Ana-Maria Tudor, 32, is launching a legal bid to force clinics to tell their patients that a foetus may feel pain during termination. Ms Tudor claims the current abortion guidelines are out of date.
Karolina Padolskyte, her husband Steve and baby daughter Amaya, all caught Covid-19.
Colin Young photographs his colleagues to give them "something to look back on in years to come".
Self-isolation and a lack of supermarket delivery slots have driven a switch to milk deliveries.
TALK OF THE TOWN: After the death last month of the eccentric 7th Marquess of Bath, pictured, his 'wifelet' lovers fear they face a new heartbreak - losing their homes.
Last week it emerged Ministers are giving serious consideration to the creation of a 'bubble' of ten family members and acquaintances we will be allowed to see as we ease out of lockdown.
Björnsson - who is best known for playing 'The Mountain' on the hit HBO series - performed the deadlift in an empty Reykjavík gym due to coronavirus restrictions on large gatherings.
Raj Nathwani (left, with his mother Kanchan, father Suri and brother Manish) also used a Google spreadsheet to monitor 81-year-old Suri's vital signs and kept his house clean in Watford.
Space X's final parachute test passed with flying colors ahead of its launch in May It will be the US's first manned in nearly nine years.
US researchers have published early data which suggests a drug, called remdesivir, pictured, could effectively treat people with coronavirus.
The high point will be the Queen's recorded message on BBC1 at 9pm, the same time as her father, George VI, gave a radio address from Buckingham Palace three-quarters of a century ago.
LORD SUMPTION: COVID-19 is not the greatest crisis in our history. But the lockdown is without doubt the greatest interference with personal liberty in British history.
PETER HITCHENS: Why do I bother? For six weeks I have been saying the Government's policy on Covid-19 is a mistake. Most people do not agree, and many are angry with me for saying so.
ALEXANDRA SHULMAN'S NOTEBOOK: I'm not sure what was happening nine months ago but people seem to be popping out babies. Even the Prime Minister and his fiancee.
While the Pretty Little Thing founder enjoys a spa in Dubai, ordinary taxpayers are covering the cost of his employees' wages.
European farmers are urging people to eat more steak, chips and eggs (stock image) as they are desperate to sell goods that were previously going to the hospitality industry.
BerGenBio, a British-Norwegian company with just 38 staff, believe they have found the key to combating the coronavirus. Bemcentinib (pictured) has been fast-tracked to be tried on NHS hospitals.
The number of Americans who have died from Covid-19 now significantly exceeds the total US troop fatalities during the Vietnam War.
Hafþór Björnsson, best known for playing the Mountain in the popular HBO series "Game of Thrones," just broke a major world record.
Hackers from Russia and Iran have been attempting to gain access to British universities that are developing vaccines for the coronavirus. Pictured: Stock image of a hacker.