BBC UK News

May 19, 2020

Lockdown lifting in Liverpool: 'Light at the end of the tunnel'

Excitement, relief and cocktails flowed as bars and non-essential shops reopened in Liverpool.

Covid: 'The world through my eyes is different'

Usha Mistry has very limited sight and is worried about moving around London as lockdown eases.

Where has the spring weather gone?

BBC Weather presenter, Owain Wyn Evans, explains the chilly temperatures and teaches us a new word.

Bafta Film Awards 2021: Nomadland and Zhao scoop top awards

Chloé Zhao became the second woman in Bafta history to win best director, for her film Nomadland.

Sir Anthony Hopkins on finding out Bafta Best Actor win

Hearing his neighbours' cheers was how Sir Anthony Hopkins found out he'd won Best Actor.

Pubs reopen in England: Gong marks the occasion

The Greyhound Inn in Buxton is one of many pubs in England open for outside seating from today.

Liverpool shoppers 'excited' to be back

Shoppers and shop workers have returned to the High Street as shops in England reopened after more than three months.

Prince Philip: Cricket, polo and carriage driving

Prince Philip excelled at a range of sports from sailing and cricket to polo and carriage driving.

Prince Andrew says we've lost 'the grandfather of the nation'

Prince Andrew: the Queen says Prince Philip's death has left "a huge void in her life."

Major: I hope it's possible to mend any rifts

The former prime minister, Sir John Major, says Prince Philip's funeral is an ideal time to end friction between the royals.

Prince Philip remembered: 'I was totally shocked he actually spoke'

Staff at a caravan factory in Bristol remember a visit by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in 2012.

Prince Philip: Joanna Lumley on duke's 'overlooked' kindness and 'eagle gaze'

Joanna Lumley shares her memories of attending dinners and events with Prince Philip.

Prince Charles on Prince Philip: 'My family and I miss my father enormously'

Prince Charles said his father "would have been amazed by... the touching things that have been said".

Prince Philip: The Royal Navy years

Prince Philip's Royal Navy years were a defining experience, and led to him meeting Princess Elizabeth.

Lockdown eases: How we fit bras at a social distance

Bravissimo's Leanne Cahill explains how her shops will work when they reopen after lockdown.

Prince Philip: What would you say to the Queen today?

People in Windsor tell us their messages for the Queen, as she mourns the loss of her husband, Prince Philip.

Countess of Wessex: 'The Queen has been amazing'

Sophie and Edward greet members of the public after visiting the Queen at Windsor Castle.

Prince Philip: Gun salutes take place in tribute

Gun salutes have been fired across the UK, in Gibraltar and at sea in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Philip: Family visits Buckingham Palace at 1am to lay flowers

Alex and his two children came to lay flowers at 01:00 BST in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Philip: Mourners arrive in London and Windsor

'He's someone I look up to as a young person,' said one of the visitors paying their respects to HRH Prince Philip.

Prince Philip: Officer, husband, father

His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, lived most of his life in the public eye.

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh dies: BBC announcement

The BBC's announcement as Buckingham Palace confirms the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Philip's death: How the day unfolded

He died peacefully on Friday morning at Windsor Castle.

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip married in 1947

Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh married in November 1947. Winston Churchill described it as a flash of colour in the grey post-war Britain.

PM Boris Johnson pays tribute to Prince Philip

Prime Minister Boris Johnson pays tribute to Prince Philip outside 10 Downing Street.

Sir Keir Starmer pays tribute to Prince Philip

The Labour leader says the Duke of Edinburgh "dedicated his life to our country".

Prince Philip: Justin Welby pays tribute

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Philip 'loved humour and teasing people' - Dr John Sentamu

The former Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, pays tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.

Greta Thunberg not planning on attending COP26 in Glasgow

She told the BBC she was concerned about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on attendance at COP26.

Lockdown easing: What to watch for when you’re out and about

The BBC’s David Shukman on how to navigate lockdown easing while keeping yourself and others safe.

Richard Okorogheye: Mother does not believe son took his own life

Richard Okorogheye's mother, Evidence Joel, says she does not believe her son took his own life.

Belfast rioting: Violence flares close to Belfast peaceline

It was the sixth night of disorder in NI, a period in which up to 55 police officers have been hurt.

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