, says the chief inspector of prisons.